[Silver Wings]

Learn To Fly!
Only 6 training slots available!

Our Mission: Provide anyone the chance to accomplish a life-long goal of earning a pilot's license

Instructor: Retired USAF Colonel Glenn R. Whicker, former U-2, T-38 and Learjet Pilot, member NAFI

Offering a full Pilot Ground School in 70 days - Fall 2017
 
2.5 hours every Tuesday and Thursday evening (with some exceptions) from 25 Oct to 21 Dec 2017, at Platinum Aviation on the Spanish Fork Airport!  It would require a commitment to work and study hard EVERY DAY for 9 weeks this Fall. 

Classroom each night from 6:30 - 9 p.m. 2050 N 300 W, Spanish Fork, UT 84660

Email: whicko@gmail.com   Web: whick.com/silverwings

 

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(photo in 1988 in front of U-2)
Retired USAF Colonel Glenn Whicker
flew the T-38 Talon supersonic jet trainer for several years, teaching student pilots from all over the U.S., Europe and Southwest Asian countries in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program (ENJJPT). He then transitioned to the deeply classified U-2 Dragon Lady high altitude reconnais-sance aircraft, flying well above the troposphere over the world's trouble spots. Colonel Whicker has also flown several of the former Soviet Union's transport aircraft, including the IL-76 Candid and the world's largest aircraft, the AN-225 Mriya.

A holder of the "doctorate" of aviation certificates, the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) license, Glenn has successfully taught many high school cadets in the local area to fly over the last 10 years, using the same curriculum he'll employ in this Silver Wings approach for senior citizens. His award-winning JROTC program at Dixie High School has given teenagers the chance to live their dreams by becoming private pilots under his tutelage while still in high school. Now you, too, can benefit from his compact & comprehensive approach to primary flight training.


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