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A private pilot since 2003, Craig McCullough received his instrument rating in 2005 and has since flown his Cessna 172 up and down the eastern seaboard to airstrips in Philadelphia, Williamsburg, Charleston, Savannah, Key West and many points in-between. Craig works for Hewlett-Packard managing sales teams that support civilian and intelligence agencies within the federal government. Weekends, Craig can often be found flying with his wife and two daughters to small seaside airports like Cape May, New Jersey, or beautiful little spots in the country like Fallston, Maryland or the Corry-Lawrence airstrip near Lake Erie. The threatened disappearance of a few small airstrips and the closure of one of Craig’s favorite local airports, Baltimore Airpark, brought him to the RAF.
Pete grew up in Maryland, bought a 1946 Aeronca Champ in 1975 and has been flying it ever since. He is an A&P; he studied Aerospace Engineering and in 1985 began as a Flight Test Engineer with the Department of Defense at Pax River Naval Air Station. He now serves as a Project Engineer with HCR Inc. a family manufacturing business. He lives in Lewistown, MT with his wife and three children. Their daughter Rebecca is a licensed pilot and learned to fly in that 1946 Champ.
An active member of the aviation community, Pete enjoys rebuilding classics as much as flying them.