Timeless Voices - Urban Rahoi
Urban Rahoi served as a B-17 pilot with the 773rd Bomb Squadron of the 463rd Bomb Group during WWII. Urban flew 5 combat missions before being pulled out of combat duty to serve as the squadron's formation instructor.
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 - 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.
Timeless Voices - Les Smith
Les Smith enlisted in the Army Air Corps in November 1941. He joined the 61st Fighter Squadron of the 56th Fighter Group as one of the group's original P-47 pilots. He flew 138 combat missions during WWII and was credited with 7 aerial victories.
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.