United States Air Force
Both HFM’s Founder and Executive Director had long and distinguished careers in the US Air Force, spanning from the start of the Cold War through more recent conflicts. It is their strong connection to the Air Force that guides the Museum’s focus.
More about Major General Bill Anders' Career can be read here
USAF aircraft, flown by Bill and Greg include:
Vice President & Executive Director
Greg’s flying background is primarily military flying. Graduating from the US Air Force Academy in 1985, he spent 15 years on active duty and 6 years in the Idaho Air National Guard flying A-10′s for 190th Fighter Squadron at Boise. In the Spring of 2003 he was activated for a four month deployment to Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and flew 27 sorties in the A-10 during major combat operations, and numerous combat sorties during the build-up. He has also been mission qualified and an instructor pilot in the F-15E and the B-52. His military flying experience also includes flying in the F-16 B & D, F-15 B & D, F-18, T-38, AT-38 & T-37. On the civilian side he is currently flying the P-51 and most of the other museum aircraft, as well as his AT-6D “Hog Wild Gunner”. Greg frequently lends the T-6 to the museum for displays and flybys.