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  1. Polish social activist, veteran of World War II, last living member of pre-war National Party
  2. Fighter ace ww2 born 1/15/1920
  3. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor 7 Dec 1941; USS Arizona
  4. WWII: PTO. USMC. Battle of Iwo Jima
  5. Lz xray 1965
  6. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  7. Medal of Honor, Korean War, US Marine Corps
  8. WWII: PTO. Company G, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division. Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Okinawa
  9. Iconic guitarist, who played the themes of 'Bonanza' and 'The Magnificent Seven'. Worked with Elvis, Frank Sinatra, Buddy Holly, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Barbara Streisand, Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee, Neil Sedaka a.o. Iwo Jima veteran
  10. WWII: ETo. 89th Division, 3rd Army and the 550th AAA infantry. Normandy, Battle of the Bulge, Ohrdruf concentration camp liberation
  11. Pearl Harbor Survivor, USS Utah!
  12. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS West Virginia. Navy chief petty officer. Trapped inside the West Virginia and hardly escaped. Also in the Battle of Midway
  13. WWII: Marine who fought at Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Guam. As a boy, he attended the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, met and corresponded with Civil War veterans, and is a sculptor of miniature figures
  14. Iwo Jima survivor,Navy Cross recipient
  15. Pearl Harbor survivor - shipyard dispensary
  16. WWII: D-Day. Company K, 116th Infantry, 29th Division. Landed in the first wave at Omaha Beach; later served across France, like Saint Lo and Brest, then Belgium, Siegfried Line, Germany. Purple Heart, three Bronze Stars, Silver Star
  17. WWII - Paratrooper of the 101st Airborne (Screamin' Eagles). Combat jump on D-day, when he was wounded, captured by Germans and escaped. Also fought in the Battle of the Bulge
  18. WWII: ETO. 8th Air Force. Served with Clark Gable
  19. Adjutant General of Rhode Island, and Commanding General of the Rhode Island National Guard
  20. John Callahan  (3)
    WWII: PTO. US Navy. Battle of Okinawa
  21. WWII Flying Tigers Ground Crew
  22. Retired Navy Admiral
  23. WWII veteran, D-Day landing on Utah Beach
  24. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  25. Senior officer present at the My Lai massacre during the Vietnam War
  26. British pilot and WWII Prisoner of War. Wrote about his time in German captivity called Free as a Running Fox
  27. navy admiral writer
  28. US Air Force veteran who served from 1953 to 1957 during the Korean War (Born 1933)
  29. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Operation Market Garden, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge, Rhineland. Paratrooper of the 1st Bn, HQ Co, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division
  30. French WW1 veteran
  31. Lz xray 1965 nam b co. 1/7 cav
  32. Scottish Female First Female Yeoman Warder Of The Tower Of London (Beefeater). Protector Of The Queens Jewels (2007- )
  33. WWII Manhattan Project
  34. WWII - D-Day: Served on the HMCS Kitchener, K-225, the only Canadian Corvette to participate in D-Day, escorting the second wave of American infantry which landed at around 11 am on Omaha Beach
  35. Military
  36. US Army General
  37. Doolittle Raiders 'Navigator crew #13'
  38. Author, decorated U.S. Marine Corps veteran
  39. WWII: PTO. 29th Marines, 6th Div. 2nd Battalion, Fox Co
  40. WWII: PTO. Fighter pilot aboard the USS Kadashan Bay (CVE-76). Distinguished Flying Cross
  41. WWII: PTO. Cook on the USS Missouri who took the famous photograph of the USS Missouri about being hit by a Kamikaze on April 11, 194 during the Battle of Okinawa
  42. air force general
  43. Army General
  44. Kim Campbell  (2)
    American Female Pilot Of U.S. Air Force (1997- ) Awarded With 'The Distinguished Flying Cross' For Action In Aerial Combat After Flying A Mission Over Baghdad, Iraq, And 'Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit' (2003)
  45. Roy Campbell  (2)
    WWII: PTO. Buna, Aitope, New Guinea, Morotai, Leyte. 32nd 'Red Arrow' Division
  46. Col. Campbell was a Tuskegee Airman
  47. air force general
  48. army general
  49. Col USAF (RET) WWII 6 Victory Ace, 479th fighter group
  50. Medal of Honor winner. Vietnam
  51. French general born 1932, last French Commandant of Berlin's French sector
  52. WWII: D-Day, Operation Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge. G Company, 506th PIR, 101st AB
  53. 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
  54. Army General
  55. WWII: Cano piloted LCVPs off of the USS Zeilin (APA-3), starting with the Battle of Tarawa in November, 1943
  56. Spanish Civil War veteran (Born: 1917) who fought on the Aragon front in 1938 during the conflict. He is now 99
  57. Spanish Civil War veteran (Born: 1929) who fought during the frustrated offensive to retake Mallorca under Nationalist control. He is the younger brother of Alfons Canovas. He is now 87 and lives in Barcelona, Spain
  58. Lz-xray 1965 vietnam 1/7 cav
  59. Spanish Civil War veteran (Born: 1916) is one the last two living mechanics of Republican fighter aircrafts. He fought with the fourth squadron fixing Russian Polikarpov-15 fighters during the conflict. Now 100
  60. WWII: ETO. B 24 Liberator radioman and aerial gunner. 35 missions from 6 October 1944 to 10 April 1945. Stationed in Attlebridge, England. 785th Bomb Squadron, 466th Bomb Group
  61. 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
  62. Born Havana, Cuba 3-7-1938/Bay of Pigs Veteran/Cuban Pilot Air Force Captain trained by US, when returned to Cuba arrested for being trained by USA & later participated to fight for US forces in invasion/Flew B-26 hit during invasion
  63. Malvinas War hero
  64. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. Korean War. Vietnam War. USMC
  65. USN Admiral
  66. Former Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush; notified President Bush of the 9/11 terrorist attacks while they were visiting the Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida
  67. Major in Household Cavalry who operated on and saved Sefton
  68. Field Marshall of the Brazilian Army
  69. British ace from WW2
  70. WW2 German Tank Ace - Awarded the Knight's Cross
  71. WWII: PTO. Served on LSM-135 (landing troops and tanks onto the beaches), Leyte operation, also landings at Luzon and Lingayen Gulf. He survived more than a dozen attacks from kamikaze until eventually hit off Okinawa, 25 May 1945
  72. First USMC Ace during WWII--[18 victories]
  73. B-24 Liberator Pilot/32 missions w/747 Squadron/456 Bomber Group/Noted Aviation Artist
  74. JFK - The Old Guard, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment; led riderless horse 'Black Jack' for fallen president at John F. Kennedy's funeral.
  75. air force general
  76. navy admrial
  77. WWII: US Navy Ace F6 Hellcat VF-40, VF-30, 9 Victories. Bougainville, Rabaul, Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, Japanese mainland
  78. air force general
  79. air force general
  80. WWII veteran and American painter known for his figurative paintings based on the work of the old masters
  81. Fighter ace NV-224
  82. 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. Chief engineer who was instrumental in saving the ship
  83. WWII: PTO. He led one of the two unfortunate groups of B-17s to Pearl Harbor to arrive in the midst of the attack on Dec. 7, 1941. Later piloted the first B-29 to be shot down over Japan. POW
  84. United States Surgeon General (2002-06)
  85. US WWII Army vet, born 1916. Supply driver for the 24th Evac Hospital though Europe. Arrived on Omaha Beach 5 days after D-Day
  86. One of the last living Ritchie Boys
  87. army general
  88. WWII: Veteran of the Battles of Tarawa and Okinawa
  89. ace (WW2)
  90. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  91. 2014 Medal of Honor recipient, Afghan war veteran, retired US Marine
  92. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  93. Retired U.S. Navy - served as Commanding Officer of the USS Anzio (CG-68) and USS John Rodgers (DD-983). Also served as a reactor officer with the USS Enterprise (CVN-65) and as XO of the USS Bainbridge (CGN-25)
  94. navy admiral
  95. US WWI veteran and 1920s boxing manager for Jimmy Slattery and others, (1894-1996)
  96. WWII: D-Day. Seabee signalman, 111th Construction Battalion; spent six months building barges for the invasion, then volunteered for duty as a signalman during the invasion
  97. Lz xray 1965 vietnam
  98. WWII: Survivor of the disastrous PQ 17 Arctic Convoy, July 1942
  99. WW2 Veteran-Battle Of The Bulge
  100. WWII veteran, POW and Bataan Death March survivor
  101. navy admiral
  102. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  103. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS West Virginia
  104. WWII: PTO. USMC Fighter Pilot
  105. Italian WW One Vet
  106. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  107. Tuskegee Airmen
  108. Lz xray 1965 nam
  109. WWII: Sergeant, 391st Quartermaster Trucking Company of the 'Red Ball Express', the famous and one of the biggest logistical operations of WWII, using up to 5600 trucks to transport goods across Europe from August 25 to November 16, 1944
  110. Nick Carter  (2)
    Royal military
  111. WWII veteran, Pearl Harbor Survivor (Born 1920) on the USS Oklahoma
  112. Medal of Honor recipient, Afghanistan
  113. US WWII Marine, born 1919. Took part in Guadalcanal, Saipan, Iwo Jima
  114. navy admiral
  115. Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (2007-??)
  116. air force general
  117. WWII: Pacific, 182nd regiment, fought in five major Pacific campaigns
  118. WWII: ETO. 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Division. He fought in the Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns. Guard duty at the Nuremberg War Crime Trials, often photographed standing directly behind Goering
  119. Military
  120. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. Later Korea War. USMC
  121. WW2 Veteran : Code Girl For The United States Navy
  122. air force general
  123. air force general
  124. WW2/U.S. Army with the 238th Combat Engineer Battalion. He landed on Utah Beach on June 6, 1944, and continued throughout Europe until the end of the war
  125. U.S. Army Chief of Staff
  126. US Navy chaplain currently assigned to USS John C. Stennis as Command Chaplain. A 6 ft 4 in graduate of The Citadel in South Carolina and of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Rev. Cash nearly became a professional football player. He is the great
  127. Lz xray 1965 nam
  128. JFK - USAF Pipe Band; played at various events in the Kennedy presidency, including the visit of the Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Sean Lemass in October 1963 (where Cashion met JFK) and the funeral of JFK
  129. Military
  130. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, Schofield Barracks. Later served in Guadalcanal and New Cadelonia during WWII, retired from the army in 1964
  131. British WW2 'Dambuster' pilot
  132. WWII: PTO. Battle of Iwo Jima. USMC
  133. Korean War vet, US Marines, born 1929. Purple Heart for injuries during combat at the Semichon River
  134. WWII PTO: USMC. Aircraft mechanic for the famous 'Cactus Air Force' at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. After the war, he worked for Rockwell; part of the team that designed the launch umbilical tower for the Saturn V rocket (Apollo 11)
  135. World war 2 fighter ace-5 kills p-38
  136. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor aboard the USS Tennessee, 7 December 1941
  137. Ivan Castro  (2)
    U.S. Army Major who has continued serving on active duty in the Special Forces despite losing his eyesight. Served in Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield. Lost eyesight due to a mortar round landing near where he was deployed
  138. WWII - Pacific. Fighter Ace (7 victories). Marine Fighting Squadron 221 (VMF-221), USS Bunker Hill. Flex F7F, F4U, F3D SKYNIGHT, F-8, A-4, F4. Claims he flew 56 different types of planes
  139. WWWI: ETO. D-Day. As a gunner on a small transport vessel Catalano helped transport army soldiers to Normandy on D-Day June 6, 1944
  140. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  141. D-Day WW2 veteran
  142. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  143. NYPD officer who used his own experiences to write best-selling thrillers. He joined the NYPD after serving in the United States Marine Corps
  144. Medal of honor army vietnam war
  145. WWII: MTO, ETO, PTO. United States Navy. He participated in the landings at Gela, Sicily, Salerno, Italy and at Normandy for the invasion of Europe. Also served in the Pacific at Leyte Gulf and Okinawa
  146. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  147. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  148. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. US Navy, LST 681
  149. WWII: Army Nurse Corps, 3rd General Hospital. Served in Africa, Italy, and France
  150. US WWII Navy veteran, born 1927. USS Indianapolis Survivor, one of the last 5 living as of 6/21
  151. Navy Admiral
  152. U.S.S. Indianapolis Survivor
  153. Major General Reginald A. Centracchio former Adjutant General of Rhode Island, and Commanding General of the Rhode Island National Guard
  154. army general
  155. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Communications Division, Signal Corps, Schofield Barracks
  156. WWII: D-Day. 101st Airborne Division, 506th PIR
  157. WWII - WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots)
  158. WWII: PTO. Survived the sinking of the USS Mannert Abele in the Battle of Okinawa
  159. Captain of the midway during the evacuation of south korea
  160. 'The lone marine' stands and salutes every 'Rolling Thunder' parade since 2001
  161. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor (Scofield Barracks), 27th Infantry Regiment of the 25th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army. Also fought in the Guadalcanal Campaign and Solomon Islands campaign
  162. WWII American Fighter - Ace (9 Victs.)- USAAF
  163. US WWII Army vet, born 1923. Fought Japanese in the Philippines. Surrendering in May 1942, his unit was brutally tortured. He ended up in Yodogawa camp until near war's end. Of only 52 Yodogawa POW survivors, he's now the last living one
  164. Military air force thunderbirds
  165. WWII: British Arctic convoy veteran ('Murmansk Runs')
  166. Member of the Republic of China Air Force's 'Black Cat' Squadron, which operated U-2 surveillance from 1961-1974
  167. Navy Admiral
  168. Iraq US Army veteran who was on active duty from 1999 to 2010. He went in Iraq twice and now is an influencer on Youtube
  169. US Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran. 3 campaigns in Vietnam. Wounded and combat and recipient of the Purple Heart
  170. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Battle of the Bulge
  171. WWII: USS Killen (DD-593), Battle of Leyte Gulf: Killen provided a critical hit to battleship Yamashiro (flagship of Vice-Admiral Shoji Nishimura) leading to is sinking on Oct. 26, 1944. He also survived a Kamikaze attack on Nov. 1, 1944
  172. Military ww11 british war hero (victoria cross)
  173. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa
  174. WWII: ETO. Battle of the Bulge; Liberation of Dachau; occupation duty in Vienna, Austria. 42nd ?Rainbow? Division
  175. WWII: PTO. 1885th Aviation Engineer Battalion, Army Corps of Engineers. He also helped to build airfields for B-29 bombers on the Mariana Islands and Ryukyu
  176. WWII: D-Day. Company D, 5th Ranger Battalion. Pointe du Hoc
  177. Medal of Honor, US Navy, Korean War
  178. Author/"Last Man Out"/POW Kwai Chang Japanese POW Camp as told in the story of Bridge on the River Kwai
  179. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  180. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  181. WWII: Pacific Theater, Navy, USS Atlanta (CL-51). Survivor of the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal in which the Atlanta was sunk in the fiercest night battle of the war
  182. Pearl harbor survivor
  183. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  184. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Schley
  185. WWII: ETO. Recon scout in Cannon Company 303rd Infantry Regiment 97th Infantry Division. Battle of the Bulge, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Battle of the Ruhr pocket (Siegburg, Solingen. Dusseldorf) in April 1945, end of war in Czechoslovakia
  186. American stand-up comedian and writer with stage and screen credits in eight countries, and author of the comic memoir The 188th Crybaby Brigade, about his year as a tank soldier in the Israeli Army
  187. WWII: PTO. Medical Corpsman. Served in the Pacific Theatre aboard the USS Bandera, the USS Herald of the Morning, and the USS Pasadena
  188. WWII: Greek fighter pilot in the Hellenic Air Force, serving in North Africa, Italy, Yugoslavia. 336th Combat Squadron. One of the pilots who provided air protection to Churchill and FDR to meet with Stalin at the Tehran Conference
  189. WWII: PTO. 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines. Seen in a famous photo of the Battle of Okinawa
  190. WWII: Battle of the Bulge. Severely wounded twice. 276th Infantry Reg, 70th Infantry Div. 37 combat missions as a B-29 pilot In Korea. Vietnam: Wrote Air Force history flying the B-52's 1st combat mission on June 18, 1965 (Op. Arc Light)
  191. WWII. Oldest Pearl Harbor Survivor. Born 1911
  192. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  193. Retired USMC General
  194. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor 7 Dec 1941. Ships cook aboard the destroyer USS Phelps
  195. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  196. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker' 'One of the Original 29'
  197. JFK - Honor Guard Kennedy funeral; Casket Team (pallbearer)
  198. WWII - D-Day, First Infantry; in the first landing waves
  199. WWII: Ground mechanic of the 14th US Air Force in the CBI (China-Burma-India) theater
  200. Chinese Former Female War Correspondent - World War 2. Married to American General Claire Chennault. Hsin Ming Daily Newspaper (1944-1948)
  201. Author and Soviet WW2 veteran - Battle of Kursk
  202. Weld inspector on the St. Louis Arch when it was being built and WWII veteran and Purple Heart recipient
  203. vietnam war air force hero
  204. 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
  205. Group Captain Geoffrey Leonard Cheshire, Baron Cheshire (7 September 1917 ? 31 July 1992) was a highly decorated Royal Air Force (RAF) pilot during the Second World War.Among the honours Cheshire received as a pilot is the Victoria Cross
  206. Navy seal, born 1944, on the underwater dive team that recovered the Apollo 11 command module
  207. WWII - Battle of the Bulge
  208. WWII: Member of the 17th, 101st, and 82nd Airborne Divisions
  209. WWII veteran, born 1918. One of the few surviving Bataan Death March survivors of 1942
  210. WWII: USS Drexler survivor; was on the ship when kamikaze attacks led to the sinking of the destroyer on May 28, 1945
  211. Army General
  212. Italian World War One Veteran.
  213. Medal of Honor recipient, US Army, WWII
  214. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor (USS Cassin). Torpedo Squadron 3 (USS Yorktown) in Battle of Midway on June 4, 1942
  215. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS West Virginia
  216. Retired Navy Admiral
  217. 4-star General in the USAF who was also a NASA astronaut
  218. Iraq War Veteran, pictured in famous photo holding the American Flag over the face of a Saddam Hussein statue
  219. Chinese American Female Former Nurse - U.S. Army Veteran World War 2 (1944 to 1946)
  220. WWII: ETO. D - Day. 5th Ranger Batallion (Rangers, lead the way)
  221. WWII - Nurse during the siege of Bastogne. She and fellow nurse Renee Lemaire (who died Dec. 24, 1944) treated injured soldiers during Battle of the Bulge. Shortly portrayed as 'Anna' in 'Band of Brothers'. Honorary Member 101st Airborne
  222. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Submarine base
  223. Marine corps iraq war hero
  224. JFK - Honor Guard Kennedy funeral (Army)
  225. English Former Female Women's Royal Naval Service WWII. Worked At Code Cracking Centre Bletchley Park On The Worlds First Electronic Computer - Colossus
  226. Chinese Air Force WWII veteran, born 1920. Notoriety as a centenarian fitness buff
  227. UK WWI Navy vet (1901-2011). Last male veteran of WWI, and the last to see action. Moved to Australia, and served in their Navy in WWII. So also the last vet to serve in both wars. Death left Florence Green as the very last WWI vet
  228. Last surviving revolutionary of the Chittagong armoury raid. The raid was an attempt on April 18, 1930 to raid the armoury of police and auxiliary forces from the Chittagong armoury in Bengal, British India. He lives in Chittagong, India and is now 102
  229. WWII Pilot Ace- Part of the famous ''Zemke's Wolfpack''--[21 victories]
  230. Flying Tigers-armorer
  231. danish WW2 fighter ace
  232. 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
  233. Former ranger
  234. American Female Red Cross Donut Dolly. Vietnam War. She Said; 'Whenever Anybody Was Going Back Home They'd Play Leaving On A Jet Plane'. They Listened To Soldiers. Played Games And Records At The Base Rec Centres. Their Job Was To Lift The Guys Spirits
  235. 4th Baronet GBE CB DSO MC 1893-1993, British commander WW2. Sept, 1945 Christison deputised for Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten as commander of SEAC and took the surrender of the Japanese 7th Area Army & Japan's South Sea Fleet at Singapore
  236. German World War One survivor
  237. WWII: Christopher flew 49 missions (in the PBM-5 Seaplane in the Pacific Theatre (Saipan, Iwo Jima, Okinawa) from 1944 to 1945. VPB-27 Squadron, plane 'Dina Might' (Crew E-2)
  238. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Company B, 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Division, Schofield Barracks
  239. Uzbekistan Male Jewish Soviet WWII Veteran - Order of the Patriotic War (1st and 2nd Class), Order of the Red Star and Victory over Germany In The Great Patriotic War
  240. WWII veteran
  241. Last Royal Navy veteran of Dunkirk
  242. (Born 1925) US Army D-Day WW2 Veteran
  243. WWII: PTO. Marine Corps fighter pilot
  244. Retired General
  245. Italian World War One Veteran.
  246. WWII: ETO. 350th Bomb Sqdn, 100th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. Pilot of B-17 #42-3413 'Hard Luck'. POW
  247. DT1, USMM & USN Merchant Marine delivered supplies and ammunition at Iwo Jima, Midway and Guadalcanal Witnessed the Japanese surrender aboard the battleship Missouri
  248. WWII: D-Day, Omaha Beach, 29th Infantry Division, in the fourth wave at Omaha Beach; also Battle of St. Lo (July 9-24, 1944)
  249. WWII: PTO. USMC. Guinea, Cape Gloucester, Peleliu, Okinawa
  250. Romanian Male WWII Veteran. Born 1913 - Age As Of February 13, 2023: 109 years, 261 days
  251. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the S.S. Leopoldville on Dec. 24, 1944
  252. WWII: PTO. He was the man who prepared the table for the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay aboard the USS MIssouri
  253. WWII: Veteran of the Battle of Tarawa
  254. Was a member of the French Maquis in WW2
  255. Currently serving as Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness
  256. WWII: ETO. Bomber pilot 786th squadron, of the 466th bomber group in the Eighth Air Force under Colonel James A. (Jimmy) Stewart
  257. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Whitney (AD 4).
  258. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  259. WW2 Navy Gunner-Omaha Beach
  260. Retired Lt. Gen. US Air Force, Director of Nat. Intelligence. Served director of Defense Intel Agency from 92-95. 1st Director Defense Intel within Office of Director of National Intelligence & Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
  261. WWII: PTO. 25th Infantry Division. Col. Clark was awarded the Silver Star medal for gallantry in action at Guadalcanal. He later was wounded on Aug. 5, 1943, on New Georgia Island, and again in the Korean War. 2 Purple Hearts
  262. Carl Clark, a veteran whose actions of wartime heroism deserved a medal for heroism but was denied the recognition for more than 60 years because he was African American. He was born in 1916
  263. Pallbearer JFK funeral, US Navy
  264. WWII veteran, B-17 bomber pilot, born 1923. Professor Emeritus, U of Michigan, Mechanical Engineering. Michigan Aviation Hall of Fame
  265. WW2/WASP Women Air Force Service Pilots/Class 44-1/Author Dear Mother & Daddy: WW2 Letters Home from a WASP/After training, stationed Las Vegas Army Air Base/Flew PT-19, BT-13, AT-11, AT-6, P-39, P-63 fighter & copilot B-17 & B-26 bombers
  266. Army General
  267. WWII: PTO. US Navy veteran. USS Balch (DD 363). Battle of Midway
  268. Member of the Band of Brothers, 506th Easy Company WWII
  269. WWII: Douglas Dauntless SBD gunner in VMSB-341 Squadron in the PAcific
  270. WWII - Pacific; Fighter Ace (VBF-17), 6 victories
  271. Admiral, Chief of Naval Operations
  272. Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander; Candidate for President in 2004
  273. WWII: Arctic Convoy veteran (Convoy PQ-18); later served in the Far East on HMS Braganza
  274. Born. July 23, 1962, 4 Star General
  275. medal of honor marines vietnam war
  276. Retired German general
  277. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  278. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  279. American Army General born 1897.Military Governor of West Germany following WW2.Member of the'Judgment at Nuernberg'(1948).
  280. WWII: Witness of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  281. WWII, Warrant Officer, flew Spitfires with 607 Squadron
  282. WWII: Battle of Iwo Jima
  283. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Pennsylvania
  284. British colonial administrator and soldier in World War 2, full name is Warren Frederick Martin Clemens
  285. Women Air force Service Pilot
  286. Canadian WW1 vet. One of the last 3 living Canadian vets at his death
  287. Retired Navy Admiral
  288. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker' 'One of the Original 29'
  289. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  290. 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
  291. 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
  292. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  293. WWII: ETO. Company C, 3103rd Signal Service Battalion
  294. WWII pilot - Battle of Britain
  295. Navy Admiral
  296. Air Force General
  297. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor. Navy yard
  298. Member of the Flying Tigers (AVG) WWII
  299. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941; US Army 19th Infantry, 24th & 25th Division, Schofield Barracks. Later in the war, he was sent to the Philippines.
  300. WWII: British Malta Convoy veteran
  301. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  302. WWII Fighter Ace (9.33 Victs)- US Navy - Navy Cross
  303. Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Oklahoma, born 1920
  304. Retired General
  305. WWII: ETO. 2679th HQ Co, Psychological Warfare Branch (a precursor to the Office of Strategic Services and the Central Intelligence Agency), Allied Force HQ Italy. In service since June 1941. Eyewitness to Mussolini's Death
  306. 'Spanish Civil War Veteran' 'International Brigade' 'Irish'
  307. Worked at Bletchley Park during WWII as a code breaker
  308. WWII - Pilot of Carrier Air Group 11 (Bombing Squadron VB-11), flew the SBD Dauntless dive bomber
  309. WWII: 82nd Airborne in Europe, parachuting in over the Rhine River, fighting in the Battle of the Bulge and receiving the Bronze Star
  310. WWII: PTO. USMC. Guadalcanal veteran
  311. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  312. world war 2 air ace
  313. WWII - Pilot of the famous Sundowners squadron (VF-11) of Carrier Air Group 11 in the Pacific Theater
  314. 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
  315. World War One Veteran. Lives in Ohio.
  316. WWII: ETO. B-24 Liberator pilot. Distinguished Flying Cross
  317. British-Argentine WWII veteran. Joined the RAF during the War
  318. Tuskegee Airmen
  319. WWII: WWII Fighter pilot who was in the crew that flew the last combat mission of the European Theater
  320. Landed on Omaha Beach with the 1st wave on D-Day, June 6th 1944
  321. Mary Cohen was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 23, 1923. WWII - WAC (Women's Air Corps); 'Rosie The Riveter'; repaired battle-worn B-29s in Tucson, later recruited young men for the Army
  322. WWII: Holocaust survivor who was imprisoned in Auschwitz at age 12 and credits her survival to being on Schindler's list
  323. WWII: ETO. Holocaust survivor, Battle of the Bulge, Rhineland, guard for subsequent Nuremberg Trials. 87th Infantry Division
  324. US WWII veteran, born 1919. Part of the campaigns in Tunisia, Sicily, Normandy, and St Lo. Served under Patton and Eisenhower, eventually serving as an aide under Eisenhower
  325. Congressional Medal of Honor
  326. WWII: D-Day. Utah Beach. 90th Infantry Division. Was in 5 major battles, including the Battle of the Falaise Pocket. In Czechoslovakia at the end of the war
  327. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Argonne
  328. WW2 Marine Corp 4th Signal Company H&S Battalion 4th Marine Division joined in 1942 and would go on to fight in Iwo Jima (B: August 15, 1924)
  329. WWII: ETO. 729th Bomb Squadron, 452nd Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. B-17 pilot. 30 combat missions. Met then-16year-old actress Jean Simmons while in London
  330. Jimmy Doolittle's copilot in the first bomber to launch from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet on the famous Tokyo Raid/Doolittle Raiders
  331. WWII: PTO. Survived the sinking of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet (CV-8) in the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 October 1942. Also aboard for the Doolittle Raid and the Battle of Midway (May 1942)
  332. 'Spanish Civil War Veteran' 'International Brigade' 'Irish'
  333. Ken Coleman  (2)
    From Brooklyn, NY, he played center and end for the first OSU National Championship team. As with most of his teammates, his Buckeye career was disrupted by military service during WWII. He was awarded 3 Purple Hearts & 14 Battle Ribbons!
  334. WWII - D-Day. British veteran who landed at Gold Beach on D-Day; also fought in Sicily and Italy
  335. Fighter ace ww2 born 12/1/1921
  336. 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
  337. WWII - US paratrooper on D-Day who became a POW during Operation Overlord and as a POW, survived the fire bombing of Dresden
  338. World war 2 fighter ace navy
  339. Robert Coles  (3)
    WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor. USS Bagley (DD-386). He broke open the 50 caliber forward port ready service locker, opened fire and hit the first two Japanese Torpedo Bombers. Also in the Battle of the Coral Sea
  340. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Zane
  341. air force general
  342. navy admiral
  343. WWII - British Spitfire Ace of Squadron 403
  344. Technical Sergeant in Vietnam and Korean War
  345. coast gaurd admiral
  346. American WWII Fighter Ace (6 Victs.)- USAAF
  347. US WWI veteran, served in the US Army in France. (1898-2002)
  348. 'One of few Nurses to Tuskegee Airmen' 'Received Gold Medal from President Bush with Tuskegee Airmen'
  349. Admiral in Spanish navy.Decendent of The Christopher Columbus
  350. WWII: PTO. Battle of Iwo jima
  351. WWII: PTO. Battle of Iwo Jima. USMC
  352. 101st Airborne, Easy Company Band of Brothers - WWII
  353. WWII - Mine Platoon of the Anti-Tank Company, 69th Infantry Division, 271st Regiment. First combat at the 'Siegfried Line' in February 1945; crossed the Rhine on March 27, 1945; arrived at the KZ Buchenwald one day after its liberation
  354. WWII - Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941; Kaneohe Bay NAS
  355. WW2-Ploesti Raid
  356. 101st Airborne Band of Brothers in WW2 // Lead Prosecutor in Sirhan Sirhan's trial for the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. // California Appeals Court Judge
  357. P-47 Thunderbolt Ace during WWII-[5 victories] Member of the 56th Fighter Group
  358. WW2 US marine corp fighter pilot ace 6 victories VMF-215
  359. Retired General
  360. Army General
  361. WW2 Flying Ace - USAAF - 12 Kills - DSC
  362. US Army Vietnam Veteran. 9th Infantry Division. Served from 1969 to 1970. Purple Heart recipient
  363. WWII: 362nd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, 8th AF. 71 missions, 270 combat hours, 1 victory
  364. Born 1950, was a specialist 5 in CMEC and MACV during his time in the Vietnam War which he served from 1969 to 1972
  365. WWII - US Army; aided in the defence of Bataan, Luzon Island, Philippines; after the US surrender on April 9, 1941, he evaded capture and organized a guerrilla force in the mountains west of Clark Field; subject of the book "Resolve"
  366. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. Purple Heart. 96th Infantry Division
  367. WWII: Wake Island Defender: Marine Corps 1st Defense Battalion, POW, Battle of Wake Island, 8-23 December 1941
  368. (January 12, 1919 - July 27, 1994) was a sergeant in the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor after leading a platoon of 36 men attached to the 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division against German positions, defended by snipers and ma
  369. Navy Admiral
  370. WWII, Pearl Harbor Survivor
  371. WWII: ETO. B-24 navigator in the 445th Bomber Group
  372. vietnam war air force hero
  373. As a Marine officer, Justin volunteered for deployment to Iraq in 2006, and served as a Civil Affairs Team Leader while attached to an infantry battalion. While on a routine combat patrol, Justin was shot in the head by a sniper. Although the original pro
  374. USAAF, 450th Bomb Group, 15th AF European Theater
  375. WWII: D-Day. USS Thompson (joined Task Group 124.7, Convoy O-1, bound for Omaha Beach), Conte was firing at German positions at Omaha Beach, including supporting the Rangers on Pointe-du-Hoc
  376. Born 1921 Pearl Harbor survivor who was on the USS Arizona during the Attacks
  377. Commandant, United States Marine Corps
  378. C-47 pilot that dropped paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division off Normandy (Utah Beach) on D-Day, June 6th 1944
  379. Centenarian, US WWI vet (1895-2005). Wounded in France, at Argonne
  380. D-Day landings veteran. Born: 1923. He is now 91 and lives in Chester, UK. He was a former lieutenant with the 12th Yorkshire Parachute Battalion
  381. WWII: PTO. Battle of Iwo Jima. USMC
  382. air force general
  383. WWII: D-Day. A Screaming Eagle paratropper of A Company, 506th PIR
  384. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor; USS Arizona
  385. WWII: One of the last living Chaplain's Assistant, served in Europe at the Battle of the Bulge
  386. UK WWII D - Day veteran, born 1925. 7th Battalion The Green Howards, first wave on Gold Beach 6/6/44
  387. U.S. Army; Medal of Honor recipient for his actions in World War II (France, Oct. 1944) born August 4, 1921
  388. Jack Coombe  (2)
    WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Left the mess hall to the sight of planes overhead. Injured during the Battle of Midway
  389. WWII: Bataan Death March survivor
  390. 'Brigadier General'
  391. Carl Cooper  (2)
    US Marine, WWII, born 1920. Saw action in Okinawa
  392. marine corps general
  393. Tuskegee Airman; class of 44-H-SE, graduated 9/8/44
  394. navy admiral
  395. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Tern (AM-31)
  396. Gary Cooper  (4)
    Australian Vietnam War Veteran , flight-lieutenant
  397. Wwii: pto. uss helena
  398. John Cooper  (5)
    Retired Lieutenant General with Royal millitary
  399. Director/actor/writer 'Return to Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story' 'Random Passage'/4 years Naval officer in WW2. Landing craft officer-Boat Group Commander for my ship-landing assault troops on the beaches of six Japanese island strongholds
  400. Wren at Bletchley Park
  401. USMC General
  402. marine corps general
  403. Received Congregational Medal of Honor 3/18/2014 for his actions in the Viet Nam War
  404. Fighter ace (six-kill)
  405. Parzival Copes, OC (born 22 January 1924) is a Canadian economist with a particular interest in regional science and specialization in fisheries economics and management
  406. WWII Rosie the Riveter, born 1923. One of 17 siblings, sent by her father to aid the war effort by working at the Curtiss-Wright aviation company in Buffalo, NY. Was a 'bucker', a final step in the riveting process
  407. British General born 1940, last Commandant of the British Sector in Berlin
  408. WWII Pilot, last of the 10 Fighter Boys
  409. WW2 OSS Officer/Technical adviser to the film 'OSS' (1946)/He was trained at the famous 'Camp X' in Canada/As a spy he once lived with an Italian family just 450 yards from a German base
  410. D-Day landings veteran. Born: 1924. He is now 90 and lives in the UK. He was a torpedo man and drove one of the two cranes on HMS Belfast
  411. Commander of British Forces in the first Gulf War 1990-91
  412. WWII: D-Day, Operation Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge, Bastogne, Germany. 101st Airborne Division (Screaming Eagles), 3rd Bat, 502nd PIR
  413. 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
  414. WWII: PTO. Turret Gunner on the Avenger. Carrier Air Group 11. He flew combat missions at Guadalcanal and the USS Hornet (CV-12)
  415. Member of the famed ''Black Sheep Squadron''-VMF-214
  416. French resistance fighter during WWII Lives in retirement community in Loir-et-Cher France
  417. Retired BGEN, USAF. As a Major, she was captured and held as an Iraq War POW (1991)
  418. 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
  419. WWII: PTO, US Navy, USS Auburn: Was at Iwo Jima
  420. Italian ww2 bomber pi,lot
  421. WWII: 59th Coast Artillery Regiment. Escaped the infamous Bataan Death March by swimming, only to be captured again at Corregidor, Fort Mills, in the Philippines on May 6, 1942. POW at Camp Omori, Tokyo Bay
  422. WWII: PTO. Navy corpsman in the battles of Peleliu and Okinawa
  423. US WWII Army vet, born 1926. Tank commander, Patton's 773rd Tank Destroyer Batt. On furlough, passed over to see Nuremburg Trial, as only an NCO. But Russian scientist showed him the evidence room, was his guest for 3 days of the Trials
  424. WWII: D-Day (Omaha Beach), Battle of St. Lo. 29th Infantry Division, 116th IR
  425. Retired General
  426. World War II Veteran, D-Day Invasion, US Navy Combat Demolition Unit on Easy Red sector of Omaha Beach
  427. WWII: He served with the First Marine Division in the Guadalcanal Campaign and was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in an enemy ambush during a jungle patrol following the Battle of Edson's Ridge
  428. USN Admiral
  429. Australian Military
  430. World War One
  431. WWII: D-Day. H Company, 502nd PIR,101st Airborne
  432. WWII Marine, Author of The Brig Rat
  433. Navy SEAL, Vietnam hero, author
  434. Tom Coughlin  (2)
    JFK - Honor Guard. Was positioned at the steps of the Capitol when President Kennedy's body was transferred to the Capitol. His spot was on the left, the 7th guard counted from the bottom of the steps upwards
  435. WWII - British D-Day veteran who landed at Sword Beach and saw heavy fighting at Caen
  436. German-born, American physicist (1924- ). Built circuits for the Manhattan Project. One of the few surviving witnesses of the Trinity Test, the first atomic explosion
  437. USS Downes
  438. navy admiral england
  439. Australian WW2 veteran born January 1, 1913
  440. Vice Admiral (VADM) Michael L. Cowan, US Navy (USN) Surgeon General of the U.S. Navy (2001-2004)
  441. Was Winston Churchill's Head of Security at Chequers (British Prime Minister's country estate) during WW2, lives in Australia
  442. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  443. WWII Veteran SPAR, Women's Coast Guard
  444. navy admiral
  445. British war hero born in 1919, received the Distinguished Conduct Medal in WW2
  446. WWII: USMC. Guadalcanal
  447. 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
  448. British air ace from WW2 with 8 victories
  449. 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
  450. WWII: D-Day. Medic landing in the first wave with the 116th Reg 29 ID at Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944; hit by a mortar at 12:30 PM
  451. James Cox  (2)
    LCDR - US NAVY Blue Angels
  452. John Cox  (3)
    WWII: Burma (flew parachute troopers and supplies into Burma). Bangladesh (Support of Claire Lee Chennault, The Flying Tigers). 27th Troop Carrier Squadron
  453. USS Indianapolis survivor
  454. WWII - British D-Day veteran (tank gunner) who landed at Gold Beach
  455. WWII: PTO. Battle of Cape Gloucester, 1943. Purple Heart
  456. Retired colonel
  457. Phil Coyne  (2)
    Worked as an usher for the Pittsburgh Pirates till he was 99 years old. Also is a WWII Veteran
  458. Former United States Army general. His last military assignment was as Commander, United States European Command and NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe from December 2006 to June 30, 2009
  459. Supreme Allied Commander Europe
  460. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. PH Naval Base - 1010 Dock
  461. ww 11 army hero (cmh)
  462. David Craig  (5)
    WWII: Merchant seaman in the 'Murmansk runs' of World War II
  463. air force marshal england
  464. WWII: British Arctic Convoy veteran
  465. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  466. WWII: Marine Corps pilot in the Pacific; personal pilot of General Roy Geiger
  467. WWII: PTO. Fighter Ace, 13 victories, 120 missions. Battle of Guadalcanal. Later served in Korean and Vietnam war
  468. U.S. Army Medal Of Honor recipient (November 1965, Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam). Born 1933
  469. World War II veteran and one of few living children of Civil War veterans. His father, James Crane, was a Confederate soldier
  470. US WWII Navy veteran, born 1925. USS Indianapolis, one of the last 5 living as of 6/21
  471. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Maryland
  472. WW2 fighter ace - 5 Kills - USAAF
  473. WWII - Captain in the Navy's Chaplain Corps; served with Marine Corps units in high-casualty combat operations during WWII and the Korean War; saw flag-raising at Iwo Jima; pictured in well-known photo of baptizing a soldier at Iwo Jima
  474. WWII: PTO. Battle of Midway. USS Yorktown
  475. WWII - US Navy, USS Saratoga. On board during the Battle of Iwo Jima when the 'Sara' was hit by 4 Kamikazes and 3 bombs, he and his crew worked to keep the Saratoga fueled and afloat
  476. Marine Survivor Pearl Harbor USS Arizona WWII
  477. ww 11 army hero (cmh)
  478. Vice Commandant USCG
  479. World War 2 pilot, Y29 Raid participant, born March 16, 1924
  480. air force general
  481. WWII: 507 PIR, 82nd Airborne (All Americans). D-Day, Battle of the Bulge, Bronze Star. A bridge at Chef-du-Pont in Normandy, where he led a successful assault on the German troops, bears his name. Bronze Star, Purple Heart,
  482. Korean war ace - USAF - 5 Kills
  483. (1927-1997) Born Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County, Tex., 2/26/1927, Served U.S. Navy World War II; lawyer; member of Texas state senate, 1961-81. Died April 28, 1997 Interment at Woodland Park Cemetery, Mineral Wells, Texas
  484. Member of french resistance WWII
  485. WWII Assistant Chaplain (born 1922), served at Okinawa. In 2018, gave the daily invocation for the US House of Representatives. Billed then as the last living WWII Assistant Chaplain, though at least two others were also alive then
  486. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor. USS Oklahoma
  487. (March 8, 1923 - September 25, 1999) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration?the Medal of Honor?for his actions at the Battle of Buchhof and Stein am Kocher in World War II
  488. WWII - Air Force, Pacific Theater. Crew member of B-29 'Little Gem' who flew notably succesful missions on the Japanese mainland. Berlin Airlift after the war
  489. marine corps general
  490. Tuskegee Airmen, WWII
  491. air force general
  492. WWII: PTO. Survivor of the sinking of the USS Liscome Bay in the Battle of Tarawa on 23 November 1943 when 687 got killed
  493. Vietnam War Fighter Pilot
  494. WWII Veteran, flew with the PBM Mariners
  495. Last US WWI aviator (1893-2003). Trained as a Signal Corps pilot, got his wings in Oct 1918. War over before sent overseas. Played football in 1918 Thanksgiving game against Army team, considered first early Air Force/Army game
  496. Navigator 100th Bomb Group - author, A Wing And A Prayer
  497. WWII Fighter Ace (5.25 Victs) - US Navy - Navy Cross, flew the hellcat, skyraider, f8f bearcat, iwo jima, okinawa
  498. U.S. Air Force brigadier general (Ret.)& author 'Around the World with LBJ: My Wild Ride As Air Force One Pilot', White House Aide, & Personal Confidant/Military aide & chief Air Force One pilot under President Lyndon B. Johnson
  499. D-Day landings veteran. Born: 1927. He is now 87 and lives in Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK. He worked as a fuse-setter aboard HMS Belfast