14 Actual Announcements By Flight Attendants. This Is How It Should Be. hahaha! reminds me of when one of our flight attendants said "If you are flying with a young child, or someone who is acting like one,please assist them."
Singapore National Open, Sports Hub, Singapore Francis Medina, had a significant break through winning the gold medal for the Philippines at the Singapore National Open. Medina timed 51.30, to book a plane to Malaysia as the SEA Games bronze standard is 51.36. #Abu Sayyaf #Armed Forces of the Philippines #Associated Press #Filipinos #Indanan #Kidnapping #Malaysia #Philippines #Rodrigo Duterte #Sulu
February 10, 1962 Captured American spy pilot Francis Gary Powers is exchanged for captured Soviet spy Rudolf Abel in Berlin Francis Gary Powers (August 17, 1929 – August 1, 1977) was an American pilot whose Central Intelligence Agency U-2 spy plane was shot down while flying a reconnaissance mission over Soviet Union airspace, causing the 1960 U-2 incident.
Audie Leon Murphy (June 20, 1925 – May 28, 1971) was one of the most famous and decorated American combat soldiers of World War II. Description from bestontop10.blogspot.com.br. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Tyrone Power, Lieut., U.S. Marine Corps, WW II. He was an established movie star when Pearl Harbor was bombed. Nevertheless he joined the Marines, became a pilot and flew supplies into, and wounded Marines out of, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. He returned to the states in Nov 1945 and was released from active duty in Jan 1946. He was promoted to captain in the reserves on May 8, 1951.
Betty Robinson, a Pathfinder In Women's Track, Dies at 87
Died March 1999....March 16, 1930--gold medalist at age 16, winning the first women’s Olympic 100-meter dash in 1928 in Amsterdam, Betty Robinson In June 1931, she was injured in a plane crash, feared dead and taken to a morgue but found to be in a coma. She woke up 11 weeks later. Despite the insertion of a rod and pins she... win a second gold medal in Berlin in the 4x100-meter relay in 1936!
Major Charles J. Rosenblatt with his ground crew (1944). He was credited with destroying four Nazi planes and damaging three others. Rosenblatt served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years, and was a fighter pilot during both World War II and the Korean Conflict. He received two Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters in World War II alone.
Captain Steve Bennett~ Vietnam War Rather than save himself by ejecting, and leaving backseater in a non-pilot plane, Bennett ditched the plane but it flipped over and started sinking nose first. The backseater was rescued & Bennett's body recovered. Captain Steven Bennett was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. In addition, in a joint move by the Navy and the Air Force, he was further honored by having an ammunition ship named after him, the M/V Captain Steven L. Bennett.
[Photo] Portrait of German Luftwaffe Oberstleutnant Werner Mölders, 27 Nov 1940; note Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves medal
Portrait of German Luftwaffe ace Oberstleutnant Werner Mölders, 27 Nov 1940; note Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves medal. Mölders was killed when a plane flying him from the Ukraine back to Berlin crashed in Poland in November 1941.
World War II Service Dog ‘Bing’, the parachuting World War II dog who leapt from a Dakota plane on D-Day and led troops to victory, and with British Army sniper Jack Walton. During the D-Day landings, ‘Bing’ would keep watch while his men slept. After the war, he returned to his owner in Essex – and his peacetime name of ‘Brian’ – before dying of natural causes in 1955, aged 13. In 1947, he was awarded the PDSA Dicken Medal, the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross. #WWII #WarDogs