Николай Феоктистов

Николай Феоктистов

Николай Феоктистов
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Flight crew wearing the earliest uniforms during Constellation service, 1951. Left to right: Max Diamant (steward), Ze'ev Rondell (steward); Joe Debsky (steward); Kitty Lowenthal Tohar (stewardess); Bernie Hoffman (captain); Livia Eisen Chertoff (stewardess); Herb Bornstein (flight engineer); Dan Lichtenstein Alon (radio operator); Sam Feldman (captain). (EL AL Archive)

Flight crew wearing the earliest uniforms during Constellation service, 1951. Left to right: Max Diamant (steward), Ze'ev Rondell (steward); Joe Debsky (steward); Kitty Lowenthal Tohar (stewardess); Bernie Hoffman (captain); Livia Eisen Chertoff (stewardess); Herb Bornstein (flight engineer); Dan Lichtenstein Alon (radio operator); Sam Feldman (captain). (EL AL Archive)

Back when they were called Airline Stewardesses

Back when they were called Airline Stewardesses

“1945 - Nine of Delta’s flying beauties shown beside a big transport on the apron of the Atlanta Airport. Left to right, Isabel Sanders, Martha Watkins, Josephine Pate, Alberta Cason, Frances Cooper, Christine Ferguson, Hedy Swindel, Nora Walsh and Virginia Lewis.” (Photo courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

“1945 - Nine of Delta’s flying beauties shown beside a big transport on the apron of the Atlanta Airport. Left to right, Isabel Sanders, Martha Watkins, Josephine Pate, Alberta Cason, Frances Cooper, Christine Ferguson, Hedy Swindel, Nora Walsh and Virginia Lewis.” (Photo courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

The Enola Gay dropped the "Little Boy" atomic bomb on Hiroshima. In this photograph are five of the aircraft's ground crew with mission commander Paul Tibbets in the center.

The Enola Gay dropped the "Little Boy" atomic bomb on Hiroshima. In this photograph are five of the aircraft's ground crew with mission commander Paul Tibbets in the center.

A Terrifying Beauty – the Art of Piotr Forkasiewicz > Vintage Wings of Canada

A Terrifying Beauty – the Art of Piotr Forkasiewicz > Vintage Wings of Canada

First woman Thunderbird pilot proud to serve--Maj. Nicole Malachowski is the first woman pilot on the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. (U.S. Air Force photo)

First woman Thunderbird pilot proud to serve--Maj. Nicole Malachowski is the first woman pilot on the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Wounded warrior-she reminds us that women, also, truly are defenders of our freedom and our way of life!

Wounded warrior-she reminds us that women, also, truly are defenders of our freedom and our way of life!

Korean War Veterans

Korean War Veterans

"Native American Veterans Day is important because it puts Native people and Native veterans on the radar, and every time we have a chance to be seen it’s good. It’s good to be recognized as human and contributing to our society."   -Donna Loring, Penobscot  Vietnam War Veteran

"Native American Veterans Day is important because it puts Native people and Native veterans on the radar, and every time we have a chance to be seen it’s good. It’s good to be recognized as human and contributing to our society." -Donna Loring, Penobscot Vietnam War Veteran