Barry "Bdog" Hancock has had warbirds and aviation in his blood since he was a kid. With nearly 3500 hours of flight experience, most of that in warbirds, Barry holds a Commercial license and is a Certified Flight Instructor specializing in upset recovery, spin training, and aerobatics. Bdog is one of the few civilian pilots to fly in formation with military F/A-18 Hornets and has also lead a formation flight of 26 aircraft at the world famous Airventure air show in Oshkosh, WI. Barry has acted as Lead pilot for a 9 ship air show demonstration team on the West Coast in addition to many other mass formation flights. Barry also ran one of the largest formation clinics in the country, All Red Star, for 7 years and has conducted formation ground schools for over 10 years. Hancock is also the owner of Worldwide Warbirds, Inc., and has flown dozens of warbird aircraft including the Stearman, T-6, T-28, Yak-50, Yak-52, L-29, L-39, CJ-6A, and many more, and currently flies a low-level aerobatic routine in the T-6. Additionally, he is an active aerobatic competitor in the Pitts S2C, and also a Formation Instructor holding a Check Pilot rating with the CAF TRARON Association. Barry has a passion for sharing this type of flying with people and also gives back to the aviation and military community by volunteering with the Commemorative Air Force, performing missing man formations, and writing articles for various flying publications. He regularly speaks to youth and special interest groups about making dreams come true through our unique gifts and talents. He and his wife Michelle reside in Lindon, UT, are the proud parents of 6 appropriately troublesome children.
Chuck is a retired CPA (35 years in practice) who lives in Indiana (see the former Confederate A.F. is getting Yankees involved!). He holds Commercial ASEL, AMEL, ASES, Instrument Airplane, and Glider certificates. He is Lead qualified in CAF, NATA, J LFC, & Stearman Flight. Currently Chuck owns and flies the following aircraft: T-6G, Husky (wheels, skis, floats, and amphibious), Stearman, PT-17, F-1 Rocket, and Aztec “E”.