Mr. G. Warren Hall,a Test Pilot at NASA Ames Research Center. He learned to fly in High School. After college, he became a Navy Fighter Pilot flying the F3B “Demon” and F4B “Phantom II” logging over 300 Carrier Landings. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical ngineering, a Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering and an MBA.
As a Test Pilot he has flown over 65 different aircraft including the X-14A, XV-15, X-22A, AD-1 Swing Wing, and the unique Rotor Systems Research Aircraft. He is a Fellow in the Society of Experimental Pilots Society.
He taught Graduate Aerodynamics for the University of Southern California and Undergraduate Aerodynamics at San Jose State. In 1991, he received the Paul Mantz Outstanding Aerospace Educator award from the California Association of Aerospace Educators. He completed twenty-eight years of Military Service retiring as the Commander of a California Air National Guard Rescue Group, with the rank of Colonel.
He has authored seventy-three Technical Reports earning three International Awards for technical excellence.