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F-117 Stealth Fighter Association

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    The F-117 Stealth Fighter Association was chartered as a non-profit corporation in the state of Nevada, to organize and coordinate periodic reunions celebrating key         events in the history of the F117 Aircraft, by those individuals involved in the creation and operation of the F117 Stealth Fighter Aircraft.

    F-117 Stealth Fighter Association Mission Statement

The Stealth Fighter Association is an affiliation of individuals brought together by the common bond of association with the world's first stealth fighter, the Lockheed Martin F-117, produced by the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works for the United States Air Force. Our mission is to preserve the memory of our struggles to attain a stealth combat capability second to none, maintain the legacy of the F-117 Nighthawk, maintain the bonds of brother and sisterhood between those who contributed to make the awesome combat capability of stealth a reality, and act as a governing board to oversee the planning and execution of periodic reunions at either the five or ten year periods.



Board of Directors

Stealth Fighter Association Elections:

During the 30-year reunion, held at Crowne Plaza Hotel in San Diego CA, June 22-24, 2012, a meeting was held on June 23rd to conduct a business meeting and elect a new Board of Directors.

Current Board Of Directors 2012-2017

Andy Papp President, Stealth Fighter Association
Lou Gum Vice President, Stealth Fighter Association
Mary Burris Secretary/Treasurer, Stealth Fighter Association
Greg Meland Board Member, Communications, Stealth Fighter Association
Kent Burns Board Member, Stealth Fighter Association

During the 25-year reunion, held at Green Valley Ranch in Las Vegas NV, June 21-24, 2007, a meeting was held on June 23rd to conduct a business meeting and elect a new Board of Directors.The Membership of the SFA consisted of 695 active members.

Board Of Directors 2007-2012

Bill Lake President, Stealth Fighter Association
Scott Ogden Vice President, Stealth Fighter Association
Mary Burris Secretary/Treasurer, Stealth Fighter Association
Greg Meland Communications, Stealth Fighter Association
David Walker Web Art Director, Stealth Fighter Association
Tammy Ward Web Master, Stealth Fighter Association
Doug Robinson Board Member, Stealth Fighter Association
John Zink Board Member, Stealth Fighter Association

During the 20-year reunion, held at Caesars Place in Las Vegas NV, June 28-30, 2002, a meeting was held on June 29th to conduct a business meeting and elect a new Board of Directors.
The Membership of the SFA consisted of 545 active members.

Board Of Directors 2002-2007

Dave Wells President, Stealth Fighter Association
Art Weyermuller Vice President, Stealth Fighter Association
Sherrie Bouche' Secretary/Treasurer, Stealth Fighter Association
Jay Tweed Communications, Stealth Fighter Association
David Walker Art Director, Stealth Fighter Association
Keith Pedersen Web Master, Stealth Fighter Association
Tammy Ward Database, Stealth Fighter Association
Mike Harris Board Member, Stealth Fighter Association
Doug Robinson Board Member, Stealth Fighter Association

The first official meeting was held on Aug 13, 1993, Las Vegas NV with Gary Pulliam acting as temporary Chairman. The original incorporators of the Corporation, Mary Miano, Sara Anthis and Joseph Abood, tendered their resignations and a new Board was elected.
Initial Membership of the SFA consisted of all 345 in attendance at the 10-year reunion held in Las Vegas at the Hilton, May 22-25, 1992

Board Of Directors 1992-2002

Mike Harris President, Stealth Fighter Association
Margi Perchetti Vice President, Stealth Fighter Association
Marijo Higginbotham Secretary/Treasurer, Stealth Fighter Association

  • Stealth Fighter Association
  • PO Box 151196
  • Fort Worth, TX 76108-1196
  • The Stealth Fighter Association is a non-profit company registered with the State of Nevada. Contributions made to the SFA are NOT tax deductible.