Air Force Association welcomes Mr Greg Hood AO to our Podcast Program.
Greg has more than 41 years’ experience in Aviation, beginning his career with almost a decade of service with the Royal Australian Air Force. Post his Air Force time, he had a wide range of operational, training and leadership roles across the civil aviation industry.
From 2016, Greg served for 5 years as Chief Commissioner and CEO of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Australia’s national transport safety investigation agency. During this tenure, he inherited the search for MH370 producing 530 investigation reports, personally attended a number of tragic multiple fatality accidents including Essendon airport and Renmark, and attended the loss of the fire-fighting C130 near Cooma.
Greg holds qualifications as a glider and powered aircraft pilot, and is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, a Freeman in the Honourable Company of Air Pilots, and a Life Member of the Qantas Founders Museum.