Million Air Appoints General Manager at Fayetteville
HOUSTON, TX - Million Air announces that retired USAF Major Peter Mastroianni is now the general manager of Million Air Fayetteville in Arkansas. “His proven leadership skills and vast military experience will allow Fayetteville to continue to strengthen their general aviation partnerships while focusing on expanding and developing new relationships with our government military branches,” says Jeffrey Stout, Million Air executive vice president of FBO business development and operations.
Mastroianni, who recently completed a 22-year USAF career, hasserved as a navigator and instructor in T-43A and KC-135R aircraft, contingency response element commander/operation officer instructor/evaluator, deputy chief, AMC mobile command and control operations branch, chief, tanker airlift control element operations (Scott Air Force Base), and chief of USAFE mobility and airlift training and operations – KC-135, C-130, DV Airlift, USAF (at Germany's Ramstein Air Base). His last Air Force assignment was as chief, standardization and evaluation, 621 contingency response wing (Joint Base-McGuire/Dix/Lakehurst), where he was responsible for the wing readiness of 705 airmen. Mastroiannioversaw the training and readiness for aerial port, maintenance and command and control of personnel and equipment valued at $45 million.
He holds both a bachelor of science degree in aeronautical studies and a master's of aeronautical science degree in aviation/aerospace operations and management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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