Airway Pioneer Member
Chalres Newpol

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Education: Dr of Jurisprudence; pre-law, engineering. Diploma - National Defense University (ICAF)
Private Pilot's License - 1941
Commercial " - 1946 (Multi-engine)
Technical experience:- Boston Center - trainee - immediately after Pearl Harbor.
1942 - Boston Center asst controller.
1943 - Aviation Cadets - Pilot training
1944 - Pilot Troop Carrier Command (12th AF) Italy, France, Yugoslavia, Austria, Greece, Egypt.
1945 - Pilot - Air transport Command (Belem, Brazil - Georgetown, B.G.)
1946 -1956 Boston Center - Controller, Senior Controller, Asst Chief.
1953 (Winter and Spring) Detail to OKC Aero Center as ATC instructor.
1956-1965 Eastern Regional Office - a field facilities Indianapolis Center Area, Cleveland Center Area Washington/Norfolk Center Areas, Boston Center Area, New York Center Area, Chief Airspace Utilization Branch, Chief Procedures Branch, Chief NY Center, Deputy Chief Air Traffic Divn, Acting Chief Air Traffic Divn.
1966-67 Deputy Manager, Washington/Norfolk Area Office.
1967 - System Research and Developement Service
1968 - Office of Appraisal
1968 - 1971 Special Assistant to Directors of Facilities and Installation Service - and Airway Facilities Service.
1972 -73 Asst Chief, Airspace and Air Traffic Rules Divn.
1974 -80 Chief, Air Traffic Plans and Programs Divn
Upon retirement, acted as consultant to ICAO (Montreal); Office of the Auditor- General (Ottawa), Boeing, Lockheed, Martin-Marietta, and others. Have also served as a past president of ATCA, and retired as a major in the USAF reserves.

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