Cory Chamberlain is a Utah native. He grew up working at a small airport in Utah County where he was able to obtain his Private Pilot Certificate before his senior year of High School. His 30 plus year flying career includes a dozen years flying air ambulance missions in the intermountain west, work at two on demand charter services, two airlines and a corporate flight department. Cory is type rated in Boeing, Gulfstream, Learjet and several Citation jet aircraft models. He is also a rated Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic (AMT). His career took him to all fifty states, the Caribbean, Central America, Canada and many other international destinations. Cory’s undergrad education includes a degree in Psychology from the University of Utah and an Applied Science degree in Aviation Maintenance from Salt Lake Community College. His graduate work is in Aeronautics with specialties in Human Factors and Safety from Embry Riddle University. Cory was the Flight Safety Officer at Keystone Aviation (DBA MillionAir Salt Lake) for 7 years. During his tenure there MillionAir was listed on the Air Charter Safety Foundation’s Operator Registry at a level 3. Cory is currently an Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair in the School of Aviation Sciences at Utah Valley University. Cory has two college age children and enjoys the outdoors, skiing, waterskiing and flying an old Cessna 172 that took him several years to restore.