Pilot Clint Randolph speaks about his time in the sky

Speaker Clint Randolph had many interesting facts and stories to share about this life with the Club on Thursday. Clint’s 39 year aviation career has spanned the Globe: he has visited 147 different countries. While in the Air Force he was based in Texas twice, Japan, Illinois, North Carolina, and Oklahoma. As a Corporate Pilot he was based in Houston, Dubai, Spain, and his home state of California. Clint has over 7,800 flying hours in 14 different types of Aircraft. In his early Air Force days he was a Combat Controller (Paratrooper) specializing in tactical airlift combat operations and humanitarian missions.
20 Year USAF Veteran: B-1B Pilot / Chief of Instrument School at Dyess AFB, TX. C-140 JetStar Instructor Pilot at Scott AFB, IL. Flight Inspection Pilot for USAF and FAA at Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City flying T-39 Sabreliner and Hawker 800 aircraft and Chief of Training. Major Randolph retired from USAF in October 1994. Clint is pictured above on the right with close friend Tony Durano.

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In affiliation with Rotary International, Rotary Club of Andover (RCA) is a group of passionate business and professional members who coordinate our collective experience, career skills and enthusiasm to improve our community through meaningful service projects. It sounds all too familiar, but having fun while doing those things is the ARC differentiator. After all, nobody said making a difference couldn’t be fun. We meet on the first three Thursdays of the month (and the fifth Thursday when there is one) at noon at Terradyne Country Club in Andover. We share a delicious buffet lunch together while having an informative program, usually with a guest speaker from the community.