Brown, Gregory N. 1953-

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Brown, Gregory N. 1953-
(Greg Brown, Gregory Neal Brown)

PERSONAL:

Born May 12, 1953; married; wife's name Jean.Education: Attended University of Wisconsin—Madison; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B.S., 1975, M.F.A., 1977.

ADDRESSES:

Office—P.O. Box 17592, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269.E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Writer. Also pilot and flight instructor.

AWARDS, HONORS:

Excellence in Pilot Training Award, National Air Transportation Association, 1999; named national flight instructor of the year, Federal Aviation Administration, 2000.

WRITINGS:


Job Hunting for Pilots: Networking Your Way to a Flying Job,Iowa State University Press (Ames, IA), 1995, 2nd edition, 2001.

(With Mark J. Holt) The Turbine Pilot's Flight Manual, foreword by William K. Kershner, Iowa State University Press (Ames, IA), 1995, 2nd edition, 2001.

The Savvy Flight Instructor: Secrets of the Successful CFI, foreword by Sean E. Elliott, Aviation Supplies and Academics (Newcastle, WA), 1997.

(Under name Greg Brown) Flying Carpet: The Soul of an Airplane, foreword by Stephen Coonts, Iowa State University Press (Ames, IA), 2003.

(Under name Greg Brown; with Laurel Lippert) You Can Fly!, photographs by Tom Lippert, Aviation Supplies and Academics (Newcastle, WA), 2004.

Columnist, AOPA Flight Training, 2000—. Contributor to other magazines, including Smithsonian Air and Space and AOPA Pilot.

WORK IN PROGRESS:

Works of fiction and creative nonfiction.

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