LtGen Stalder Named National Commander of MCAA

12 September 2012

LtGen Keith StalderPower Ten, Inc.‘s LtGen Keith J. Stalder, USMC (Ret) has been named the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association. Stalder follows LtGen (Ret) John Castellaw at the 100th Anniversary of Marine Aviation observance in Washington, DC in May.

According to LtGen Stalder, ” The Marine Corps Aviation Association is a great association that is blessed by the support of industry at levels, from the largest corporate sponsors to the small businesses like Power Ten, Inc., and MCAA is deeply appreciative of all that industry does for the us.”

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. MCAA Logo During his 37-year career, he flew every Marine Corps aircraft in combat, except the EA-6B Prowler and the AV-8 Harrier.

The Marine Corps Aviation Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and recognize professional excellence in Marine aviation, support the fraternal bond of its membership, preserve Marine aviation heritage and safeguard the future of Marine aviation through awards programs, events and publications.

Congratulations on being named the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association, General Stalder!

Key Information POWERTEN, Inc.

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