Robert Oaks

Robert Oaks

General Robert Oaks USAF (retired) The first LDS four-star general, he retired from the US Air Force in 1994, after serving on the Pentagon staff, as commander of the 86th Tactical Fighter Wing and later US Air Forces Europe at Ramstein AFB in Germany, and allied NATO...
Aaron Thomas Nemelka

Aaron Thomas Nemelka

Pfc. Aaron Thomas Nemelka Thirteen people were killed when an Army psychiatrist allegedly opened fire on soldiers at the Fort Hood Army base, including Pfc. Aaron Thomas Nemelka. Here is a short profile: The family of one of the victims of the Ft. Hood shooting spoke...
Dr. Ellis Miner

Dr. Ellis Miner

Dr. Ellis Miner Astronomer Dr. Ellis Miner, an astronomer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1965, has worked on missions to Saturn and six other planets. “Whenever we investigate a planet in detail,” he says, “we discover answers to a lot of...
Don Lind

Don Lind

Commander Don Lind U.S. Naval Reserve He was a mission specialist on STS-51B (29 Apr 1985 to 06 May 1985) and has logged over 168 hours in space. He left NASA in 1986. He is currently a professor of physics at Utah State University. biographical data from NASA...
James King

James King

Lieutenant General James King U.S. Army (retired) Commander of the United States Army, Lt. General King is an acknowledged expert in developing intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, and intelligence on operations concepts, architectures, requirements, and system...
Jared Kimber

Jared Kimber

Chief Warrant Officer Jared Kimber U.S. Army (active) His primary duty as part of the 82nd Medical Company in Iraq was flying a Blackhawk helicopter into combat zones, then transporting injured soldiers to safety.  One day in April 2004 he and his crew were flying...
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