Bruce N. Whitman, chairman, president and CEO of FlightSafety International, died at his home in Greenwich, Connecticut, on Oct. 10 after a brief period of failing health. He was 85. A former U.S. Air Force pilot, Whitman joined FlightSafety in 1961 as the number two executive. He held that position for the next 42 years until he became the top executive. A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, FlightSafety is one of the world’s foremost aviation training organizations and equipment ...


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