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Chase Snodgrass

Active Flight Instructor

A&P

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Background Information

Employment History

Airports Manager

Presidio-Lely International Airport


President and Founder

Big Bend EAA Chapter 1542


Founder, Big Bend Chapter

Experimental Aircraft Association Inc


Affiliations

Recreational Aviation Foundation Inc

Texas State Liaison


Web References(5 Total References)


State Liaisons | Recreational Aviation Foundation

www.recreationalaviationfoundation.org [cached]

Texas State Liaison, Chase Snodgrass
Chase Snodgrass is one of those fellows who had the skill to solo an airplane at age 14 but had to wait until he turned 16 so he could do it legally. He spent his junior high, high school, and college years sweeping hangar floors, washing planes, and pumping avgas as a means of paying for flight training. Working his way up through the ranks, Chase spent several years as a line pilot for the U.S. Border Patrol flying Super Cubs, C-182s, and OH-6 helicopters in South Texas, tracking down thousands of groups of illegal aliens, performing search and rescue operations, providing close air support to ground agents, and serving as a unit safety and training pilot. He retired as the Patrol Agent in Charge of the Presidio, Texas Border Patrol Station at the end of 2010. After retirement, Chase completed and flew an RV-10 kit plane, founded the Big Bend Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association, and has been working to advance and promote aviation in the Big Bend Region of Texas with emphasis on emergency services and economic development. He is an active flight instructor, A&P mechanic, and airports planning and management consultant. Chase is working hard to help get the Recreational Use Statute passed in Texas, and is looking forward to sharing his passion for aviation with the RAF. He and his wife Debbie have 3 sons.


Chase Snodgrass | Recreational Aviation Foundation

theraf.org [cached]

Chase Snodgrass
Chase Snodgrass is one of those fellows who had the skill to solo an airplane at age 14 but had to wait until he turned 16 so he could do it legally. He spent his junior high, high school, and college years sweeping hangar floors, washing planes, and pumping avgas as a means of paying for flight training. Working his way up through the ranks, Chase spent several years as a line pilot for the U.S. Border Patrol flying Super Cubs, C-182s, and OH-6 helicopters in South Texas, tracking down thousands of groups of illegal aliens, performing search and rescue operations, providing close air support to ground agents, and serving as a unit safety and training pilot. He retired as the Patrol Agent in Charge of the Presidio, Texas Border Patrol Station at the end of 2010. After retirement, Chase completed and flew an RV-10 kit plane, founded the Big Bend Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association, and has been working to advance and promote aviation in the Big Bend Region of Texas with emphasis on emergency services and economic development. He is an active flight instructor, A&P mechanic, and airports planning and management consultant. Chase is working hard to help get the Recreational Use Statute passed in Texas, and is looking forward to sharing his passion for aviation with the RAF. He and his wife Debbie have 3 sons.


Team RAF Staff | Recreational Aviation Foundation

www.theraf.org [cached]

Chase Snodgrass
Chase Snodgrass is one of those fellows who had the skill to solo an airplane at age 14 but had to wait until he turned 16 so he could do it legally. He spent his junior high, high school, and college years sweeping hangar floors, washing planes, and pumping avgas as a means of paying for flight training. Telephone Number: 832-588-8888 RAF Email Address: Read more about Chase Snodgrass Add new comment


Contact Us | Recreational Aviation Foundation

www.recreationalaviationfoundation.org [cached]

Chase Snodgrass
Liaison - Texas 832-588-8888


Multimedia « Big Bend Now

www.bigbendsentinel.com [cached]

Chase Snodgrass, a Presidio resident, retired Border Patrol pilot, and lifelong aviator has completed construction on a kit built airplane.
This is believed to be the first airplane to have been built in its entirety in Presidio. The first flight was on Tuesday, June 5, with Chase Snodgrass at the controls.


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