29 November 1970 – It was a very bad day. For the 3rd time in two days, there was an accident with a U.S. Air Force Fairchild C-123K Provider transport. On November 29th, 3 F-100 pilotS: 1Lt Elmon C. “Mike” Caudill (615TFS), 1Lt Charles Louis Kollenberg (352TFS), and 1Lt Jon Marc King (615TFS) along with
Robert G. Fosnot
Robert Fosnot flew the F-100 from 1967-1969 with the 31st Tactical Fighter Wing out of Tuy Hoa AB, Vietnam, from 1969-1971 20th Tactical Fighter Wing out of airbases at Woodbridge, Wethersfield and Upper Heyford AFB, England. He later flew with the OHANG and AZANG.
Bob’s claim to fame is that he is listed as “The only Hun pilot to shoot down a QF-100 FSAT (drone) albeit with a missile from an F-4.”