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David B. Morton, Short Bio: AFS-80: FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Office, Washington, DC

David Morton is a recently retired Aviation Safety Inspector and the National Law Enforcement UAS Program Resource manager within the FAA’s Flight Standards UAS Integration Office. He has worked in the FAA since his 2008 retirement from the Department of Justice, United States Marshals Service, Air Operations Division in Oklahoma City where he served as the Director of Safety and a Captain flying domestic and international operations for the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System. He is rated in multiple transport aircraft including the Boeing 737, 727 and DC/9-MD-80 and is a former Naval Aviator. Mr. Morton has accumulated over 14,000 flight hours.

He is a graduate of the Navy Post-Graduate School’s Aviation Safety School and the University of Southern California’s Aviation Safety Management and Accident Investigator certificate program. He graduated with Honors from the Florida Institute of Technology in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Transportation Technology.  He later earned a Master of Science in Aerospace Science with minor in Aviation Business Management and Safety from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.  Mr. Morton is a veteran of operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm and has received several personal decorations during his military career. He has been published in AIR BEAT Magazine and is frequently invited to speak to diverse government and civilian audiences about Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Aviation Safety, Safety Management Systems, Organizational Culture and Organizational Change Management. In 2003, he was awarded the Interagency Committee for Aviation Policy (ICAP) Federal Aviation Professional of the Year for significant contributions to Federal Government Aviation Safety and he remains an active member of the ICAP. Most recently, Mr. Morton was recognized as the FAA’s Aviation Safety Inspector of the Year, and this past November, he was distinguished as a recipient of the Department of Transportation “Secretary’s Silver Medal Award” for Meritorious Contributions to Aviation Safety.

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Kelly Neubecker

Kelly Neubecker is an Attorney at Law and a retired Navy Air Traffic Controller with a B.S. in Professional Aeronautics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Kelly has been involved with the aviation community for over 30 years and is a former FAA Headquarters employee.

Kelly is also a Project Engineer for ENSCO, Inc. where she is responsible for airspace planning and safety management of the Space Florida Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) initiative. Most recently, Kelly has written proposals for UAS Test Sites and developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and guidance documents for UAS operations within the State of Florida.

Prior to that assignment, Kelly was employed with AAR Airlift Group providing Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 135 expeditionary airlift and specialized aircraft modifications. As part of AAR’s diverse products and services for government and defense customers, Kelly served as the Rotary Wing Program Manager supporting critical U.S, Government and NATO allied operations in Afghanistan.

Prior to AAR, Kelly was an Air Traffic Control Specialist at FAA headquarters in Washington D.C. As an assigned Airspace Specialist within the Airspace, Regulations, and Air Traffic Control Procedures Group, she developed regulatory language within Title 49 of the United States Code and policies for the planning and utilization of the navigable airspace, including proposed changes in airspace allocation and air traffic regulations. She has specialized experience in UAS and regulatory efforts associated with safe integration into the NAS, including Safety Management Systems (SMS) hazard identification, analysis, and risk assessment. She provided subject matter expertise on the original FAA small UAS rule and served on numerous airspace class SMS panels. She was also the Air Traffic Program Lead on proposed outdoor laser operations.

Kelly was a prior Public Defender in Virginia Beach and a member of the Virginia State Bar. She is also a member of the RTCA SC-228 and SAE G-10T subcommittees and is actively involved with AUVSI.

Kelly lives in Cocoa, Florida and is a certified open water scuba diver. She has a family of one dog, two cats, and a horse.

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Christina M. Engh

Christina Engh is an Army Reserve Blackhawk Pilot and Brigade UAS Advisor. Christina started her Active Duty Navy Career in 1994 in the Electronic Warfare program where she graduated as Honor Graduated from her “C” school. She went on to deploy on both the USS Inchon (MCS-12) and USS Bataan (LHD-5). After her six-year enlistment was over, she joined the Virginia Air National Guard as a weather forecaster. Once again, Christina graduated as Honor Graduate, and quickly earned her 7-Level Air Force Weather Forecaster’s Badge. While forecasting for the 82nd Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg, NC, she realized that she needed to actually be in the air, flying, not on the ground forecasting. She submitted her flight packet and was selected to attend the Army’s Initial Entry Rotary Wing course at Ft. Rucker. She chose the Virginia Army National Guard as they were slated for deployment immediately following her flight school graduation. Less than six months after graduation, Christina was flying combat missions in Iraq, accumulating over 1,000 combat hours in one year. Upon their return, she volunteered for Operation Jump Start along the southern border where she was able to earn her Day/Night/NVG Pilot-in-Command status. She quickly integrated with Customs and Border Patrol, particularly the BORSTAR agents as they became essential crewmembers for every-day missions. Christina joined the Florida National Guard where she quickly saw the need for mentorship of the Unmanned Aircraft Platoon.

After attending school at Ft. Huachuca, AZ, she again volunteered for a deployment to Afghanistan. Capitalizing her expertise as the only 150U in country, she rewrote the Unmanned Aircraft Section for the Aircrew Procedures Guide for Afghanistan and incorporated unmanned aircraft into the document. As the Contractor Representative for the first civilian-run airfield in Afghanistan she was instrumental on the safe integration of manned/unmanned airfield operations. She enlisted local translators to translate passenger briefs into local dialects. Upon her return to the US she was hired on as a contractor for the FAA UAS Integration Office (AFS-80) where she brought a level of experience not seen in the office. She aided in the original draft and adjudication of the FAA Roadmap, conducted extensive research for the Interoperability Memo, and provided guidance on ASTM, RTCA and ICAO documents.


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