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General Electric J31 Turbojet Engine J31 Turbojet Engine 1/29
2007
Pratt & Whitney J58 Turbojet Engine
J58 Turbojet Engine 1/29
2007
General Electric J79 Turbojet Engine
J79 Turbojet Engine 1/30
2007
Jacob Edwin Garn, earned the first pilot's license in Utah and Director of Utah Division of Aeronautics Jacob Edwin Garn 1/30
2007
Jacqueline "Jackie" Cochran was a leading aviatrix who promoted an independent Air Force and was the director of women's flying training for the Women's Airforce Service Pilots program during World War II. She held more speed, altitude and distance records than any other male or female pilot in aviation history at the time of her death Aug. 10, 1980. Jacqueline Cochran 11/25
2008
Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle accepts a medal from the skipper of the USS Hornet, Capt. Marc A. Mitscher. The medal, once given to a U.S. Navy officer by the Japanese, was wired to a 500-pound bomb for return to Japan "with interest." (U.S. Air Force photo) James "Jimmy" Doolittle 5/15
2007
James Herman Banning James Banning 5/15
2007
Janet Harmon Bragg Janet Bragg 5/15
2007
Jean "Jeannie" Marie Flynn Jean Flynn 5/15
2007
American Aerospace Pioneer, John Leland Atwood John Atwood 5/15
2007
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