ANCIENT WARS MUSEUM started out as a concept for Chief Executive Officer James Brocker. Before, during and beyond the Vietnam-Era, Capt. Jim, as his friends call him logged over 13,000 flight hours as a Command Pilot and Flight Instructor in airplanes and helicopters… with several crashes in-between. His theater of operations carried his contract flying to many places across the globe, from Central America, South America and across the South Pacific and beyond. These trips were not all work as he always found time to meet many friends and during these visits they managed times to do both of his two favorite things, game hunting together and searching for old, relics and artifacts. During his career Capt. Jim also owned and operated several multi-divisional corporations in the South Pacific where he became known for his creative business ideas. Never lacking ideas, he also authored several best-selling history books and even found time to manage an airport. Presently he is on the board of directors of both an L.L.C and a 501 ©3 corporation.
Blanca Brocker, manager and co-founder of ANCIENT WARS MUSEUM is the wife of James Brocker. She is of Native American descent, bilingual, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Library Science. In her past, she managed a Children’s Library in a major United States city and has experience as a head curator, museum and gift shop manager, and exhibit designer. Presently she on the Board of Directors of both an L.L.C and a 501 ©3 corporations.
Eric Brocker is the co-manager and co-founder of Ancient Wars Museum; son of James and Blanca Brocker. He shares the same Native-American blood as does his mother and is a bilingual translator. He currently enrolled in college for his degree in Graphic Design. Eric also is working as the museum’s assistant curator, inventory controller and security chief. He maintains his NRA Life-Benefactor Membership and has his State of Alabama Concealed Weapons permit. Presently he is on the Board of Directors of both an L.L.C and a 501 ©3 corporations.