Timeless Voices - Dick Cole
Dick Cole was copilot for Col. Jimmy Doolittle when Doolittle led a force of 16 B-25 bombers from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet to bomb targets in Japan on April 18, 1942 - the first attack on Japanese soil during World War II.
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Timeless Voices - Eldon Bevens
Eldon Bevens (1925-2011) was a B-17 ball turret gunner with the 570th Bomb Squadron of the 390th Bomb Group during WWII. He flew 6 combat missions between November 1944 and January 1945 and was wounded on his final mission. Recorded in 2002.
Timeless Voices - C.E. "Bud" Anderson
C.E. "Bud" Anderson flew P-51 Mustangs with the 363rd Fighter Squadron of the 357th Fighter Group, 8th Air Force during WWII. Over the couse of two combat tours and 116 combat missions, Bud became an ace credited with 16.25 aerial victories.
Timeless Voices - Roman Ohnemus
Roman Ohnemus was a B-25 pilot with the 501st Bomb Squadron of the "Air Apaches" 345th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force during World War II. He flew low-level bombing and strafing missions against Japanese targets in the South Pacific.
Timeless Voices - M.J. "Jack" Gruber
M.J. "Jack" Gruber was a B-17 pilot with the 711th Bomb Squadron of the 477th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force during WWII. He flew 33 combat missions. On one of his last missions he had to ditch his B-17 in the English Channel. (recorded in 2002)
Timeless Voices - Carl Unger
Carl Unger (1931-2013) designed and constructed the iconic Breezy prototype in 1964 with fellow corporate pilots Charley Roloff and Bob Liposky. For over 40 years, Carl flew the Breezy to air shows and other events, giving thousands of free rides.
Timeless Voices - Douglas Gordon-Forbes
Douglas Gordon-Forbes (1920-2013) served as a B-17 bombardier with the 571st Bomb Squadron of the 390th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force during WWII. He flew 25 combat missions during his tour in Europe.