27 September 1968 – Kuldar “Koot” Visnapuu was serving with the 174th TFS Phu Cat “Bats” in Vietnam. Lt. Kuldar Visnapuu’s had just taken off from a base in South Vietnam when his Supersabre was hit by enemy fire. He turned the plane toward the South China Sea and ejected safely, watching as his jet
Daniel O'Brien Patrick Walsh
“Fire Can” Dan Walsh claimed the longest non-stop flight in an F-100 — 6400 NM, 12 hours and 35 minutes, with three refuelings. After serving in the USAF, Fire Can Dan became a Demo Pilot, Citation 1&2. Civ a/c- CFI, CFII, and Seaplane Instructor.
As an Octogenarian, still giving (kinda mild) aerobatic instruction, RV-6. Proud to be a member of: Aspenosium, Quiet Birdmen, Command Barstoolers, RRVFPA, and SSS (love the reunions).
Married to Susan (pilot), 9 kids, 21 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren.
Always remember: “It ain’t easy to be a fighter pilot”!!!