I thought Rock Hudson played him in a Korean War movie.
May have been another pilot... sine you said he wa Marine
Interesting they used T28's as the attacking Prop AC
... Nice Dogfighting scenes...
Love Shack wrote:
Ted Williams...was the Pro Baseball Player that flew Mustangs, Shooting Stars and I think Sabers
He was the Coach for the Washington Senators...
Frank Howard, Don Lock, Jim King, Eddie Brinkman, Don Zimmerman,
Joe Coleman, Pedro Rodriguez, xx Cunningham, ...forgot the rest off the top of my head....
Baseball was baseball until 1971...but that getting off the thread...
Jwscpd8@aol.com wrote:In a message dated 08/31/2002 5:18:02 PM Mountain Daylight Time, Riata5@aol.com writes:
You can bet the farm that none of their children or grandchildren will be among those who have to fight to take out Saddam Hussein.
I do not recall ever meeting any son of a congressmen on the front lines in combat. I seem to remember a base ball player who may have been flying a jet.
As to WW II, the body of Geo. George Patton's son was found in the cockpit of his P-51 about a month ago and had been missing since about 1944 or so. A farmer found the plane in some woods on his farm while searching for lost cows. A few other well know persons were lost during WW II, but do not recall any during the Korean War.
John Sonley Korea 1951