With nearly 20,000 hours flying both fixed and rotor-wing aircraft, Ed leads by example instilling an attitude of service. He has made saving lives his mission in aviation for more than 30 years.
Director of Maintenance &
Vice President of Operations
Justin’s responsibilities include oversight and interaction with all the departments of Century Aviation & Emergency Airlift. Justin became an aviation maintenance technician during his service in the US Air Force. After the Air Force, Justin pursued a career in commercial aviation maintenance, landing at EAL Leasing, the parent company of Emergency Airlift. Justin manages a team of 12 in the maintenance department. The maintenance department is responsible for Falcon 50/900, Learjets, Citations, helicopters and various turbo-prop and piston aircraft.
Scott has more than 5000 hours as pilot-in-command of jet aircraft and manages the pilots of Emergency Airlift. He holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot license and is type-rated in our Falcon 50 & 900 air ambulances as well as the Hawker and Westwind jet series and turbo-prop aircraft. His responsibilities include performing check flights of pilots, staying current of all FAA and international aviation rules and regulations that affect pilots, working with the Compliance Coordinator to ensure pilots are current with required training and working with Dispatch to plan the flight crew assignment for extremely long air ambulance flights.
Cheree is responsible for the library of documents and records we must maintain about our aircraft and pilots. These documents and records are two of the many internal safeguards that Emergency Airlift is engaged in to uphold the highest values of aviation safety. These documents and records are frequently updated, and those updates are properly filed and disseminated to everyone in the company. Prior to joining Emergency Airlift, Cheree was a wildland firefighter / EMT-B for 3 years.
Manager of Flight Coordination
Josh has experience in emergency medical services, customer service and computer information science. Josh is engaged with his team, other Emergency Airlift teams and customers to create better flows of communications between everyone. Communications are vital to efficient air ambulance operations.
Dr. Little has 10 years of experience in urban and resource-limited Emergency Medicine. Dr. Little participates as the attending physician on air ambulance missions. He is a member of the Air Medical Physicians Association and enrolled in the Air Medical Core Curriculum. He welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with members of the air medical community and takes pride in helping patients and their families navigate the stresses of long-range transport. Dr. Little received his medical degree from Emory University and trained in Emergency Medicine at Emory University and Grady Hospital. He continues to work as an Emergency Medicine physician. Dr. Little has worked on volunteer medical projects in Nicaragua, Haiti, and Namibia. He was the program director for Global Emergency Care Collaborative in Rukungiri, Uganda where he worked to train local providers in emergency care.
Associate Medical Director
Director of Business Development
Joseph E. DiCorpo, B.Sc., M.M.Sc., P.A., earned a Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. He is Board Certified in Anesthesiology and licensed by the Composite State Board of Medical Examiners of Georgia. Joseph has more than 30 years of experience as a flight clinician, clinical director, and consultant in the travel assistance industry. As a flight clinician, he has performed more than 400 emergency aeromedical evacuations and repatriations and supervised many hundreds of others over his career.
Michael manages our relationships with customers and pursues new relationships with prospective customers. He identifies and builds opportunities of collaboration. Michael spent more than 30 years in the travel assistance and international emergency services industries in business development and operations management. He has traveled around the world as a business traveler, medical flight team member and interventionist in civil and natural disasters, including directing foreign mass casualty medevacs for two decades.