Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation (PCVF) welcomes new board member, Michael Maloco. Maloco has previously organized PCVF Veterans Weekend fly-overs. He brings his service in the Air Force and experience in his self-run medical manufacturing business to PCVF.
Maloco was born in Scotland and immigrated to the US in 1966. He graduated from CSU-Northridge and the College of the U.S. Air Force. He began serving in the Air Force Auxiliary in 1976 and later attained the rank of Colonel. Maloco also owned and operated a medical manufacturing business with 360 employees.
Maloco is a passionate pilot who is known by his flying moniker “Viper” and owns a vintage aircraft, a T-34, housed in Camarillo. He assembled the largest flyover for the Veterans Parade finale with more than 2 dozen planes.
About Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation
Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation has dedicated itself to honor all local personnel who are currently on active duty or have honorably served in the United States military; preserve their military history and legacy by establishing and operating a museum exhibiting to the public the accomplishments of the military and illustrating their dedication and sacrifice. For more information, visit www.pcvf.org, or call (805) 259-4394.