Col Willam Moran
During Col Moran’s 26-year USAF career he flew the B-52G, T-37, FB-111A, F-111A/D/E and B-1A/B. He flew over 300 developmental test hours in the B-1 Test program at Edwards Air Force Base, CA and subsequently gained membership in the Society of Experimental Test Pilots.
He commanded the 46 Bomb Squadron, a nuclear certified B-1B squadron and led his squadron to 12 “Time to Climb” aviation world records flying the first three record-breaking flights. During his command, the 46 Bomb Squadron received the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. His final assignment was vice commander of the Air Warfare Center at Nellis AFB, NV.
Col Moran assumed command of the Mt Washington CAP unit in Oct 2021. Col Moran also commanded the Laconia and Lebanon CAP squadrons. Col Moran was also the NH CAP wing commander from 2010-2014.