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Ron Fry Jr.

Operations Manager

Air St. Louis

Direct Phone: (636) ***-****       

Email: r***@***.com

Air St. Louis

Company Description

Since 1984 Million Air St. Louis has been a staple of the Spirit of St. Louis airport. With service beyond compare and 80,000 square feet of corporate hangar space, Million Air St. Louis is where you need to go. Just 20 minutes west of the city of St. Lou ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Administration Manager
Air St. Louis

Customer Service Manager
Air St. Louis

Senior Research Engineer
Johns Hopkins University

President
Bed & Breakfast

Vice President
Bed & Breakfast

President
Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi

Spokesman
Air Force Materiel Command

Deputy Director of Public Affairs
Air Force Materiel Command

Vice President
Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi (BBAM) Principal

Owner
Devereaux Shields House

Education

Bachelor of Science

University of Michigan

Masters of Science

Web References (43 Total References)


Meet our Team

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I finally began my career in Aviation in 1989 as a Customer Service Representative for Million Air St. Louis, in 1991 I was promoted to Customer Service Manager and in 1994 I was then promoted to Administration Manager, working side by side with Ron Fry our Operations Manager.


Meet our Team

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Ron Fry Operations Manager (636) 532-0404 Rfry@millionair-sus.com


President of B&B Association of Mississippi :: Ron Fry

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Ron is an innkeeper with over 10 years experience in the hospitality industry. He and his lovely wife Eleanor own and operate The Devereaux Shields House Bed and Breakfast in Natchez which they opened in 2005. He is in his 4th year as President of the Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi and previously served as Vice President for 1 year and Treasurer for 3 years. Despite the economy and starting with no business in a city of over 40 B&Bs their business has consistently grown to be rated in the top few in Natchez, MS. Prior to innkeeping as a profession, Ron was a Principle Engineer and Senior Program Manager for over 40 years contributing to advancing combustion and propulsion technology for U.S. industrial and military applications. Ron holds a Bachelor of Science, a Masters of Science and a Professional Engineering Degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan. He served with distinction as an officer in the Air Force during the late 1970s. Through his experiences Ron learned skills valuable to a successful innkeeper, collaborative teamwork, loves what he does, believes in a vision for the future, curious for seeking best practices, tech-savvy open to learning new things, and action-oriented looking to take things to the next level.


Ron Fry, spokesman for the ...

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Ron Fry, spokesman for the Air Force Materiel Command, said the problems were related to a failed inspection. But a nuclear expert suggested it appears the problems ran deeper, based on the Air Force's decision to reassign five non-commissioned officers.

The Air Force on Jan. 27 decertified the 898th Munitions Squadron at Kirtland Air Force Base, which maintains an estimated 2,000 nuclear warheads inside a bunkered storage facility.
Fry said the 898th Munitions Squadron was included in a regularly scheduled nuclear surety inspection in November involving its parent unit, the 498th Nuclear Systems Wing, as well as the 377th Air Base Wing - all based at Kirtland.
The two wings and the unit all failed the inspection, Fry said, but initially it was decided that the squadron wouldn't be decertified. Fry said the problems were mainly administrative, such as handling of paperwork and documentation. He declined to elaborate.
A reinspection was scheduled for mid-February. But late last month Brig. Gen. Everett Thomas, commander of Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center - the overseer of Air Force nuclear surety - recommended the squadron be decertified to allow time to identify the root cause of its problems.
As part of the action, five senior non-commissioned officers were reassigned to other duties, but Fry wouldn't disclose details.
...
Fry said members of another squadron based elsewhere have arrived at Kirtland to take over the 898th's duties.


DDN | Panel to review museum practices

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Ron Fry, deputy director of public affairs for the Air Force Materiel Command, said he was unable to answer several questions posed by the Daily News, including whether the group will have an investigative staff, the power to compel testimony and provide protection from retaliation for those who cooperate with it, and whether its meetings will be public.

"They haven't had a chance to talk and get together and sort out exactly how they're going about this, and that'll happen in the next several days," Fry said."It's just too soon to get into particulars on who they'll talk to, how, when, where and that type of thing.
"So really all I can say at this point is that you can be assured that the working group will undertake a thorough review and analysis of the museum and report any findings and recommendations they come up with."
Fry said the group's examination may not be limited to review of the museum's procedures and policies.

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