Mike Hutchinson

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Posted On: August 8, 2017

“The B-52 during the Cold War” Mike Hutchinson was an USAF Bombardier and Instructor Navigator on B-52s from 1979 to 1989. From 1989 until 1994, he worked on the B-2 Stealth Bomber. After retiring, Mike then worked for another 15 years on the B-1 Bomber as a contractor.

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Diana (Hopperstad) Titus

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Diana Titus started singing as soon as she could talk, winning her first talent show when she was four years old. In junior high, Diana formed an all-girl band called The Crickets, and Diana bought her first drum set with money earned by working at a drive-in restaurant. In high school, Diana’s family moved to […]

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Tom Gill

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Tom Gill is a US Navy Combat Aviator who served in Vietnam. Tom flew the A4F Skyhawk off of the USS Ticonderoga and the USS Oriskany during two combat tours in Vietnam. During this time he flew 232 combat missions with 412 carrier landings and 112 night carrier landings. He was awarded 23 Strike Flight […]

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Cliff Venne

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Posted On: January 4, 2017

Cliff is a WWII Navy veteran who served on a minesweeper in the South Pacific. After WWII, Cliff taught math and physical education at several American schools in Germany, Italy, and Japan. He will be talking about his time teaching in Germany during the late 1950’s as Germany recovered from WWII, the different sectors of […]

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Lt. Col. Jerry Van Engen

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Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Van Engen, USAF, Ret. spent 26 years in the Air Force and flew 150 combat missions in Vietnam (135) and Iraq (15). He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, 10 Air Medals, and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. He is speaking specifically about the F4 Wild Weasel that he flew in Iraq. […]

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Maj. John T. Szczepanski

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