Dr. Andrew Breuder is a retired USAF Chief Flight Surgeon with over 1155 hours of military flight time in over 20 types of USAF and RAF aircraft, including 350 hours in the B-52G. Although not a pilot, during the last year of his Aerospace Medicine Residency Program (RAM), he and his classmates spent six weeks at Randolph AFB, TX learning how to fly the USAF’s primary jet trainer, the T-37. He is board certified in Aerospace Medicine and Medical Management and is also certified as a Physician Executive (CPE) and Medical Review Officer (MRO) for federal workplace drug testing programs. He has previously been designated as an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) by the FAA for 20 years. For the last seven years, he has been an Adjunct Instructor at both Daniel Webster College in Nashua, NH, and Southern NH College of Engineering, Technology, & Aeronautics teaching courses in both the “Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control” and “Human Factors in Aviation/Aerospace Physiology”. Dr. Breuder is a Fellow of the American Board of Preventive Medicine and the Aerospace Medical Association. Dr. Breuder holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Boston University, an MS in Astronautical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology, an MD from Boston University, and an MPH from Harvard School of Public Health.