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The 3500 is an IRS filed "not for profit" with an ongoing effort led by Rob Moser to restore non-qualified and medical benefits formerly provided by Delta to its retired pilots prior to bakruptcy.  Since we are a representative group of many, donations to The 3500 are tax decuctible in the same way that gifts to your local little league are.  Your contribution receipt of cancelled check is your tax record.
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This page was last updated: January 8, 2013
Director of The 3500
Capt Rob Moser's Bio:

Auburn University, Bachelor Business Administration 1966-1970

1966-1970 Auburn University Department of Aviation- Flight Instructor, Flight Standards Supervisor, Charter Pilot for Auburn University Athletic Department

1968-1970 Contract pilot- Alcohol Tobacco Firearms Division, US Treasury Department,( now under Justice Department)

1970-1972-Regional Manager, Western region, FLIGHTECH, Inc, aircraft leasing/flight training    (Company car was an Mooney Super 21)

1972- Delta Air Lines, Inc  Hired into Marketing Division as temporary part-time reservations sales agent ,

1973-1977- Delta Air Lines general reservations sales agent, executive accounts agent, vacation planning agent,customer service agent, resevations sales supervisor.                  

1975- Selected by SR VP Marketing to testify before the CAB court  in Washington DC on behalf of Delta seeking non-stop route authority ATL-BOS. Route awarded to Delta. Eastern basically pulled out their wide bodies several months later due to competition from Delta This route became a major revenue producer/profit maker for Delta.

!977-2005- Second Officer/First Officer/Captain/Line Check Airman, B727,737,757,767,767ER,777, DC9, MD88, L1011, MD11

Peripheral duties:

Facilitator, In Command,  Facilitator,New Hire, interviewer, New Hire pilot candidates,, Marketing projects, Pilot Month, Pro-Team(year-round pilot month)  , internal Flight Ops auditor, under direction of  Harry Alger, Dave Greenberg, Richard Colby, and Dave Bushy.

2005-present- career counsellor/interview coach for AIR, INC, Kit Darby, President

2006-2008- Flight Instructor/ Flight Examiner, FAA part 142, B757/767/777, Bond Aviation, Orlando Florida.,Larry Bond, President

2008-2011 Captain, Jet Airways, LTD, India, B777-300ER, Wet leased to Turkish Airlines(4 months), Istanbul, and Gulf Air,(4 months) Bahrain

2011- Flight Instructor DGS, MD88/90

2011-present- Flight Instructor, B777, Korean Air Lines, Incheon, South Korea


US Army, US Army Reserve, artillery grunt, wired and wireless communications specialist, forward supply Sergeant
honorable discharge, Staff Sergeant E-6.

Addendum: Shortly after going to work full time as a ground employee for Delta, I helped start a commuter airline called Southeastern Commuter Airlines, SCA, flying a Britain Norman Islander, and a Dehavilland Dove on my days off. The 2 other co-founders got some venture capital and started CCAir, in Charlotte, as a captive commuter for USAir. The commuter is now called Piedmont Airlines and still operates as a regional for USAir.

Because of my marketing background, I was frequently called upon as a public speaker by senior management,after I
became a pilot,to speak about Delta Air Lines,and answer questions, many of which were marketing related. I represented Delta as a Public Relations Ambassador.

Many of these speaking engagements took place after the 767 purchase by the employees became world-wide knowledge.

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