President and Founder
Alan Arcand was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He served in the United States Airforce. He was stationed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina, Alan served as a crew chief on an F-15 fighter jet. He also volunteered for the Honor Guard and had the privilege to participate in multiple funerals and numerous presentations and flag folding ceremonies. As an Air Force Crew Chief, his jets oversaw President Ronald Reagan’s funeral.
Alan served his final four years in the Air Force as an Aviation Maintenance Instructor while working towards degrees in both Aviation Maintenance and Instructor of Technology. Alan continued his education at Embry-Riddle University and received a Bachelor’s degree with honors in Professional Aeronautics and a double minor in Aviation Safety and Management. A back injury sustained while on active duty ended Alan's military career early, he received a medical discharge in 2009.
Later in 2009, he opened a successful automotive repair business and became active in politics with the Republican Party. In 2012, Alan was elected by the Republican Party to serve as a delegate and attended the 2012 Republican National Convention. From that point forward, Alan continued to serve the Republican Party and is now continuing his mission to defend our constitutional rights by founding America’s Constitution PAC. Arcand is a businessman and an Air Force veteran. Born and raised in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan he and his wife, Nancy, have three boys.