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This profile was last updated on 2/1/06  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Qualified glider pilot instructor

Education

  • M.D.
  • MD
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Treatment and Medical Care Information
www.circare.org, 1 Feb 2006 [cached]
Internet Health Pilot, Your Gateway to Reliable Health Information on the Internet (Steven Barrett, M.D.) Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) Speak Up™ Initiative (Patient safety information and brochures.) National Organization For Rare Diseases (NORD)
Tribute To Flight Lieutenant Steven 'Baz' ...
www.aircadets-3ww.org.uk [cached]
Tribute To Flight Lieutenant Steven 'Baz' Barrett
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Flt Lt Steven 'Baz' Barrett pictured above in a Grob Tutor
His dream since young was to fly fast-jets. At the age of 13 Steven joined 2117 (Kenfig Hill) Squadron RAF Air Cadets, the next few years saw Steven progress through the training syllabus to Staff Cadet and attain the rank of Instructor Staff Cadet Warrant Officer.
He successfully qualified as a glider pilot instructor with No 634 Volunteer Gliding Squadron MOD St Athan and gained a pilot qualification at the Tayside Flying School in Scotland. Steven also became the Lord Lieutenants Cadet for 2003-2004.
After graduating from RAF College Cranwell, he was posted to RAF Wyton and streamlined to RAF Linton on Ouse to commence his training for future fast-jet pilots. After completing his training with the Tucano T1 Steven was presented with his RAF Wings and promoted to the rank of Flight Lieutenant. He then moved on to RAF Valley to continue the next stage of his fast-jet training with the Hawk TMk1.
At the end of his service with the RAF he moved to MoD St Athan to take up a position with No.1 AEF where he spent a lot of time flying staff and cadets up until his last day with the service.
He went on to continue his flying career as a commercial airline pilot with Flybe based at Edinburgh, Scotland up until the time of his tragic death.
Flt Lt Barry C Thomas, OC 2117 (Kenfig Hill) Squadron said 'Steven was always full of life, always smiling, a very pleasurable young man, a real role model to the cadets and much liked by us all. I have received many emails from staff around the Wing reflecting on Steven and the respect they had for him. Those who knew him will hold fond affection in their memories of Baz, as he liked to be known.'
Flying Officer Steven ...
www.634vgs.org.uk, 6 Sept 2011 [cached]
Flying Officer Steven Barrett
Flying Officer Steven Barrett left school in 2003 as a Cadet Warrant Officer having been a member of 2117 (Kenfig Hill) Squadron, Air Training Corps. During his time on the Squadron he completed a Flying Scholarship at Dundee airport flying the Katana aircraft, and also completed a Gliding Scholarship with 634 VGS, RAF St Athan.
He joined this Gliding Squadron to become a G1 Pilot on the Grob Viking and later, a B Category instructor on the Grob Vigilant Motor Glider. He went on to study Business Information Technology at The University of Wales, Swansea, and during his time there he joined the University of Wales Air Squadron flying the Grob Tutor. In 2005 he was promoted to Acting Pilot Officer to complete his time on the Squadron.
Having completed Officer training at RAFC Cranwell in 2007 he moved to RAF Wyton to complete Elementary Flying Training flying the Grob Tutor, before holding at the Air Cadet Central Gliding School, Syerston, flying both the Grob Vigilant and Viking. In August 2008 he moved to RAF Linton on Ouse where he completed Basic Fast Jet Training flying the Tucano. Flying Officer Barrett moves to RAF Valley in September 2009 where he will carry out Advanced Flying Training on the Hawk.
Fg Off Steve ...
www.aircadets-walesandwest.org.uk, 12 Jan 2005 [cached]
Fg Off Steve Barrett.Congratulations are in order this week for Steven Barrett on his graduation from Royal Air Force College Cranwell on his recent completion of Officer Training.
The former Cadet Warrant Officer with 2117 Kenfig Hill squadron spent a number of years with the corps and event went on to assist as a Gliding Instructor with No 634 Volunteer Gliding Squadron at St Athan.He also won a Flying Scholarship Course at the Tayside Flying School Scotland and went solo in the least number of hours.
Later Steven received the Air Commandants Certificate of good Service and later became the Lord Lieutenants cadet for 2003-2004.His former commanding officer went on to say.
"I have never met a more motivated individual determined to succeed in his ambition in a Flying Career with the Royal Air Force that has now come to fruition"
Both Stevens mum Sian and Grandmother Cassandra were also members of the Squadron and his family have all been a great support to him to fulfil his ambition.Kenfig Hill Squadron wish Flying Officer Steven Barrett the very best in his career as a pilot with the Royal Air Force
Murder case police text taxi drivers ...
www.ukwirednews.com [cached]
Murder case police text taxi drivers over death of pilot Steven Barrett
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Steven Barrett pilot murder: Police appeal for taxi driver help
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