We began our careers as military pilots before attending medical school. In addition to other areas of specialization and board certification, we are all designated FAA aviation medical examiners, residency trained in Aerospace Medicine and graduates of the Naval School of Aviation Safety. After years of helping friends and colleagues keep their medical certificates and stay in the air, we founded Wingman Med so we can do the same thing for you. As pilots, we understand the imperative of maintaining your FAA medical certificate and the urgency of getting it back when you lose it. As doctors, we specialize in getting it done. 


Dr. Daniel Monlux

Medical Director

Dan is a Senior FAA AME who is board certified in Family Medicine and Aerospace Medicine.  He has helped thousands to maintain their flight medicine certifications. He started his career in the U.S. Navy and has more than 2500 flight hours including combat service in the F/A-18. A commercial pilot for more than 20 years, he is now a certified flight instructor for single engine, multi-engine, and instrument flight.

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Keith is a TOPGUN trained adversary pilot turned Aerospace Medicine physician with over 2000 hours in high performance aircraft including the F/A-18, F-16 and F-5. He holds multiple military flight instructor qualifications, an airline transport pilot certificate and CFII. He is board certified in Aerospace and Occupational medicine and is an FAA Senior AME.

Dr. Keith Roxo

Commercial Operations Director


Landon is a former U.S. Navy helicopter pilot, predominantly in the MH-60S, and has served as both an Aviation Safety Officer and an aviation mishap investigator. He has been a commercial pilot for 15 years and holds helicopter, single engine land and instrument ratings. He is an Aviation Medical Examiner and is residency trained in Aerospace Medicine. 

Dr. Landon McKinley

General Aviation Operations Director