29 January 1991 – An American F-15C shot down an IRAF MiG-23 fleeing to Iran with an AIM-7 missile. “During the Air War over Iraq, the mighty Eagle proved to be a very robust airframe, bringing back its pilots after suffering serious damages. After the first ten days of the first Gulf Air War, to
Charles W. Armstrong
Bill served with the USAF for 22 years, 7 months retiring in 1975. He had 1445 hours in the F100C/D/F, 1335 hours in the T-38 instructing at Randolph AFB, and 755 hours in the F84E/F/G, 165 hours in the F86F. His highest award received is the Bronze Star.