Meet IAMA Volunteers Rob & Teena Ray
Meet IAMA Volunteers Rob & Teena Ray.
Rob (also and more commonly known as “Smokey”) and Teena both work for Southwest Airlines.
Rob, a former Air Force F-16 pilot, is now Captain up front on the flight deck of a Southwest Airlines 737. Smokey’s flying career spans from his teens logging hundreds of hours towing banners over Florida beaches to one of the most advanced cockpits in aviation, an F-16. He is also an A&P
IAMA Spotlight: Mission Safety International
Mission Safety International (MSI) was founded in 1983. Their purpose is to promote safety, security, and operational excellence within the mission aviation community and related agencies.
We accomplish this through conducting safety seminars, safety audits, publishing safety material (including accident, incident, and “Share Your Experience” reports), assisting with accident and incident investigations, assisting with developing operations manuals, and coordinating safety resources around the world.
We work in any country where missionary aviation is active.
Our website is www.msisafety.org
Here are a few recent testimonials about our work from field missionary pilots:
IAMA Spotlight: United Indian Mission
UIM Aviation is the aviation ministry of UIM International.
Our purpose is to develop reproducing, culturally-relevant churches among Native Americans and Hispanics in Canada, Mexico and the United States.
IAMA Spotlight: Wings of Faith
Wings of Faith Ministries, Inc., founded in 1975, is a Missionary Aviation organization dedicated to providing faith-based support to missionaries who are ministering to people who are suffering and in dire need.