Gregory A. D. Fox

Assistant Professor | College of Aeronautics

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With an aviation career that has spanned five decades Gregory Fox brings years of practical experience and qualifications in both military and civilian piloting and senior aviation management responsibilities that augment  his academic teaching duties, including expertise in: Aviation Safety Management; Aviation Accident Investigation; Flight Operations and Flight Standards on large and small piston, turboprop and turbofan jet airplanes; Safety Oversight, Certification, Surveillance, Compliance, and Audit of Airlines and Airports; ICAO SARPS Compliance and Development of National Civil Aviation Authorities; Part 61 and Part 141 Pilot Ground Training; Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) with B747, A320, A340, DC3, SMEL ratings, Advanced Ground Instructor (AGI), Instrument Ground Instructor (IGI); Crew/Company Resource Management (CRM) and Threat and Error Management (TEM), Air Navigation Standards. Regulatory and Safety Investigation, International Aviation Safety Promotion and Multinational Cooperation in Regional Safety Oversight and Aviation Oversight in Developing Nations.