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Bradley Anderson

Chief Operating Officer 

Brad currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer for History Flight out of the Fredericksburg Office.  He is a distinguished U.S. Army War College graduate with a master’s in strategic studies.  He also received a master’s in management from the University of Maryland, a bachelor’s in government/history minor from the University of Maryland College Park (a terp) and graduated both the U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College, and the U.S. Army Logistics University.

Originally from southern Maryland, he has a family military service legacy dating back to the Revolutionary War.  He has ten direct descendants who fought in the Civil War, with representation on both sides.  During World War II, two of his great uncles served: one survived the attack on Pearl Harbor, the other, the Battle of the Bulge.  His late step-great grandfather survived the Bataan Death March as a private in the U.S. Army-Air Corps.  During the Korean War, both his paternal grandparents served in the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force.  His maternal grandfather was a civilian U.S. Navy fuels logistician during Vietnam. 

These examples of past wartime service motivated him to complete 33-years in the U.S. Marine Corps himself, having served both enlisted and as an officer, finally retiring in 2022 a lieutenant colonel.  In retirement, this joint force legacy continues to drive his passion to help find America’s lost heroes, to bring them home to their families, and keep America’s promise.