February 7 Library Lunchtime Lecture to Feature Officer, Pilot Stan Cash
In honor of Black History Month, the Library Lunchtime Lecture scheduled for February 7 at Houston Cole Library will feature retired Army officer Stan Cash. The event begins at noon in Room 10B of Houston Cole Library and is free. Please bring your lunch and join us for this engaging speaker!
Stan Cash is a husband, father, and retired Army officer who considers his crowning achievement in life is to be called a servant of God. He has a real passion for the Word of God, and a penchant for people.
As a career Army Officer serving on active duty, Stan Cash served in a myriad of command and staff positions from company commander to battalion commander; and as an aviation intermediate maintenance officer during Desert Storm/Desert Shield in Turkey and Northern Iraq. Stan was initially commissioned as an armor officer and later Army aviator after completing flight training at Fort Rucker, Alabama where he completed the US Army’s helicopter and airplane flight programs. He is rated in the AH-1S Cobra, UH-1 Huey, OH-58 Kiowa, AH-64 Apache, T-41 and T-42, aircraft. Stan commanded an AH-64 Attack Helicopter Battalion at Fort Hood, Texas and taught fluid dynamics and airplane stability and control courses as an assistant professor at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.
Stan attended North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry; and he attended North Carolina State University, where he received a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering.