Bill joined the Naval Reserve in 1968 and received his Naval Flight Officer wings in 1970. During the Vietnam War, he served as a Radar Intercept Officer (RIO) with Randy “Duke” Cunningham; the two were the Navy’s first and only “Team of Aces.” Bill received The Navy Cross, two Silver Stars, The Purple Heart, ten Air Medals, and a nomination for The Medal of Honor. He resigned from active duty at the rank of Commander and served as an Air Combat expert instructor at Top Gun for 20 years; he still serves there as a consultant.
Driscoll received a B.S. in Economics from Stonehill College in Massachusetts and a Masters in System Management from the University of Southern California. He resides in Southern California and is a community leader who continues to speak nationally. His most frequently requested topics are “Peak Pressure Performance” and “Top Gun.” His guidance provides organizations with the right tools to succeed when dealing with today’s ever-present tension, anxiety, and stress.
Next week: A profile of featured speaker Todd Hunter.