Mr. Hahn is currently working towards a Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Organizational Leadership), from Northcentral University. He holds an MBA from the University of North Florida, and an MMS from Marine Corps University, Quanitco. He earned a BA in economics from Fordham University, New York City. He has over 25 years experience in aviation – mostly as a naval flight officer in the U.S. Navy’s S-3B Viking aircraft. He currently holds the position of Curriculum Supervisor and Teacher at the U.S. Navy’s School of Aviation Safety in Naval Air Station, Pensacola, FL. He is an adjunct professor for Embry Riddle Aeronautical University where he teaches management and history. Mr. Hahn coauthored a chapter on military CRM programs in the recent second edition of Crew Resource Management, Barbara Kanki, Robert Helmreich, and Jose Anca, editors; published by the Academic Press, Elsevier (2010). He also coauthored ‘The U.S. Navy’s Crew Resource Management Program: the Past, Present, and Recommendations for the Future’ in Human Performance Enhancement in High-Risk Environments, edited by Paul O’Connor and Joseph Cohn, published by Praeger (2010). As a programs (safety management systems) teacher at the School of Aviation Safety, he authored the textbook for naval aviation safety programs in use at the school. His military career covers 22 years in various flying and staff billets in the United States Navy. For the last four years he has served as a teacher and curriculum supervisor in the USN School of Aviation Safety. Mr. Hahn holds a private pilot’s license.