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
Ronald Garth Heitritter
After serving in the USAF and flying 747’s Ron Heitritter and his wife “made multiple humanitarian trips to Africa.
In 2003, Ron Heitritter flew 318 missions in six months for Air Serv International, which provides flight services to humanitarian organizations.
From 2004 to 2008 they volunteered for six-month stints at a home for abandoned babies and HIV-infected infants in South Africa.
Two years ago, they celebrated their 40th anniversary by making a return trip. “Instead of a party, we decided the most meaningful thing to us was to go back to Africa for 40 days of service,” Lynn Heitritter said.” (1)
Source Herald.net, Everett, WA