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Jul 30, 2019

What is going on Avination and welcome back to episode 68 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today, I am talking with Sean Chuplis. Sean is a major airline pilot and owner of Crew Dog Electronics. Listen to today's episode to find out...

  • How Sean was bitten by the bug at an early age.
  • Why Sean joined ROTC to become a military pilot.
  • Sean talks in-depth about pilot training in the military.
  • Sean talks about flying the KC10.
  • What Sean's favorite mission was in the military
  • We talk about how much fuel the KC10 can take.
  • What Sean loves most about aviation
  • How Sean was the first pilot and military member in his family.
  • Sean talks about if his family was more nervous about him joining the military or becoming a pilot.
  • Sean talks about what it was like being in the ROTC during 9/11.
  • Sean talks about why he originally joined the military and how that all changed after 9/11.
  • What was it like leaving the military to join the civilian world.
  • What it was like having a desk job instead of a flying job.
  • What being a CFI is like in Hawaii.
  • We talk about how flight instructing isn’t for everyone.
  • Sean talks about secrets to taking your first check ride.
  • Sean talks about going to the Naval war college.
  • We talk about what effective leadership is.
  • Sean and I talk about differences between the different generations in the cockpit.
  • Sean talks about his side hustle, Crew Dog Electronics.
  • Why ADS B should be in the hands of every pilot.
  • How it is important to enjoy every moment of your aviation journey.

Thank you for listening to today's episode. Leave us a review on iTunes and make sure to check out our Patreon page! 

Happy Flying,

Justin

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