Vintage Aviation Museum

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Sat. Sept. 26th

 4-6pm PST

WWII P-51 ace Bud Anderson will join us for a live virtual / online presentation and question and answer session. Here is your chance to learn history from a man who lived it. Only 1,000 tickets are available so get your tickets before they sell out. 

Members of the viewing audience will be able to participate in the question and answer session.

Clarence Emil "Bud" Anderson (born January 13, 1922) is a retired officer in the United States Air Force, a triple ace of World War II, and the highest scoring living American fighter ace. During the war he was the highest scoring flying ace in his P-51 Mustang squadron. Towards the end of Anderson's two combat tours in Europe in 1944 he was promoted to major at 22, a young age even for a highly effective officer in wartime. After the war Anderson became a well regarded fighter test pilot, and a fighter squadron and wing commander. He served his wing commander tour in combat in the Vietnam War. He retired as a full colonel in 1972, after which he worked in flight test management for McDonnell Douglas.

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