Chris Baur Bio
President, Consulting and Technical Services
Hughes Aerospace Corporation
Chris Baur is a dual-rated ATP with more than 11,000 hours, a certified aircraft dispatcher and flight instructor. He is a retired Military pilot, who served in the Army, Coast Guard and Air Force (ANG) and currently a Captain at a major U.S. Airline, rated in the Boeing 737,757,767,777. His helicopter background includes flying the longest oceanic rescue mission in history, flown in a USAF HH-60G Pavehawk. Chris also is type rated on numerous helicopters, including the BH-206, SA-365 and HU-369. He flew Part 91 and 135 commercial helicopter operations in the Northeast during the 1980s. Chris is a former Federal Law Enforcement Officer/Pilot for the U.S. Treasury Dept. He is the recipient of 1995 the FLEOA Medal of Valor for Heroism, presented by Attorney General Janet Reno. Chris participated as a judge for the 2008 Rotor & Wing Search & Rescue Heroism Award.