Phil Jennings is an active Part 91 and Part 135 Rotary Wing and Fixed Wing pilot. Mr. Jennings retired from the Army after a nearly 22-year career as an Aviation Warrant Officer, a UH-60/Blackhawk Standardization Instructor Pilot, and an Instrument Flight Examiner. In his post-military career, Mr. Jennings has been a corporate pilot and has flown Single Pilot IFR HEMS for 13 years and has diverse, international experience in the Bell 429, the EC-135, the EC-145, and the Sikorsky S-76C+. Currently, Mr. Jennings is an active EC-145 pilot for the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center/Integra Aviation and an active corporate King Air 350i and Cessna Citation Encore+ pilot. In 36 years of continuous flying, Mr. Jennings has logged nearly 7,000 accident and incident free flight hours and holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (MEL) and a CFI-I in Helicopters with an NVG Instructor Endorsement. Mr. Jennings is a graduate of Boston College and the University of Wisconsin Law School. In addition to his interests in aviation, Mr. Jennings is a lawyer specializing in industrial real estate development and land use law.