U. S. Army as a Helicopter Technician



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Timothy G. Wahlberg

Employment Narrative

Mr. Wahlberg entered aviation in 1963, when he joined the U.S. ARMY as a Helicopter Technician. During his military service he demonstrated his ability to participate and lead in the fulfillment of mission readiness and completion. The helicopters operated in diversified environmental elements and under hostile conditions where he was both a helicopter mechanic and gunner. The U.S. Army awarded Mr. Wahlberg the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, the Vietnam Campaign Medal and the U.S. Army Air Medal with 18 Oak Leaf Clusters.


After receiving his Associate of Science degree and Airframe/PowerPlant license from LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE in 1969, Mr. Wahlberg joined EVERGREEN HELICOPTERS, INC. as a Helicopter Mechanic. He distinguished himself by consistently providing high operational readiness in remote worldwide operations from the jungles of Peru to the Arctic territories. Mr. Wahlberg was promoted to Director of Maintenance in 1972, where he oversaw both line and depot maintenance. He personally managed and adapted maintenance programs and ancillary equipment that complimented service reliability to a diversified worldwide fleet. Mr. Wahlberg returned in 1981 to be the Executive Vice President and later, the President, of this diversified company.
In 1976, Mr. Wahlberg became Director of Operations at EVERGREEN AIR CENTER, INC. outside of Tucson, Arizona, a new acquisition of Evergreen Helicopters. This operation is an FAA approved unlimited repair station. The depot maintenance capability includes both helicopters and large transport category aircraft up to a Boeing 747. He established a new organizational structure and grew the workforce, while assuming responsibility for maintenance production, quality control, component shops, material supply, major modifications, and sales. Later, Mr. Wahlberg returned and became the President, built a new maintenance facility and market, giving the operation a broader customer base.
In 1979, Mr. Wahlberg returned to Oregon to assume the responsibility of Vice President 0f Maintenance for EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES, INC. He was entrusted with the responsibility for all maintenance programs, planning, quality control, major overhauls and line maintenance. Mr. Wahlberg oversaw the maintenance of a diversified fleet of more than 48 transport aircraft, including DC-8, DC-9, B-727, B-747, L-188 and Falcon 20 aircraft. The Airline provided international cargo and passenger services to a worldwide market. By 1986, Mr. Wahlberg was promoted to Executive Vice President, and then in 1987, to President of this rapidly growing airline. His duties included the daily leadership, operational management, and financial guidelines of a company with over 1,100 employees at several domestic and international bases. He is credited with the decisive development of a company generating $320 million in profitable revenue.
Under Mr. Wahlberg’s leadership, there is a strong focus on safety and work ethics, the agility to respond rapidly, reliable services, and profitability.
In 1992, Mr. Wahlberg assumed the position of President of EVERGREEN AIRCRAFT SALES AND LEASING COMPANY. This company specializes in sales and leasing of aircraft, engines, and parts for both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. Some of its other capabilities include: parts for both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. Some of its other capabilities include: parts consignment; material management; component exchanges and loans; and aircraft appraisals. Evergreen has bought and sold over 1500 aircraft during its 45 Years of Service.


Timothy G. Wahlberg

Employment Narrative (Continued)

In 1994, Mr. Wahlberg was promoted to President of EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL AVIATION, INC., the parent company for the Evergreen family of companies:

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Evergreen Air Center, Inc.

Evergreen Helicopters, Inc.

Evergreen Unmanned Systems


Evergreen International Airlines, Inc.

Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises, Inc.

Evergreen Aircraft Sales and Leasing Co.

Evergreen Aviation Ground Logistics Enterprises, Inc.

The Captain Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute

In 2005, Mr. Wahlberg was promoted to Chairman of EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL AVIATION, INC. His duties were focused within all areas of the Evergreen organizations. His primary objectives were building leadership, mentoring, closing on international and domestic, government and commercial aviation sales and services opportunities, ALPA negotiations for the Airline pilots, hiring personnel, working with lendors, vendors, and legal matters.


Mr. Wahlberg was also Chairman of the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. He was able to add some unique aircraft to the museums including the MiG-29, MiG-23, Euro Hawk, H-37, and soon-to-come the Orbis DC-10 Flying Eye Clinic.
Mr. Wahlberg’s thoughtful and receptive management style won him broad support at Evergreen, one of the most diverse aviation enterprises in the world.
In 2013, Mr. Wahlberg left the employment of EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL AVIATION, INC. and started a new company called WAHLBERG Aviation Services, LLC. The new company is capable of providing and array of support services for large and small companies.



Past-Chairman, President and Board Member
Evergreen International Aviation, Inc.

Evergreen Helicopters, Inc.

Evergreen Air Center, Inc.

Evergreen Aircraft Sales and Leasing Company

Evergreen International Airlines, Inc.

Evergreen Aviation Ground Logistics Enterprises, Inc.

Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises, Inc.

Evergreen Unmanned Systems

Evergreen Equity Inc.


Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

Memberships & Board Member

Helicopter Association International (HAI) Chairman and Board Member

Helicopter Executives Association (HEA) Board Member

Indiana-ASEAN Council, Founding Member and Board Member

International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading (ISTAT) Board Member

National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) Vice President and Board Member


Airline Transport Association (ATA) Board Member
International Federation of Helicopter Associations (IFHA) Chairman and Board Member
International Peace Operations Association (IPOA) Board Member
National Air Carrier Association (NACA) Vice President and Board Member

Conquistadores del Cielo Board Member
Honors

HAI Member for Life Award

Delford M. Smith Leadership Awards in EIA and EHI

Evergreen Helicopters Bob Fortain Memorial Maintenance Award


U.S. Army Cross of Gallantry

Gulf War Campaign Medal

Vietnam Campaign Medal


Air Medal with Eighteen Oak Leaf Clusters
Bell Helicopter Lifetime Achievement Award

Lane Community College Distinguished Alumni Award
Civic Service

Lane Community College, Aviation Technology Advisory Committee Chairman

Board of Directors, Valley Community Bank

Special Olympics Sponsor

McMinnville Chamber of Commerce

McMinnville Athletic and Swim Club
Education / Certification
U.S. Army Helicopter Maintenance School

Airframe and PowerPlant License
A.S. Degree, Lane Community College

Personal

Tim and his wife, Linda, have been married for 40 years and are the parents of two children and grandparents of two. They reside in McMinnville, Oregon.




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