The following is a reverse chronological progression:

1994-1997 Helicopter Training Squadron 18 (HT-18) and Training Wing 5 (TW-5)
Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field, Whiting, FL
  Computer Based Training / Integrated Courseware Officer
As the Computer Based Training / Integrated Courseware Officer at NAS Whiting Field I served as the Senior Project Manager and Technical Point of Contact for the design, review, acceptance, and implementation of a multimillion-dollar contractor-developed computer-based, integrated education project serving 2000 students. This was a massive effort, requiring thousands of hours of software development and hundreds of hours of review. To accomplish this effort I recruited, organized, trained, and led (22) teams of subject matter experts to conduct reviews of the materials developed by a civilian contractor. Eventually, my responsibilities as the negotiator for the Navy with the contractor was consuming the majority of my time, causing me to fall short of some administrative responsibilities. I approached my OIC to ask for manning assistance but was told that no additional assistance was available. I then asked for permission to employ “Attrites”. Attrites were those young officers who had failed flight school and were on a paid vacation until starting another school. I recruited (3) officers to work with me, convincing them that completing a mission was better than sitting on Pensacola beach, and trained them to accomplish the standing administrative requirements of the position. For our efforts, I was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal.
I served as the Senior Project Manager and Technical Point of Contact for the design, review, acceptance, and implementation of a multimillion-dollar contractor-developed computer-based, integrated courseware and electronic classroom education project serving 2000 students annually. This was a massive effort, requiring thousands of hours of software development and hundreds of hours of review. To accomplish this effort I recruited, organized, trained, and led (22) teams of subject matter experts to conduct reviews of the materials developed by a civilian contractor. For our efforts I was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal.
  Branch Officer for Academic Training / Certified Classroom Instructor
As the Branch Officer for Academic Training, I led (12) academic instructors in fulfilling our mission of providing classroom instruction for more than (400) student naval aviators annually. I was personally accountable for the mentoring all academic instructors with specific regard to proficiency, methodology, advanced training, and materials. We implemented a continuous improvement emphasis for all courses and associated consumables.
I led (12) academic instructors in fulfilling our mission of providing classroom instruction for more than (400) student naval aviators annually. I was personally accountable for the mentoring of all academic instructors with specific regard to proficiency, methodology, advanced training, and materials. We implemented a continuous improvement emphasis for all courses and associated consumables.
  Flight Standardization Officer / Flight Instructor

Served to define standardized procedures for addressing operational and emergency situations. Chaired board responsible for making modifications to established SOPs based on changing operational theory and/or mechanical modifications to aircraft. Responsible for keeping these established procedures before squadron members to reinforce and maximize their utilization.

Provided in-aircraft training, building upon classroom presentations to move students from basic hovering to full instrument flight and basic tactical training.