Glenn King is the Director of the NASTAR Center’s Advanced Pilot Training (APT) and the Aeromedical Training Institute. Mr. King is an FAA-rated pilot, holding both Single and Multi-Engine instrument ratings with over 3,800 hours flying experience with 250 hours in fast jets. He has flown over nineteen centrifuges around the world and is certified as a High Performance Human Centrifuge Pilot. He has developed and taught numerous physiology training courses, and has trained hundreds of military pilots and commercial space travelers worldwide in a variety of disciplines.
Mr. King sits on the NASTAR Center’s Internal Review Board (IRB) as Test Subject Expert, and is a test pilot for new profiles and programs at the NASTAR Center. He develops and directs Man Rating programs for all high risk training devices.
Mr. King served in the United States Army as a Special Forces HALO Instructor and completed a tour of duty in Africa.Glenn King has a Bachelor of Art degree in Education from Glassboro State College, New Jersey. He maintains professional memberships with the Aerospace Medical Association, American Society of Quality Control, Experimental Aircraft Association and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA).