United States Air Force personnel stubs

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  1. Michelle Manhart

    Michelle Manhart


    Michelle Denis Cross-Manhart (née Hubbard; born October 20, 1976), better known as Michelle Manhart, is a former United States Air Force Military Training Instructor who was based at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, and held the rank of Staff Sergeant. In January 2007 she was relieved of duty and placed under investigation for posing nude in Playboy magazine. She was subsequently demoted to Senior Airman, but chose discharge from service instead.

  2. Steven L. Kwast

    Steven L. Kwast


    Brigadier General Steven L. Kwast was commissioned into the United States Air Force upon graduation from the Air Force Academy in 1986. Once he completed a Masters of Public Policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, he was assigned to undergraduate pilot training and earned his pilot wings in June 1989. Kwast completed F-15E training at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona and later was assigned to the 4th Fighter Wing at Seymour Johnson AFB where he served as a war plans officer, weapons officer and Chief of Weapons.

  3. Esther Blake

    Esther Blake


    Esther McGowin Blake (1897–1979) was the first woman in the Air Force. She enlisted on the first minute of the first hour of the first day regular United States Air Force duty was authorized for women on 8 July 1948.

  4. Shawna Rochelle Kimbrell

    Shawna Rochelle Kimbrell


    Shawna Rochelle Kimbrell is a major in the United States Air Force, and the first female African-American fighter pilot in the history of that service. She flies the F-16 Fighting Falcon, and is stationed at Aviano Air Base, Italy.

  5. Kenneth S. Wilsbach

    Kenneth S. Wilsbach


    Kenneth S. Wilsbach Born 2 April 1965 is a Brigadier General in the U.S. Air Force. He is the Commander of the 18th Wing at the Kadena Air Base, Japan. Wilsbach was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General on August 17, 2009. Maj. Gen. Kenneth S. Wilsbach is the Commander, 9th Air and Space Expeditionary Task Force- Iraq; Commander-Air, U.S. Forces- Iraq; and Chief of Staff-Air, International Security Assistance Force Joint Command. He oversees three air expeditionary air wings and three expeditionary groups consisting of more than 6,900 Airmen directly engaged in combat operations; and he advises and assists with joint expeditionary tasked/individual augmentee taskings in the Iraq combined joint operating area. Additionally, the general serves as the Central Command Combined Forces Air Component Commander's personal representative to the Commander of Headquarters ISAF as well as the Commander-Air to the Commander U.S. Forces- Iraq, ensuring the optimal integration of air and space power in support of Headquarters ISAF and Operation Enduring Freedom missions.

  6. Susan K. Mashiko

    Susan K. Mashiko


    Maj. Gen. Susan K. Mashiko is Deputy Director, National Reconnaissance Office, Chantilly, Va. Her responsibilities include assisting the Director and Principal Deputy Director in managing the strategic and tactical operations of the NRO. Also, as the Commander, Air Force Space Command Element, she manages all Air Force personnel and resources assigned to the NRO and serves as the senior adviser to the DNRO on all military matters.

  7. Kelly George

    Kelly George


    Kelly George (born September 10, 1982) is a social media, public relations and communication professional, and former officer in the United States Air Force, and a beauty queen from Mission Viejo, California who competed for the Miss USA title in 2007.

  8. Alton D. Slay

    Alton D. Slay


    General Alton Davis Slay, Sr. (November 11, 1924 – November 16, 2015) was a four star United States Air Force general and former commander, Air Force Systems Command, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.

  9. James M. McCoy

    James M. McCoy


    James M. McCoy (born July 30, 1930) was the sixth Chief Master Sergeant appointed to the highest Non-commissioned officer position in the United States Air Force.

  10. Larry "Scrappy" Blumer

    Larry "Scrappy" Blumer


    Major Laurence Elroy "Scrappy" Blumer (May 31, 1917 – October 23, 1997) was an American pilot in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. He was credited with six aerial victories, five of which he gained in a single action lasting no more than fifteen minutes on August 25, 1944, earning him the title of the "Fastest Ace in a Day".

  11. Brod Veillon

    Brod Veillon


    Brigadier General Joseph "Brod" Veillon (born c. 1950) is the assistant adjutant general-air for Louisiana. He has served on active duty in the United States Air Force since 1978. He joined the Louisiana Air National Guard in 1992. In 2005, Veillon coordinated the Louisiana National Guard's support of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries search and rescue efforts in response to Hurricane Katrina.

  12. James C. Binnicker

    James C. Binnicker


    Chief Master Sergeant James C. Binnicker (July 23, 1938 – March 21, 2015) was the ninth appointed Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF) — the highest non-commissioned officer position in the United States Air Force.

  13. Joseph Strick

    Joseph Strick


    Joseph Strick (July 6, 1923 – June 2, 2010) was an American director, producer and screenwriter.

  14. Ellen M. Pawlikowski

    Ellen M. Pawlikowski


    Ellen Marie Pawlikowski (born 1956) is a United States Air Force general Gen. Pawlikowski serves as Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. She previously served as Military Deputy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., responsible for research and development, test, production, and modernization of Air Force programs worth more than $32 billion annually. Pawlikowski assumed her current assignment on June 8, 2015.

  15. John A. Dramesi

    John A. Dramesi


    Colonel John Arthur Dramesi (born February 12, 1933) is a retired U.S. Air Force officer who was held as a prisoner of war at the Hanoi Hilton in North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Dramesi is one of only four members of the USAF to be twice awarded the Air Force Cross, the first for the mission on which he was shot down and captured, 2 April 1967, and the second for the six-month period following his second escape and recapture, from May to November 1969, when he was beaten and tortured. He also received an award of the Silver Star for gallantry during an escape on 10 May 1967 and the month following his recapture, when he also was beaten and tortured.

  16. Gail Peck

    Gail Peck


    Colonel (Ret.) Gaillard (Gail) R. Peck Jr. (born October 31, 1940) was a career officer in the United States Air Force. He is best known as creator of the Constant Peg training program that trained United States airmen against a collection of MiG fighter jets.

  17. Darryl Greenamyer

    Darryl Greenamyer


    Darryl Greenamyer is an American aviator. He started his flying career in the US Air Force Reserve. After leaving the Air Force, he then began to work at Lockheed where he eventually became an SR-71 test pilot at Skunk works. While working at Lockheed he met many of the engineers who would later help him make modifications to future race planes. He won his first victory in the Unlimited Class at the Reno Air Races in 1965. He is the third most successful competitor in Reno Air Race history.

  18. Elmer W. Harris

    Elmer W. Harris


    Elmer William Harris was a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot and ace during the Korean War with the 25th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 51st Fighter-Interceptor Wing. He is credited with shooting down eight enemy aircraft.

  19. Frederick J. Finch

    Frederick J. Finch


    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Frederick J. "Jim" Finch (born July 29, 1956) was the thirteenth Chief Master Sergeant appointed to the highest noncommissioned officer position in the United States Air Force.

  20. Marcelite J. Harris

    Marcelite J. Harris


    Major General Marcelite J. Harris (born January 16, 1943, Houston, Texas) became the first African-American female general officer of the United States Air Force. She was born Marcelite Jordan to Cecil O'Neal Jordan and Marcelite Terrill Jordan, Sr.

  21. Dick Johnson (test pilot)

    Dick Johnson (test pilot)


    Richard Lowe "Dick" Johnson (September 21, 1917 - November 9, 2002) is best known for being chief test pilot for Convair, a division of the American defence contractor General Dynamics, and as a founding member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots in 1955.

  22. Sam E. Parish

    Sam E. Parish


    Sam E. Parish (born October 2, 1937) was the eighth Chief Master Sergeant appointed to the highest Non-commissioned officer position in the United States Air Force.

  23. W. Thomas West

    W. Thomas West


    Walter Thomas West (born May 14, 1943) was a Major General in the U.S. Air Force. His last post was to serve as the Commander of the 19th Air Force, Air Education and Training Command at Randolph Air Force Base in Texas.

  24. James Edwin Ray

    James Edwin Ray


    James Edwin Ray (born August 25, 1941) was a United States Air Force officer and fighter pilot. He was awarded the Silver Star for his selflessness and courage in the face of great danger.

  25. Harlan Erwin Mitchell

    Harlan Erwin Mitchell


    Harlan Erwin Mitchell, Sr. (August 17, 1924 – September 13, 2011) was a United States Representative from Georgia.

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