Everett Bennett
Milford, Delaware
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Education:

Bachelor of Science, Agriculture, BS, University of Delaware
Master of Business Administration, MBA, Wilmington University
Master of Science, Human Resources Management, MS, Wilmington University
Chartered Life Underwriter, CLU, American College
Registered Health Underwriter, RHU, American College
Registered Employee Benefits Consultant, REBC, American College
Group Benefits Associate, GBA, Wharton School and IFEBP


Professional Membership:

American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 

Previous Experiences:

Insurance Sales Managem​ent - AFLAC - 20 Years











Program Director - Delaware State 4-H Camp – 8 Years - held at Camp Barnes













Assistant Professor – University of Delaware – 5 Years
Agricultural Engineering Technology Classes - Courses taught: Electricity,
Hydraulics, FORTRAN Applications, Project Economic Analysis, Structures, HVAC











Charter Pilot – Seaboard Air Charter – 3 Years
Flights for River Pilots of the Delaware Bay and River Pilots Association












Agricultural Engineer – 20 Years
Sales and Installation of Automated Dairy Farm Equipment











U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery – HAWK Missile
Captain – Served as Firing Platoon Leader, Tactical Control Officer and Executive Officer
Miscellaneous:

Certified SCUBA Open Water Diver
Member National Association Rocketry (NAR) with Level 1 High Power Certification.

38th Artillery Brigade          Air Defense Artillery Center
         Korea                             Fort Bliss, Texas
Air Defense Artillery
   Branch Insignia
Military  and Moon Landing - 50 Years ago.
When the Apollo 11 Moon Landing was taking place, I was stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas after having returned from Korea.  During a recent visit to Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama, I took some pictures of the missiles that I worked with during my ARMY time.  The HAWK missiles, launcher and Loader-Transporter are on display at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.  It has been 50 years, since I worked with these missiles, and it was nice to see them.  Here are some of the pictures taken while I was at Space Camp.

This is a picture of our unit's missiles in Korea.
Here is a picture of a former Firing Platoon Leader and Tactical Control Officer with the HAWK missile and Launcher along with the Saturn V display of the type used for the Apollo 11 Mission in July, 1969.