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Mr. Major LaRowe is an Assistant Professor at Daniel Webster College in the School of Aviation Sciences. His instructional area is in the core courses of the Aviation Management Degree program. Major has 24 years of military aviation specializing in aircraft operations, training, standardization, maintenance, and safety. In his spare time and while on vacation, Major flew charter aircraft and taught as an adjunct professor. He holds FAA and CAA licenses and aviation qualifications as a commercial and instrument multi-engine land fixed wing and helicopter pilot. He is also a FAA licensed Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic.
Major received his Bachelor of Science in Education (BSED) at Montana State University (Billings), his Master of Aeronautical Science (MAS) at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, his Master of Public Administration (MPA) at the University of Montana, and his Master of Strategic Studies (MSS) at the US Army War College.
Major’s honors include: Collegiate Honors Graduate, ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate, Who’s Who in America’s Colleges and Universities, Master Mason, and combat veteran.
Major’s favorite and most important interests are Family, being a Father to his Family, being a husband, dogs, horses, and service to the community. He has served as a Methodist Church Trustee and as a School Board Member. Coach LaRowe helped with Cal Ripken baseball in the Lakes Region League.
Major’s favorite toys are airplanes, helicopters, trucks, and boats. That does not mean he owns any.
Yes “Major” is his first name, as his Mother wanted him to have a job—so what is in a name?