RBR Maintenance, Inc. recently announced they have hired Kenneth “Bo” Slajar as a Hawker Crew Chief. Bo joined the RBR team on March 24, 2014.
Bo’s aviation career started in 1985 when he joined the U.S. Navy, where he worked on FA-18 fighter jet airframes. While in the Navy, Bo attended Navy Leadership School, General Air Frames and Corrosion Control School, and Aircraft Firefighting School.
During his 20 years of service, Bo served in Desert Storm and Desert Shield, and served on multiple United States Ships, including U.S.S. Constellation, U.S.S. Independence, and U.S.S. Midway, among others. By the time Bo retired from the Navy in 2005, he had earned the title of Aviation Mechanic First Class – E6.
After retirement, Bo moved into the corporate aviation industry and has spent the last several years working with various Dallas-based aviation companies. Bo has the knowledge and experience to work on Citation, Gulfstream, Learjet, Challenger, King Air, and Beech Jet aircraft, but he specializes specifically in Hawker aircraft.
RBR will be exhibiting at the NBAA Maintenance Management Conference (MMC) in Tampa, Florida, April 22nd – 24th, Booth #503.
With over 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, RBR Maintenance, Inc., is a Certified FAR-145 Repair Station, offering complete maintenance, inspection, avionics installation and repair, structural repair and modification, as well as parts services for Hawker, Citation, Falcon and Gulfstream aircraft. Conveniently located at Dallas Love Field, RBR’s facility is equipped with the latest technology, equipment and the most highly trained technicians in the business. To learn more, or to schedule service visit www.rbrmx.net or call 214-351-6604.