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DNR Pilot Has Dual Vocational Title

Charles Scott Also A Conservation Officer

 

Photo Courtesy Minnesota DNR

DNR Chief Pilot Christopher Lofstuen is pictured with a Cessna 185 Skywagon II.

Professional aviators frequently aspire to fly for an airline. Airlines are a big target, about 110,000 pilot positions exist in the United States.

Some pilots want to be in corporate aviation, and about 15,000 opportunities are available for that kind of work. Charles Scott wanted a job of which there are less than 400 in the U.S., but he was aiming at something even smaller.

Five people in the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources can claim the title of conservation officer/pilot and that was his desire. Charles Scott did become one of the five and achieved what has been his goal si...



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