Timeless Voices - Jeanie Blankenship
Jeanie Blankenship joined the U.S. Navy in 1992 and was commissioned as a Naval Aviator in 1993. During her service she flew P-3 Orions with VP-9 and served as a T-34 instructor. Upon leaving the service in 2001 she joined U.S. Customs flying P-3s.
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Timeless Voices - Karen Fuller Tribbettc
On October 17, 1997, Karen Fuller Tribbett became the U.S. Marine Corps' first female jet fighter pilot. In her 13 years of service, she served in two F/A-18 Hornet squadrons and finished her USMC career flying Gulfstream G550's.
Timeless Voices - Kristy Kiernan
Kristy Kiernan was a HU-25 "Guardian" Falcon Jet pilot with the United States Coast Guard from 1992 to 2002. She flew search and rescue, drug interdiction, marine environmental protection, and military readiness missions during her service.
Timeless Voices - Janet Therianos
Brig. Gen. Janet Therianos was one of the first women to enter the USAF Academy in the Class of 1980. She became a tanker pilot and eventually squadron commander. Today she is the Director of Intelligence for the USAF Air Mobility Command.
Timeless Voices - Jack Kearbey
Jack Kearbey served in the Air Force and Air National Guard as an autopilot/instrument technician and flight engineer for 38 years. He has built three airplanes, including an immaculate Hisso-powered replica homebuilt Royal Aicraft Factory S.E.5a.
Timeless Voices - Terry Thompson
Terry Thompson served as a T-38 instructor and C-130 pilot in the USAF. He finished his career as the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s Joint Task Force Six, and now volunteers as a mission pilot for the Civil Air Patrol.
Timeless Voices - Les Eash
Les Eash worked for McDonnell (later McDonnell Douglas and now Boeing) as a mechanical engineer for many years. One of his most unique projects was working on the XF-85 Goblin parasite fighter between 1947 and 1949.