Turner, Daniel M. SFO S80 Captain - 14 years of service - SFO 3401 Nadine st Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 973-1362 FERB Retirement effective 5/1/03 Captain Turner is a graduate of Sacramento State University and he received his MBA from the University of North Dakota. His flying career began with the USAF. In 1970, he was a T38 UPT Instructor Pilot at Randolph AFB. He continued in that role at Laughlin AFB where he also became an Academic Instructor. In 1973, he became a Minuteman Missile Combat Crew Commander at Grand Forks AFB. In 1976, he moved back to Randolph AFB as a T38 Instrument Pilot and continued on to be a T38 Pilot Instructor Training, Flight Commander, and Air Operations Staff Officer. In 1982, he was sent to Kunsoan AB in the Republic of Korea as the Chief of Command Post. And, in 1983, he came back stateside as T37 Instructor Pilot, PIT Instructor, and Chief of Current Operations at Mather AFB, California. He retired from the USAF in 1989 with 21 years of service. "What a fantastic trip this has been! What I really appreciated about flying for AA was the challenge and the responsibility. Of course, I'll miss that, but I'll also miss the camaraderie I experienced with other pilots, flight attendants, and ground and support staff that helped maked this job the best job I ever had. What a great company of true professionals! Lots of travel, golf, gardening, and fishing lie ahead for me. And I'll really appreciate spending lots of time with my wife, Sarita, my daughter, Shelley, her husband Jim, and their children. I'll still always be watching for those beautiful, bright, silver jets with the red, white, and blue stripes fly over and when I see them I'll know that I left AA in very good hands. Fly Safe! Copyright 1997-2003 American Airlines, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 17821/11


 

 


Turner, Daniel M.
SFO S80 Captain - 14 years of service - SFO
3401 Nadine st
Carmichael, CA 95608
(916) 973-1362

FERB Retirement effective 5/1/03

Captain Turner is a graduate of Sacramento State University and he received his MBA from the University of North Dakota.

His flying career began with the USAF. In 1970, he was a T38 UPT Instructor Pilot at Randolph AFB. He continued in that role at Laughlin AFB where he also became an Academic Instructor. In 1973, he became a Minuteman Missile Combat Crew Commander at Grand Forks AFB. In 1976, he moved back to Randolph AFB as a T38 Instrument Pilot and continued on to be a T38 Pilot Instructor Training, Flight Commander, and Air Operations Staff Officer. In 1982, he was sent to Kunsoan AB in the Republic of Korea as the Chief of Command Post. And, in 1983, he came back stateside as T37 Instructor Pilot, PIT Instructor, and Chief of Current Operations at Mather AFB, California. He retired from the USAF in 1989 with 21 years of service.

"What a fantastic trip this has been! What I really appreciated about flying for AA was the challenge and the responsibility. Of course, I'll miss that, but I'll also miss the camaraderie I experienced with other pilots, flight attendants, and ground and support staff that helped maked this job the best job I ever had. What a great company of true professionals! Lots of travel, golf, gardening, and fishing lie ahead for me. And I'll really appreciate spending lots of time with my wife, Sarita, my daughter, Shelley, her husband Jim, and their children. I'll still always be watching for those beautiful, bright, silver jets with the red, white, and blue stripes fly over and when I see them I'll know that I left AA in very good hands. Fly Safe!

 


Copyright 1997-2003 American Airlines, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

17821/11

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