14 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS GLOBAL OPERATION-THE NAME YOU KNOW THE SOURCE THEY TRUST
Recipient of the 2014 Greater Miami Aviation Association (GMAA) Corporate Achievement Award
Recipient of the 2014 Miami-Dade Police Department Police Training Institute Training Award (Aviation)
Recipient of the 2015 Miami-Dade School Board Exemplary Dade Partner Award District Wide

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Well over a decade ago on the 100th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first powered flight, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group was established as an efficient and dedicated team of aviation professionals geared to serve and assist in the needs of the clients so as to assist them achieve their regulatory, technical, operational and productivity goals by applying a broad range of professional services in a relentless pursuit of excellence.

Friday, August 15, 2014

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Assist In a U.S. State Department Requirement In Supporting The Miami-Dade Police Department Special Response Team (SRT) In The Training Of The Guatemalan Special Forces / National Police

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez conduct the welcome introduction briefing to the Guatemalan Special Forces / National Police at the George T. Baker Aviation School library area prior to the commencement of the scheduled training event in support to the Miami-Dade Police Department Special Response Team

Members of the Guatemalan Special Forces / National Police stand at attention along their assigned seats as 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez walks front center before welcoming and addressing them

Miami-Dade Police Department Special Response Team (SRT) members, with Officer "D" on the left and the team training Sergeant Officer "T" sharing the Department introduction

Shown in the cockpit of the George T. Baker Aviation School along with 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez is Captain Codi Diamond who is a member of the (94th ACG) flight department and an integral part of all commercial aircraft technical / tactical training as the case with the prescribed training toward the Guatemalan Special Forces / National Police. Codi is also the President of Clipper Aviation Services Flight Training

Mr. J. Martinez of West Palm, Florida based JOMAR Tactical was present as the 94th ACG tactical coordinator and tactical subject matter expert. Mr. Martinez as well over a decade of real world, high security risk operational experience within the Middle East and as well a former Police Officer for the City of Raleigh, North Carolina

For sake of realistic training "FX" ammunition were used as evident with the Glock-17 Training pistols used to fire paint tip rounds. Theses pistols function and operate 100% like a real, lethal Glock-17 but ONLY "FX" ammunition could be fired from them 

Two of Miami Special Response Team (SRT) members inspect the training pistols before passing them out to their student in training 

Members of the Guatemalan Special Forces / National Police Team

Their "Tabs"

94th ACG Founder & CEO poised with the entire team in front of the Boeing 737-200 which was secured and obtained for the George T. Baker Aviation School by Benny back in 2011

The full end of the day, training mission accomplished pose by all who took part in the first aviation tactical training session every conducted by a Miami, Florida based aviation consultant group. Job well done by all who contributed to a worth wild training mission

Miami, Florida 15th August 2014: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) under the leadership of its Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez has become the first and sole South Florida aviation consultant company to have diversified their trade craft and migrated into the realm of tactical issues with a strong sense of "aviation" as evident with the recent training in which they created to support a U.S. Department of State mandate in the training of members from the Guatemalan National Police Special Forces in support of the Miami Dade Police Special Response Team (SRT) who hosted the Guatemalan Operators.
Utilizing the Boeing 737-200 which the (94th ACG) donated to the George T. Baker Aviation School of Miami, Florida back on 2011, the SRT Team was able to demonstrate "Linear Assault" tactics to the Guatemalan Operators all the while taking into account "certain" issues and items associated and common to all commercial aircraft's to be aware off when storming and forcefully entering a commercial aircraft that were advised of by the (94th ACG) in both a pre-training session classroom instructions and general aircraft walk around / awareness.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group & The George T. Baker Aviation School of Miami, Florida, Ltjg. Everett Alvarez, USN, Douglas, A-4C Skyhawk, VA-144 Tribute Continued Project Update

The "Stars and Bars" right hand, forward fuselage area

The left side of aircraft "411" is being noticed by the viewing traffic along Le June Avenue

U.S. Navy Attack Squadron, VA-144 "Road Runner" logo is coming along very nicely 

Note that jet intake red warning markings have been applied

Aircraft "411" left side tail and rudder area awaiting the required markings of the airwing tail code of "NK" indicating a U.S. Navy, U.S. west coast base squadron

Continued progress on the left hand side of the fuselage

Miami, Florida 15th August 2014: The ongoing effort by the George T. Baker Aviation School is evident by the visible progress toward the application of U.S. Navy Attack Squadron VA-144 aircraft "411" markings from the 1960 era of U.S. Naval Aviation.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group & The George T. Baker Aviation School of Miami, Florida, Ltjg. Everett Alvarez, USN, Douglas, A-4C Skyhawk, VA-144 Tribute Continued Project Update

The marking of then Lt(jg.) Everett Alvarez A-4C Skyhawk of U.S. Navy Attack Squadron VA-144 is slowly coming to life, as the George T. Baker students apply the quality work

The "Stars and Bars" being applied along the aircraft side number "411"

The carrier U.S. Constellation, CV-64 had the carrier air wing code of "NK" indicating that it was a U.S. West Coast based squadron. The "9578" are the last four digits of the U.S. Navy Buno identification number, sort of the civilian version of an FAA tail number. Note the "Warner Brothers Road Runner" head being applied. That was the squadron mascot representing the name "The Road Runner"

Another trait marking of U.S. Navy Attack Squadron VA-144 was the light bolt applied to both sides of the aircraft fuselage. In the 1960's U.S. Navy aircraft were adorned with very colorful markings, as the modern day tactical grey paint scheme was not in effect


VA-144 "The Road Runners"

Miami, Florida 11th August 2014: The George T. Baker Aviation School continues with their great effort toward bringing U.S. Navy Attack Squadron VA-144 Douglas A-4C, Skyhawk, "411" to reality.