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  1. WWII Veteran, D-Day, Omaha Beach Normandy, France. 5th Rangers Battalion. Has an article about him on D-DAY Eyewitness Accounts Of WW2
  2. Born in Neustadt-Glewe on 2 October 1923, was a guard at two concentration camps from November 1944 until April 1945
  3. Co-inventor of games, including Twister. Also an author and illustrator
  4. Galician-born American physicist and Nobel laureate born 29 July 1898. Worked on the 'Manhattan Project' (Trinity). Nobel laureate 1944 for his discovery of nuclear magnetic resonance.
  5. Born Williamsburgh, Brooklyn c. 1934, is an Italian-American Bonnano crime family mobster and reputed acting boss or consigliere of the Bonanno family
  6. WWII: US Navy. Scotland; Russia; Caribbean
  7. Vice Admiral within the United States Navy and leader of the project to develop the Polaris missile system. Vice Admiral Raborn was also the 7th Director of Central Intelligence and the 5th Director of CIA
  8. Former Prime Minister of Fiji after leading a series of military coups
  9. German political activist and ship captain (Sea-Watch), born 1988
  10. WWII: PT boat gunner (PT-81) who saw action in the Aleutian Campaign and later in the Pacific, where he was severely wounded while defending a U.S. ammunition supply ship during a Japanese kamikaze attack, nearly losing an arm and a leg
  11. JFK Assassination/Texas School Book Depository Clerk employee bookkeeping department for six months in 1963 Virgie Rackley a.k.a. Mrs. Donald Sam Baker, says she never meet or knew Lee Harvey Oswald
  12. Lz xray 1965 nam
  13. Private investigative team believe D.B. Cooper is an individual named Robert Rackstraw who flew helicopters in the Vietnam War and is now 73 and living in the San Diego area
  14. Holocaust survivor
  15. American serial killer who murdered 10 people in and around Wichita, Kansas, between 1974 and 1991. He was known as the BTK killer
  16. British folk-singer/songwriter, youngest known participant in D-Day landings veteran. Born: 1928. He is now 88 and lives in the UK
  17. WWII: Pearl Harbor Survivor, 7 December 1941, served on the USS California
  18. WWII, German Fighter pilot, Jagdgeschwader 51 (JG 51)
  19. WWII: B-24 bomber pilot of the 53rd Bomb Group, 753rd Squadron, 8th Air Force, who was instructed by none other than Jimmy Stewart himself
  20. air force general
  21. TWA PILOT/Race and Test Pilot
  22. Born 1938 US Navy Vietnam Veteran. POW from 1972 to 1973. 2 Bronze Stars, 1 Distinguished Flying Cross, 1 Legion of Merit, and 1 Defense Superior Service Medal
  23. WWII: Survived the sinking of the USS McCawley (AP-10) off the coast of Guadalcanal Island, 30 June 1943
  24. WW2 Pilot
  25. Retired General
  26. June 15, 1919 - January 23, 2011 Texas lawyer for more than fifty years. She was the first female prosecutor in Dallas County, Texas. She spearheaded a coalition to establish the Marital Property Act of 1967, and the Texas Family Code
  27. American economist, syndicated columnist, and entrepreneur
  28. Nepalese Gurkha awarded the Victoria Cross in June 1944
  29. Unverified World War 1-Era Veteran from Nepal served in Gurkha Regiment. Lives in United States (New Hampshire) Born: 01/01/1900
  30. United States Congress from 1967-1983 for Illinois's 19th congressional district/last surviving members of the House Judiciary Committee that voted to impeach Richard M. Nixon
  31. Member of the AVG-Flying Tigers WWII--[3.5 victories]
  32. Spy/March 8, 1971 with her Husband John, took a lock pick and a crowbar and broke into a Federal Bureau of Investigation office in a suburb of Philadelphia, making off with nearly every document inside
  33. Spy/March 8, 1971 with his wife Bonnie, took a lock pick and a crowbar and broke into a Federal Bureau of Investigation office in a suburb of Philadelphia, making off with nearly every document inside
  34. Larry Raines  (2)
    Survivor of the 1970 Kent State shooting. Went to the demonstrations with friend Dean Kahler, who was shot and paralyzed. In the moments after the attack, he cradled the bloodied Sand Sheuer as she lay dying
  35. United States Army general, serves as the commanding general of United States Army Futures Command
  36. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, aboard the USS Maryland. Fought the rest of the war in the Pacific front, witnessed the surrender of the Japanese from the deck of the USS Wilkes Barre (CL-103)
  37. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Whitney (AD-4)
  38. WWII air force hero & Ace (275 victories)
  39. 51st Oldest Living Person in the World. Born: 10/17/1899
  40. Survivor of 1944 Hartford Ringling Brother?s Circus Fire
  41. Former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (1996-2000); Supreme Allied Commander Europe NATO (2000-03)
  42. Military
  43. WWII Pilot aboard the USS Enterprise - Took part in the 'Marianas Turkey Shoot), Commander of USS Independence, RADM, Navy Cross Recipient
  44. (born 1952, Indian-born American and British structural biologist, who shared the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Thomas A. Steitz and Ada E. Yonath, 'for studies of the structure and function of the ribosome'
  45. Engineer
  46. Member of the Munich branch of the student resistance group White Rose. Born: 10/11/1913
  47. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Argonne
  48. WWII: 91st Coast Artillery, Philippine Scouts. POW. Bronze Star
  49. Serial Killer- 'Night Stalker'
  50. 'The Jackal' (assassin)
  51. WWII German Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot Ace with 46 victories
  52. Author, historian - Unbroken Will
  53. American Physicist.Born:05/13/1913
  54. Nobel peace laureate 1996
  55. British Army officer, served in the Indonesia?Malaysia confrontation and Northern Ireland
  56. World War One Veteran
  57. 1989 Nobel Prize Winning Physicist. Born:08/27/1915
  58. WWII: ETO/PTO. USS Nevada (BB-36). D-Day, Southern France, Iwo Jima, Okinawa. Survived a Kamikaze hit and a bombardment from a shore battery that struck the ship on starboard side; one shell passed directly through his bunk on the 2nd deck
  59. navy admiral
  60. Randall has been variously described as a 'serial killer', despite only having two convictions for murder, and as a 'notorious criminal'.
  61. American theoretical physicist and leading expert on particle physics and cosmology
  62. WWII: ETO. Radio Operator, 297th Combat Engineering Battalion. Normandy, northern France, Battle of the Bulge, Rhineland. Bronze Star
  63. International Brigade Rakosi Battalion, XIII Brigade
  64. One of two last survivors, and the last female, of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot. Born: 1915. She recently celebrated her 105th birthday. She lives in the USA
  65. Sister of Buell Wesley Fraizer JFK November 22 1963
  66. WWII - Local Californian baseball icon; contemporary witness of the Port Chicago, CA, disaster in July 1944
  67. 'Royal Air Force Group Captain Battle of Britain Museum Hendon'
  68. Civil Rights Activist (1889-1979). Founder of Pullman Car Porter union, 1925. Led push to have FDR and Truman end military discrimination and segregation. Official head of the 1963 March on Washington. Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1964
  69. Retired Air Force General
  70. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, aboard the USS Sacramento
  71. WWII Ace (10 Kills) 56th Fighter Group - USAAF - DSC
  72. Inventor, TIME's First-Ever Kid of the Year (2020)
  73. Scientist
  74. Flight scientist NASA Flight Director
  75. Veteran of both World War 1 and World War 2
  76. medal of honor army vietnam
  77. Pearl Harbor Survivor (1918-2010) , survived the explosion of the USS Shaw
  78. Human rights activist and advocate of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in America
  79. Danish WWII Veteran
  80. WWII Army electrical engineer (b.1920) assigned to the Manhattan Project's Los Alamos site. One of the last surviving witnesses of the first atomic explosion, the Trinity Test on July 16, 1945
  81. first officer on the D.B. Cooper flight in 1971
  82. British Nobel Laureate physician-scientist. He is best known for his work on cellular reactions to hypoxia, for which he shared the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with William Kaelin Jr. and Gregg L. Semenza
  83. Norwegian WWII resistance fighter and politician
  84. WWII: PTO. 5th Air Force, 43rd Bomb Group, 63 Squadron
  85. Estonian-Swedish art historian, editor, and journalist.
  86. German ww2 pilot
  87. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS West Virginia
  88. Scientist
  89. American historian of education and educational policy analyst. Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education. In 2013, she joined forces with writer and former teacher, Anthony Cody, to create the The Network for Public Education
  90. Iban Scout from Johore in Malaya, who won the British George Cross for gallantry
  91. WW II Sailor; survivor of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis
  92. David Ray  (3)
    US Secret Service, Pres. Nixon to Reagan
  93. (Born 1954) US Marine Corps Gulf War Veteran. 1st Light Armored Infantry Battalion, 1st Marine Division. Received the Navy Cross. Retired as a Colonel
  94. American criminal convicted of the assassination of civil rights and anti-war activist Martin Luther King, Jr
  95. One of oldest people in the world. Born:05/17/1895 Lives in New Hampshire. 2nd Oldest Person in the World One of only three people living today born in the year 1895
  96. WWII: PTO. Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Okinawa. First Marine Division
  97. medal of honor army vietnam
  98. Owner of the Venice Beach Freakshow that was once a sideshow attraction located on the historic Venice Beach in California. Had own reality series known as 'FreakShow' on AMC
  99. WWII. PTO. USS John C. Butler. Battle of Iwo Jima, Battle of Leyte Gulf, a.o
  100. Tuskegee Airmen pilot
  101. WWII - Pearl Harbor. US Navy. The first diver to enter the sunken USS Arizona. Author of the book 'Descent into Darkness'. Born Oct. 18, 1920
  102. 4-Star General: first Chief of Space Operations - United States Space Force. Currently oversees organizational stand-up & transfer of officers/enlisted personnel into the newest service branch. Previously was commander of US Space Command
  103. WWII: ETO. 333rd Squadron, 944th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. DFC
  104. One of six teens that went to JFK Airport to see the Beatles in 1964 and Ringo Starr took a picture of them. Pictured in Starr's book 'Photograph'
  105. Survived both collapses of the twin towers of the WTC while in the Marriot Hotel on the WTC complex
  106. WWII: 1st Bn, 27th Marine Regiment. Served in North Afric and the Pacific Theater
  107. Parachuted into Normandy France as part of the Normandy Invasion 6 June 1944 as well as a 95 year ols 75 years later
  108. (Born 1922) US Coast Guard WW2 Veteran. Utah Beach D-Day
  109. Connally's press rep., delivered one of 1st eyewitness reports FK's assassination to media, nationally prominent Texan corporate communications & public affairs counselor part of state's business & political scene for 1/2+ a century
  110. Was the arresting officer of the Kray brothers
  111. Eric Bana played his life story in 'Chopper'
  112. USN Flier. During World War II, he saw action in 11 battles in the Pacific theater and was awarded the Legion of Merit and Bronze Star. He became a vice admiral in the Reserve in 1960
  113. Donut Dolly in Vietnam. Author
  114. Flight astronaut sts-42,51,79
  115. JFK - Secret Service 1960-1981, on the right front running board of the follow-up car in the Dallas motorcade, pictured in a series of famous Kennedy assassination photographs
  116. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. Typhoon of 3 June 1945. US Navy, LST-1122
  117. WWII: PTO. Defense of Corregidor 1942. POW. Camp Cabantuan. Hellship Totori Maru. Osaka Camp #1, slave labor. Osaka Sakai Prison. 60th Coast Artillery
  118. American supercentenarian and currently the oldest black person in the world. Born in 1898
  119. US centenarian, born 2020. Served in the Civilian Conservation Corps (1938-39), then in the Air Force in Germany at the end of WWII (1945-46)
  120. Survivor of 1944 Hartford Circus Fire/Burned but not taken to Hartford Hospital for 4 days. Then taken to hospital run by Army doctors - so could be given penicillin for the infections. It had not yet been released for use by civilians
  121. WWII: Montford Point Marine (first African-American Marines), served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam
  122. Dick Reavis was the reporter who asked a Branch Davidian member where Mt. Carmel was, tipping off the group of the impending ATF raid. Helped transport wounded ATF Agent to EMS on hood of his truck
  123. Air evacuation nurse for the U.S. Army Air Force
  124. Veteran of Polish-Soviet War. Born: 1907 (1920 Battle of Warsaw)
  125. The owner and occupier of the Palmer family home, seen in Twin Peaks. She appears onscreen in the final episode of the series
  126. WWII: US Navy. Aviation machinist mate aboard the escort carrier USS Petrof Bay in the Pacific ; his carrier was engaged in various battles, including Iwo Jima and Okinawa
  127. Battle of Stalingrad survivor
  128. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS San Faancisco
  129. United Airlines Flight 232 co-pilot
  130. WWII - Flying Tiger Ace, 10.5 victories
  131. US WWII Army veteran, born 1923. 45th Infantry, saw action at Anzio and Operation Dragoon in South France. Later, a Phys Ed teacher and member of NYS Wrestling Hall of Fame
  132. WWII: D-Day. 24th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron (Mechanized). Landed on Utah Beach on June 6, 1944, advanced from Normandy to Cape de la Hague, then to Cherbourg, where he was wounded by an 88mm shell that blew his jeep into the air
  133. Born in 1898. Claims to have fought in the Mexican Revolution. Lives in Illinois, U.S.A
  134. (Born 1975) US Navy SEAL Iraq and Afghanistan War Veteran. Severely wounded in Fallujah, Iraq by heavy fire in 2007. Author of books like The Trident and Overcome
  135. Political campaigner
  136. WWII - WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) who knew Richard Bong, Top American Ace of WWII
  137. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Whitney
  138. 101st airborne, c co- not band of brothers
  139. Co - founder of the music group The Dramatics. He witnessed the events at the Algiers Motel in 1967 and was harassed and beaten brutally by the police. The movie Detroit was based on these events
  140. Sam Reed  (2)
    'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  141. Former Secretary of the Air Force
  142. German Author/Publicist, Victim of the Reemtsma-Kidnapping in 1996
  143. Last man out of the tunnel in the Great Escape during WWII
  144. Scientist
  145. air force general
  146. Futurist, historian, author, keynote speaker, businessman. Books include the award-winning 'Infinite Progress: How Technology and the Internet Will End Ignorance, Disease, Hunger, Poverty, and War.'
  147. Civil rights activist, educator (born 1929). One of the 'Courageous Eight' who helped organize the Selma Marches in 1965, and the man who extended an invitation to Martin Luther King to join them
  148. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor. USS Ward, , which is credited with firing the first U.S. shots of World War II
  149. air ace usaf 475th squadron satan's angels
  150. Canadian astrophysicist and popularizer of science
  151. World war 2 fighter ace- 6 kills - 530th FS, p-51, pt-22, p-40, c-45, bt-13, c-47, at-6, b-25,pq-13, b-26
  152. Archaeologist and social historian.
  153. Young schoolgirl who was at the 1963 Birmingham 16th Street Baptist Church bombing that killed 5 others
  154. WWII: Bataan Death March survivor
  155. German tank ace in World War 2, at least 17 tank kills (was awared the Ritterkreut after his 17th victory)
  156. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Utah. Later served on the USS St. Louis in the Battles of Kula Gulf and Kolombangara
  157. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  158. WWII French Resistance double agent and composer/lyricist (1922-2002). Co-wrote the Christmas classic 'Do You Hear What I Hear' with his wife in 1962
  159. Born 1942 US Navy Vietnam Veteran. POW from 1966 to 1973. 2 Bronze Stars and Legion of Merit
  160. Steve Reich  (2)
    Pitcher for West Point he then pitched in 17 games for the U.S.A. in the 1993 World games. He pitched a couple of minor league games in 1996 for the Orioles but was recalled to military duty. He died in Afhanistan while serving
  161. Former general in the German Democratic Republic's army
  162. Captured Green River Killer; US Representative-Wash.;
  163. WWII - Pearl Harbor veteran. B-17 copilot arriving at Pearl Harbor by chance during the attack. Shot down by Japanese, landed at Hickam Field, the plane broke apart, shown in an iconic photo of the day
  164. Harry Reid  (3)
    Retired rocket engineer, hired to work with Von Braun's team in 1958. Worked on the recently launched Explorer I satellite project, and then a career at NASA, with contributions to the Apollo and Skylab missions
  165. NASA Operations Engineer - Airborne Science Program
  166. Scottish Flight Lieutenant WW II was awarded the Victoria Cross for action during air combat over Dusseldorf, Germany on November 3, 1943
  167. WWII - contemporary witness of the Port Chicago disaster; largest US mainland munitions explosion, July 17, 1944, Naval Magazine, Port Chicago, CA. As of 2018, she is the oldest National Park Ranger in the United States, born Sept. 22, 1921
  168. WWII Navy veteran; USS Colhoun (DD-801) survivor (6 April 1945, sunk by Kamikaze attack)
  169. First Disneyland Ambassador (1965) and 2015 Disney Legend. She hosted along with Walt Disney the 'Disneyland 10th Anniversary' episode of 'Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color.'
  170. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Raleigh
  171. Deemed the 'mother of comfort food,' Dorcas Reilly led the team that created the Green Bean Casserole in 1955, while working as a staff member in the Home Economics department of the Campbell Soup Company
  172. Flight astronaut sts-89,104
  173. WWII veteran. Honored by the President during the 2019 State of the Union Address
  174. Commnader Military Sealift Command
  175. JFK: Military Academy at West Point Cadet representative at a White House reception in early 1961
  176. army general chief of staff
  177. Air Force General
  178. JFK - Member of The Old Guard, serving the Kennedy family and also Honor Guard at the funeral of John F. Kennedy
  179. WWII: PTO. 1st Marines Division. Battle of Cape Gloucester , Battle of Peleliu.Wounded twice
  180. Ww2 luftwaffe ace
  181. Survivor of the sinking of the S.S. Andrea Doria in 1956 (Born: 1935) He was 21 at the time and was one of 1,706 passengers and crew on the Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria . He lives in Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
  182. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  183. Former general of the German Democratic Republic's army
  184. Korean War: Battle of Chosin Reservoir, US Marine Corps
  185. WWII Fighter Ace, F4F Wildcat Pilot - US Navy - 9 Kills - Navy Cross
  186. Israeli Professor of Chemistry and D.H.C. Enrique Berman Professor of Solar Energy at Institute of Chemistry of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, author of 532 scientific papers cited more than 30,000 times
  187. Niece of Greta Garbo
  188. Astronaut; spent three months in space in 2008, including a seven hour spacewalk
  189. Astronaut
  190. WWII: PTO. USS West Virginia. Surrender Tokyo Bay
  191. Journalist and author who survived Jonestown
  192. Known as 'Hitler's Favorite Test Pilot'. Hanna was a German Nazi test pilot who tested many different types of German planes throughout World War 2. She is also the author of The Sky My Kingdom
  193. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Neosho (AO-23). Born July 8, 1919.
  194. Former cosmonaut from Czechoslovakia, the first Czechoslovak in space (the first cosmonaut from a country other than the Soviet Union or the United States)
  195. Firearm manufacturer and designer. Founder of the Remington Arms Company
  196. commander 18th wing
  197. Gun Entrepreneur Died 1892
  198. WWII PTO. USS Hornet (CV-8). Doolittle Raid
  199. US Air Force, Korea and Vietnam, born 1932. Served stateside during Korean War, then to Vietnam with the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing
  200. American polymer chemist, inventor, and professor emeritus. He is noted for his contribution to the development of Teflon. Born: 10/12/1910
  201. Flight scientist NASA Human Space Flight
  202. U.S. Attorney General (1993-2001)
  203. army general
  204. Air Force General
  205. Former Tristan da Cunha island chief
  206. WII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. Trained for the Marine Air Corps, he never flew but had to endure sniper attacks at Okinawa where his CO was killed
  207. WWII: Soviet pilot during the Second World War, flew 307 missions and was named a 'Hero of the Soviet Union' in 1943. Now age 98 and reportedly lives in Russia
  208. Judith Arlene Resnik (April 5, 1949 ? January 28, 1986) was an American engineer and a NASA astronaut who died when the Space Shuttle Challenger was destroyed during the launch of mission STS-51-L
  209. Filipino-American journalist and author, the co-founder and CEO of Rappler, and a Nobel Peace Prize 2021 laureate
  210. Colombian American Supercentenarian born 1906
  211. Author/Editor at Confronting Terror: 9/11 and the Future of American National Security
  212. Adventurer, fist swede to climb Mt Everest
  213. British engineer (Born: 1912) who worked as personal assistant to the creator of TV John Logie Baird in the 1930's. He is one of the great pioneering engineers of British television in the 1930's. He is now 104 and lives in East Anglia, UK
  214. Former FBI Associate Deputy Director/Noted Homeland Security Advisor, Appointed to SuperCom Advisory Board
  215. WWII: Arctic convoy (Murmansk) veteran, D-Day veteran (HMCS Algonquin)
  216. Russian cosmonaut that was selected in 1996, and completed spaceflight training in 1998. He served as a crew member aboard the International Space Station, having launched on his first spaceflight on 15 May 2012 and returned
  217. Russian cosmonaut. Flew on Soyuz TMA-04M / ISS-31 / ISS-32. Graduated from Moscow Institute of electronical technics, 1989 with an engineering degree; worked until 1993 for NPO IT, Korolyov, then for the GKB within the RKKE; was selected as cosmonaut on
  218. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Thornton
  219. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor at Schofield Barracks, 7 December 1941
  220. Centenarian - World War I Vet Born: 05/04/1901
  221. WWII - WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) called 'Sexy Rexy'. Last WASP of South Dakota and as an Oglala Lakota, she is the only female Native American to serve in the WASPs
  222. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Oklahoma, Navy Seaman First Class
  223. Air Force General
  224. Mastermind of the Great Train Robbery, Author of 'The Autobiography of a Thief'
  225. WWII - Iwo Jima. Corporal in the Baker Co. 2nd Battalion, 24th Regiment of the 4th Marine Division, Also Roi-Namur, Saipan, and Tinian
  226. WWII: US Navy veteran who served on the USS Russell (DD-414); the ship fought in 16 major engagements incl. the Battle of Coral Sea and the Battle of Midway where she picked up survivors of the carriers USS Lexington resp. USS Yorktown
  227. Retired Navy Admiral
  228. Jim Reynolds  (2)
    Man who claims to be the Sailor kissing a nurse on VJ Day in Alfred Eisenstadt's famous Life Magazine photo
  229. air force general
  230. WWII: Veteran (2nd Marine Division) of the Battles of Tarawa, Saipan, Tinian
  231. Civil rights lawyer and jurist
  232. Political Activist imprisoned for burning a section of the Dakota Access Pipeline
  233. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor. Served in Pearl Harbor, Luzon, Guadalcanal, the Northern Solomons, and Manila. Us Army
  234. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  235. (Born 1924) US Navy WW2 Veteran. Went to Oran, Africa, Sicily, Italy, and the Philippines during the war. USS Boise
  236. Former Executive Director of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum and now serves as the Cincinnati Reds team historian
  237. American writer and historian. Won a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Award for non-fiction in 2006 and has received awards from the Lannan Foundation, and the New York Foundation for the Arts. She won a 2012 Whiting Award
  238. (Born 1986) US Air Force Afghanistan and Iraq War Veteran. Recipient of an Air Force Cross and 3 Purple Hearts
  239. Scientist, founder 'Community of Sant'Egidio'
  240. Tuskegee Airman
  241. WWII: ETO D-Day, Utah Beach, D Company, 359th Regiment (Heavy Weapons Unit), 90th Infantry Division. Also in Hill 122 (the Battle of Mont Castre and Le Plessis-Lastelle, July 3-12, 1944), and The Battle of Chamois (Falaise Pocket)
  242. Labor and consumer rights activist known as the 'Ralph Nader of Harlem' Born 1919,
  243. C-47 pilot that dropped paratroopers near the town of St. Mere Eglise as part of the D-Day invasion of France; later also flew paratroopers into Operation Market Garden
  244. Author and historian
  245. He was the first helicopter pilot to fly Lyndon Johnson as President on the evening of Nov.22/63
  246. (Born 1948) US Army Vietnam Veteran. Wounded in the hip and later got the Purple Heart
  247. U.S. World War II D-Day veteran Tom Rice, from Coronado, California, parachutes in a tandem jump into a field in Carentan, Normandy, France, Wednesday, June 5, 2019. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Operation Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge, Bastogne, Eagles Nest
  248. Air Force General
  249. Saboteur from U.S.S. Barb WW II
  250. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Rigel (AR-11). Later on transport USS Kittson in the Battle of Okinawa
  251. President of Planned Parenthood
  252. Dave Richards  (2)
    Retired Royal millitary
  253. Centenarian. She and her sister Marjorie Ruddles were recognized as the oldest living sisters until her died in December 2012
  254. Archaeologist Presenter, BBC2 Meet the Ancestors, Blood of the Vikings. Mapping the Town, Radio Four.
  255. WWII: MTO. Anzio. Darby's Ranger
  256. astronaut
  257. Flight astronaut sts-28,41,50,64
  258. WWII US Navy (b. 1923) Served on USS Valve and USS Hitchiti. Marshall Islands, Leyte, Luzon, and Okinawa campaigns
  259. Retired 4 Star General
  260. (Born 1947) US Navy SEAL Vietnam War Veteran. Part of SEAL Team 1
  261. US Army Vietnam Veteran. Bronze Star Recipient
  262. 2020 Alliance Party nominee for Vice President
  263. Ex gangster, former rival of the Kray Twins, part of the Richardson gang
  264. Was Attorney General under President Nixon. Resigned, rather than fire Special Watergate Prosecutor Archibald Cox.
  265. Civil Rights activist, born 1922. led the Cambridge Movement. One of the few women honored at the 1963 March on Washington, tho the mike was taken from her as she started to speak, due to efforts to keep women in the background at the time
  266. WWII: PTO. Edson's 1st Marine Raider Battalion. Tulagi, New Georgia, and Guadalcanal (Battle of Bloody Ridge, first and second Matanikau, Tasimboko Raid)
  267. Retired United States Army lieutenant general
  268. Fluconzaole ,anti-fungal drug inventor
  269. Four-star general in the United States Army who is the commander of United States Southern Command
  270. Nobel physics laureate 1996
  271. British Army officer during the Troubles, before becoming General Officer Commanding in Northern Ireland
  272. Member of the Flying Tigers (AVG) WWII
  273. Tuskegee Airmen
  274. Flew three sorties over the coast of Normandy on D-Day--the Allied invasion of German-occupied France. About 600 feet below his P-38 Lightning, more than 180,000 Allied troops came ashore in what became known as the ?Longest Day.?
  275. Retired General
  276. Tuskegee Airman, flew P-40 and P-47 aircraft
  277. Was one of the Greensboro Four. On February 1, 1960, they sat down at a segregated lunch counter in the Greensboro, North Carolina, Woolworth's store, challenging the store's policy on segregation. This event was a major milestone in the African-American
  278. Former Surgeon General 1977-1981
  279. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Oklahoma
  280. Nobel physics laureate 1976
  281. 1900-1985. Seismologist and physicist, known in particular for creating the Richter magnitude scale of measuring earthquakes
  282. American Engineer, born 1927. JPL/NASA Project manager for first US satellite, Explorer I. First person to get it's communication that it was in orbit. Left for private career in engineering and consultation
  283. German ww2 pilot
  284. WWII & Korean War: Navy corpsman
  285. Son of WWI Hero Eddie Rickenbacker
  286. LCDR - US NAVY Blue Angels
  287. FBI: Main Spokesman during the Waco / Branch Davidian Standoff
  288. Civil Rights activist, born 1943. Worked with SNCC, the Selma march, and the Black Panthers. In Mississippi after James Meredith was shot, he coined the term 'Black Power!' which his friend Stokely Carmichael then helped popularized
  289. President of USA Track and Field, the sport's governing body in this country, from 1996 to 2000competed in discus in the 1960 U.S. Olympic Trials
  290. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the HMS Prince of Wales
  291. Lz xray 1965 namwas in johns island,sc but not now
  292. Lz xray 1965
  293. Iditarod Champion 1985 // First Woman to Win
  294. TCU Professor & Author/'Lone Star Leaders: Power and Personality in the Texas Congressional Delegation' (TCU Press, 2011), 'The Austin-Boston Connection: Five Decades of Democratic House Leadership, 1937-1989'
  295. Sally Ride's mom and advocate for death row inmates to be exonerated
  296. First American Woman in space
  297. WWII: PTO. Battle of Leyte, Battle for Cebu City, 182nd IR, Americal Division
  298. WWII: PTO. USS Yorktown
  299. (Born 1949) US Marine Corps Vietnam War Veteran. Company B, 1st Battalion, 26th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division. POW from 1968 to 1973. Recipient of a Bronze Star and 3 Purple Hearts
  300. American serial killer known as the Green River Killer, is one of the most prolific serial killers in American history
  301. U.S. Army General (World War II, The Korean War)
  302. Pioneer in dolphin behavior and medicine research. Author
  303. Holly Ridings  (2)
    Flight scientist, NASA flight director
  304. American educator, historian, and editor
  305. PFC, USA, H Co., 301st Inf., 94th Infantry Division, 3rd Army Combat Infantryman Northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland & Central Germany campaigns
  306. WW2 fighter ace - 5 Kills - US Navy
  307. Pilot of the shuttle carrier aircraft that carried the Endeavour on its last flight
  308. Professor of Astronomy & is the principal investigator for the near-infrared camera (NIRCam) on the James Webb Space Telescope
  309. Sergeant U.S. Armty Silver Star Recipient
  310. Retired U.S. Navy Master Chief Boatswain's Mate - WWII and Atomic veteran, served from 1940-1966, skipper of LCU-974, participated in four nuclear weapon test operations: Castle, Wigwam, Redwing, and Hardtack I
  311. American astrophysicist, 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics with Saul Perlmutter and Brian P. Schmidt
  312. German WWII Veteran, Kriegsmarine
  313. Tunnel Rat/Vietnam War
  314. Veteran, born 1943, of the 101st Airborne, 327th Division that was called into service by President Eisenhower to protect the Little Rock Nine students integrating the high school in 1957
  315. World War One Veteran
  316. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. 1st Platoon, I Company, 106th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry Division
  317. Serial killer
  318. WWII - D-Day paratrooper. 82nd Airborne, 505th PIR, General Gavin's staff. His responsibilities included determining the drop zones for the Normandy invasion. 2nd combat jump (Operation Market Garden), also in the Battle of the Bulge
  319. WWII Fighter Pilot Ace-5 victories, USAAF, 352 Fighter Group, 487 Fighter Squadron
  320. Has worked on the Hubble telescope
  321. army general
  322. WWII: Battles of Midway, Iwo Jima, Saipan, Tinian. NASA: Explorer I (first US satellite 1958), Alan Shepard (Mercury-Redstone 3), Chief Engineer/Deputy Director for Apollo Space Program, Skylab, director Launch Operations Apollo-Soyuz '75
  323. WWII: PTO. Seabee (carpenter's mate) of the 301st Naval Construction Battalion on Guam, Peleliu, Iwo Jima
  324. John Riggi  (2)
    Longtime member of the New jersey mafia and the reputed boss of the Decavalcante crime family
  325. Survivor of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis
  326. WWII: ETO, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. Featured in a famous Robert Capa photograph that appeared in Life magazine on May 14, 1945, taken on April 18, 1945, during fighting in Leipzig
  327. WWII: D-Day. 29th Infantry Division. Severely wounded in the Battle of St. Lo (July 1944); returned to combat in the Battle of the Bulge and was Goering's MP at the Nuremberg Trials
  328. Became part of the Texas Rangers in 1947 and was assigned with Company B in Gainesville/After 30 years of service Rigler retired, and lived to be the second oldest living retired-Ranger/His Book; 'In The Line of Duty'
  329. Born 5/1925.Oldest working nurse in the country
  330. Mafia Boss
  331. Retired Astronaut
  332. Was there with JFK after he was shot, transported body to airport via ambulance
  333. WWII: PTO. USS West Virginia
  334. 1973 Spingham award
  335. Supercentenarian born 1896. Oldest person in Australia
  336. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Vestal (AR-4). Later served at Italy, France, the Battle of Casablanca, and also was a witness to the a-bomb tests at Bikini Atoll
  337. WWII: Marine Corps fighter pilot; Korea: napalm runs at the Chosin Reservoir; Vietnam: flying for the CIA (Air America); stunt flights for the 2001 movie 'Pearl Harbor'
  338. American soldier in one of Robert Capa's 11 D-Day invasion photos. Private First Class, Company F, 16th Regiment, 1st Infantry Division
  339. Jack Riley  (3)
    Agent that helped capture El Chapo
  340. army general
  341. Flight Attendant , was a Pan Am stewardess aboard the White House Press Plane during the Kennedy Years , was at Love Field the day of the assassination
  342. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Battle of the Bulge, Bastogne. 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division
  343. Inventor - High resolution radar & sonar. Inducted into the National Inventors Hall Of Fame in 1994. Composer for Broadway & Off-Broadway productions. Retired lecturer from M.I.T
  344. (Born 1924) US Navy WW2 Veteran. Served on the USS West Virginia. Went to Leyte Gulf, Sulu Sea, Lingayen Gulf, Surigao Strait, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Witnessed the Kamikaze attack on the West Virginia. At Tokyo Bay for the Surrender of Japan
  345. F. Scott Fitzgerald's personal secretary
  346. Author, 'A Game of their Own-Voices of Contemporary Women in Baseball', college professor
  347. NASA pilot - X-57 Maxwell, NASA's first all-electric experimental aircraft, DC-8 flying science lab, (SOFIA) Boeing 747SP, the F/A-18, the Beechcraft B200 Super King Air and the remotely piloted X-56 multi-utility technology testbed
  348. W.a.s.p. ww2 womens army service pilot
  349. WWII Nazi war criminal; worked as guard with an SS-trained attack dog at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp for women; deported from US to Germany in 2006; only female Nazi war criminal to be caught & deported; now living with her sister in Viersen, Germany
  350. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  351. WWII German Knights Cross Recipient born Sep 14 1924
  352. (Born 1931) US Navy Korean War and Vietnam War veteran. Corpsman during Korea getting 2 Purple Hearts. Was a Navy Seal during Vietnam. 2 Bronze stars and 5 Purple Hearts
  353. Asst Mgr Citibank in Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City) April 1975- the month that Americans evacuated (then) South Vietnam. Realizing that his co-workers at Citibank would likely face death after a Communist take over-he figured out how to get all 105 of them
  354. An American ornithologist and wildlife conservationalist; Secretary of the Smithsonian (1964-1984)
  355. WWII Luftwaffe Ace 28 victories e.g. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  356. Spanish writer and linguist. 8th Count of Casa Dávalos and Grandee of Spain. President of the 'Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona' since 1965 and one of the last surviving veterans of The Spanish Civil War. He is now 98 and lives in Spain
  357. Born 1925. WW2 Veteran. Navy Guard Veteran. Enlisted at age of 17. Was on Armed Ships And Mercant Vessels. 91st Birthday August 16, 2016
  358. WWII: Merchant Marine. Murmansk Run
  359. JFK - Doctor on that team that worked to save Lee Harvey Oswald at Parkland Hospital after Jack Ruby shot him
  360. Lz xray 1965 namwas in mt juliet ,tn but not now
  361. Korean War Ace (8 kills) and a long-time POW in Vietnam - AFC x2
  362. Mountain climber
  363. One of only three US Air Force fighter aces of the Vietnam War, and one of only five in total
  364. Navy Seal's Team dog trainer & author
  365. WWII: PTO. USMC Diver Bomber Pilot, VMA-331
  366. coast guard admiral
  367. WWII: PTO. Alpha Company, 1st battalion, 1st Marine Regiment. Solomon Islands, New Britain, Peleliu and Okinawa
  368. Lz xray 1965 nam-was in benito, tx but not now
  369. WWII: USS Bunker Hill. Survivor of the Kamikaze attack in May 1945. Also served in the Korean War
  370. WWII Soviet Veteran, fought in the Battle of Stalingrad. Lives in Canada, possibly Toronto
  371. Military
  372. WWII: PTO. USMC. Banika Island, Russell Islands, Okinawa
  373. WWII: Roi-Namur, Tinian, Saipan, Iwo Jima. 4th Marine Division
  374. WWII: PTO. USS Fieberling. Shot down a Japanese fighter plane
  375. nobel med. laureate 1954
  376. WW II ace with 22 victories
  377. WWII WAVES vet, born 1921. Raised pigeons as a girl, accepted into the Navy's pigeon program. Pigeons used mainly to communicate with blimps used for scouting enemy subs and more, avoiding the possible detection of radio messages
  378. WWII: ETO. 318th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division
  379. American archaeologist, author, and historian who is known for discovering the site of Henry David Thoreau's house at Walden Pond
  380. Dallas Policeman assigned crowd control on Main St. during Presidential Motorcade and , after Oswald's shooting , guard duty at Parkland Hospital
  381. Youtuber, former NASA and Apple engineer
  382. World War II ace
  383. WWII: USMC. Guam, Iwo Jima
  384. French bare-handed urban climber; AKA 'Spiderman'
  385. Canadian D-Day landings veteran. Born: 1923. He was in the first landing craft ashore and was the second man to hit the beach. He is now 91 and lives in Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK
  386. JFK - Secret Service; in front of Presidential Secret Service follow-up car in the Dallas motorcade when Kennedy was assassinated
  387. WWII US Fighter Ace (9 Victs.)
  388. Tuskegee Airman- Pilot
  389. medal of honor army vietnam
  390. Larry Roberts  (3)
    Roberts and his team created packet switching and the ARPANET, which was the predecessor to the modern Internet
  391. Tuskegee Airman- Pilot
  392. One of the last Spanish Flu survivors. As of April 2020, she is 103 and living in Australia
  393. Last surviving Bletchley Park codebreaker who cracked a German cipher machine in WW2. He was among four members of the Testery section tasked with breaking the German Tunny code. Also known as 'Raymond 'Jerry' Roberts'
  394. 1993 Winner for Nobel Prize in Medicine
  395. Real Life Cop portrayed in movie 'American Gangster'
  396. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  397. WWII veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Maryland
  398. Australian Victoria Cross (VC)recipient
  399. American ww2 B-29 Superfortress Pilot
  400. Green Beret presumed dead after his helicopter was shot down in a 1968 secret mission over Laos, has been found more than four decades later in south-central Vietnam/Can only speak Vietnamese
  401. A reporter for WFAA in 1963 , he was present at the Texas Theatre when Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested
  402. WWII: St. Lo. One of the two French kids sitting at the top of the destroyed St. Lo watching an US patrol driving through the rubble on June 15, 1944, in a very famous war photograph
  403. WWII: St. Lo. One of the two French kids sitting at the top of the destroyed St. Lo watching an US patrol driving through the rubble on June 15, 1944, in a very famous war photograph
  404. Born December 25, 1951, designed interactive computer graphics software and developed Adventure, the first graphical adventure video game for Atari 2600
  405. 1st Lt. US Army Air Corps WW2 veteran who flew a P38. (Born 1924)
  406. Navy Surgeon General
  407. WWII: PTO. Battle of Saipan, Battle of Okinawa. 27th Infantry Division: Headquarters Company, 3rd Batallion, 105th Infantry Regiment:
  408. Bill Robinson  (3)
    WWII Veteran, longest serving Enlisted Man
  409. Author, Major General
  410. First African American to become Chancellor of University of Arkansas
  411. Tuskegee Pilot
  412. WWII veteran, born 1922. Pearl Harbor survivor, Schofield Barracks
  413. US Navy Vietnam Veteran. Retired as a Vice Admiral. Navy Cross Recipient
  414. Ret Colpresent at lz-xay in 1965 vc slapdoawn
  415. WWII: British Arctic convoys veteran ('Murmansk Runs')
  416. Author of the memoir Look Me in the Eye, detailing his life with undiagnosed Asperger syndrome and savant abilities. Created the signature special effects guitars played by the band KISS. Brother of memoirist Augusten Burroughs
  417. WWII: Bataan Death March survivor
  418. world war 2 fighter ace vf-2 - 5 Kills - US Navy
  419. Air Force General
  420. Claims to be Oprah Winfrey's father
  421. Engineer/Scientist during World War 2 and work on The Manhattan Project. Born 2/1924
  422. Astronaut
  423. medal of honor army vietnam
  424. Army General
  425. Vietnam US Army Airborne Infantry Vet/deployed 1969/Bronze Star for valor, Combat Infantry Badge, National Defense Service Medal, Sharpshooter Medal with auto rifle & rifle bars, Marksman Medal with machine gun bar & Parachutist's Badge
  426. American Chemist who studied the effect of temperature on a baseball. In 2017 Rocks conducted an experiment studying the effect temperature has on a baseball, with Paul DeJong as his laboratory assistant.
  427. Flight scientist, Director of the European Space Agency
  428. British WW2 veteran who was captured at the Fall of Singapore, he was sentenced to 15 years at Sakai Prison in Osaka and faced the the firing squad, only to be saved at the last second. Born: 1916. Recently turned 100. Lives in Canada
  429. 94 laureate, medical with Alfred G.Gillman
  430. WW2 fighter ace - USAAF - 8 Kills
  431. Received Medal of Honor 3/18/2014 for his actions in the Vietnam war
  432. WW2 Flying Ace & Flying Tigers Pilot
  433. WW2 Veteran-Anti Tank Gunner 27th Infantry Division On Saipan
  434. WW2 Veteran-4th Marine Reconnaissance Company
  435. Author/Speaker/Widow of Challenger Space Shuttle Commander Richard 'Dick' Scobee
  436. Wireless operator in the WRNS who intercepted enemy signals
  437. Pearl Harbor survivor - Section Base, Bishop's Point
  438. United States Army General who served as the Commander, United States Africa Command
  439. (Born 1959) US Air Force Gulf and Kosovo War Veteran. With three air-to-air combat victories, he joined 3 other USAF pilots as the closest to becoming a flying ace of any U.S. pilot since the Vietnam War. Flew F-15 Eagle's
  440. WWII: CBI. Member of Merrill?s Marauders aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit
  441. C.G. 82nd Airborne Division
  442. Félix Ismael Rodríguez Mendigutia b.5/31/1941 former CIA officer known for involvement in Bay of Pigs Invasion, in interrogation & execution of Marxist guerilla Che Guevara & his ties to George H. W. Bush during Iran-Contra affair
  443. medal of honor army korean war
  444. Author/illustrator, dancer/choreographer, rapper, environmentalist, teaching artist. Themes range from anti-bullying to understanding children with autism to environmental awareness
  445. Navy Admiral
  446. Former janitor at the North Tower of the World Trade Center during the September 11, 2001, attacks and was in the basement of the North Tower when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the building.
  447. WWII: Bataan Death March survivor. 515th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) Medical Detachment
  448. Polish seargeant world war II
  449. Is an Irish clergyman known both for his work as an army chaplain and as a rugby union player, played for London-Irish
  450. Music producer and filmmaker and descendant of Washington and Emily Roebling who built The Brooklyn Bridge. He is now 46 and lives in Brooklyn, U.S.A
  451. WWII Stuka Ace/Roell is credited with 83 victories during the war and is a German Knights Cross Recipient
  452. Scientist
  453. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  454. USN Admiral
  455. WWII: Homefront. Rosie The Riveter at Glenn L Martin factory in Bellview, NE, making B26's
  456. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Hickam Field
  457. Lieutenant, USAAF, 15th AF B-24 Pilot, Ploesti Oil Fields Raid Veteran
  458. USS Pueblo survivor, Korean War POW
  459. army general
  460. Retired General
  461. WWII: Marine Corps, POW, Battle of Wake Island, 8?23 December 1941
  462. Military
  463. Guidence and Control system leader on the New Horizon mission to the dwarf planet Pluto
  464. Tuskegee Airmen Pilot
  465. Mike Rogers  (5)
    Eyewitness to the UFO case where his friend and co-worker Travis Walton was abducted by aliens in the forest near Snowflake Arizona in 1975.
  466. 98-Year-Old nonagenarian athlete born 11/1917 who set the World Indoor 1500 Meter Record. He now owns every age group world indoor track record from the 800 meters up
  467. Paul Rogers  (2)
    WWII - 101st Airborne Division, 506th PIR, Easy Company ('Band of Brothers')
  468. The oldest surviving member of the original Tuskegee Airmen who became legendary for their service in World War II. He was born in 1915
  469. Lawyer represented the Catholic Church in Sex Scandal case that became the movie Spotlight. Played by Laurie Murdoch in that film
  470. infamous teacher caught in scandal
  471. Former US Mint sculptor; Designer of the reverse side of the United States Golden Sacagawea dollar; also made four of the State Quarter designs
  472. WWII: D-Day, Juno Beach. Royal Engineers, British 21st Army group. Landed in support of the 3rd Canadian Army Div where he would spend over a month under almost constant artillery/machine gun fire, helping bring ashore vital supplies
  473. Former detective sergeant of the New South Wales Police Force, and a convicted murderer
  474. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Ford Island, Rogo claims he waved at one of the pilots, who waved back. Unbeknownst to him, this pilot was Japanese
  475. WWII: PTO. Battle of Guam. Battle of Okinawa
  476. WWII: ETO. Operation Market Garden. Hq Battery, 320th Glider Field Artillery Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division
  477. World War II veteran pilot who attained the rank of LGen and was the person credited with effectively removing Rommel from the war. Address is Park Place Corporate Centre 15 Wertheim Court, Suite 503 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3H7
  478. WWII: WASP pilot (Woman Air Force Service Pilot), WASP training class 44-W-4. Her great - grandmother sang in Queen Victoria's court
  479. Nobel physics laureate 1986
  480. German WWII Veteran, Wehrmacht
  481. PSL nominee for NYC Mayor 2021
  482. Soviet Nurse, Word War II, WWII, Stalingrad
  483. air force general
  484. Historian. Wrote about the Confederacy and Civil War
  485. WWII Veteran Floyd Rolf enlisted in the Army Air Corps in December of 1942. He initially trained to fly P-38s but ultimately flew C-47 troop carriers. Before he left for Europe in October of 1944, Rolf proposed to Peg, his high- school sweetheart. Th
  486. WWII: Veteran of the Battles of Makin Island (1943), Saipan, Tinian, Okinawa. 165th Infantry Regiment, 27th Division
  487. German born psychologist and parapsychologist who in 1958, alongside J.G Pratt defined a 'poltergeist' as a paranormal phenomenon which consists of events alluding to the manifestation of an imperceptible entity. He is now 85 and lives in Georgia, USA
  488. Lz xray 1965 namwas in columbus ga but not now
  489. WWII vet, born 1913. Served in the Philippines and Australia. In his life, saw Lou Gehrig's farewell speech, and met Martin Luther King Jr and Mother Teresa. At 24, drove himself to see a famous airship land, and ended up witnessing the Hindenburg explode
  490. American astronomer who was one of the first female executives at NASA. She is known to many as the 'Mother of Hubble' for her role in planning the Hubble Space Telescope. First Chief of Astronomy in NASA's Office of Space Science
  491. (born August 1, 1944) is a former Soviet cosmonaut, spening a total of 430 days 20 hours 21 minutes 30 seconds in space and 18 hours in space walks. His son, Roman Romanenko is also a cosmonaut
  492. (born August 1, 1944) is a former Soviet cosmonaut, spending a total of 430 days 20 hours 21 minutes 30 seconds in space and 18 hours in space walks. His son, Roman Romanenko is also a cosmonaut
  493. One of the richest gangsters in mob history, a crooked Wall Street broker
  494. Egyptologist, regular guest on TV programmes such as Ancient Aliens
  495. American economist, a pioneer of endogenous growth theory, and a co-recipient with William D. Nordhaus of the 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
  496. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Dobbin
  497. Bataan Death March survivor. A Battery 200th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft