July, 2017 Meeting: “Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations”
July 27 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am| Free
“Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations”
Col. Hessheimer is a command pilot with more than 4,000 flying hours, including the MQ-1 Predator Remotely Piloted Aircraft, KC-135, RC-135 (Rivet Joint, Combat Sent, Cobra Ball and Cobra Eye) and T-38. He was Acting Operations Group Commander when the unit deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The 163d Attack Wing is comprised of more than 800 personnel and provides support to more than 200 additional members at geographically separated locations. The wing is the California Air National Guard’s exclusive MQ-9 Reaper operations unit providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support, as well as tactical combat support, to commanders and war fighters around the world. Col. Hessheimer will present discuss the ins and outs of commanding such an extensive operation and share some insightful stories of the more exciting moments of his career.
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