29 September 1954 – The North American F-100 Super Sabre entered service with the United States Air Force‘s 479th Fighter Wing. Initially, the new wing maintained tactical proficiency with the World War II-era F-51Ds inherited from the Air National Guard, then in February 1953 upgrading to the North American F-86H Sabre jet aircraft. The wing
Robert Gene Pollock
Preferred Name: Rob
Nickname/Call Sign: Blitz
Date of Birth: November 13, 1939
Highest Military Grade: 0-6 – Colonel
Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
Rob Pollock flew the F-100 from 5/1966-4/1967 with the 510th Tactical Fighter Squadron out of Bien Hoa AB, Vietnam, and from 4/1967-6/1969 with the 494th Tactical Fighter Squadron out of RAF Lakenheath, England.