About Larry Webb
Larry Webb graduated from Kent State University in 1972. Kent State was followed by a seven-year tour of duty flying fighter attack aircraft in the Marines.
Following the Marine Corps, Larry was an application engineer specializing in inertial guidance and control of aircraft, missiles, and spacecraft.
In 1987, the Aviation bug again bit Larry and he left Aerospace to build a flight school and aircraft dealership business at the Camarillo Airport. Larry’s involvement with the re-startup of the Taylorcraft Aircraft Manufacturing company evolved into an Industrial consulting business. Larry specialized in custom designed Automated Machinery and industrial laser cutting operations.
Larry’s original calling remained to the Law. He attended the Ventura College of Law at night and realized his life long dream of being an Attorney.
Larry's hobbies include golf, flying, sailing (Larry lived on a 50 ft sailing Ketch for eight years and now races a Ranger 33) scuba diving, skiing (Alpine and Nordic) and driving his 1972 Alfa Romero Spider
Captain Larry Webb, USMC circa 1978