BRIDGEWATER, VIRGINIA: February 12, 2020 – Dynamic Aviation, provider of special-mission aviation solutions, announced the promotion of Rod Moyer to Director, Flight Safety.
Rod is responsible for providing leadership to the company’s Safety Programs for all Flight Operations Business Segments. Additionally, he continues to serve leadership in supporting the restoration of the First Air Force One, as well as other legacy aircraft operations, including the company’s 1943 C-47/DC-3.
Mr. Moyer holds a bachelor’s degree in Aviation Technology from LeTourneau University. In 2017, Rod was selected to participate in the company’s Leadership Development Program, led by President & CEO Michael Stoltzfus. Rod possesses DC-3, DC-3TP, and CASA 212 type ratings, and became formation qualified in the T-6 Texan in 2019.
Rod Moyer first joined Dynamic Aviation in 1996 (at the time known as K&K Aircraft) and was rehired in 2016 as Legacy Manager. Rod also served at LeTourneau University as a Flight Instructor, and later with Samaritan’s Purse, where he strengthened his skills in setting up new flight operations, supervising pilot training, and establishing standard operating procedures. With over twenty years of experience in the aviation industry, Rod brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and insight to his new role.
“Rod’s experience and wisdom is a tremendous asset to the Dynamic Aviation team, and I am looking forward to seeing our safety culture continue to grow under his leadership,” commented Aaron Mingle, Vice President of Flight Operations at Dynamic Aviation. Mingle added, “over the last several years, Rod has been instrumental in expanding our safety program, and has worked with leadership across the entire company to improve the safety of our flight operations.”
About Dynamic Aviation
Dynamic Aviation is the leading provider of innovative special-mission aviation solutions, designed to meet the unique requirements of government and commercial organizations worldwide. The company delivers customized aerial assets and services to support a wide range of customers including national defense, military intelligence, federal agencies, state and local governments, non-profit research organizations and private companies. Dynamic Aviation has the flexibility and resources to deliver world class aviation solutions that combine mission-modified aircraft, experienced flight crews and comprehensive maintenance services. The company operates a 300,000 square foot heavy maintenance and modifications center, engine shop and privately-owned airport at its headquarters in Bridgewater, Virginia. Dynamic Aviation employs more than 725 aviation professionals, owns over 140 aircraft and operates from 18 locations in eleven countries across five continents. For more information, please visit www.dynamicaviation.com.