Carroll E. Hollier


 

Preferred Name: Gene

Nickname/Call Sign: Gene

Date Of Birth: Unknown

Highest Military Grade Held: Unknown

Hometown: Houston TX

Biography

Operated Home Security Company in Hawaii 1974/80; relocated to Houston 1980.

Involved in numerous charitable organizations as volunteer, especially the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo where he sits on the Board of Directors and acts as liaison between the Chairman of the Board of the Rodeo and the Director of the Johnson Space Center.

Units Assigned

  • F-100 Training Luke & Nellis 1959
  • Lakenheath England, 492 TFW; auto accident 1962 — air evaced to USAF hospital in Biloxi, MS
  • returned to flying status after 15 months
  • assigned to Myrtle Beach AFB as Nuclear/Missile Safety Officer flying T-39
  • assigned to C-130 wing in Abilene TX as Aircraft Commander
  • participated in US support of operations in Dominican Republic, supported NASA in Africa plus a Viet Nam tour in 1965/66
  • USAF Assistant Air Attaché to Bangkok, Thailand 1968/72
  • retired February 1973.

Awards & Decorations

Flight Info

Military Education

  • Navigator Training;
  • Radar Intercept Training;
  • Pilot Training, A/C Accident Investigation School @ USC

Civilian Education

  • Southwest Louisiana Institute (now Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette)
Biography

Biography

Operated Home Security Company in Hawaii 1974/80; relocated to Houston 1980.

Involved in numerous charitable organizations as volunteer, especially the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo where he sits on the Board of Directors and acts as liaison between the Chairman of the Board of the Rodeo and the Director of the Johnson Space Center.

Units - Education - Awards - Flight Info

Units Assigned

  • F-100 Training Luke & Nellis 1959
  • Lakenheath England, 492 TFW; auto accident 1962 — air evaced to USAF hospital in Biloxi, MS
  • returned to flying status after 15 months
  • assigned to Myrtle Beach AFB as Nuclear/Missile Safety Officer flying T-39
  • assigned to C-130 wing in Abilene TX as Aircraft Commander
  • participated in US support of operations in Dominican Republic, supported NASA in Africa plus a Viet Nam tour in 1965/66
  • USAF Assistant Air Attaché to Bangkok, Thailand 1968/72
  • retired February 1973.

Awards & Decorations

Flight Info

Military Education

  • Navigator Training;
  • Radar Intercept Training;
  • Pilot Training, A/C Accident Investigation School @ USC

Civilian Education

  • Southwest Louisiana Institute (now Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette)