Greg “Sully” Sullenberger
Greg Sullenberger retired at the rank of Corporal after spending 20 years with the Pennsylvania State Police. Greg served as a Patrol Trooper, a Patrol Supervisor, a Training Instructor, the Collision Investigation and Training Coordinator, and as a full time Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Specialist.
Greg attained ACTAR accreditation in 1995 and has been qualified as an expert in many counties in the state of Pa., also in West Virginia and Maryland, and in federal court. He has also qualified as an expert in Occupant Kinematics.
Greg was deputized as a United States Marshall and worked on the forensic mapping team at the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001. Greg and the other members of the team mapped all of the evidence and created a diagram for the FBI. The team was commended, by the FBI, for their work.
Greg is currently an adjunct instructor for the University of North Florida and teaches crash investigation courses internationally. Greg has been an invited guest speaker at several crash conferences around the United States and in Great Britain and Denmark.
Greg is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, the National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialists, President of the Pennsylvania Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Society, and the National Eagle Scout Association.
Greg was published by the SAE on the topic of Pedestrian Impact on Low Friction Surface. The SAE paper number is 2014-01-0470.