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San Diego Air & Space Museum release
San Diego Air & Space Museum's International Air and Space Hall of Fame Legends of Flight

November 17, 2012, San Diego, California

Join the San Diego Air and Space Museum in California in honoring the accomplishments of famed air and space pioneers. They are some of the world's most significant aviation pilots, crew members, visionaries, inventors, aerospace engineers, businessmen, designers, spokesmen and space pioneers. They highlight the importance of technology and innovation.

The museum's Hall of Fame represents San Diego's commemoration of those, who throughout history and around the world have made a significant difference and whose contributions are worthy of special recognition.

Don't miss this evening of a lifetime!

Class of 2012:
Meet these legends of air and space for an evening of extraordinary recognition and fun, as you're provided a personally experiential peek into each honoree's life.

  • Apollo 9 (James McDivitt, Russell "Rusty" Schweickart, David Scott)
  • Marine Corps Aviation (100th Anniversary). Accepting on behalf of the Marine Corps is LtGen Robert E. Schmidle, Jr., Deputy Commandant for Aviation.
  • Barron Hilton, "The Patron Saint of Sport Aviation"
  • NASA's Space Shuttle (30 Years of Shuttle). Accepting on behalf of NASA are Dave Radzanowski (NASA Chief of Staff) and Brent W. Savell (Shuttle Program Manager).
  • Dan McKinnon, last Chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board
  • Dr. S. Harry Robertson, III, Crashworthy Robertson Fuel Systems
  • Ray Wagner, aviation historian
  • Bob Wilson, founder and president of Wilson Air Center

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