Jack Milavic has led a distinguished 47-year career in international aviation standardization, certification, security, and management efficiency audits that spans civilian, federal and military posts.
Milavic has consulted for a variety of private and U.S. federal organizations including the Department of Defense and has served as an aviation legal consultant for various law firms. Prior to private consulting, Milavic served in the federal government for almost 30 years. He worked with the U.S. Department of State in the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Office.
Over the course of his 27- year tenure with the Federal Aviation Administration, he held various positions including manager, aviation safety inspector, accident investigator, and instructor for air carrier and general aviation. He also served as FAA aviation delegate to Peoples Republic of China and FAA representative to Central and South America.
In recognition for his accomplishments with the FAA, Milavic held the position of Chairman, Safety Standards Training Sub-Committee of the Interagency Committee for Aviation Policy, in which he developed, implemented, and conducted aviation resource management audits and evaluations for U.S. federal agencies.
Earlier in his career, Milavic flew as a military pilot for 35 years. He was a pilot, test pilot, standardization examiner, instructor pilot, and commander with the U.S. Army. His service included the US Army Special Forces and US Marine Corps 2nd Force Reconnaissance Company.