A former spy plane pilot is stepping into a new leadership role.
Charles P. “Chuck” Wilson was chosen to serve as Chairman of The Cold War Museum’s Board of Directors.
Standing at 7172 Lineweaver Road in Warrenton, The Cold War Museum features an assortment of artifacts that tell the story of history.
Wilson is replacing Charlie Ray, a US Ambassador who began leading the board three years ago, according to a release from The Cold War Museum.
In addition to serving as a U-2 Pilot, he worked for the Department of State and in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
A former Commander and Executive Director for Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) District 10, Wilson also previously Chaired the Potomac Region Veterans Council (PRVC).
Rich Anderson now serves as Chairman of PRVC, which organizes activities for veterans and organizations.
Wilson is a Goyak Group Consultant as well as a Smithsonian Air & Space Museum Docent and Military Aviation Lecturer. He also speaks on C-SPAN and the “Air Warriors” program that’s shown on the Smithsonian Channel.