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3 days old according to his father’s logbook. He soloed on his 16th birthday and currently remains active with a commercial pilot’s certificate with airplane single and multi- engine land, instrument, glider, and CFI ratings, and has flown about 35 different types of aircraft. He currently owns a Cessna 150 “heavy.” He was awarded the FAA’s Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award in 2018. In 1968 at age 16, Gould began


working at Mattituck Engine Company, a small family owned engine overhaul repair station on Long Island, New York and worked there throughout his high school and college years. In 1975, Bob entered the U.S. Navy and began his military career as a professional aviation maintenance officer and served about 6 years as the maintenance officer for the Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Squadron and later served at the Naval Test Pilot School. In 1981, he received his Airframe and Powerplant certificates from the Spartan School of Aeronautics and entered his lengthy career in the business aircraft maintenance and MRO industry, having served in numerous operations, sales and marketing, quality assurance and training positions. He unofficially retired from active industry in 2012, but continues to teach maintenance-related courses including Human Factors for Maintenance and Safety Management for Maintenance at the University of Southern California’s Aviation Safety Program. He was also a certificated IBAC IS-BAO auditor, but recently retired from that function following about eight years of auditing. Following active duty, Gould


remained in the Naval Reserves and continued his maintenance career with numerous maintenance related billets involving the H60, H53, F14, F18, and C9 aircraft. He has commanded two naval reserve units and his last responsibility included


mission director for the Naval Air Systems Command maintenance depots throughout the country. Gould retired with the rank of Captain after almost 28 years. He is most proud to be one of few naval


maintenance officers with an FAA A&P certificate.


Gould has a Bachelor’s and Master’s


Degrees in Business, is a graduate of the Naval War College and was an honor graduate of the Navy’s


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