Mr. Eric Gali attended the University of California at San Diego, studying electrical engineering, but ultimately found his passion at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He was even given the opportunity to earn his pilot's license as he was there. He was fascinated by all aspects of Aerospace Engineering and was determined to pursue and work in that field.
After receiving his masters in Aerospace Engineering, he began his work at Lockheed Martin and he currently specializes in the F-35 fighter jet in Sustaining Engineering. The F-35 is an all military based fleet consisting of reverse engineering, and around 40 people per one flight system which is the system that is worked on by Mr. Gali. Upon obtaining his pilot's license he was able to fly and test the engines worked on by the engineers. Mr. Gali is currently working on receiving his masters at The Southern Methodist University in Systems of Engineering.