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Verne Jobst

NDPER and NDFEER Program Manager

Experimental Aircraft Association Inc

Direct Phone: (815) ***-****       

Experimental Aircraft Association Inc

3000 Poberezny Road

Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54902

United States

Company Description

About EAA - EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world's most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA's 190,000 members and 1,000 local chapters enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring re ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director
The International Aerobatic Club Inc

Captain
United Air Lines Inc

Affiliations

Aviation Hall Of Fame Current Delegate
Illinois Aviation Hall of Fame

Board Member
EAA SportAir Workshops

Web References (124 Total References)


EAA Warbirds of America - Examiner Program

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Verne Jobst EAA Program Manager 815-385-7277 Home 815-861-1300 Cell


EAA Warbirds of America - Examiner Program

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Verne Jobst

2921 Sterling Dr. McHenry, IL 60050 815-385-7277 Home 815-861-1300 Cell
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Verne Jobst EAA Program Manager 815-385-7277 Home 815-861-1300 Cell


EAA News - EAA to Name Six Directors Emeritus

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Verne Jobst

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They include John Beetham, Jim Brown, Dr. Peggy Chabrian, Verne Jobst, Richard "Dick" Taylor, and Joe Wyatt.
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Verne Jobst Verne Jobst has flown aircraft from B-17 bombers to 747 transports, as well as balloons and gliders during his 50-plus years as a pilot. He soloed at age 16 in an Aeronca Chief and got his first airline job in 1951 flying DC-3s for Capital Airlines. Capital merged with United Airlines in 1961 and Verne became a part of that company. He has also flown as a corporate pilot for such companies as U.S. Steel, C&O Railroad, and Blannox.
Active in the sport aviation world, Jobst was president of the International Aerobatic Club (IAC) from 1973-78. He had previously served as editor of the IAC publication, Sport Aerobatics. As chief pilot for the 1977 Lindbergh Commemorative Tour, he logged hundreds of hours behind the controls of the EAA Air Museum's Spirit of St. Louis replica.
Among his 40,000 logged flight hours, more than 11,500 were instructional hours, and he was inducted into the Flight Instructors Hall of Fame in 1999. Jobst has also served as air show director at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh and piloted a wide variety of historic aircraft including EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast.


VERN JOBST TO KEYNOTE ANNUAL EAA WRIGHT DINNER

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VERNE JOBST TO KEYNOTE ANNUAL EAA WRIGHT DINNER

November 22, 2006 - Longtime EAA member, supporter, and 40,000-hour pilot Verne Jobst will be the featured guest speaker at the 4th annual Wright Brothers Memorial Banquet on Friday, December 15, at the EAA AirVenture Museum's Eagle Hangar.
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Renowned as an entertaining after-dinner speaker, Jobst will share his memories from a 50-plus year flying career, focusing in particular on his role as chief pilot for the EAA's 1977 Lindbergh Commemorative Tour.He logged more hours behind the controls of EAA's Spirit of St. Louis replica than Charles Lindbergh actually flew in the original aircraft!
Jobst, who soloed at age 16 in an Aeronca Chief, got his first airline job in 1951 flying DC-3s with Capital Airlines.He went on to amass over 40,000 flight hours during his long and varied career, which also included flying for United Airlines, U.S. Steel, and the C&O Railroad.
Jobst is very active in the sport aviation world, having served as president of the International Aerobatic Club; air show director at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh; and pilot for a wide variety of historic aircraft including EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast.


Seminole Aviation Association, Inc

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VERNE JOBST TO KEYNOTE ANNUAL EAA WRIGHT DINNER

November 22, 2006 - Longtime EAA member, supporter, and 40,000-hour pilot Verne Jobst will be the featured guest speaker at the 4th annual Wright Brothers Memorial Banquet on Friday, December 15, at the EAA AirVenture Museum's Eagle Hangar.
...
Renowned as an entertaining after-dinner speaker, Jobst will share his memories from a 50-plus year flying career, focusing in particular on his role as chief pilot for the EAA's 1977 Lindbergh Commemorative Tour. He logged more hours behind the controls of EAA's Spirit of St. Louis replica than Charles Lindbergh actually flew in the original aircraft!
Jobst, who soloed at age 16 in an Aeronca Chief, got his first airline job in 1951 flying DC-3s with Capital Airlines. He went on to amass over 40,000 flight hours during his long and varied career, which also included flying for United Airlines, U.S. Steel, and the C&O Railroad.
Jobst is very active in the sport aviation world, having served as president of the International Aerobatic Club; air show director at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh; and pilot for a wide variety of historic aircraft including EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast.

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