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EXECUTIVE WATCH


Dave Schreck Vice President & General Manager for Military Avionics and Helicopters


Collins Aerospace By Rick Weatherford


In 1982, offensive lineman Dave Schreck was coming to the end of his college football career. His team had gone 8-5 and beat Vanderbilt University in a bowl game. It was the first winning season for his college’s team in over 10 years. They won the coveted Commander in Chief’s trophy for the first time, and also scored their first victory ever over a ranked Notre Dame team. Schreck finished the year being tabbed as an All-American and as


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a First Team All-WAC (Western Athletic Conference) selection — and was also one of 10 players nationwide selected for a scholarship by the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. What makes these achievements noteworthy is that they were not garnered at some “football factory” school, but won as a Falcon at the United States Air Force Academy. Schreck’s success on — and off — the field at the Colorado Springs academy would


open up a new world in a coming Air Force and corporate career for the young cadet who hailed from the quaint town of Coon Rapids, Iowa. “My goal was not to get out of small-town Iowa. I loved small-town life and where I grew up, but the Air Force Academy opened a new set of doors for me that I never knew existed. Looking back on the chain of events that started with my graduation from there just amazes me. The Air Force gave me so many opportunities,”


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