Lieutenant Commander John A. Roberts was piano accompianist for the Choir 1978 - 1981 while a flight student. He returned to Pensacola to direct the Command Choir in 1987. At that time, the Choir's name changed once again. It was now known as the Naval Aviation Choir.
Lt. Kurt Statts took over as director between 1992 and 1994. Performances included Washington DC White House Gardens, New York City Fleet Week and Yankees Baseball Game National Anthem among many other performances across the continental US.
LCDR Brian Swan, Navy Medical Service Corps was the final director of the choir from 2000, until it was disbanded in 2002.