Mr. Aaron

Mr. Aaron is a 1988 Graduate from the United States Air Force Academy where he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Astronautical Engineering. Following graduation he attended Undergraduate Pilot Training at Williams Air Force Base where he received the Daedalian Award for dedication to the field of aviation. Upon graduation, Mr. Aaron was hand selected to remain at Williams Air Force Base as an Instructor Pilot. Following his tour, Mr. Aaron was again hand selected to train as an Aircraft Commander in the B-1B. After only one year as an Aircraft Commander, he upgraded as an Instructor Pilot where he served as the Chief of Tactics and Training.

Mr. Aaron left the active duty in 1998 and began flying B-1B’s with the Kansas Air National Guard. In 1999, Mr. Aaron joined United Airlines as a pilot. Following the tragic events of 9-11, Mr. Aaron returned to the active duty where he served as an Air Liaison Officer with the 82d Airborne. A few short weeks after being recalled, Mr. Aaron led forces in Al Fallujah Iraq in the performance of his duties. In recognition of his work during this time, Mr. Aaron was awarded the Bronze Star.

Upon his return following combat, Mr. Aaron joined the United States Air Force Parachute Team where he served as Assistant Operations Officer, Operations Officer and Commander. In 2010, Mr. Aaron moved to Houston where he served as Commander, Air Force Senior Reserve Officer Training Corps for the Houston area. His oversight included Rice University, University of Houston, University of Saint Thomas, and most community colleges in the Houston area. Mr. Aaron retired in December 2013 and rejoined United Airlines in March of 2014.

Following his return, Mr. Aaron formed A. T. Aaron Law, P.L.L.C. In addition to his Bachelor of Science in Astronautical Engineering, Mr. Aaron has a Masters in Aviation Sciences from Embry Riddle University and a Doctor of Juris Prudence from the University of Houston. He is a graduate of Squadron Officer’s School, Air Command and Staff College, Air War College, Maintenance Course for Operational Commanders, and Air Force Safety School Commander’s Course.

He is married with four children.