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  1. Mercury 13 Female Candidate & Aviator
  2. WWII Flying Tigers Ground Crew
  3. Tuskegee Airmen
  4. Doolittle Raiders 'Navigator crew #13'
  5. Kim Campbell  (2)
    Pilot of U.S. Air Force, awarded with the Distinguished Flying Cross for action in aerial combat after flying a mission over Baghdad/Iraq
  6. Air Demonstration Squadron
  7. Col USAF (RET) WWII 6 Victory Ace, 479th fighter group
  8. St. Lt. 339th Fighter Squadron; Yamamoto Mission April 18th 1943 flew the p-40, p-39, p-38, p-43, p-51, p-80, t-33 and 56 others
  9. WW2 Pilot
  10. WWII: 506th Bomb Squadron, S 44th Bomb Group, 8th AF; shot down, became a POW. On Oct. 14th, 1947, he flew the B-29 carrying the X-1 in which Gen. Chuck Yeager broke the speed of sound. 2months later he began flight test work with the YB-49 Flying Wing
  11. First USMC Ace during WWII--[18 victories]
  12. B-24 Liberator Pilot/32 missions w/747 Squadron/456 Bomber Group/Noted Aviation Artist
  13. Tail Gunner 'Enola Gay'
  14. ace (WW2)
  15. Lieutenant General William Keir 'Bill' Carr, CMM, DFC, OStJ, CD (born March 19, 1923) is a retired Canadian Air Force officer. As the first commander of Air Command, he has been described as the father of the modern Canadian Air Force
  16. Ann Shaw Carter holds the distinction of being Whirly Girl #2. She was the first woman in the United States licensed to fly a helicopter. She flew, among others, the Bell 47B, the world?s first commercially certified helicopter. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Ann
  17. Tuskegee Airmen
  18. Tuskegee Airman
  19. youngest female to fly a plane across america
  20. Ralph Carter  (2)
    Early Birds of Aviation Member/Soloed 1911
  21. Flight aviator, chief test pilot Boeing
  22. Retired 4 star USAF General. Former commander of Strategic Air Command. Flew final flight of continuous airborne Operation Looking Glass
  23. Flight aviator, NACA test pilot
  24. Air force general
  25. WWII American Fighter - Ace (9 Victs.)- USAAF
  26. JFK - Air Force One flight engineer 1961-1980; served for John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Jimmy Carter. Chappel was in Dallas on 22 November 1963
  27. Lead Air Crash Investigator in the Lockerbie Bombing on board Pan Am Flight 103 that occurred December 21st 1988
  28. Brig. Gen. E. Daniel Cherry is commander, U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service, and deputy chief of staff for recruiting service and commissioning programs, Headquarters Air Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. currently retired
  29. U.S. Marine Corps officer, first American who received the British Distinquished Flying Cross since World War II on March 21, 2007. Major of the USMC
  30. Flight aviator or test pilot on F-100/F-107/F-108/YF-12/XP-86/P-80/P-59/P-40/A-36/P-47/FW-190/ME-262/A6M - ZERO/KI-45
  31. WWII Pilot Ace- Part of the famous ''Zemke's Wolfpack''--[21 victories]
  32. Flying Tigers-armorer
  33. WWII veteran, B-17 bomber pilot, born 1923. Professor Emeritus, U of Michigan, Mechanical Engineering. Michigan Aviation Hall of Fame
  34. WW2 fighter ace - 7 Kills - US Navy - Navy Cross
  35. Ground crew for many early blimps including Akron and Hindenburg
  36. US fortieth and last Fighter Jet Ace of the Korean War. Flew F-80s, F-84s, F-86s, F-100s, F-101s, F-4s and F-111s
  37. Retired American Air Force lieutenant general and flying ace, born November 13, 1927. Was commander of the Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. As of October 2019, only living American fighter ace of the Korean War
  38. WWII pilot - Battle of Britain
  39. German pilot
  40. Member of the Flying Tigers (AVG) WWII
  41. aviator
  42. He and Ross Perot Jr. on 30 September 1982, completed the 1st around-the-world helicopter flight when they landed Spirit of Texas at their starting point at Dallas, Texas
  43. Professional Speaker/1966, while flying combat missions over N. Vietnam, Captain Gerald Coffees reconnaissance jet was downed by enemy fire. He parachuted but was captured immediately & spent the next 7 years as a Prisoner of War in the Hanio Hilton
  44. Tuskegee Airmen
  45. Jimmy Doolittle's copilot in the first bomber to launch from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet on the famous Tokyo Raid/Doolittle Raiders
  46. Hindenburg Survivor Born: 04/18/1914
  47. WWII Fighter pilot. Flew P-47s and P-51s. 4-kills, including a German ME 262 jet fighter on 31 March 1945. 78th Fighter Group, ETO
  48. Test pilot
  49. A-12 pilot, CIA pilot
  50. American WWII Fighter Ace (6 Victs.)- USAAF
  51. 'One of few Nurses to Tuskegee Airmen' 'Received Gold Medal from President Bush with Tuskegee Airmen'
  52. P-47 Thunderbolt Ace during WWII-[5 victories] Member of the 56th Fighter Group
  53. WW2 Flying Ace - USAAF - 12 Kills - DSC
  54. Goodyear Blimp Pilot
  55. 'Brigadier General'
  56. George Cooper  (2)
    X-4 test pilot
  57. 419th FLTS project pilot
  58. KCB, CBE, DSO, MC 5/27/1887-1985) British Army officer & linguist. Lieutenant-General in charge of air defense of Great Britain. 1940 he went to France to help evacuate British troops from Cherbourg, boarding the last ship to leave port
  59. Test pilot! Named 1966 Pilot of the Year by the International Order of Characters, Cotton has been awarded a Legion of Merit, Air Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal and the Aerospace Walk of Honor (1997)
  60. Flew 193 miles in a lawn chair strapped to helium balloons (Bend, Oregon - 07/07/07)
  61. US Marine aviator, born 1936. Served as the recovery helicopter co-pilot for some early NASA Mercury flights, including first US man in space Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, and Ham the Chimp before the manned missions. Served in Vietnam also
  62. James Cox  (2)
    LCDR - US NAVY Blue Angels
  63. Original Tuskegee Airmen, was one of the first African Americans in the country and the first from Arkansas to be trained by the federal government as a civilian licensed pilot. Born 01/13/1919
  64. Tuskegee Airmen, WWII
  65. Test Pilot
  66. Doolittle's Raiders crew #10 Navigator/Bombadier
  67. WW2 Veteran-Bataan Death March
  68. WWII Fighter Pilot Ace with the 357th fighter Squadron and 355th Fighter Group - 5 Kills - POW - USAAF - DSC
  69. World war 2 fighter ace- 7 Kills - USAAF, Born Jan 17, 1919
  70. 'Tuskegee Airmen' '617th Bomber Squadron Pilot'
  71. WWII Australian Fighter Pilot Ace-5.66 (RAF) 260 Squadron
  72. worls war 2 air ace
  73. WW2 Marine Flying Ace
  74. Korean War Fighter Ace (5 kills)- USAF
  75. WW2 Fighting Flying Ace, 52nd FG - 14 Kills - USAAF - DSC
  76. Parachute jumper