Board of Directors

Dave Barron - CEO/Director

Co-Founder of LHL - U.S. Army Air Cavalry OH-58 Scout  & UH-1 Crew Chief / Mechanic. Retired Los Angeles County Firefighter Paramedic. Airplane & Helicopter pilot, A&P Mechanic. Former Volunteer mechanic and pilot Wings and Rotors Air Museum. Former  SAR pilot & Past Commander  MCSO Air Posse

Paula Barron - CFO/Director

Co-Founder of LHL -  Private Pilot, Manager- Volunteer services at Benevilla, Emergency Medical Tech. for MCSO Posse, Medical instructor, Past Chairwoman The 99's Womens Pilots Association of Phoneix,  Past volunteer Pilot Wings and Rotors Air Museum, 

Michael "Craig" Clary -Director

Co-Founder of LHL Former Volunteer Wings and Rotors,  Planes of Fame and Carolina's Air Museums. Webmaster Oscar-Duece.com, Ground Coordinator Anderson RAP airshows, Director Southern FAC Museum project.

Our Awesome Volunteers

Scott Hurst - Veteran U. S. Army Aviator

Pilot, A&P Mechanic

Ron Dwight - Master Aviation Fabricator

Carl Long - Veteran USMC Aviation

SSGT USMC Avionics Tech UH-1N/AH-!W Helicopters. Aviation Electrician, QA & CDI, Metal fabricator. The most talented all-around mechanic we've ever met !!!

Jake Lucas - Drive Train restoration specialist

Wilbur Hartle - Veteran USAF

 Master Fabricator

Joe McClusky - Veteran USMC

- Fabricator

Tyler Davis - Mechanic Apprentice

Audree Davis - Management Intern

Currently attending the Air Traffic Mangement degree program at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Az.  Wildland Firefighter and Manager at Culvers. Solo student Pilot. 

Dave Vailancourt- Veteran USAF

Retired master Sgt. USAF Aircraft Mechanic, Retired Northwest Orient Airlines. A&P Mechanic.

Tony Cartland - Veteran USN

An Airedale as he calls himself Tony is a Veteran of Naval Aviation. He is, with his Wife Marion commander of a Sea Cadets unit in Glendale Az. A Honeywell technician and aviation electrician and airframe fabricator. Tony is heavily involved with the USN Stem Program

The Sea Cadets

A number have gone on to serve on active duty while others are continuing their education these model young citizens work hundreds of hours to see 174 come back from a wreck to a ship that is often mistkenly assumed to be a flyable aircraft. That is a tremendous compliment !!!

Ron Dwights Grand daughters

In the true spirit of Rosie the Riveter the girls came out to help, giving us a chance to share Ron's wonderful photograph. .

About Us

 

Anthony Keith Clary
Born and partly raised in Hemet, California
has been volunteering on the restoration of O-2A Skymaster 7646 since August 2nd 2015

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