Ken Window joined No 6 Flight Gympie in 1955 and rose to the rank of Cadel Pilot Officer.
In 1960, he enlisted in the RAAF Reserve as a commissioned officer, attaining the rank of Flight Lieutenant, and served as Training Officer with No 8 Flight Amberley. He resigned in 1976 when transfered to the Gold Coast as area manager of the company in which he was then working.
Ken's aviation interest won him a Commonwealth Flying Scholarship in 1969 which provided funds to train to commercial pilot standard.
He curently holds Private Pilot and Gliding Pilot licences and regularly acts as tug pilot for the Boonah Gliding Club.
Ken has a Commerce Degree from the University of Queensland, is a Fellow of the Australian Society of CPAs and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
His business background is in banking and finance and for 25 years, he was senior partner in his public accounting practice.
In addition to his involvement as Treasurer for the AAFC National Council, Ken was junior vice president of the Gold Coast Legacy Club and finance director of the Southport Golf Club.
He has been married to Beverley for 51 years and they have two children and three grandchildren.