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World traveler - Alumni Profiles
March 2013 Issue
Few people can say they’ve been to each of the seven continents. Even fewer can say they flew there themselves. Maj. Brian Dodson (BBA ’02) is one of the few. A pilot in the U.S. Air Force, Dodson flies Boeing C-17s, large military transport planes. Dodson was commissioned into the Air Force as a second lieutenant the day he graduated from Georgia. He graduated in the top 10 percent of his class from flight school and was able to choose which aircraft he would fly. “My dad was in the Air Force too, and I remember him telling me that if I chose to go fly for Air Mobility Command, I would get to see the world,” Dodson says. He started his first C-17 assignments in Charleston, S.C., completing missions that took him across the Atlantic. He also worked as an executive officer for a squadron commander, taking on leadership roles and responsibilities. After five years in Charleston, Dodson was reassigned …
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