Bryce Anderson


Bryce Anderson is from Salt Lake City, Utah where he entered the U.S. Army as a Medical Service officer and later attended U.S. Army flight school. Bryce is an experienced Senior Army Aviator, instructor pilot, program manager and leader with a demonstrated history of working in DoD acquisitions, aviation, Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), and aerospace industries. Bryce holds a Master of Aeronautical Sciences in Safety and Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Program Management Level 3 certified.
Bryce served in various air and ground command and staff positions in numerous overseas assignments and deployments. His most notable assignments were Commander, United States Army Aviation Detachment (USAAD) Ft Drum New York / Yakima Washington, Brigade Executive Officer for 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, Chief of Current Operations (CHOPS) for 10th Mountain Division in Bagdad Iraq, MEDEVAC Officer for Army National Guard Bureau, and Product Director MEDEVAC under PEO Aviation.  After Bryce retired in 2016, he joined the Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) team where he served as the MEDEVAC Program Integrator.
Like other leaders at Vita, Bryce has faced challenges with hoist operations. He is dedicated to getting our fighting force a tool that will enable air crews to exploit the six feet per second capability of the rescue hoist.

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