Our 2011 Enshrinees

Iven Carl Kincheloe, Jr.
Acclaimed as the first man into space reaching 126,200 feet, and nicknamed “America’s No. 1 Spaceman”.

Charles E. McGee
His 409 aerial fighter combat missions over three wars is a record that still stands. He is a leader in the Tuskegee Airmen Association.

S. Harry Robertson Jr.
Dr. S. Harry Robertson, inventor of the Robertson Crashworthy Fuel System, or “Robbie Tanks”, is credited with saving thousand’s of pilot’s lives. His ballistically tolerant, self-sealing fuel cells have been put to the test, and tried by fire since the system was first employed in the 1970s.

Thomas White
Former Air Force Chief of Staff who was integral to the Cold War structure of the United States Air Force.