David Jaundrill CFII
Dave Jaundrill, CFII, has been a club member since 1974. Dave started flying lessons with an Army Flying Club at Fort Knox, Kentucky, soloed in 1962 obtaining his Private License in 1964. The Commercial, Instrument and MEL followed and eventually the CFI and CFII. After retiring from his “real job” he began instructing at Three Wing part-time. He concentrates his energy with primary students, flight reviews and IPCs. He has said, “I believe a pilot never stops learning and flight instruction definitely keeps you learning,” and “The Instructor/Student relationship is unique and the importance of a student preparing for lessons is both expected and appreciated.”
Dennis Doyle CFII, MEI
Dennis Doyle has pursued aviation, mostly as an avocation, all his adult life. He holds an ATP with multi-engine privileges for both sea and land airplanes. His Commercial privileges include: single engine sea and land, as well as gliders. His Certified Instructor ratings include: single, multi and instrument airplane. Including his Navy experience, he has accumulated more than 14,000 hours of flight time, including more than 4,000 hours of instruction. He is currently managing and operating a C-441 Conquest II, based at Bridgeport.
Roger Ameden CFI, CFII, MEI
Roger Ameden has been a pilot since 1971 obtaining his commercial rating in 1974. He holds ATP for both single and multi-engine land planes, a sea plane rating, as well as basic and instrument ground instructor’s certificate. An instructor at Three Wing since 2007, he recently retired from Northrop Grumman in 2014. He flies to have fun. Roger says, “If you and I aren’t having fun together, I’ll find you a better fitting instructor.”