Terry Miyauchi started his public safety career in the mid-1980s and served in the U.S. Army as an AeroScout pilot during the Reagan-era cold-war. Through the years, he has worked as a command pilot, instructor pilot, standardization pilot, safety officer, and regional aviation manager. He most recently retired from the Arizona Department of Public Safety where he served as a statewide Commander. Mr. Miyauchi holds a bachelor’s degree in Professional Aeronautics and master’s degree in Leadership, both from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He has amassed more than 7,000 commercial helicopter hours in more than 15 helicopter types and holds FAA pilot ratings in helicopters, airplanes, gliders, and lighter-than-air balloons. Today he serves as the Public Safety Segment Manager for Bell (non-sales!) and has the privilege of working exclusively with Police, Fire and SAR units globally.
June 12, 2023
How Many Funerals Does It Take? Preventing Tragedy in Public Safety