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  1. Blue Angels, U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron C-130 Demonstration pilot
  2. First officer of the French Navy and joined on 16 August 1927 to the Compagnie Generale Aeropostale , a French airmail company, from which, after the nationalization in 1933, Air France emerged. He participated in the first postal service
  3. aeronautical engineer build- 1st solar airplaine; built first practical human-powered aircraft, the Gossamer Condor
  4. American aeronautical engineer & founder of AeroVironment & designer of human-powered aircraft that won the first Kremer prize. He devoted his life to developing more efficient transportation vehicles that could 'Do more wit
  5. Former American WW-Fighter Ace, USAF
  6. Gunner in the Dambusters Raid of 1943
  7. Commanding Air Officer Royal Air Force College Cranwell
  8. Canadian WWII-Fighter Ace
  9. SR 71 pilot
  10. Doolittle raider crew 14 bomber
  11. Civilian test pilot
  12. Tuskegee Airmen
  13. Last pilot of the Japanese pilots that attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941
  14. WWII fighter Ace 20.75 Vic. and Korea 3.5 vic. - USAAF - DSC
  15. First Female Pilot USAF Thunderbirds
  16. test pilot
  17. WW 2 fighter Ace (11 kills) flew Hellcats with VF-18 - USN
  18. Ww2 air ace
  19. Air ace ww11 - 8 Kills - USAAF
  20. Test pilot
  21. Tuskegee airmen ww2
  22. test pilot
  23. Us fighter ace ww2 - 5 Kills - DSC - USAAF
  24. Korean war ace - USAF - 6.5 Kills
  25. WWII veteran WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilot)
  26. 'WW2 Hump Crew Chief/Flew the Hump' 750 Flying Hours!
  27. Tuskegee Airmen
  28. Blue Angels, U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron C-130 Flight Demonstration Pilot
  29. commander 48th fighter wing
  30. First female F-35 pilot
  31. 'Easy Company' 'Member of a Band of Brothers'
  32. Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient, WWII United States Army
  33. WWII - Fighter Ace (8 victories) of the famous Sundowners Squadron (VF-11 of Carrier Air Group Eleven, Pacific Theater)
  34. Ww2 fighter Ace - 7 kills - US Navy
  35. Bill Maynard  (2)
    'Easy Company' 'Member of a Band of Brother'
  36. Fighter Ace, F-14 Tomcat pilot
  37. WWII USAAF, Fighter Pilot Ace-5.5 victories, 80/56 Fighter Group, 61 Fighter Squadron
  38. Flying Tigers-crew chief
  39. Spitfire Ace during WWII-[8 victories] Member of Eagle Squadron and the 9th TAC
  40. Doolittle's Raiders 'Navigator Crew #4'
  41. WW2 Fighter Ace - 11 Kills - USAAF
  42. Captain of AA96, also known as the Windsor incident
  43. Charlie McCoy  (2)
    US Army Air Corps WWII veteran. Bombadier on a B-29 crew based in Saipan, flew 13 missions over Japan. Part of the fly-over during the Japanese Surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay
  44. 'Tuskegee Airmen' '100th Fighter Squadron; Overseas Pilot, POW'
  45. Tuskegee Airmen
  46. Member of the famous Doolittle Raiders-Surprise bombing of Tokyo during WWII 'Pilot Crew #13'
  47. US WWII vet, born 1921. Army Air Corps, 54th Fighter Squadron mechanic. Worked in the Alaska Aleutian Islands for 28 months, 9 of them in Attu
  48. WW II pilot tuskegee airmen. Flew P-40, P-39, P-47, P-51 (WWII), F-51(Korea) and RF4-c (Vietnam)
  49. F-22 Raptor Pilot
  50. Marine Aviator. First female Marine to fly an F/A-18 on a combat mission. She flew 89 combat missions
  51. world war 2 fighter ace -5 victories, US Navy, VC-10 - Navy Cross
  52. Tuskegee Airmen ww2
  53. Flight aviator
  54. 'Tuskegee Airmen' (both Maintenance Chief & Pilot)
  55. 'Tuskegee Airmen'
  56. American WWII-Pilot, Sole Surviving Pilot Of The 'Lost Squadron'
  57. Test pilot
  58. Tuskegee Airmen & 761st Tank Battalion Member
  59. WWII - Pacific. Fighter Ace, 5 victories; US Navy (USS Essex). F6F-5 Hellcat 'Death & Destruction'; flew the very last CAP of the war - his is one of the many planes in the famous photos of the USS Missouri on Sept. 2nd, 1945, when Japan surrendered
  60. Test pilot
  61. Flight aviator, pilot
  62. Female pilot during WWII
  63. Test pilot
  64. German Flying Ace Of World War 2
  65. American chemist, born 1933. Served as the Launch and Flight Weather Officer for the first US satellite, Explorer I in 1958. Made the call to it for two days to avoid high upper winds. Worked on the 1st Intercontinental ballistic missile. Also a champion
  66. Test Pilot of Space Ship One, first private venture spacecraft to reach space
  67. Flight aviator
  68. 'Member of a Band of Brothers' '101st Airborne Division, 506th Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Easy Company'
  69. Tuskegee Airmen, fighter aircraft maintenance
  70. Pilot
  71. Member Early Birds of Aviation/devoted to history of early pilots. Started 1928 & membership totaled 598/Membership limited to the pilots of glider, gas balloon, or airplane, pre-12/17/1916. Time of Wright Bro's 1st flight-1916 when many trained 4 WW1
  72. Flight aviator
  73. F-22 test pilot
  74. Bob Meyer  (3)
    NASA's SOFIA program manager
  75. Test pilot
  76. Aircraft Designer known for creating the Flying Flea
  77. Korean War pilot and one time curator of National Air and Space Museum
  78. Aviation/JFK - First female pilot to fly solo across the Pacific Ocean (7,415 miles). Flying a Piper Apache, left April 25, 1963 from Oakland, CA, arriving in Brisbane, Australia, on May 13, 1963. Met JFK at the White House
  79. Crew member of B-29 'City of Virginia Beach'
  80. Autho, flew with the minute men 56-58
  81. world war 2 fighter ace- 5 Kills - USAAF
  82. Tuskegee Pilot
  83. Aviation Pioneer. 1st Transcontinental Autogyro Flight 1931
  84. WWII Ace, P-38, 5 Victories - USAAF
  85. Flight aviator
  86. WWII American Fighter Pilot Ace.
  87. WWII fighter Ace (8.5 kills) & Lt. General - USAAF - DSC flew the p-51
  88. First woman to do solo flight around world
  89. Test pilot
  90. German pilot
  91. American WWII-Fighter Ace & Lt. General - USAAF - 8 Kills - DSC
  92. 1051st Quartermaster Company, provided food & clothing to Tuskegee Airmen. Recieved Gold Medal from President Bush with Tuskegee Airmen. Chaplin to Tuskegee Airmen East Coast Chapter. 'Bodyguard to Martin Luther King from Selma Alabama to Montgomery'
  93. Blue Angels, U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron C-130 Flight Demonstration Pilot
  94. Tuskegee Airmen 'Crew Chief' 'Staff Sergeant'/302nd FS, 99th FS & 332nd FG/Italy 1943-1945
  95. John Moore  (8)
    WW2 veteran. Author of The Wrong Stuff
  96. The first female pilot in the red arrows
  97. Flight aviator
  98. WWII Fighter Ace - 6 Kills - US Navy
  99. WWII Fighter Pilot Aviation Ace (8 Kills) USAAF, 49 Fighter Group, 8 Fighter Squadron (5 victories w/this squadron), 1FG, 24PG - DSC, flew the p-38, p-39, p-51, p-80, and the f-86
  100. Tuskegee Airmen in W.W.II
  101. George Morgan  (2)
    Flight aviator sr71 world speed record co-pilot
  102. pilot memphis belle
  103. Test pilot
  104. WW2 Fighter Ace - 5 Kills - USAAF - POW - DSC
  105. WWII Flying Tigers (weatherman)
  106. WWII Flying Tiger Pilot
  107. Flew the 747 that carried the Endeavour on its last flight
  108. WWII Battle of Britain pilot, one of 7 remaining
  109. Flight attendent in the D. B. Cooper flight in 1971; now a nun
  110. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  111. Associate Administrator, NASA, 1963-1969, 'The Father of the Space Shuttle'
  112. Blue Angels, U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron
  113. Dam Busters World War 2 VeteranPilot: F/L John Leslie Munro ? Born 1919 New Zealand. . Retired as Wing Commander. Still living in Te Kuiti in New Zealand where he was Mayor for several years.
  114. Canadian WWII-Fighter Ace (Spitfire pilot)
  115. WW2 Fighter Ace - 6 Kills - USAAF
  116. WWII Fighter Pilot Aviation Ace (10.3 Kills) US Navy, VF-29
  117. Test pilot