David Pasahow was appointed to become the next Commemorative Air Force Chief of the General Staff at the last General Staff board meeting on January 16. Col Pasahow will succeed Randy Wilson, who has served to term for the past two years.
Col Pasahow joined the CAF in 2007 and became a member of the CAF Dallas-Forth Worth Wing in 2009. He served as a Chairman of the CAF Foundation between 2012 and 2015 and is currently a member of the Vision Committee for the CAF National Airbase. Pasahow was instrumental in the CAF’s acquisition of D-Day C-47 That’s All, Brother, and remains dedicated to its restoration and flight.
Col Pasahow is the founder of Blue Line Advisors, an executive search and leadership firm focused on the aerospace, transportation and other selected sectors. He has more than 30-years of experience in executive and leadership consulting services. He is a private-instrument rated pilot who owned a Pilatus P-3 for eight years and now flies a 1956 Cessna 182. Pasahow resides in Dallas with his wife Claire.