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South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame

The South Dakota Pilots Association promotes the active support of the South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame through the SDPA newsletter.

The SD Aviation Hall of Fame is a non-profit South Dakota corporation with federal tax-exempt status, established to honor the pioneers and contributors to South Dakota aviation. One goal of the SD Aviation Hall of Fame is to construct a building on the Black Hills Airport / Clyde Ice Field, Spearfish, SD, to display their aviation history, accomplishments, impact on South Dakota, and memorabilia.

If you know of someone from South Dakota who you believe would be a good nominee for the South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame, please complete and submit the appropriate Nominee Application or contact Ted Miller at 605-642-0277.

The Inductees

Famous inductees such as Clyde Ice, Joe Foss, Duane Corning, Nellie Willhite, Charles Gemar, and more have been honored by the SD Aviation Hall of Fame.

Over 270 combat aircrew members have been inducted into the Combat Air Crew Memorial section of the South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame, and were residents of South Dakota who served their country with honor while flying combat tours in the many wars of the United States, from World War I to the present.

The Home

Presently, the South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame, Inc. has an exhibit of Aviation Hall of Fame members and combat aircrew members at the South Dakota Air and Space Museum located adjacent to Ellsworth Air Force Base, Box Elder, SD.

A new home (shown right, drawn by Claudette Miller) is planned in the future at the Black Hills / Clyde Ice Field, Spearfish, SD, to house the exhibit, aircraft, and memorabilia of the Hall of Fame members for future generations.

Building Fund

A building fund has been established and donations are solicited for this unique South Dakota institution. Your contributions are greatly appreciated. A contribution wall will be constructed and consist of plaques showing the donor’s name and section.

Building Fund Contributions


Platinum Eagle

$5,000.00 or more

Golden Eagle

$1,000.00 or more

Silver Eagle

$500.00 or more

Bronze Eagle

$100.00 or more

Annual Membership



South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame
Black Hills / Clyde Ice Field
424 Aviation Place
Spearfish, SD 57783
Phone 605-642-0277 (days)

Ted Miller
Black Hills Aero
424 Aviation Place
Spearfish, SD 57783
605-642-0277 (days)

Vice President
Rich Krogstad
320 N. Tinton Road
Spearfish, SD 57783
Home 605-642-5385

Board of Directors
Ted Miller, Spearfish
 Rich Krogstad, Spearfish
Pearl Gulbranson, Spearfish
Tami Schroeder, Brookings
Bobbie Potts, Gettysburg

Selection Committee
Barry Bibler, Spearfish
Steve Hamilton, Yankton
Tom Jackson, Jr., Spearfish
Dwayne LaFave, DeSmet
Denny Martens, Vermillion
Tim McDermott, Newell
Ken McGirr, Sturgis
Pearl Miller, Spearfish
Ted Miller, Spearfish
Bobbie Potts, Gettysburg

The SD Aviation Hall of Fame is searching for a “Light Sport Plane” to use in a fund-raising raffle.  If you know of a light sport plane like a J-3 Cub or PA-11, PLEASE contact Ted Miller at 605-642-0277 or email -- at your earliest opportunity!! 

Once a plane has been secured for a Raffle, flyers about the raffle will be mailed through out the state and advertised in the newsletter of the South Dakota Pilots Association. 

Tentatively, a Raffle drawing will be held in mid-September.  Raffle tickets will probably cost $50 each.  MORE DETAILS LATER.  Make checks payable to the SD Aviation Hall of Fame, and mail to SD Aviation Hall of Fame, 424 Aviation Way, Spearfish, SD 57783.  Your raffle ticket will be mailed to you.  Need not be present to win.  Proceeds to the SD Aviation Hall of Fame, non-profit 503-C.

Donated Aircraft
If you have artifacts or an aircraft to donate to the South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame, please contact Ted Miller.

Make & Model: Stits Playmate built by Henry Conrad Balcer
Year: 1968
N number: N6515
Donator: Charlotte Andersen, MD, Badger, SD
Location: Black Hills Aero, Black Hills Airport / Clyde Ice Field, Spearfish, SD

When my Dad started welding chromoly steel in our one-car garage, my 6 year-old eyes were wide with excitement -- this pile of metal was going to be our airplane?  I spent every evening with him "working" on the airplane.  I really could help with some things, like stitching the Dacron covered wings, but I'm sure he put up with my assistance, hoping that I would love it as much as he did.

It worked.

My Dad finished the Stits Playmate in just under 2 1/2 years, the fastest time to date for one to be finished.  N6515 was the first to fly after Ray Stits flew the prototype.  The Playmate made its first trip to Rockford, Illinois in 1969, coming home with a trophy. 

My Dad and I flew many more years to Oshkosh.  We had the airplane in parades, in malls, almost anywhere anyone invited us.  The folding-wing design made it easy for it to be transported as well as allowing it access to places where many other aircraft cannot go.

It had the engine updated early on to the Lycoming 150 hp, which gave it more power, and makes it quite a peppy little craft to fly.

Dad and I rebuilt the Playmate in 1990, giving it all new fabric, new interior, and new avionics.  This time I could participate much more fully, and my Dad and I had a wonderful time doing it together.   What a joy it was to receive the first Paul Poberezny Founders Award for classic custom homebuilt in Oshkosh in 1991. 

While flying with my Dad all those years, I got my license, graduated from medical school, completed my psychiatry residency, got a Skyhawk, and missed Oshkosh only twice in all those years.  I then married the most wonderful man, Art, a pilot, who lives in Badger...on SD19. 

My Dad died in 2002, and I want a place for the Playmate to live forever. 

Charlotte Andersen, M.D.
Badger, SD

Make & Model:  “Jeep” was designed & built by Ralph Burton
Year: 1941
N number:  N41664
Donator:  Burton family
Location:  stored in Rob Burton’s hangar at Custer County Airport

jeepInformation from Rob Burton (Hill City, SD) September 2008:  The “Jeep” was designed and built by Ralph Burton in 1941 at the old Alliance Airport, Alliance, NE.  Ralph was killed in the crash of a Beech Staggerwing near Philips, SD, on March 27, 1944, while carrying airmail between Cheyenne, Pierre, and Rapid City.  The plane was lashed to the top of a car and moved by Ivan Ellis from Alliance to Spearfish, SD.  The single seat plane had a Continental A-40-4 engine (salvaged from a wrecked Taylorcraft), 18-foot wingspan, and 12-foot overall length.  The parasol wing was adapted from a Taylorcraft airfoil and had modified Friese ailerons.  Newspaper accounts from 1941 report, “The plane takeoffs and lands at 55 miles per hour [and has reached speeds as high as 120 miles per hour].  Its cockpit is so small that the instrument panel is only a few inches from the pilot’s face, and the seat is recessed to permit the pilot to wear a parachute.”  The plane was called the “Jeep” after a popular air racer built by Art Chester.  Rob Burton (nephew of Ralph Burton) stored the dismantled plane in a garage for many years.  The plane was rebuilt for static display by Ivan Ellis in 1998-1999, and displayed at Black Hills Aero on Spearfish Airport in August 2002 at the time of the induction of Ralph Burton into the SD Aviation Hall of Fame.  

Inductees in the Aviation Hall of Fame and the Combat Air Crew Memorial

Three people were inducted into the SD Aviation Hall of Fame during ceremonies held at Black Hills Airport / Clyde Ice Field on September 12, 2015.

George Ellsworth Hair
    George was born in Sturgis, SD, on June 20, 1910, and lived until 1996.  He grew up on a farm and in the town of Nemo, then went to Lead in his senior year to graduate from high school.  He lived in Deadwood (had a Conoco gas station with his brother Don), Spearfish, and other towns around the Hills, working at times in a sawmill and the Homestake Mine.  He attended the School of Mines and the University of -Washington in Seattle in civil and aeronautical engineering and received a commission in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1942 as a pilot and instructor.  He married Jessie Francis Woodward in Lead, SD, on May 28, 1932 (married 64 years with 3 children, 8 grandchildren).
    George developed a great interest in flying and was instructed by Clyde Ice.  Ice said in a newspaper article during WW2 that George was a natural.  George worked for and flew with Ice carrying the mail, on rescue missions, instructing, giving passenger rides, and in stunt flying.  One story told to me (his son Doug) involved a stunt where George would drive a car down the runway with a platform built on top of the car, and Ice would land the plane on top of the car.  Another time, for a Spearfish parade (possibly July 4th), it was arranged for George to circle the town and land at the end of the parade, taxi through town as part of the parade, then take off afterwards.  Much to Jessie's concern, George even took their son Doug for a ride in a Waco YPF-7 on his first birthday.
    George enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps after Pearl Harbor and was assigned as a flight instructor.  Later, he flew hundreds of hours in the B-24 and the B-17, as well as 35 missions (almost 500 hours) in the B-29 when he was stationed in India and China, flew over-the hump to targets in China, Singapore, Japan, and others.
    Following his discharge, he moved to Seattle, WA, gave up flying with about 4,000 hours total, and worked for Boeing on aircraft and missile development as an engineer and manager in Flight Test.  He played a major role in the development of the Boeing 747 before he retired in 1969.

Dennis D. Martens
    Denny began aviation employment at Hubbard Aviation in 1957 in Sioux Falls.  He gassed general aviation aircraft and airlines and worked in the shop.  He acquired his private and commercial certificates there.
    Denny moved to Vermillion, SD, in April 1959 to work for Duane Closs, an FBO, and earned his flight instructor rating.  Later, he got his instrument, multi-engine, and instrument flight instructor certificates.  In 1985 he got his airline transport rating.
    In about 1961 Denny became the manager of the Vermil­lion Airport.  As a fixed-base operator, he operated a Part 141 Flight School, an air taxi operation, and aircraft rental business.  Denny was activated with the National Guard in Vermillion in 1962.  Denny served as president of the SD Flight Instructors Association, keeping flight instructors aware of helpful infor­mation.
    He provided pilot service to USD when they acquired their first aircraft, a Cherokee 6 in 1967.  Then he flew two Az­tecs and a Piper Navajo until retirement, accumulating 19,000 multi-engine hours.  Since retirement he has done consulting work and part-time pilot service for USD when needed.  He is the manager of the Vermillion Airport again.  He stayed active in the promotion of general aviation and still gives flight instruction and flight reviews.  Denny has given ground school safety courses for the Yankton Regional Aviation Association for nine years in Yankton and the surrounding area.  He has accumulated 27,000 hours, 19,000 multi-engine, and 8,000 sin­gle engine.  4,000 hours were dual instruction.  In 2007, Denny earned the prestigious Wright Brothers "Master Pilot" Award.

Evelyn Sharp
Aviation Pioneer from October 20, 1919 - April 3, 1944.
    Evelyn began flying at age 14 and earned her private license at 17, her commercial license at 18.  She was a flight instructor at 20.
    Evelyn taught the Civilian Pilot Training Program in Spear­fish, SD, from June 26, 1940 to December 27, 1940, at the Black Hills Airport with Clyde Ice.  Her students remember her as patient and very skilled.  She was respected as a firm, fair instructor.  Between 1940 and 1942, she taught over 350 men and women to fly in the Civilian Pilot Training Program in South Dakota and California.
    Evelyn applied for the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS).  The next class was called Women Air Force Service Pilots.  She had over 2,968 hours of flight time when she re­ported to New Castle Army Air Base in Wilmington, DE, October 20, 1942, assigned to the 2nd ferrying group.
    She delivered over 150 planes of 18 different types.  On April 3, 1944, while ferrying a P-38 at New Cumberland, PA, an engine failed, and she crashed shortly after takeoff.
    Evelyn died in a military plane crash.  She was considered a civilian at the time of her death.  Therefore, she wasn't en­titled to military funeral honors.  The WAFS and WASP were granted military status November 23, 1977.  The people of Ord, NE, gave Evelyn a funeral with full military honors.  Someone placed an American flag on her coffin.  The American Legion conducted services graveside.  Evelyn was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor March 10, 2010.

Four people were inducted into the Combat Air Crew Memorial section of the SD Aviation Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Black Hills Airport / Clyde Ice Field, Spearfish, on September 12, 2015.

Lt Col Edward Joseph Brodsky
Edward was the pilot of a B-24 in WWII, shot down, and was a prisoner of war in Germany.  He and two other American airmen escaped from the Germans while being transferred from one POW camp to another on about April 1, 1945.  They reached American lines just a few days before VE Day.  Edward was born in Owanka and lived in Rapid City after the war.  Nominator Dave Rogers noted that Brodsky flew Roger’s mom from Rapid City to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, in the summer of 1953 in Brodsky’s Navion.

Capt George Ellsworth Hair
George was commissioned in the U.S. Army Air Corps on September 4, 1942, as a pilot and instructor.  He flew as co-pilot and pilot for hundreds of hours in B-24s and B-17s, as well as 35 missions (478 hours) in B-29s when he was stationed in India and China and flew Over-The-Hump to targets in China, Singapore, and Japan.  He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with two bronze oak leaf clusters.  George was born in Sturgis and grew-up in Nemo, Deadwood, and Spearfish.

Col Dana “Dan” Kuecker
Dan was a navigator / weapons systems officer in the F-111F in the U.S. Air Force.  He was stationed in Taif Saudi Arabia and Incirlik AB Turkey and flew 23 combat and 3 combat support missions enforcing the no-fly zone across northern Iraq.  Dan serviced in the U.S. Air Force from June 2, 1983, to December 31, 2008.  He was born in South Dakota and resides here.  He was awarded numerous medals.

Lt George S. Malcolm
George was a lead bombardier / navigator in B-17s between 1943 and 1945.  He was born in Deadwood and grew-up in Nisland, Newell, Sturgis, and Rapid City.  George was shot down on his 16th bombing mission, which was the first daylight bomb raid on Berlin.  He was a prisoner of war until May 1, 1945.

List of all South Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame Inductees

Gen. Duane Corning
Gen. Joe Foss
Clyde Ice
Nellie Willhite

Ole Fahlin
Lt. Col. Charles Gemar

Clark Burton
Walden Lemm
Lt. Col. Howard Muchow
Edison Ward

Vi Cowden
Luverne “Vern” A. Kraemer
Glen Levitt
Raymond Falon

S. Russell Halley
Allen C. McDonald
Alvin Nelson
Bob Orr, Sr.

Donald C. Golay
Clarence O. Hansen
C.Q. “Chuck” Mateer
Harley Rauch

Ivan F. Ellis
James Caven
Cecil Ice
Raymond R. Kolb

William Lee Blakeman
Clifford T. Bobier
Edward Canice Curran
Dale Glen Gregson

Arnold A. Kolb
Dan Hawkins
Robert Burton
John Moodie
George Mortimer

Clifford P. Adkins
Marvin L. Randall
Nathan Howard Kolb
Arthur J. Peterson
Clifford G. Raub

Sam E. Dupris
Kenneth L. Holm
Col. Dennis Fitzgerald

Ralph Burton
Homer W. Claymore
Vayl Oxford
D. Curtis Wik

David R. Ellis
Delmar Deiter

Gail W. Coe
Jon Paul Kolba
Curtis O’Dell Shupe
Burdette “Ben” L. Thompson
Leo F. Webber

James E. Haggart
Gordon O. Malzer
Cecil O. Shupe
James R. Winter

Orvil A. Anderson
William H. Green
Harry Hybertson
William Kepner   
Dorothy Lee
Phyllis E. Peterson
Bruce Schiltz
Albert W. Stevens

Robert (Bob) W. Erlandson
Ola Mildren (Rexy) Rexroat
Helen Jo Severson
Thomas G. Walenta

Lawrence E. Pravecek
Charles M. Summers
Paul Edward Yost

Saxe Pitts Gantz
Colman L. “Buzz” Wagner
Col. John F. Welch

Ann Ross Kary Anderson
Loes Monk Mackenzie
Irma Cleveland Weigel
Laurine Y. Nielsen
Maxine A. Nolt Wright
Marjorie Redding Christiansen
Margaret E. Ehlers Twito
Allen C. Tomnitz


Earle R. Geide
James Linsy Riggs

Steven R. Thompson
Carol Sue Rayburn

Steve Hamilton
Nettie Myers

George Ellsworth Hair
Dennis D. Martens
Evelyn Sharp

List of all Combat Air Crew Memorial Members

  • Adkins, Clifford P.
  • Allen, Donald L., Capt.
  • Alf, Herbert
  • Ambur, Arvid B.
  • Armstrong, Roger W.
  • Anderson, Eugene
  • Anderson, Kenneth D.
  • Anderson, Raymond D.
  • Anderson, Richard P.
  • Appel, Edward W. , Lt. Col.
  • Artley, Carvel R., Lt. Col.
  • Aughenbaugh, Hiland K.
  • Baker, Lyle C., Lt. Col.
  • Balhorn, Ray B.
  • Bauder, Edward H.
  • Beckel, Kenneth T., Lt. Col.
  • Becker, Clinton C.
  • Becker, Duane F.
  • Bell, John A.
  • Benson, Vernell C., Lt. Col.
  • Berg, Mark L.
  • Berg, Vernon L.
  • Bergner, Lawrence W.
  • Blaine, James W.
  • Blair, George W.
  • Blindauer, Richard
  • Block, Francis J.
  • Broadhurst, Glenn
  • Brockel, Donald D., Maj.
  • Brodsky, Edward Joseph, Lt Col
  • Bunjer, Alvern M.
  • Brunick, Sidney W.
  • Bunker, Robert A.
  • Burke, Charles H.
  • Burke, Virgil L., Lt. Col.
  • Bulot, Stephen, Lt. Col.
  • Caldwell, Alfred H.
  • Callan, Thomas H.
  • Callies, Richard C., Cpl.
  • Cannon, Charles J.
  • Carlson, Theodore V., Col.
  • Chambers, William Rex
  • Chard, Raymond, Lt
  • Charamza, Walter W.
  • Childers, Vincent L.
  • Childs, Charles, Lt. Col.
  • Christensen, Otto C.
  • Claymore, Homer W.
  • Clark, Francis R.
  • Clark, Robert W.
  • Clark, Theodore
  • Cole, Hilary, Lt. Col.
  • Cole, Hobart
  • Cole, John C.
  • Colombe, William C.
  • Cool, Lawrence H., Jr.
  • Corning, Duane, Gen.
  • Costain, Richard Y.
  • Crosswait, Bill N.
  • Crosswait, Robert L.
  • Dangel, Cyril J.
  • DeBoer, Raymond
  • DeJong, Lloyd
  • Deiterman, Arnold B.
  • Deiterman, Raymond B.
  • Divich, Chris, Gen.
  • Drayer, Wayne M. Maj.
  • Duba, Lyle H.
  • Dymock, Alfred, Capt.
  • Effenberger, Francis J.
  • Eggers, Myron D.
  • Eibart, Don C., Lt. Com.
  • Eisenmenger, James P.
  • Ellefson, Lloyd A.
  • Ellingson, Bertram E.
  • Ellington, Edward H.
  • Ellis, Horace C., Jr.
  • Engen, Don
  • Erickson, Dale R.
  • Ewert, Paul W.
  • Eymer, Quentin G., 2nd Lt.
  • Fetch, Robert M.
  • Fitzgerald, Dennis C., Col.
  • Flynn, John (Pat) P., Jr., Lt. Col.
  • Foss, Joe
  • Fridrich, Maurice E.
  • Gamet, Joseph (Joe) M., WO JG
  • Graham, James D.
  • Greeno, Harrison M.
  • Habeger, Joseph E., Col.
  • Hagen, Charles L.
  • Hair, George Ellsworth, Capt
  • Halley, S. Russell
  • Hansen, David H.
  • Hanson, Wendell H.
  • Harris, Cecil E., Capt.
  • Hauck, Zelton Piriet, Lt.
  • Havelaar, Marion H., Col.
  • Hayen, Charles V.
  • Hegvold, Arthur E.
  • Heinold, Raymond
  • Hemmingson, Andrew J.
  • Herrmann, Vern A.
  • Hettinger, William D., Capt.
  • Higgins, Frank M., Cpl.
  • Hill, Verlyn W.
  • Hoff, Henry G.
  • Hogen, Marvis T.
  • Holm, Kenneth, L.
  • Huss, Cyril F.
  • Ingraham, John D.
  • Irish, Donald, Col.
  • Jaide, Bernard S.
  • Jangula, Robert E.
  • Jensen, Milford K.
  • Johnson, Warren R., Col.
  • Keppen, Clare F.
  • Kempf, Albert F.
  • Kientiz, Donald V.
  • Kientiz, James
  • Klein, Verle, Rear Admiral
  • Klemme, Leverne H.
  • Kodet, Edward J.
  • Kolashefsky, Walt
  • Kortan, Laverne J., Lt. Col.
  • Krause, James, Col.
  • Kredit, Douglas G.
  • Kruse, Lawrence
  • Kuecker, Dana “Dan”, Col
  • Kvale, John H.
  • Labesky, Joe T.
  • Lagendyk, Nelson
  • Larkin, M.J. “Lark”
  • Lee, R. Neil
  • Lee, Randolph W.
  • Liebman, Robert C., Maj.
  • Lien, Thomas J., Col.
  • Linn, William K.
  • Lomheim, Louis G., LCDR
  • Lommen, Leonard H., Capt.
  • Loitwood, Howard S., Jr.
  • MacFarlane, Terrence
  • Magnoson, Morris, Lt. Col.
  • Mahrt, Martin H., Col.
  • Malcolm, George S., Lt
  • Maltese, Frank P., 1st Lt.
  • Martin, Norman D.
  • Martin, Robert W.
  • Mateer, Charles
  • Mathieu, Reese A.
  • McGovern, George
  • McKelvey, Gordon W.
  • Mednansky, Edward
  • Melby, Roger, Maj.
  • Merfeld, Homer J.
  • Miles, James M.
  • Miles, Quentin C.
  • Miller, Dennis R., Maj.
  • Millette, Robert A.
  • Mills, Christopher, Capt.
  • Minehart, John P.
  • Minow, James W.
  • Morey, Kim, Capt.
  • Muchow, Clifford W., Col.
  • Muchow, Howard A., Lt. Col.
  • Mueller, Paul F.
  • Murray, Bazil
  • Mutcher, Arnold
  • Mulcahy, Paul R.
  • Nelson, Gary G., Col
  • Nelson, Herschel D.
  • Nelson, James R., Col.
  • Nelsen, James S., 1st Lt.
  • Nelson, Kenneth W., Lt. Col.
  • Nelson, Myron A.
  • Nelson, Rudolph E.
  • Nielsen, Howard R., Capt.
  • Nielsen, Niels Robert, Jr., 1st Lt.
  • Nielsen, Roy, Capt.
  • Northey, Clarence, Lt. Col.
  • Nupen, Harlan Clarence, Capt.
  • Nygaard, Eldon E.
  • Oberembt, James M.
  • O'Connell, John E.
  • O'Neill, Wally A.
  • Ohnstad, John V., Lt. Col.
  • Oliver, Thomas K., Lt. Col.
  • Olson, Kenneth C., LCDR
  • Oxford, Vayl
  • Placek, Melvin B., LCDR
  • Potter, Henry A., Lt.
  • Pravecek, Lawrence E., Lt. Col.
  • Raebel, James B., Col.
  • Rauch, Stanley, Col.
  • Raub, Clifford G.
  • Rayburn, Max S.
  • Rayburn, Richard L.
  • Reiser, Heine J.
  • Reynolds, Marc C., Lt. Gen.
  • Riggs, James L., Lt. Col
  • Ritter, Milton W.
  • Robbennolt, Wilfred C.
  • Robinson, John K.
  • Rollag, Stanley A., Col.
  • Root, Roger D., Lt. Col.
  • Roth, Elmer R.
  • Rustemeyer, John S.
  • Ryan, Lynus, 2nd Lt.
  • Sattler, Donald
  • Satzinger, Curtis H.
  • Savage, James W., MSgt
  • Schekel, Lorin E.
  • Schiefelbein, Dean J.
  • Schliesman, Bernard E.
  • Schilling, Robert C., MSgt.
  • Schilt, John L., Col.
  • Schmidt, Darwin L.
  • Schnider, Jesse
  • Schlomer, John C.
  • Schott, Douglas W., Lt. Col.
  • Schroeder, Kenneth A., Jr., Capt.
  • Scott, Melvin R., Lt. Col.
  • Seiler, Eugene R.
  • Severson, Robert A., Capt.
  • Sharbo, Walter J.
  • Sheldon, Benjamin M.
  • Sheppard, C. Oscar
  • Shoener, Donald P.
  • Shubeck, Fred E.
  • Skotvold, Selmer, Cap
  • Slocum, Robert R.
  • Smidt, Orville B., Col.
  • Smith, Donald G., Capt.
  • Snyder, Les, Lt. Col.
  • Stackelhouse, Sheldon J., Maj.
  • Summers, Charles, Maj.
  • Teachout, Gerald E., Lt. Col.
  • Tech, Laverne R., Maj.
  • Temple, Kenneth, Col
  • Thomas, Clark S., Maj.
  • Thomas, John P.
  • Thomson, Morris A.
  • Thune, Harold R., Lt. (JG)
  • Torness, Arthur L.
  • Torvik, Ober L.
  • Traupel, Jimmy J.
  • Tufty, Iver O., Br. Gen.
  • Uken, Leo E.
  • Vacek, Edward L.
  • Valder, Leo F.
  • Van Liere, David
  • Venables, Lloyd V.
  • Vetterman, Larry D.
  • Vick, Boyd
  • Waldron, John C., LCDR
  • Wales, Robert C.
  • Walker, Donald
  • Warne, William H.
  • Walters, Ralph W., Sgt.
  • Welch, John F., Col.
  • Wheaton, Dean C.
  • Whitley, Samuel J., Maj.
  • Wiebelhaus, Virgil D.
  • Wik, David W.L.
  • Williams, Terrence M., Maj.
  • Wilson, Maurice A.
  • Winstead, Howard E., 2nd Lt.
  • Yahne, Verne M.
  • Yoder, Raymond A.
  • Yoeman, Dale C.
  • Zachritz, Owen R.
  • Zeiman, Gilbert W., Maj.

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