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Clarence Emil "Bud" Anderson (born January 13, 1922) is a retired officer in the United States Air Force and a triple ace of World War II. During the war he was the highest scoring flying ace in his P-51 Mustang squadron. This was the same squadron as well known test pilot (and first pilot to break the sound barrier) and ace Chuck Yeager, and they have remained lifelong close friends. Towards the end of Anderson's two combat tours in Europe in 1944 he was promoted to major at 22, a young age even for a highly effective officer in wartime. After the war Anderson became a well regarded fighter test pilot, and a fighter squadron and wing commander. He served his wing commander tour in combat in the Vietnam War. He retired as a full colonel in 1972, after which he worked in flight test management for McDonnell Douglas. A member of the National Aviation Hall of Fame, Anderson has remained a sought after speaker at aviation and military events well into his 90s. More about Bud Anderson
The most expensive item with a signature of Bud Anderson (P-51D Mustang OLD CROWAutographed By C.E. BUD ANDERSON 357TH FG) was sold on eBay in June 2012 for $699.00 while the cheapest item (C.E. BUD ANDERSON SIGNED INDEX CARD WORLD WAR 2 TRIPLE ACE AIR FORCE BRONZE STAR) found a new owner for $0.69 in October 2015. The month with the most items sold (11) was June 2012 with an average selling price of $25.99 for an autographed item of Bud Anderson. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2012 with $99.95 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $9.95 was November 2017. In average, an autographed item from Bud Anderson is worth $26.52.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Bud Anderson that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|Bud Anderson Autographed Signed 1979 Topps Card #712 PSA/DNA #83311871||$59.99|
|Bud Anderson WWII War Fighter Ace Signed Autograph FDC||$40.99|
In total, we tracked 388 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Bud Anderson were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|$100 Japan WAR note signed by BUD ANDERSON Mustang ace||$9.99|
|Ace Bud Anderson signed book To Fly and Fight||$39.95|
|Ace of Diamonds signed by Mustang ace Bud Anderson||$11.00|
|Bud Anderson signed FDC-WWII Fighter Ace||$7.00|
|Bud Anderson signed FDC-WWII Fighter Ace||$16.95|
Col. C.E. "Bud" Anderson, World War II Triple Ace and Other Distinguished Veterans to Speak at Air Force Museum ... (10/16/14): History will come alive as military heroes from D-Day through Vietnam are celebrated with five films and distinguished presenters taking the stage to speak of their experiences. Reel Stuff Salute to Heroes will take place Saturday, Nov 8th at the Air Force Museum Theatre, Dayton, OH. (PRWeb October 16, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12252225.htm
Bud Anderson: Less active, but still lots of ideas (04/03/14): Floyd "Bud" Anderson may be ready to take a break from Log Lane Village politics, but he's still willing to offer his ideas and advice to those willing to listen.
Leonard “Bud” Anderson (03/03/14): Leonard Anderson, 86, Arden Hills, MN, formerly of Sanborn, ND died at Johanna Shores Care Center in Arden Hills on March 1, 2014. Funeral arrangements for Leonard have been entrusted to Oliver-Nathan Funeral Chapel, Valley City, ND. An online guestbook is available at www.oliver-nathanchapel.com
UPDATE: Missing man Leroy ‘Bud’ Anderson found safe (12/2013): The Sioux Falls Police Department says Leroy Harold ‘Bud' Anderson has been located safe and sound in Stickney, SD. The Sioux Falls Police Department first asked Friday for the public's assistance in locating Anderson, who is also memory impaired. He has been found safe, Saturday.
Artist Creating Tribute To World War II Pilot Bud Anderson (08/2013): The statue is a tribute to Bud Anderson for his service to our country, and the sculptor has fronted the money to get the project started. He’s spent hundred of hours focusing on all the details to get the sculpture of the 91-year-old World War II fighter pilot exactly right.