Timeless Voices - Ralph Johnson
Ralph Johnson flew P-47 Thunderbolts with the 62nd Fighter Squadron of the 56th Fighter Group - the famed "Zemke's Wolfpack" - during World War II.
1990s RC Fly-In, Part One
In honor of the EAA AirVenture Museum’s fantastic new Model Airplane exhibit, here’s part one of a two-part television package on an RC Fly-In held in Oshkosh, more than a decade ago!
Timeless Voices - Ralph Hawkins
Ralph Hawkins was a C-46 combat cargo pilot during the Korean War. He has owned several general aviation aircraft, and has served as a Civil Air Patrol Mission Pilot and Check Pilot qualified for DEA and Customs missions.
2006 Inductee into the EAA Hall of Fame
Timeless Voices - Jim Soyk, Sr.
Jim Soyk, Sr. enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1950 and was sent to electronics school where he excelled. He was then assigned to Utility Squadron VU-3K attached to White Sands Missile Range, where he worked as a F6F-5K drone operator.
Timeless Voices - Ralph Sims
Ralph Sims was a B-17 tail gunner with the 731st Bomb Squadron of the 452nd Bomb Group, 8th Air Force during World War II. He flew 32 combat missions over France, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and a special mission to the Ukraine.
Timeless Voices - Ralph Tate, Jr.
Ralph Tate, Jr. flew tranports in India and China for the Air Transport Command during World War II. After the war he flew VIPs and had the harrowing experience of crashing a C-47 into the Swiss Alps and spending 5 days trapped on a mountain top.