Lieutenant Commander George Sandor USN ( Ret. )
George Sandor has been a friend and associate of Chuck Mosely for over 39 years. George spent 30 years in the Navy and retired as a Lieutenant Commander and then spent 13 years as a Contractor supporting the Army/Air Force Special Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan war by assisting in repairing Battle Damage Repairs on UH-60, AH-64, OH-58 and the UH-47 helicopters. He has accumulated over 43 years in aviation experience and now looking forward in assisting on staging the old war-birds in museums. George has been involved with several type/model aircraft during his time in service such as the TS-2F, US-2B aircraft which were used in the Navy Pilot Training Program and logged over 2200 hours of flight time. He was flight deck trouble shooter for the F-4J Phantom on USS Enterprise and USS Kitty Hawk while deployed in support of the Vietnam War. Also George was selected as an aircrew to fly in the RH-53D and MH-53E aircraft in support of underwater mine warfare where he logged over 2800 flight hours supporting Vietnam and the Suez Canal in clearing active mines. George accepted a Commission as a Naval Officer in June of 1982 and served as Aircraft Division Officer, Maintenance/Material Control Officer and Assistant Maintenance Officer in numerous Commands. Selected to serve as Assistant Maintenance Officer for COMHELTACWINGLANT in support of UH-2, UH-3G, UH-46, RH-53D, CH-53E aircraft. He served on the USS Eisenhower (CVN-69) as IM-2 Division Officer supporting Carrier Air Group Seven (CAG-7) during Iraq war and was chosen to be the Officer in Charge of Corpus Christi, Truax Field Aircraft Intermediate Department for COMNAVAIRLANT in support of HELMINERON FIFTEEN (HM-15) when they were moved from NAS Alameda, CA to NAS Corpus Christi, TX due to BRAC. George and his wife, Charlene, are now retired and reside in Corpus Christi, TX .
George with his wife, Charlene, and friends, Bill English and Chuck Mosely.
George and his wife, Charlene.