Joshu Osmanski: Experienced Navy Pilot

Prior to his career in business consulting and real estate investing, Joshu Osmanski was a fighter pilot in the United States Navy; someone who manned and flew an F/A-18 in service to his country.

A fighter pilot for more than five years, Osmanski enjoyed the opportunity, and the thrill, of traveling and performing maneuvers at amazingly fast speeds, and of sharing the skies with fellow pilots who themselves enjoyed the rush of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Fighter pilots like Joshu Osmanski are put through rigorous testing and training throughout their careers, and are required to complete many hours of flight training and procedures even prior to stepping into a plane.

Such pilots are required not only to have 20/20 vision, but to have the mental toughness and fortitude needed to overcome challenges and make decisions on a moment’s notice.

The training and experience Osmanski received in the US Navy provided him the background, discipline and focus needed to build and maintain the successful career he enjoys today.

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About Joshu Osmanski

Joshu Osmanski joined the United States Navy in 2009 after he graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering. He built his career within this branch of the United States military. He became a naval pilot. He was a pilot for five years. He served in the military from 2009 to 2014 before pursuing other career options.
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