Team members in United States
He has more than 32 years of experience in structural repairs, helicopter modifications and upgrade, reverse engeenering, costs analysis, repair planning, quality control, design and produce special tools and jigs for repais, maintenance, restorations and training.
He worked for mayor repair shops like Conair Aviation, Helipro International Inc, Vector Aerospace, Helitech Corporation and Heliworks Inc.
He currently is president of Aerosync Engineering and Consulting Inc.
Brian Bennett - Surveyor, US
He is an aeronautical engineer from Arizona State University, a fixed-wing pilot with over 1,500 flight hours, a licensed airframe and power plant mechanic and he holds a Texas adjuster’s licence, which is recognized in 30 States.
During his 41 years in the aviation industry, he served in the US Army as a UH1 helicopter crew chief for 5 years. After discharge, he went to work for Allied Signal (now Honeywell) as a quality assurance engineer and manager, and subsequently a technical support representative. He later initiated and managed a Part 145 engine repair facility for National Flight Services. Finally, he owned a Part 135 Cargo operation, Vent Airlines Inc.
He recently incorporated Aviation Adjusters based in San Antonio, Texas. He speaks English and Spanish. He attends engine and hull surveys, for the whole group, in the US.
Brian Hogan - Adjuster, US
Brian Hogan holds a BA from New York University and a MBA from DePaul University, and a graduate of the University of Southern California Safety and Accident School. Mr. Hogan has more than 35 years’ experience in airline, general aviation and products liability claims, and accident investigations. In the last few years, as Aviation Claims Manager for Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty, Mr. Hogan focused on airline hull losses, airline liability, remediation incidents and corporate aviation safety protocols. He has also used his engineering expertise to provide safety surveys for Allianz clients. He is an active pilot for more than 35 years and holds an FAA Mechanic’s Airframe and Propulsion Licence. Mr. Hogan is active in the Experimental Aircraft Association and a past President of the Phi Chapter of Alpha Eta Rho, the International Aviation Fraternity; and is an active member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI).
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