(born 23 June 1925) is a physicist whose research in the 1960s in the USA on germanium-silicon alloys led to the technology used to power space probes such as the Voyager spacecraft.Served in the Royal Air Force during WWII
Became known as 'The Ghost of Bataan' due to the fact that General Douglas McArthur asked him to stay in the Philippines after the raid at Cabanatuan to locate the mass graves of thos who died in the Bataan Death March. Born: 07/31/1913
(September 15, 1914 - September 4, 1974) was a general in the United States Army who commanded military operations in the Vietnam War from 1968?72 which saw U.S. troop strength in Vietnam fall from a peak of 543,000 to 49,000. He served as Chief of Staff
American statesman and lawyer. As United States Secretary of State in the administration of President Harry S. Truman from 1949 to 1953, he played a central role in defining American foreign policy during the Cold War/WW1 Veteran
Decorated USMC officer born 1980 -Bronze and Silver Star and Purple Heart . Graduated from Tufts University served in the Obama Administration as a USMC platoon during fighting in Falluja Iraq -author of several best selling fiction and non fiction books
6th Baronet GCVO, CB, DSO, MC & Bar 3/11/1897 in London 4/8/1988) British Army general in WW2 commanded Guards Armoured Division from 9/12/1942 until the end of war. Mentioned in Despatches four times during his military career
Jonathan Adair (born 27 October 1963), better known as Johnny Adair or Mad Dog Adair, is an Ulster loyalist and the former leader of the 'C Company', 2nd Battalion Shankill Road, West Belfast Brigade of the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF)
Author & retired United States Air Force officer/Distinguished Service Medal/Chief of Staff, Strategic Air Command 1983 accepted an appointment as Associate Director @Los Alamos National Laboratory/Brazos River Authority Board of Directors
WW2/Corporal/7th Armored Division under General Patton/Battle of the Bulge and Battle of Metz/Turns 100 July 20th 2017/Threw out 1st pitch Military Appreciation Night at Busch Stadium baseball game/loyal Cardinal/s fan
American mechanical engineer most famous for having taken the only well-exposed color photograph of the first detonation of a nuclear weapon on July 16, 1945 at the Trinity nuclear test site in New Mexico. He is now 88
John 'Jack' Agnew, one of the original members of a U.S. Army unit that operated behind enemy lines in World War II and is often credited with having loosely inspired the novel and movie 'The Dirty Dozen,'
Donut Dolly Vietnam War/Served in Vietnam: 07/67 - 11/67 Cu Chi - 25th Inf. Div.
Served in Vietnam: 11/67 - 03/68 Cam Rahn Bay - Army
Served in Vietnam: 03/68 - 07/68 Lai Khe - 1st Inf. Div.
(Returned to Viet Nam and Thailand with USO1971-73)
Crew Member/USS Menhaden (SS-377) US Navy Balao-class submarine. Launched 1944, Operated out of Pearl Harbor until 1946 And then decommissioned & re-fitted as remotely controlled, unmanned acoustic test vehicle known as 'Yellow Submarine'
WWII veteran, b. 1923. Pearl Harbor survivor on the USS California. Later at Leyte Gulf, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. Saw MacArthur return to the Philippines, the flag go up on Iwo Jima, and the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay
WWII: D-Day, Radio Operator, 7th Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. Easy Red sector of Omaha Beach ('first jeep out'). Fought also at Hurtgen Forest, Battle of the Bulge. Also served in Korea and Vietnam
Author and former U.S. Navy officer. Was the first U.S. pilot to be downed and detained during the Vietnam War and spent over 8 years in captivity, making him the second longest-held U.S. POW. Appointed to many roles under Ronald Reagan
WWII - Operation Overlord; Navy man on LST-133, the first LST to reach the beach on D-Day+1; struck by a mine a few days later while delivering troops and ammunition. Met Queen Elizabeth and President Obama at 70th D-Day anniversary
Spy/Former Israeli military intelligence major who was convicted of espionage in 1987. Amit is thought to have spied for the United States and a European NATO country, though this has never been confirmed by the Israeli government
D-Day landings veteran. Born in 1924 and lives in North London, UK. He was a paratrooper in the 7th Battalion Parachute Regiment and fought to take and keep Pegasus Bridge, which was key to the allied advance
Lt. Gen. serving as the Director of Staff of the Office of the Chief of Space Operations of the Space Force. She is the service's first female general officer, the first female Air Force general officer to transfer to the Space Force
Author, motivational speaker and former United States Marine Corps officer who was the first African - American female naval aviator in the Marine Corps and the first African American female combat pilot in the U.S. Armed Forces
WWII: ETO. Technician 5th grade (T/5), gunner/radio operator in an armored vehicle. 76th Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop (mechanized), 76th Infantry Division. Battle of the Bulge, Ardennes-Alsace, Rhineland, Central Europe. Near Chemnitz, Saxony, on VE day
Ascani, a retired Air Force major general, flew an F-86 Sabre jet at 628.698 mph at the National Air Races in Detroit in 1951. He later oversaw development of a supersonic bomber. Fred J. Ascani, a retired Air Force major general and former test pilot at
US WWII/Vietnam vet, born 1921. Ship sank by mine hit, then wounded at Anzio. Fought through France/Germany. Military career, ended up in the Brinks Hotel bombing in Vietnam Christmas Eve 1964, featured in Life Magazine
Medal of Honor WWII, for actions on the Villa Verde Trail,Luzon Island, Philippines. He fired over 400 rounds over a period of 4 hours as the only remaining soldier at a position that was being heavily assaulted
Aerospace research Test Pilot. Col., USAF, Ret.; Bachelor of Sciene in Chem,, University of Virginia, 1959; Master of Science in Engineering Administration, unsuccessful application NASA astronaut group 3; 1963 as military astronaut - class-3 selected
Madame Jacqueline Auriol (November 5, 1917-February 11, 2000) was a French aviatrix who set numerous world speed records. Auriol became one of the first female test pilots after earning her military pilot license in 1950