Captain Stanley Ulualofaiga Snow grew up in Carson, California and graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah with a degree in Justice Administration in 1983. In 1995, he earned a Master of Aeronautical Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a double major in Aerospace Operations and Aviation Management. Captain Snow is currently Assistant Chief Pilot for United Airlines San Francisco Flight Office - home base for 2100 pilots and staff. He has been a pilot for United Airlines for over 25 years with over 10,000 hours of flying experience and is currently qualified as a B-767 and B-757 Captain. He previously flew the B-737, B-747, B-777, DC-10 and A-319/320 aircraft. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member at Utah Valley University where he has been teaching online courses with the Aviation Science Department for the past 10 years. Colonel Snow served in the U.S. Air Force as an A-10 pilot and as an instructor in the AT-38B while on active duty. He has the distinction of being the first of only four Samoans to earn U.S. Air Force pilot wings. After leaving active duty, he served in the Hawaii Air National Guard flying a wide variety of missions around the world in the F-15, C-130 and KC-135 aircraft before retiring after 30 years of military service as Director of Operations, Headquarters Hawaii Air National Guard. Stan and his wife Lani raised their four children in Hawaii and now live in Cedar Hills, Utah. He is a member of the LDS Church and served an LDS mission in the Washington D.C. area. His hobbies include enjoying time with family, playing music and engaging in exercise/outdoor activities.