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  • SSS Member Lt Col (Ret) Frank C. Gioco, age 80, of Tucson, AZ headed west  July 20, 2016. He was born in Methuen, MA, in 1936. Frank served in the United States Air Force for 21 years as a fighter pilot and was the recipient of two Distinguished Flying Crosses and nine air medals. He then graduated from the University of Arizona with majors in real estate and finance before He subsequently owned and operated......

  • SSS member Garrett Lynn Redeske headed west July 12, 2016. He graduated from Minnehaha Academy in June 1959. and began his college career at the University of Minnesota in September 1959. His engineering courses in Chemistry, Math and Physics as well as Biostatistics from the U of M Medical School helped Garrett obtain his job with Pillsbury Flour Mills in 1962, whose world headquarters was in Minneapolis, setting up statistical quality control procedures for Pillsbury......

  • Our team was flying low level in spread formation from Fairbanks to Elmendorf in 1960 when I felt a pretty good vibration … and then things smoothed out. I climbed to about 2,000 AGL, and one of the wingmen took this photo. We continued to Elmendorf, had no cross wind and landed without a  problem! Our Maintenance crew replaced the rudder and we flew the next day! Neil L. Eddins...

  • Good news: The second decade of our three-times-a-year journal begins when Issue 31 goes to the printer on 5 July 2016. It should be mailed from Fort Worth, TX, on 13 July via USPS First Class and in your hands soon thereafter (how soon depending on your whereabouts). We think you will be pleasantly surprised with this issue, the first published in our phased transition from Editor Medley Gatewood to Editor John Schulz. Here’s a sneak peek of the Front Cover and Table of Contents on page 2....

  • Happy 4th of July to those who came before us and gave us our freedom; to those who were in cockpits, in alert shacks and on flightlines with us to maintain it and to those who are fighting now to assure it’s future – it is our honor to have served this great country – GOD BLESS AMERICA! FROM THE BOARD AND OFFICERS OF THE SUPER SABRE SOCIETY: Shep, Eddie, Hoppy, Dick, Jim, Dave, JJ, Medley,......

  • “One day we were going off to fly and I had forgotten it, and I got out to the airplane and I thought, ‘Oh crap I don’t have my scarf,’ so I quick grabbed the Jeep and went back and got it,” Haerter recalled. “It was almost like it would have been very bad mojo if I hadn’t.” Nancy, their sons, Chris and Matt, and their grandson Nicholas were on hand for Haerter’s flight at......

  • Photo Courtesy of Jon A. Reynolds 429th TFS, Cannon Deployed to Incirlik AB Turkey, June-Oct 1962 Front Row: Buchanan, Shoenberger, Col Mel Hodges C.O,, Walter Savage, Ops, Doughea, Paape, Graltwohl, Sam Shirk. Second Row: Woody Hall, Bob Revisky, Fredericks, Rick Goddard, Jon Reynolds, Al Vogelin, Baker. Third Row: Dick Nelson, Vince Kelly, John Leight, Bon Roksoz, Unknown, Tom Rush, Bob Wilcox Orange Suit: John Downey Back Row: Unknown, Dick Gibbons, Flight Surgeon (Unk) Note:  The next......

  • Watch breathtaking flights, inspiring pilot stories, and influential interviews with AOPA Live. Videos are available on demand. Source: Father’s Day Tribute...

  •              Ted Banick   December 11, 1932 – December 24, 2015 SSS member Col. Theodore J. Banick, USAF,  Headed West Dec. 24, 2015 in Banning, CA. A memorial service will be held at Riverside National Cemetery Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. Ted, as he was known to all, was born Dec. 11, 1932 in Chicago, Illinois and joined the United States Air Force in 1952 and served until 1980. While in......

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