Clayton Lang

Clayton Lang

Mr. Lang is an accomplished military and commercial helicopter pilot, with over 4,800 hours of rotary wing experience. He has over 20 years of team-oriented in rotary wing aviation including Pilot in command (4,300 hours), Flight Instructor, Safety Officer, Operations Officer, Air Ambulance Pilot, Search and Rescue Instructor, Maintenance Test Pilot, and NVG Instructor.

Mr. Lang’s diverse military and civilian experience includes:

  • U.S. Navy 1987-2010; Officer in Charge, Director of Safety, Instructor, Standardization Pilot, and Director of Operations.
  • U.S. Naval Flight Training, Pensacola, FL in 1997
  • Airline Transport Pilot (ATP), Helicopter
  • Commercial Pilot Airplane Single-engine Land
  • Instrument rated: Helicopter and Fixed Wing
  • Certified Flight Instructor (CFI): Helicopter
  • Certified Flight Instructor, Instrument (CFII): Helicopter
  • Line Pilot, DynCorp International, CH-46E pilot for Department of State Air Wing.
  • EMS and SAR Pilot, Construction Helicopters; AW-139 Part 135 and 133 program.
  • Line Pilot, Construction Helicopters; SK-61 Part 135 and 133 program.
  • Line Pilot & Safety Manager, Siller Helicopters; SK-61 and SK-64 Fire and Utility Pilot.
  • Line Pilot, Columbia Helicopters; Afghanistan BV-107 Part 91, 135, and 133 program.
  • Helicopter EMS Pilot, Petroleum Helicopters Inc.; EC-135, single pilot IFR part 135 program.

Lang has extensive experience in Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP), Drone and Torpedo recovery, Search and Rescue, Special Operations, Aeromedical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), Operational, Budgetary, Manning and Readiness Planning throughout his career. He is a type rated pilot in the BV-107 (CH-46), S-70 (H-60), SK-61 (H-3), AW-139 and experienced with B206, AW-109, S-64 (CH-54), MD-500, and MI-17 helicopters.

Clayton Lang is a graduate (BA) from University of San Diego 2002, and the Naval Post Graduate School – School of Aviation Safety 2007.


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