Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
MAS- Aerospace Safety Systems- Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, 2007
Military Air Craft; Air Craft Maintenance; Flight Scheduling; Process Development; Program Management; Process Improvement; Systems Engineering;
Anthony Range is a retired Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt) from the U.S. Air Force working for L3 Communications. During his enlistment, Anthony obtained his AAS, BAS, and MAS from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. In addition, he received a FAA Certification, Airframe and Powerplant License, License 3577272. After 25 years of active duty, Anthony moved to the private sector to work for L3 Communications. In Production Control he schedules flights and maintenance on military air craft while upholding aerospace safety. Future goals include developing an Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) program to take airmen out of harms way when flying over highly dangerous areas Anthony grew up on several bases in the United states; his father was active military during his childhood. Living on base allowed him to understand military life and gave him the desire to pursue a career in military air craft safety and maintenance. Anthony was stationed in various parts of Europe and the Middle East throughout his career. Over the years in the U.S. Air Force, he would host and co-host events for the Maintenance Professional of the Year Award where he would interact with Generals such as Maintenance General Leo Marquez. Anthony also had the honor of working with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to develop air craft programs, policy, and maintenance schedules while stationed there. His favorite pastimes include reading autobiographies, restoring automobiles, sport shooting, and traveling. Anthony enjoys spending time with his family; he has two children and three grandchildren.