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  1. 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
  2. WWII, German Fighter pilot, Jagdgeschwader 51 (JG 51)
  3. TWA PILOT/Race and Test Pilot
  4. Member of the AVG-Flying Tigers WWII--[3.5 victories]
  5. WWII air force hero & Ace (275 victories)
  6. WWII German Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot Ace with 46 victories
  7. WWII Ace (10 Kills) 56th Fighter Group - USAAF - DSC
  8. Tuskegee Airmen pilot
  9. Air evacuation nurse for the U.S. Army Air Force
  10. United Airlines Flight 232 co-pilot
  11. 101st airborne, c co- not band of brothers
  12. commander 18th wing
  13. Flight scientist NASA Human Space Flight
  14. 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
  15. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  16. Tuskegee Airman
  17. Member of the Flying Tigers (AVG) WWII
  18. Tuskegee Airmen
  19. 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.?
  20. Tuskegee Airman, flew P-40 and P-47 aircraft
  21. 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
  22. LCDR - US NAVY Blue Angels
  23. Pilot of the shuttle carrier aircraft that carried the Endeavour on its last flight
  24. WWII Fighter Pilot Ace-5 victories, USAAF, 352 Fighter Group, 487 Fighter Squadron
  25. 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
  26. WWII Luftwaffe Ace 28 victories e.g. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  27. WWII US Fighter Ace (9 Victs.)
  28. Tuskegee Airman- Pilot
  29. Tuskegee Airman- Pilot
  30. 1st Lt. US Army Air Corps WW2 veteran who flew a P38. (Born 1924)
  31. Tuskegee Pilot
  32. world war 2 fighter ace vf-2 - 5 Kills - US Navy
  33. WW2 fighter ace - USAAF - 8 Kills
  34. WW2 Flying Ace & Flying Tigers Pilot
  35. WWII Stuka Ace/Roell is credited with 83 victories during the war and is a German Knights Cross Recipient
  36. Tuskegee Airmen Pilot
  37. Paul Rogers  (2)
    WWII - 101st Airborne Division, 506th PIR, Easy Company ('Band of Brothers')
  38. The oldest surviving member of the original Tuskegee Airmen who became legendary for their service in World War II. He was born in 1915
  39. 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
  40. 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
  41. Dan Rooney  (2)
    Lt. Colonel, Christian, husband, father of 5 girls, Founder of Folds of Honor Foundation, USAFR Fighter Pilot, Washington Speakers Bureau, PGA professional and author
  42. Noted archeologist...great-granddaughter of Theodore Roosevelt
  43. WWII Flying Tiger Pilot 'Joe' Author Flying Tigers Joe Adventure Story Cookbook/(Pilot) (CNAC 1942 - 1945) (Captain - March 1943) (Hump Flights - ???)
  44. Canadian WWII-Fighter Ace
  45. WW2 air ace - 5 Kills - USAAF
  46. Rick Rose  (2)
    CAPT - USMC, US NAVY Blue Angels C-130 'Fat Albert' Pilot
  47. American fighter pilot (Ret.)/As captain in the US Air Force, flew 30 missions in an F-16 Fighting Falcon during the Persian Gulf War. His book about his experiences in the war, titled Vipers in the Storm: Diary of a Gulf War Fighter Pilot
  48. Tuskegee Airmen/332nd FG/302nd FS
  49. Swiss man who flew across English Channel using jet-powered wing strapped to his back
  50. (No Kum-Sok) Sept 1953 2 months after Korean War ended with an armistice, a 21-year-old North Korean fighter pilot defected to a South Korean airfield with a state-of-the-art Russian fighter plane
  51. 'Easy Company' 'Member of a Band of Brothers'
  52. WW2 WASP/Airfield Assignments; Love Field & Selman Army Air Field
  53. JFK/Air Force One crew member that was in Dallas, 22 November 1963
  54. P-47 Thunderbolt Ace of WWII, F-86 Sabre Ace of WWII, 10.5 victory Ace with 406th FG
  55. Colonel pilot of Air Force One for Presidents Carter and Reagan
  56. WW 2 Luftwaffe Fighter Ace and Me262 Pilot 222 victories
  57. Award winning pilot from Fenwick, Ontario (Born: 05/12/1911) and has been called one of Canada's most experienced air racers
  58. Air Force test pilot for the X-15 program
  59. pilot landed small aircraft in red sq. in moscow
  60. 'Space Explorer', 'Private Space Entrepreneur'
  61. First to fly around the world non-stop, non-refueled. Aircraft named Voyager
  62. Captain Elizabeth (Liz) Ruth is an American pilot who is the only woman to fly the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy. She works at Armstrong Flight Research Center. She has flown for the United States Air Force, flying Boeing T-43 and North
  63. Tuskegee Airmen 99th Pursuit Squadron