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
Ralph C. Robinson, Jr.
After serving in the USAF, Ralph “Robbie” Robinson attended law school at the University of South Carolina School of Law. After graduation, he began a clerkship with United States District Judge Robert W. Hemphill, and following that, entered private practice in Columbia. In 1983 Ralph merged his law practice with Callison Tighe and the firm was named Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC. He stayed with the firm until his retirement.
Ralph “Robbie” Robinson is credited with having structured and authored one of the first expandable, air space, right-to-build condominiums under the current Horizontal Property Act.