Timeless Voices - Don McKibben
Don McKibben was one of the original cadre of pilots with the 352nd Fighter Group, 8th Air Force during World War II. He flew 80 combat missions with the 486th Fighter Squadron in P-47s and P-51s until September 1944.
Timeless Voices - Glen Cooley
Glen Cooley was a B-24 instructor pilot for a year in the States before picking up a combat crew and joining the 400th Bomb Squadron of the 90th Bomb Group in the Philippines in May 1945. Cooley later became CO of the group's 319th Bomb Squadron.
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 - Jesse Bell
Jesse Bell joined the U.S. Navy during World War II and served as a Gunner's Mate aboard the destroyer USS Case (DD-370) in the Pacific Theater. After the war he worked for Lockheed in Georgia as a line mechanic for 33 years.
Timeless Voices - Firman Balza
Firman Balza was a Gunner's Mate, 1st Class aboard the battleship USS Maryland when it was struck by dive bombers during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Timeless Voices - Brad Smith
Brad Smith was an A-4C pilot with Navy Attack Squadron VA-76 during the Vietnam War. He was shot down during a strike mission over North Vietnam and spent 6 years 11 months as a POW in the Hao Lo Prisoner Camp, infamously known as the Hanoi Hilton.
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.