LtGen Keith J. Stalder, USMC (Ret)
LtGen Keith J. Stalder, USMC (Ret), began his career in the Marine Corps in 1972. He earned his wings in February 1975, initially flying the F-4 Phantom. He served in a wide variety of assignments and commanded units at every level prior to his retirement in September 2010. During his 37-year career, he flew every Marine Corps aircraft in combat, except the EA-6B Prowler and the AV-8 Harrier.
LtCol Raul A. Sifuentes, USMC (Ret)
LtCol Art “Mad Mex" Sifuentes retired from the Corps after 22 years flying helicopters and the occasional fixed-wing airplane to bag extra flight time.
Deputy Executive Director
CWO-4 James R. Casey, USMC (Ret)
CWO Jim “Crash” Casey was a door gunner in Vietnam, and spent the remaining 19 years of his 32 year USMC career as a Crash Crew and Expeditionary Airfields Officer.
Roxanne joined the MCAA team in August of 2010 and is in charge of advertising sales for both for The Yellow Sheet and the MCAA Journal Magazine.
Pam “Shooter” Lawrence came to us after 25 years with the Marine Corps Shooting Team in Weapons Battalion, MCB Quantico.