Chuck Hall

Chuck Hall (call sign "Odin") retired as an international airline captain flying Boeing 747ís. Between his professional and private flying endeavors, he has over 30,000 hours of flight time to his credit. His professional career began as a 19-year-old airline pilot flying the North Pacific between Alaska and Japan. During his airline career he rose to Vice President of Operations for a major U.S. airline. Chuck was Chief Pilot on the L1011 program for the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, during which time he was elected to membership in the Society of Experimental Test Pilots.

Chuck graduated first in his class as an Army Aviator and spent his military career flying helicopters. He is a graduate of the University of Alaska. During a span of almost 20 years he participated in the Reno Air Races as an unlimited class race pilot flying various P-51 Mustangs. Chuck won several races and was always a top contender.

Today, Chuck is very active in the civilian warbird community and is qualified in most of the former military fighter aircraft in civilian inventory. As a member of the Air Force Heritage Flight Demo Team, he participated regularly in air shows nation-wide with his P-51 Mustang "Six Shooter".

Chuck was inducted into the Living Legends of Aviation in January 2009.