Cpt. Max F. Scheck

  • Abitur, 1985

  • Active Duty, US Air Force, trained paralegal, 1986-1990

  • Active Reserve US Air Force, 1990-2012

  • University Studies Geography/English & Economics, University of Trier, 1990-1992

  • ATPL-Training at the German Lufthansa Flight Academy, Bremen and Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 1992-1993

  • Various extended US Air Force Reserve tours; completed training as aircraft accident investigator, active participation in several aircraft accident investigation boards, 1994-2008

  • First Officer Boeing 737, Lufthansa, 1996-2001

  • Bachelor of Science, Professional Aeronautics, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, 2001

  • First Officer Boeing 747, Lufthansa, 2001-2004

  • Senior First Officer Boeing 747, Lufthansa 2004-2008

  • Associate of Science, Paralegal, Community College of the Air Force, 2004

  • Senior IMA Paralegal, Headquarters US Air Forces in Europe, Ramstein Air Base, 2004-2010

  • Master of Aeronautical Science, Dual Specialization Safety & Management, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, 2006

  • Trainer/Facilitator – Human Factors und Crew Resource Management, Lufthansa Flight Training, since 2007

  • Adjunct Instructor, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, since 2007

  • Captain Airbus A320, Lufthansa since 2008

  • Senior IMA Paralegal, Headquarters US Air Force Legal Operations Agency (AFLOA), Joint Air Base Naval Facility, Andrews, MD, USA, 2010-2012

  • Vice Chairman Research Network Academic Pilot Training (Forschungsnetzwerk für Verkehrspilotenausbildung) (FHP e.V., since 2013)

  • Active member of Flight Safety Division of German Airline Pilots´Association (Vereinigung Cockpit)  since 2014 – engaged in Qualification and Training, as well as Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems working groups. Various publications in aviation, holder of the Legion of Merit of the US Armed Forces

  • Airline captain DLH A 320