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David Ivry

  1. David Ivry was born in Tel-Aviv, in the year 1934.

Air Force Generals

  1. Air Force Generals were surprised to learn that 30% of daily Army cargo was bottled water. (Web site)
  2. The air force generals are now asking the aircraft designers for a subsonic, long range heavy bomber that could operate with, or without, a crew.
  3. Air force generals are like that. (Web site)
  4. The Air Force generals are infatuated with big ticket items, new technology and sleek new machines. (Web site)

Valentina Tereshkova

  1. June 16 - Vostok 6 carries Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman, into space.
  2. Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space on board Vostok 6 on June 16, 1963.
  3. The first woman was Russian Valentina Tereshkova, launched into space in June 1963 aboard Vostok 6.

Alexey Leonov

  1. Alexey Leonov was decorated twice as the Hero of the Soviet Union ( March 23, 1965 and 1975).

Dumitru Prunariu

  1. Dumitru Prunariu was a cosmonaut who was born on September 27, 1952, in Romania.

Curtis Lemay

  1. ISBN 0-517-55188-8.   Crane, Conrad C. (1994). The cigar that brought the fire wind: Curtis LeMay and the strategic bombing of Japan.
  2. Judo 's resurgence after the War was due primarily to two individuals: Kyuzo Mifune and Curtis LeMay.
  3. Curtis LeMay advocated massive bombing of the emerging missile sites, a move that might well have precipitated all-out nuclear war.


  1. LeMay was appointed ( 1948) commander in chief of the Strategic Air Command and in 1957 was also made vice chief of staff for the air force. (Web site)
  2. LeMay was born in Columbus, Ohio on November 15, 1906 to Erving LeMay, an ironworker, and Arizona Carpenter; he was raised in his native city.
  3. LeMay was a belligerent and totally committed anti- Communist.
  4. LeMay was a ringleader in the Joint Chiefs of Staff insofar as urging Kennedy to go to war in the Bay of Pigs and later in the Cuban missile crisis. (Web site)
  5. LeMay was appalled and began an intense program of training and building up air bases around the country and eventually the world. (Web site)


  1. Clay was told to take advice from General Curtis LeMay, commander of USAF Europe, to see if an airlift was possible. (Web site)
  2. Clay was told to take advice from General Curtis LeMay, commander of United States Air Forces in Europe, to see if an airlift was possible.


  1. Kenney was later appointed commander of Allied air forces in the South West Pacific Area, reporting directly to General Douglas MacArthur.
  2. Kenney was promoted to a full General on March 9, 1945 and travelled to Europe as a staff officer.

George Kenney

  1. In 1949 keerde LeMay terug naar de VS om het bevel over de Strategic Air Command op zich te nemen, als opvolger van generaal George Kenney. (Web site)
  2. General George Kenney officially took over as Allied air commander, SWPA.


  1. Harris was promoted to marshal of the RAF in 1946.
  2. Harris was persuaded by Winston Churchill when he became Prime Minister in 1953 to accept a baronetcy.

Michael Hayden

  1. General Michael Hayden, deputy director of National Intelligence, attempted to assuage fears that civil liberties would be savaged by the Bush brown shirts.
  2. The answer has been provided several times, most recently by CIA Director and General Michael Hayden.


  1. The astronaut was made the first freeman of the burgh, and happily declared the town his home.
  2. The first known use of the term "astronaut" in the modern sense was by Neil R. Jones in his short story The Death's Head Meteor in 1930.

Charles Duke

  1. The crew members: John W. Young, commander; Ken Mattingly, command module pilot; and Charles Duke, lunar module pilot.
  2. Charles Duke donated some relics, including a lunar map, to Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
  3. Trivia Panoramic Assembly of Apollo 16 Plum and Flag Craters ( Charles Duke left a plastic-encased photo portrait of his family on the moon.

Chuck Yeager

  1. Chuck Yeager was the first human to fly faster than the speed of sound. (Web site)

Dan Halutz

  1. Gen. Dan Halutz said at a briefing at a military base in northern Israel, according to Reuters.
  2. Not Olmert, not Peretz, not even Dan Halutz - the third corner of this unholy triangle.
  3. Dan Halutz and IAF commander Eliezer Shkedi know how much such a spectacular victory would mean to retrieving their services’ reputations.

Edward Lansdale

  1. The first CIA mission to Indochina, under the code name Saigon Military Mission arrived in 1954, under Edward Lansdale.
  2. Colonel Edward Lansdale suggested that Diem should provide two ballot papers, red for Diem and green for Bao Dai. (Web site)

Garrett Harencak

  1. Col. Garrett Harencak, commander of the 7th Bomb Wing at Dyess Air Force Base, is leaving in July for an assignment in Virginia.
  2. Gen. Garrett Harencak, followed up on the incident by temporarily suspending flying operations for all 20 remaining B-2s to review procedures.
  3. Gen. Garrett Harencak, 509th Bomb Wing commander, who was officially promoted to brigadier general in a ceremony here Jan.

William Anders

  1. The first mission to orbit the moon was Apollo 8, which included William Anders who was born in Hong Kong, making him the first Asian-born astronaut in 1968.
  2. In the process of crews being reassigned, Collins was moved to the CMP position, since his new crew was Borman, Collins and William Anders. (Web site)
  3. William Anders Charles Bassett Selected as a pilot for Gemini 9, but died in a plane crash before the mission.

Albert Boyd

  1. Albert Boyd was a pioneering test pilot for the United States Air Force.


  1. General is a high military rank, used by nearly every country in the world. (Web site)
  2. The general is a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours.
  3. The general was a command pilot with more than 4,000 flying hours, and wore the master missile badge.
  4. The general was appointed vice chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force in August 1968, and chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force in August 1969.
  5. The general was born in Cherokee, Iowa, in 1915.

James Mcdivitt

  1. James McDivitt was an American astronaut who was born on June 10, 1929, in Illinois.

Lauris Norstad

  1. In February 1951, he accompanied General Lauris Norstad to Europe as a member of his planning staff.
  2. Gen. Lauris Norstad is one of only two airmen to serve as the Supreme Allied Commander Europe.


  1. Mattingly was a student at the Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School when NASA selected him as an astronaut in April 1966. (Web site)
  2. Mattingly was the spacecraft commander and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr., was the pilot. (Web site)

Michael Collins

  1. Michael Collins was the first CAPCOM on duty and at 2 hours, 27 minutes and 22 seconds after launch radioed, "Apollo 8.
  2. Michael Collins was the first of these on duty and at 2 hours, 27 minutes and 22 seconds after launch radioed " Apollo 8.


  1. Lemnitzer was promoted to Brigadier General in June 1942 and assigned to General Eisenhower 's staff shortly thereafter. (Web site)
  2. Lemnitzer was promoted to the rank of General and named Commander of U.S. Army Forces in the Far East and of the 8th Army in March 1955. (Web site)
  3. Lemnitzer was one of the senior officers sent to negotiate the Italian surrender during the secret Operation Sunrise and the German surrender in 1945. (Web site)
  4. Lemnitzer was one of the senior officers sent to negotiate the Italian surrender in 1943 and the German surrender in 1945. (Web site)
  5. Lemnitzer was played by John Seitz in the 1991 film JFK.


  1. The Academy is organized on several levels.
  2. The Academy was designed by architect Walter Netsch with the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
  3. The Academy was designed by the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. (Web site)


  1. Allen was awarded the 1999 Distinguished Graduate Award of the Association of Graduates, the alumni assocation of West Point graduates. (Web site)
  2. Allen was awarded the 1999 Distinguished Graduate Award of the Association of Graduates, the alumni association of West Point graduates. (Web site)


  1. Arnold was a General of the Army and retired when the Army Air Force (AAF) was a component of the U.S. Army.
  2. Arnold was a natural flier and pioneer. (Web site)
  3. Arnold was ordered back to Rockwell Field on December 21, 1918, to supervise the demobilization of 8,000 airmen and surplus aircraft. (Web site)
  4. Arnold was ordered to find a suitable location for an airfield in the Panama Canal Zone, then build it and command the aero squadron to be assigned there. (Web site)
  5. Arnold was placed in command of the US Army Air Forces when it was created from the US Army Air Corps in June 1941.

Barry Goldwater

  1. Barry Goldwater was also a prolific spokesman for amateur radio and those in it.
  2. Barry Goldwater was also a prominent spokesman for amateur radio and its enthusiasts. (Web site)

Blue Book

  1. Blue Book was also ordered to reduce the number of unidentified to a minimum. (Web site)
  2. Blue Book was also ordered to reduce the number of unidentifieds to a minimum. (Web site)
  3. Blue Book was also upgraded in status from Project Grudge.
  4. Blue Book was investigated by the Congress and the CIA, with critics suggesting that Blue Book was lacking as a scientific study.

Brent Scowcroft

  1. Brent Scowcroft is a realist.
  2. Brent Scowcroft is a shrewd, no-nonsense military and geopolitical strategist.
  3. Brent Scowcroft is a well-known conservative critic of the war and an American patriot.


  1. Butler is a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours.
  2. Butler was selected for study in France as an Olmsted scholar.


  1. Cadets are eligible for ten orientation flights in CAP aircraft including five glider flights.
  2. Cadets are required to take physical education courses in each of their four years at the Academy.
  3. Cadets are considered the "guardians and stewards" of the Code.
  4. Cadets are divided into four classes, much like a civilian college.

Carl Andrew Spaatz

  1. Carl Andrew Spaatz was born into a German immigrant family in Boyerstown, Pennsylvania on June 28, 1891.

Charles Lindbergh

  1. Charles Lindbergh is a recipient of the Medal of Honor.
  2. Charles Lindbergh was also briefly co-opted by the Air Corps as a spokesman for aviation.
  3. Charles Lindbergh was selected as Time Magazine 's " Man of the Year " in 1927, the first holder of that title.

Charles Sweeney

  1. In his later years Charles Sweeney performed in various air shows doing many maneuvers to awe crowds. (Web site)
  2. The staff was swapped just before the raid and Major Charles Sweeney departed with Bockscar together with The Great Artiste and another aircraft.

Chuck Horner

  1. General Chuck Horner is a real character and I enjoyed his insights immensely.


  1. Duke is one of the astronauts featured in the documentary In the Shadow of the Moon.
  2. Duke was commissioned upon graduation from the Naval Academy in 1957.

Duncan Mcnabb

  1. Duncan McNabb will succeed him as TransCom commander.
  2. The news that appears on Duncan McNabb will appear there and be constantly updated.
  3. Duncan McNabb, Schwartz's successor, senators have not addressed Donley's nomination in part because Sen.


  1. Eaker was a vice president of Hughes Tool Company and Hughes Aircraft (1947–57) and of Douglas Aircraft (1957–61).
  2. Eaker was born in Field Creek, Texas, in 1896, the son of a tenant farmer.
  3. Eaker was inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame, in Dayton, Ohio, in 1970. (Web site)
  4. Eaker was ordered to England in January 1942 and put together a small staff to accompany him.
  5. Eaker was ordered to England in January of 1942 and put together a small staff to accompany him. (Web site)

Elwood Richard Quesada

  1. Elwood Richard Quesada was born in Washington, D.C. in 1904 to an Irish-American mother and a Spanish father.

Gene Budig

  1. Gene Budig is a former commissioner of the American League (1994-2000).


  1. Halutz is a graduate of Tel Aviv University and received a B.A. in economics. (Web site)
  2. Halutz was the leader, and Olmert was led.

Harry Lee

  1. Harry Lee was elected sheriff in 1979, having defeated long-time incumbent Alwynn Cronvich.

James Stewart

  1. James Stewart was active in philanthropic affairs over the years. (Web site)
  2. James Stewart was featured on the cover of "Life". (Web site)


  1. Kids And Teens > People And Society > Biography > Aviators > Lindbergh, Charles. (Web site)
  2. Society > History > By Topic > Exploration > Space > Russia. (Web site)
  3. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  4. Society > Military > Aviation > Aircraft > Fighters > P-51 Mustang. (Web site)
  5. Science > Technology > Aerospace > Aeronautics > History > People > Lindbergh, Charles. (Web site)

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