You may not know about the places at Nellis AFB, NV that are named for F-100 pilots. Here they are…
Boyd Hall is named for Colonel John R. Boyd. While an F-100 gunnery instructor with the Fighter Weapons School 1955-1960, he described and mathematically quantified fighter tactics, developing the Energy-Maneuverability Theory. He later developed the Observe-Orientate-Decide-Action (OODA) Loop for decision making and was considered a key influence in design and development of the F-16.
Bartley Circle named for Capt John M. Bartley (FT) who died in an F-100C crash near Wheelus AFB in Libya on 12 Jul 1958.
Hogenmiller Circle named for Maj Gerald J. Hogenmiller who died in an F-100F crash on 12 Sep 1960.
Leithen Circle named for Maj Frank E. Leithen, Jr., who died in a Thunderbird crash of an F-100F on 12 Oct 1966.
Milowski Circle named for Lt Col Walter J. Milowski, who died in an F-100D crash on 5 Jun 1959.
Nial Circle named for Capt George A. Nial who died in a Thunderbird crash of an F-100C on 6 Apr 1961.
Rutte Circle named for 1 Lt Robert L. Rutte who died in a Thunderbird crash of an F-100C on 26 Sep 1957.
Strunk Circle named for Capt William A. Strunk who died in an F-100D crash on 30 Apr 1959.