BROOMFIELD, Col., June 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Major General (Retired) Garry Dean, US Air Force, has joined Vita Inclinata Technologies as a senior advisor, the company announced today, bringing its extensive experience in National Guard and Reserve affairs, and excellence in aviation safety to Vita’s mission to “bring everyone home … every time”.
General Dean retired from service in 2015, retiring as Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Office of the National Guard at the Pentagon, where he supported Army policy, missions and operations and Air National Guard in all 54 states, territories, and territories of the United States. District of Colombia.
His rich career spanning more than 30 years spanned his first assignments as an F-15 fighter pilot, then commander of NORTH AIR FORCE (AFNORTH) and NORAD, NATO joint forces, disaster relief. disaster in the United States, etc. He has since focused on assisting civilian and military enterprises in the planning, execution, integration of new technologies, and risk management of complex US and multinational air and ground operations.
CEO of Vita Inclinata Caleb carr announced the appointment, saying, “That we are honored to be guided by General Dean is an understatement. He has directed, commanded or controlled large, complex operations from the squadron level to the numbered level of the Air Force, in addition to overseeing and directing the air safety priorities of multinational air operations. His vast experience in leading, directing and managing aviation safety objectives will be invaluable as Vita sets out on the path of bringing our sensible and life-saving technology to all who need it.
General Dean stressed that air safety is an essential part of combat readiness. This key principle has been tested throughout his command during deployments, as well as in relief missions in the United States in the event of external disasters, including the massive earthquake of 2010, the Japanese tsunami of 2014 and the United States. Deep Water Horizon oil spill.
The genesis of Vita Inclinata came when Carr was a young search and rescue technician. His friend and mentor suffered cardiac arrest while on a training mission, but the helicopter sent to rescue them was unable to land due to difficult terrain, wind and rotor washing. Dean noted that he is also from Oregon, and his shared understanding of the challenges faced by rescuers in unsafe conditions was featured in his decision to join the company as an advisor.
“This story resonated with me, as Oregon man and as an aviator: I am happy to participate in writing a better ending for others, ensuring the safety of rescuers and survivors. As a former head of safety responsible for accident investigation, I am well aware that behind every statistic are human lives that could have been saved. So I appreciate an execution that gets the job done safer, better and faster, ”Dean said.
“That’s what Vita is doing, relentlessly executing a flight plan to solve the real problem of chaotic motion. The vision, the hard work of the engineering team to bring precision and safety… it has endless possibilities, and I want to match that of the energy and excellence team and provide the best possible advice to keep us on a good flight plan, ”he added.
To learn more about General Dean, visit: https://vitatech.co/about/advisors/garry-dean/
About Vita Inclinata
The death of a friend during a rescue operation – with a helicopter nearby but unable to stabilize due to weather and terrain – was the genesis of Vita Inclinata. Founded in 2015 to solve a real problem, Vita today controls chaotic sway and rotation, and adds precision for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft and cranes. With the mission of ‘Take Them Home Every Time’, Vita’s technology is changing the narrative while saving lives, time and money in all areas, including search and rescue, army, firefighting, public safety, construction, wind power, and oil and gas. The company is headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, with offices in Washington DC, and new offices opening in 2021 in Huntsville, Alabama. For more information, please visit www.vitatech.co.
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