Gregory Allen "Greg" Feith (born August 5, 1957 ) is a former American Senior Air Safety Investigator (now retired) with the National Transportation Safety Board. During his time at the NTSB, Feith worked as an Air Safety Investigator (Field) Unit Supervisor, Regional Director, and Senior Air Safety Investigator. Feith was also the U.S. Accredited Representative and Team Leader of six American investigators who climbed Mt. Illimani to an elevation of 21,223 feet MSL, to conduct the on-scene wreckage examination of Eastern Air Lines Flight 980, a Boeing 727. This is the highest accident site in commercial aviation history. He was the Investigator in Charge of the NTSB "Go-Team" from 1993 to 2001. Feith earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Studies from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, where he currently remains on faculty. Feith is a pilot himself, and owns and flies his Piper PA-24 Comanche. He has a vehicle registration plate of "CRASH1".
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1. Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University Colleges/University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (generally referred to as Embry-Riddle or ERAU) is a private university in the US specializing in aviation and aerospace engineering. It teaches the science, practice, and business of aviation and aerospace. Called "The Harvard of the Sky" by Time Magazine in 1979, Embry-Riddle has a history dating back to the early days of aviation. Students enroll in one of two residential campuses located in Daytona Beach, Florida, and Prescott, Arizona, or in Embry-Riddle Worldwide, composed of over 150 campuses around the world including online learning. Embry-Riddle Worldwide serves working civilians and serving military personnel. According to AMTSociety's Aircraft Maintenance Technology Embry-Riddle has one of the largest and most well-regarded Aerospace Engineering programs in the USA.
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