Join the Vintage Aviation Museum and aviation legend WWII P-51 ACE Col Bud Anderson USAF Retired for a live "virtual/online" PAY PER VIEW presentation, WWII stories, questions and answer session.
Here is your change to learn history from a man who lived it.
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.
Tickets are only $5 and all proceeds support the Vintage Aviation Museum.