Timeless Voices - Dan Cherry
Brigadier General Dan Cherry served in the United States Air Force from 1959 to 1988. He flew two combat tours during the Vietnam War: the first in F-105s and the second in F-4s for a total of 285 combat missions. He is credited with one MiG-21.
Timeless Voices - Steve Ritchie
Brig. Gen. (USAF Ret.) Steve Ritchie made history as the only United States Air Force pilot ace of the Vietnam War, flying an F-4 Phantom II and shooting down five MiG-21 fighters between May and August of 1972.
Timeless Voices - T.R. Swartz
T.R. Swartz was a Navy A-4 Skyhawk pilot during the Vietnam War. On May 1, 1967, while serving with Attack Squadron VA-76 aboard the aircraft carrier USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31), Swartz shot down a MIG-17 with an unguided ZUNI rocket.
Timeless Voices - Harley Vincent
Harley Vincent was a U.S. Army helicopter pilot from 1958 to 1980. He served with Company B of the 25th Aviation Battalion during the Vietnam War and was awarded the Bronze Star for Merit in 1967.
Timeless Voices - Shari Thomas
Shari Thomas is an A&P Mechanic and Commercial Pilot. She is currently involved with the American Wings Air Museum where she does maintenance on and flies an OV-1 Mohawk.
Timeless Voices - Earl Friesel
Earl Friesel spent 23 years in the USAF. To his great disappointment he became a flight instructor after graduating from flight school, but was eventually able to get a fighter assignment flying F-4E Wild Weasels during the Vietnam War.
Timeless Voices - Tom Tomlinson
Tom Tomlinson was a UH-1 Huey pilot with the 282nd Assault Helicopter Company during the Vietnam War. He had nearly 1300 combat flight hours flying air assault, medivac, and recon missions.
Timeless Voices - Ron Alexander
Ron Alexander served as a C-130 pilot in the Military Air Transport Service (MATS) before being assigned as a C-7A Caribou pilot during the Vietnam War.
Timeless Voices - Robin Olds
This EAA Timeless Voices of Aviation interview with General Olds was recorded at AirVenture 2002. General Olds died on June 14, 2007, one month short of his 85th birthday. His presence at AirVenture 2007 will be greatly missed.