Keeping Pilots Safe.
Safeguarding the future of GA.
Harrison Ford, Co-Chair
With instrument and fixed-wing single- and multiengine ratings and a helicopter certificate, Harrison Ford is an experienced pilot who values the utility and joys of aviation. Channeling his passion for the industry, Ford touts its benefits to lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Morgan Freeman, Co-Chair
Morgan Freeman joined AOPA soon after passing his check ride, and is proud to call himself a Hat in the Ring Society member. Morgan began flying only 10 years ago and like many pilots he wishes he’d started sooner. The more he flies the more he realizes that America’s general aviation system is truly a national treasure, and that as pilots we have a significant duty to protect that treasure.
Hear Hat in the Ring Society Member Paul Diette talk about the program. Find out why you should join this group of leaders who take enormous pride in shaping and strengthening our freedom to fly.
Robert Miller has been a member of the AOPA since 1975. He has been a life member since 2009. He was selected to serve on the first National Airport Support Board, established by Phil Boyer, and actively participated in the outreach to all airport support members. As an owner of a Cirrus SR-22, he has travelled from the East Coast to the West Coast of the United States as well as to Alaska. He has been a pilot since 1973. As a strong supporter of AOPA and the AOPA Foundation he has encouraged others to participate and donate to the seminars and programs to make safety a primary concern.
In addition to AOPA, he is an active member with Cirrus Owners Pilots Association, and has attended all Migrations except the first one. On top of to his flying experiences, his occupation is a solo-practicing attorney in Big Spring, Texas, which is located in the western part of the state. He encourages all pilots to participate in the Wings Program and to receive recurrent training every six months.
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