Military aviators are generally hard-working, improvement-seeking, self-motivated individuals who are accustomed to working well under pressure, on tight deadlines, and with limited budgets. It’s no wonder they typically find follow on success after leaving the service and very few—if any—end up homeless.
On this episode, retired US Navy Captain Kevin “Hozer” Miller joins us to add his post-military experiences to our discussion on what many aviators do after leaving the cockpit. We discuss the transferable skills that generally lead to success whether they choose the airlines, Wall Street, Silicon Valley, or hundreds of other options.
Hozer also shares his experiences writing two critically-acclaimed fictional novels (with a third on the way) on what An aviation organization composed of aircrew, support personnel, aircraft, and equipment. life is like aboard an aircraft carrier with amazingly accurate descriptions of ship and combat operations. Click here on Raven One and Declared Hostile to order these books on Amazon and in the process, help support this show financially.
During the listener question segment, we address F/A-18 climb and descent profiles, how deployments take a toll on the home front, lightning strikes, how pilots maintain carrier landing proficiency ashore, and personal weapons carried during combat missions.
Bumper music by Jaime Lopez. Cover art by Janek Krause.