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Don Weiss (Elected to Board 2014) is a retired Chief Test Pilot for the Northrop Grumman B-2 Bomber and a retired US Marine aviator. Don and his wife Constance Anne were married in 1975, have 5 children and 12 grandchildren. He is a 1974 graduate of the US Naval Academy earning a B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering and regular commission on the US Marine Corps. In 1976 he graduated with a Masters in Aeronautical Engineering from the Naval Post Graduate School. Don became a Naval Aviator in 1977 and did tours with MAG 31/ VMFA 333, and MAG 46/ VMFA 134 flying F-4s and FA-18s. He is a USAF Test Pilot School graduate of class 82A at Edwards Air Force Base. Following graduation he was an Operational Test Director with OPTEVFOR/ VX-4 flying the F-4, F-14, and FA-18. Don joined then Northrop and the B-2 program in 1987 along with joining reserve Marine aviation. He retired from the Marine Corps in 2004 and from Northrop Grumman in 2023. On his flying career Don accumulated over 7000 hours; over 1000 hours in each of the F-4, FA-18, and F-16, and over 2000 hours in the B-2A. Don is a Life Patron of the Flight Test Museum Foundation.