Roland Galindo began his aviation career in the United State Air Force. He is a graduate of the USAF Technical Training School as an Aircraft Electrical/Environmental Systems Specialist. Roland has worked on numerous aircraft, including C-5, C-141, F-4E/G F-5E, T-33A, C-130, CT39A, HH-53, and WC-135A.
He was handpicked to be part of the B-2 Flight Test Program at Edwards AFB, CA for seven years, and completed his military career on the U-2 Dragon Lady Spy Plane.
Roland retired with Honors from the USAF after 20 years of service in 1999. He began working at Piper Aircraft in 2000, in the Experimental Flight Test Department as an Instrumentation Avionics and Electrical Technician. While at Piper, Aircraft Roland worked in the Avionics Harness Shop, Production Line, and Flight Line. Roland attended Community College of the Air Force studying Aerospace Technologies.