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Windsor, CT
September 07, 2018

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James R. Porter II

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Severance, CO. 80550


OBJECTIVE: Seeking a pilot position


FAA Helicopter Commercial Instrument FAA Airplane (SEL) Commercial Instrument Pilot

FAA Helicopter CFI and CFII FAA Airplane (SEL) CFI and CFII

SFAR 73 Qualified Instructor FAA Airplane (MEL) Commercial Instrument

S-70 Type Rating FAA Airplane Tail Dragger Endorsement

FAA Second Class Medical FAA Remote Pilot UAS


Total Time 1600 Instrument 185 Tail Dragger 180

Helicopter 1155 Night 98 AG FLYING 100

Airplane 445 NVG 148 BELOW 40’ 400

Pilot in Command 1160 Turbine 930


UH-60M Blackhawk (375hrs) Cessna 170 (1.0) PA-18-150 Super Cub (4.5)

UH-60A/L Blackhawk (300hrs) Cessna 172 Skyhawk (183.2) PA-25-235 Pawnee (55)

Bell 206B3 (200hrs) Cessna 182 Skylane (41) PA-36-360 Brave (18.3)

Robinson 44 Raven II (210hrs) Cessna 185 Skywagon (1.6) PA-44 Seminole (18)

- 100 hrs instruction given Citabria (28) Air Tractor 402A (40)

Schweizer 300c (70hrs)


Frontier AG Aerial Spraying, Crop Duster Pilot:

2015-present. Use an airplane to apply fertilizers and pesticides to increase crop yields

U.S. Army Reserves Chief Warrant Officer Two:

2009-current. Operate M Model Blackhawks in support of Combat MEDEVAC operations. Recently in Afghanistan.

Vestas American Wind Technology, Wind Farm Site Supervisor:

2009-2012. Charged with all day to day operations of a 40 man service team responsible for maintaining the wind farm at or above a 97% O.R. rate; also led two service center start-ups at two wind farms in Colorado (Limon and Walsenburg).

U.S. Army Captain:

2001-2008, In charge of day to day maintenance and flight planning operations of a 6 ship Blackhawk company, operating in South Korea (2003-2005). Led the personnel administration office of a 260 person aviation battalion in Honduras (2005). As the assistant operations officer, I oversaw the planning and execution of all operations performed by the 14 ship aviation battalion working in and around Central America (2005&2006) to include mobilizing 8 aircraft from Honduras in support of Humanitarian relief efforts, to Guatemala, following Hurricane Stan. Finally, as the Protocol Officer in Afghanistan (2007) I was responsible for planning and executing all ground and air transportation of government and military dignitaries.


Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington: (2001) Bachelors Degree in Biology

U.S. Army Helicopter Flight School, Fort Rucker, Alabama: (2003)

Aims Community College, Greeley, Colorado: (2013 to 2015) A.A.S. in Aviation Technology

COARNG High Altitude Aviation Training School (HAATS), Eagle County, Colorado: (2016)

Eagle Scout

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