Colonel Randy “Oscar” Myers, USMC (Ret)

Subjects:  Aeronautical Decision Making, Crew Resource Management, Maintaining Situational Awareness, Designing Better Checklists (and then conducting them properly), Handling Emergencies and Emergency Procedures

Randy retired from the Marine Corps in 2004 with over 26 years of active service. He has flown nine types of tactical jet aircraft, combat missions in Desert Storm, and has over 300 landings at sea aboard Navy amphibious assault ships from four different countries. Randy commanded the AV-8B Harrier Training Squadron at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, NC, and has over 3,800 hours of flight time. Today, he teaches Crew Resource Management and leadership courses to Marine Corps and Air Force pilots. Randy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business, a Master’s degree in National Security Strategy, and a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Science. Currently, he is pursuing his doctorate degree in adult education and leadership. When not instructing classes, Randy enjoys flying his Mooney Ranger.

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