Board of Directors
Timothy Clauss holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Military History from the U.S. Military Academy and a Master of Military Art and Science degree in History from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He served in the Army for more than 20 years and retired with the Rank of Major. He has been active in the living history community since 2002.
Peter Bronikowski earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology with minors in Naval Science, Chemistry, German, Theology, and Philosophy from Marquette University. He has 25 year’s of experience in Business development, program management, and field operations in the U.S. Government and private sectors specializing in satellite, terrestrial, wireless/cellular, and secure communications as well as cyber, and test & measurement. He proudly served as a Surface Warfare Officer in the Navy for 10 years.
Ryan Mead, CPA
Ryan Mead is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas and is highly qualified to serve as the WWII ALHA Treasurer. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a Master's of Science degree in Tax Accounting.
Michael Jobe is the owner of QMJ Business Consultants with more than 35 years' expereince in production and quality manangement. He brings his experience to the WWII ALHA having served on the board of directors for the Museum of the American Railroad. He is also member of the National Eagle Scout Association, class of 1976.
Erik Hersche is currently studying to complete his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. He has been active in living history since 2009.
ABOUT WWII ALHA
The WWII Airborne Living History Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit historical society dedicated to educating the public and preserving the heritage and legacy of the WWII airborne soldier. The WWII ALHA supports education through immersive living history events where visitors are surrounded with the sights, sounds, and smells encountered by the WWII airborne solider. The WWII ALHA strives to portray the WWII airborne soldier as accurately as possible while permitting visitors to explore a complete WWII "company street" complete with billeting tents, company headquarters, field kitchen, motor pool, and other aspects of camp life.Visitors are encouraged to ask questions and handle the wide array of equipment present in camp. With only a few exceptions everything in the camp is functional so that visitors may fully understand how the WWII airborne soldier wore the uniforms and used the equipment. Visitors can heft the weight of a machine gun, strap on a parachute, try on a parachutist helmet, or look through a soldier's footlocker. Just about everything is open for exploration. A visit to a WWII ALHA event is a hands-on, immersive experience for adults and children alike. If you would like to know more about the WWII Airborne Living History Association feel free to contact us using the contact form below. You can also visit out Facebook page.