Bill Davis

Bill graduated first in his class from the Air Force Academy with a triple major in Electrical Engineering, Economics, and Management. He also earned an MBA from UCLA before starting USAF pilot training.

Bill is a former fighter pilot, logging over 2,500 hours in the T-37, T-38, and F-15 during a 22-year Air Force career. Bill retired as an Air Force colonel and joined United Airlines, flying both Boeing and Airbus aircraft, pushing his total flight time to over 17,000 hours.

Based primarily in Washington DC, he served as the Chairman of the Retirement and Insurance Committee for ALPA Council 11 for over 13 years. He was named as the 2016 Brodigan-Forsythe Award winner for the most significant career contributions to his fellow C-11 pilots.

After United, Bill served as the Chief Financial Officer for AOCE, a Defense contracting firm with $120M annual revenue primarily training Air Force Special Operations aircrew.

Bill has continued to provide benefits counseling to pilots since his United retirement, working for Cleary Gull, Johnson Financial Group, and LRC Aviation Advisors. He enjoys making a positive difference in pilots’ lives by helping them navigate the complex, time-sensitive steps in their retirement transition for medical, dental, vision, and other benefits. Bill strongly believes that with proper planning and professional advice, pilots can best achieve their financial goals.

Bill is married to Annette and they have 3 children, 10 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren (soon to be 3). They live at the Dogwood Airpark (VA42) in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Bill has owned his Cherokee Six for over 30 years and enjoys using it to visit his grandchildren.

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