Bob Withee (shown above with his P-51 named Jean Ann II after his wife, and at present to the right) is a former Army Air Corps pilot who flew on about 200 missions during World War II.
Ralph Lynn (shown in uniform to the left and at present above) is a WWII B-24 bomber pilot who won the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen health issues, Bob and Ralph were not able to speak at this event. Kim Kovesci, MAPS Executive Director, spoke about the MAPS Museum role in preserving aviation history, and Reed Kimball, MAPS Director of Education, spoke about the Bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Roy. S. Richardson Tuskegee Airmen
Mr. Richardson (shown to the right) is a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen while serving in the United States Army Air Corp. He worked the flight line pre-flighting, taxing and performing aircraft maintenance. Mr. Richardson was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio.