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Shane Osborn

Flight Instructor

Navy

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Employment History

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EP-3


President

LoudCitizen Inc


Affiliations

Hagel & Company

Adviser and Military Liaison


St. John Lutheran Church

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Education

Mathematics

University of Nebraska


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www.ralstonrecorder.com

Shane Osborn's campaign revealed that Ben Sasse lived in Washington for over six years and still owns a home there, painting him as a D.C. insider who now wants to represent Nebraskans.
- Osborn lived out of state "for much of his adult life. Whoops! Osborn lived out of state during the time he was serving our country in the Navy. I'm proud to be a veteran and proud to support Shane Osborn.


glenwoodnet.com

In celebration of Veteran's Day, The Glenwood Community High School students and community visitors welcomed author, pilot, and Navy man Shane Osborn.
Osborn, a mid west native and graduate of the University of Nebraska, shared accounts of his most memorable experiences during a United States surveillance mission through international airspace. Osborn, who had dreamed of being a pilot since age three, focused his journey on becoming just so. At 12 years, Osborn began learning the mechanics and basic of the aircraft until eventually graduating from the naval ROTC program and joining the Navy. As Osborn gained experience and expertise, his responsibilities and privileges grew too. Before long, Osborn earned rank as: Mission Commander; the beginning of his story. Osborn not only shared facts about his experiences as a Mission Commander, but the importance of hard work and dedication, particularly stressing the importance of hard work.


netnebraska.org

Shane Osborn joined the Navy because he wanted to fly.He knew it from the time he was a little boy growing up in Norfolk.CASA PROGRAM A SUCCESS


www.montereyherald.com [cached]

Navy pilot Shane Osborn ready to find new careerNavy pilot Shane Osborn, who guided a crippled surveillance plane to a safe landing on Chinese soil in 2001, plans to move back to Nebraska this spring.The University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate said he and his family probably will make their home in Omaha or Lincoln.Currently, Osborn is stationed at the Naval Discharge Review Board in Washington, D.C.He has served nine years in the Navy.On April 1, 2001, Osborn was flying over the South China Sea when a Chinese fighter plane got too close to the Navy plane and the jets collided.The plane plunged 7,500 feet before Osborn gained control and landed.None of the 24 crew members was hurt, but they were taken prisoner for 11 days before being released.Osborn's shoulder was hurt in the incident, but he says he waited to repair the injuries so he could fly reconnaissance missions in Afghanistan and work as a Navy flight instructor in Pensacola, Fla.Osborn, 30, said he has loved serving his country, but he also expressed other interests."Public service is near and dear to me," Osborn told the Lincoln Journal Star.


www.thehollandsentinel.net [cached]

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Navy pilot Shane Osborn, who guided a crippled surveillance plane to a safe landing on Chinese soil in 2001, plans to move back to Nebraska this spring.The University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate said he and his family probably will make their home in Omaha or Lincoln.Currently, Osborn is stationed at the Naval Discharge Review Board in Washington, D.C.He has served nine years in the Navy.On April 1, 2001, Osborn was flying over the South China Sea when a Chinese fighter plane got too close to the Navy plane and the jets collided.The plane plunged 7,500 feet before Osborn gained control and landed.None of the 24 crew members was hurt, but they were taken prisoner for 11 days before being released.Osborn's shoulder was hurt in the incident, but he says he waited to repair the injuries so he could fly reconnaissance missions in Afghanistan and work as a Navy flight instructor in Pensacola, Fla."It tore out my left shoulder," said Osborn, 30."It's bothered me since.I've had a hard time even getting milk out of the fridge."Osborn, 30, said he has loved serving his country, but he also expressed other interests."Public service is near and dear to me," Osborn told the Lincoln Journal Star.


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