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.
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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.
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 - Larry Ernst
Capt. Larry Ernst (USN Ret.) flew two F-4 combat tours during the Vietnam War, was in one of the first TOPGUN classes to learn advanced air combat maneuvers, served as a test pilot, and was the last captain of the aircraft carrier USS Midway.
Timeless Voices - Caroline Jensen
Caroline Jensen graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1998. She served as a T-38 instructor pilot and transitioned into F-16s. After completing a combat tour in Iraq, she joined the USAF Thunderbirds demonstration team as right wing pilot.
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.
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.