| Executive Director and Chief Pilot-
Pat has extensive aircraft maintenance and flying experience.
He is a rated helicopter and fixed wing pilot,and licensed A&P mechanic. He started at the young age of 15 at Planes of Fame in Chino, Ca. He served in the U.S. Army on the UH-1 Huey, AH-1, U8D & F, U-21 and OH-58 Kiowa. He later joined the Air
National Guard and crewed O-2's, T-33's, F-4 Phantoms, and
KC-135 Stratotankers. He has traveled the world and retired from the ANG in 2000. Pat is a Aeronauticl World Record holder for flying the OH-58 cross country setting a speed record.He leads his crew with professionalism and enthusiasm for the future.
| Aircraft Painter/Marketing Director
Shayne Meder, Msgt, USAF Retired.
In the Air Force Shayne worked in the Aerospace Equipment. field and later B-52's &KC-135's. After she retired she started working at Castle Air Museum in Merced Ca. After 3 years there, she moved to March Field Air Museum. While there she oversaw the restoration of 35 of the museum's 67 aircraft. She also did nose art on the KC-135 tankers and C-141 aircraft at March ARB. After 8 years there she left in 2005 and joined Wings and Rotors museum. She also volunteers her time to paint H-60 helicopters for the U.S. Navy at NAS North Island in San Diego and has gone to Japan, Guam and Washington to paint for them as well. She has painted over 30 H-60 aircraft.
Here she is applying her skills in maintenance, painting and marketing to help the museum grow into its full potential.
| Aircraft Mechanic
Roxane started out as our "apprentice." First working for Shayne at March Field Air Museum, she learned there how to prep and paint aircraft. With her thirst for knowledge and growing interest in aviation, she has demonstrated the ability and passion to learn about aircraft maintenance and flying. She has now attended the Valley College in San Bernadino and now has her A&P license. We are all proud of her outstanding accomplishments. She also assists Shayne in painting Navy H-60 Seahawks.
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