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  1. Flight (scientist)
  2. WWII Japan Pilot that bombed Pearl Harbor
  3. Ww 2 air ace
  4. Expert in jet engine performance, measurement uncertainty analysis and Weibull analysis. Dr. Bob holds a patent on a feature of the J58 Pratt & Whitney engine that powers the worldâ-?s fastest aircraft; recover bleed air system
  5. director of the space shuttle program
  6. Tuskegee Airmen 332nd Fighter Group!
  7. Battle of Britain Pilot
  8. French WWII fighter ace, 23 victories moved to the US after the war
  9. 'Dr. Wernher Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  10. Co-pilot on a B-29 that accompanied the Enola Gay, also the Bockscar's navigator for the Nagasaki bombing, WWII
  11. WWII Pilot - Tuskegee Airmen; B-25 Bomber Pilot (flew the b-25, pt-17, bt-13, and at-10, b-10
  12. Flight (scientist)
  13. Highly decorated combat ace of World War II (born 1912-)
  14. Bryan Allen  (2)
    Pilot, First Human-Powered Aircraft Flight
  15. Astronaut: STS-5, STS-51A
  16. WWII Ace (5 kills) 5th September 1944 - Destroyed 5 aircraft, to become 'An Ace in a Day' - USAAF
  17. (1900-1985) was a United States aircraft businessman and the President of the Boeing Company from 1945-1970. While President of Boeing, numerous planes of renown today were launched, among them the Boeing 727, 737, and 747
  18. 'Easy Company' 'Member of a Band of Brothers'
  19. Tuskegee Airman- Pilot
  20. Tuskegee Airman- Pilot
  21. Flight (aviator)
  22. 'Tuskegee Airmen'
  23. Astronaut sts-90 106 109 125
  24. American WWII - Pilot, USAAC, Member of combat mission 'Yamamoto Mission' in October 1942
  25. St. Maartener businessman, owner of AVA Air airlines
  26. WWII Ace - 5.5 Victories - USAAF
  27. WWII fighter ace (5 kills) flew the f6f-hellcat, f4-u corsair
  28. Flying Tiger-crew chief, named Jacobson in 1941-42
  29. WWII - Fighter Ace, USAAF, 17 Kills victories. 8th Air Force, 357th Fighter Group, 363rd Fighter Squadron('The Yoxford Boys'), stationed in UK
  30. Second officer on the D.B. Cooper flight in 1971
  31. Flight (aviator)
  32. Sweden´s Only Fighter Ace
  33. WWII - Air Ace USAAF - 6 victories; CBI (China-Burma-India) Theater, 530th Fighting Squadron, 311 Fighter Group. Also flew missions in Korea. Later operations staff officer with the Atomic Energy Division
  34. Swedispilot born 1918, was shot down and injured by Sovjet, while searching for a missing swedish plane
  35. Pilot
  36. Tuskegee airmen ace WW 2
  37. Astronaut mse astronaut
  38. 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
  39. WWII Fighter Pilot Ace-5 victories, USAAF, 354 Fighter Group, 356 Fighter Squadron
  40. 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
  41. WWII Fighter Pilot Aviation Ace (10 Kills) USAAF, 49 Fighter Group, 7/8 FS, 5AF - DSC
  42. Robert Ashby  (2)
    Tuskegee Airman pilot from WW2; Class of 45-H-TE, graduated in 11/20/1945
  43. pilot and race car driver
  44. weaponeer on Bockscar WWII
  45. World War II Canadian Ace
  46. Canadian WWII Fighter Ace
  47. 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
  48. Israeli Ace Fighter Pilot from the Arab-Israli war. Combination of four Egyptian planes in 1948 & two German planes in WW2 makes him a Flying Ace
  49. 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
  50. WWII Flying Ace (5 Victories); 506th Fighter Group - 457th Fighter Squadron; Iwo Jima, Osaka, Tokyo. Called 'The Last Fighter Ace of WWII' Age 97
  51. American WWII Fighter Ace (6 Victs.)- USMC - Navy Cross
  52. Woman Pilot first woman to fly a B-29, in 1944