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Last day to register for the Dayton Event, April 9-12
ACC Commander General J. Hawk Carlisle is the dinner speaker for our upcoming banquet at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.
Additionally we have a showing planned with Bob Hoover introducing his new movie, Flying the Feathered edge. We expect 330 to attend and will have assigned dinner seating selection charts for the banquet.
The deadline for sign up is March 6th, and we currently have 322 signed up.
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See All Posts Shep gets around! (2/25/2015) - Four National Guard retired generals (all Super Sabre Society members) with General Hawk Carlisle, our Dayton speaker, in D.C. Don’t miss the latest news on our website. Currently we have about 100-250 visits per day. Jim Flemming, RAAF headed west (2/11/2015) - Jim Flemming, (89) passed away on 11 February at the National Capital Private Hospital, Australia after a lengthy period of deteriorating health owing to cancer and renal disorders. He leaves behind his wife Pat and three children – Peter, Geoffrey and Terese. Jim Flew the F-100 on exchange with the USAF in 1958-59. The Fighter […] Ray Kleber awarded Congressional Gold Medal (2/5/2015) - SSS member, Col Raymond B. Kleber, 89 received the Congressional Gold Medal on Dec. 10, 2014 in Washington, D.C., for his outstanding achievements in the Civil Air Patrol during World War II. Col Kleber, a Goldsboro resident, is a former commander of the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Among his many achievements, Col Kleber was […] Les Leavoy headed West (1/29/2015) - Les Leavoy 90, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends he laughed with, lived for, and loved on January 29, 2011. He was predeceased by his best friend and the love of his life Bootie Leavoy after 60 years of marriage and his son Lance C. Leavoy. Les was born in Roseville, Michigan to […] Raymon Perez headed West (1/27/2015) - SSS member Major (ret) Ramon Hector Perez “Papa Mon”, March 3, 1929 – January 26, 2015 headed West after a brief illness, surrounded by his wife and children in Austin, Texas. Ramon lived a life dedicated to his family and proudly served this country as an officer in the United States Air Force. Ramon was […] Jack Wilhite headed West (1/26/2015) - SSS member and Colorado ANG legend, Jack Wilhite flew West Jan 27th at the age of 86. He attended our last event at the National Air and Space Museum and last we knew he was still flying his Mig 17. Col. Jack Elliott Wilhite was born in Deep River, Iowa on August 18, 1928. His […] Hoot Gibson headed West (1/24/2015) - Col William “Hoot” Gibson (USAF Ret) passed away Jan. 24 th in Denver after a long courageous fight against cancer. During a distinguished 31-year Air Force career, Hoot accumulated 4400 flight hours with 600 combat hours in fighter jets that included the F-84, F-86, F-100, RF-101, RF-4/C and F-4 D/E. After retiring Hoot served 6 […] Daniel Guy McIntosh headed West (1/17/2015) - SSS member Daniel Guy McIntosh, of Mountain Home, Texas died peacefully in his sleep, Jan 17, 2014. Dan entered the world December 9, 1929, in Detroit, Michigan, son of a Plumber, Guy H. McIntosh, and Oneida C. Schoof. Dan worked construction to attract the ladies and, as an afterthought, pay for college. Upon graduation from […] James F. “Knobby” Walsh headed West (1/16/2015) - James F. “Knobby” Walsh (91) , Lt.Col. USAF , of Sun City, AZ, died Jan. 2, 2015. Born Oct. 17, 1923 in Chicago, IL to James F. and Edythe Walsh. Survived by daughter Linda Bayless (Chuck), brother Edward (deceased ’80), sisters Marilyn Ertl (George) and Sue McDonald (Bob), grandson Steve Bayless (Melissa), granddaughter Becky Rappold […] Tom Swalm headed West (1/15/2015) - SSS member and Thunderbird Lead in The F-4, retired MajGen Tom Swalm headed West Jan 15th while residing in Plano, TX with his family and in the care of his spouse Charlene Lavern Swalm (Canfield). We’ll have more info on the Memorial service 0n Jan 26th soon. Tom was born in 1931 in San Diego. […]
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