Gary F. Kosak



Preferred Name: 
Gary

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Date of Birth: November 26, 1941

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Hometown: Manchester, NH

Biography

Captain Gary Kosak, a professional pilot for more than 38 years, has spent more than twenty thousand hours flying supersonic fighters, business jets, and airliners including the jumbo Boeing 747. He has visited some sixty countries of the world.
Capt Kosak was a flight instructor and examiner with Airbus Americas, teaching airline pilots from all over the world utilizing state-of-the-art flight simulators. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the the University of Connecticut and has been awarded a master’s degree in biblical studies from the Jacksonville Theological Seminary.Captain Kosak became a born-again Christian in 1978. He is a member of the Advisory Board for the Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel, has been a community representative with the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, and has invested much of his time in becoming intimately acquainted with Israel, its biblical history, and the Jewish people. He is also a licensed minister with the International Ministerial Fellowship, headquartered in Minnesota.
In addition, he is a dinner and conference speaker. He and his wife, Hellen, live in Florida.
(source: https://www.amazon.com/Gary-Kosak/e/B00DZENDXY/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0)

Units Assigned

  • 1962 AFROTC
  • 1965-1968 492nd Tactical Fighter Squadron/48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England (F-100)

 

Awards & Decorations

Flight Info

F-100

Military Education

  • AFROTC

Civilian Education

  • BS/Psychology, University of Connecticut
  • MS/Biblical Studies, Jacksonville Theological Seminary

Cadet Gary F. Kosak receives his Mach Buster’s Club Certificate on the Flight Line at Bradley Field soon “after landing in the super-sonic F-100F which he piloted during the flight at speeds faster than the speed of sound. On hand for the presentation, from left to right,, from left to right, were Colonel John Hoar, Conmander of the 103rd Fighter Group of the Connecticut Air National Guard, Major W. A. Tilford, the Pilot, Kosak, and Colonel John Wise, Professor of Air Science at Uconn. (UConn Photo) (Source: The C0nnecticut Daily Campus, October 31, 1962

Biography

Biography

Captain Gary Kosak, a professional pilot for more than 38 years, has spent more than twenty thousand hours flying supersonic fighters, business jets, and airliners including the jumbo Boeing 747. He has visited some sixty countries of the world.
Capt Kosak was a flight instructor and examiner with Airbus Americas, teaching airline pilots from all over the world utilizing state-of-the-art flight simulators. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the the University of Connecticut and has been awarded a master’s degree in biblical studies from the Jacksonville Theological Seminary.Captain Kosak became a born-again Christian in 1978. He is a member of the Advisory Board for the Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel, has been a community representative with the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, and has invested much of his time in becoming intimately acquainted with Israel, its biblical history, and the Jewish people. He is also a licensed minister with the International Ministerial Fellowship, headquartered in Minnesota.
In addition, he is a dinner and conference speaker. He and his wife, Hellen, live in Florida.
(source: https://www.amazon.com/Gary-Kosak/e/B00DZENDXY/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0)

Units - Education - Awards - Flight Info

Units Assigned

  • 1962 AFROTC
  • 1965-1968 492nd Tactical Fighter Squadron/48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England (F-100)

 

Awards & Decorations

Flight Info

F-100

Military Education

  • AFROTC

Civilian Education

  • BS/Psychology, University of Connecticut
  • MS/Biblical Studies, Jacksonville Theological Seminary
Photos

Cadet Gary F. Kosak receives his Mach Buster’s Club Certificate on the Flight Line at Bradley Field soon “after landing in the super-sonic F-100F which he piloted during the flight at speeds faster than the speed of sound. On hand for the presentation, from left to right,, from left to right, were Colonel John Hoar, Conmander of the 103rd Fighter Group of the Connecticut Air National Guard, Major W. A. Tilford, the Pilot, Kosak, and Colonel John Wise, Professor of Air Science at Uconn. (UConn Photo) (Source: The C0nnecticut Daily Campus, October 31, 1962

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