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Wrong Wayne Pittman?

Wayne Pittman C. Jr.

Editor

B-52 Stratofortress Association

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B-52 Stratofortress Association

498 Carthage Drive

Beavercreek, Ohio 45434

United States

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U.S. Air Force Academy

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B52 Stratofortress Association

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Wayne Pittman, Editor, newsletter@StratoFortress.org


News - Wright B Flyer Inc.Wright B Flyer Inc. | Dayton, Ohio – the birthplace of aviation

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Wayne C. Pittman, Jr. Passed Away

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Colonel Wayne C. Pittman, Jr. passed away on October 1, 2015. For the past couple of years, Wayne and his wife Karen had been the editors of the Wright "B" Flyer, Inc newsletter, Wright Landings. Wayne was a member of the first graduating class of the United States Air Force Academy, and thereafter served 34 years in The United States Air Force. Wayne and Karen moved to the Dayton area when he retired in 1989 and became active volunteers in many aviation-related groups. These included The National Museum of The United States Air Force, Wright State University Special Collections and Archives, Aviation Trail, 2003 Committee, the Archives at Carillon Park, and the Wright "B" Flyer, Inc. While at The National Museum of The United States Air Force, he was involved in the first WWI Flyin. Wayne was the founder of the B52 Stratofortress Association. A gathering will be held at Newcomer Funeral Home, Beavercreek Chapel, on Friday, October 23, 2015 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, followed by a memorial service at 5:00 pm.
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Wayne C. Pittman, Jr. Passed ...

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Wayne C. Pittman, Jr. Passed Away

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Colonel Wayne C. Pittman, Jr. passed away on October 1, 2015. For the past couple of years, Wayne and his wife Karen had been the editors of the Wright "B" Flyer, Inc newsletter, Wright Landings. Wayne was a member of the first graduating class of the United States Air Force Academy, and thereafter served 34 years in The United States Air Force. Wayne and Karen moved to the Dayton area when he retired in 1989 and became active volunteers in many aviation-related groups. These included The National Museum of The United States Air Force, Wright State University Special Collections and Archives, Aviation Trail, 2003 Committee, the Archives at Carillon Park, and the Wright "B" Flyer, Inc. While at The National Museum of The United States Air Force, he was involved in the first WWI Flyin. Wayne was the founder of the B52 Stratofortress Association.


Col (Ret) Wayne Pittman, ...

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Col (Ret) Wayne Pittman, Jr

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Wayne and Karen retired to Dayton, Ohio in 1989 following 34 years of service in The United States Air Force. He was in the first graduating class of The United States Air Force Academy. During their years in Dayton, they became involved in many aviation activities including volunteering with the Wright B Flyer Association, The National Museum of The United States Air Force, Wright State University Special Collections and Archives, Aviation Trail, 2003 Committee, and the Archives at Carillon Park. While he was at The National Museum of The United States Air Force he was involved in the first WWI Fly-in. Wayne was the founder of the B-52 Stratofortress Association.


Minot Daily News

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This is the group's seventh biennial reunion since it was organized in the mid-1990s but this is the first time the group has met in Minot, said association founder Wayne Pittman and his wife, Karen, of Dayton, Ohio.

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Wayne Pittman, B-52 Stratofortress Association founder, retired after 30 years in the military.His assignments included Grand Forks AFB from 1973-75.Pittman was a radar-navigator on the B-52G and H, also B-52Ds in southeast Asia.The radar-navigator on a B-52, he said is "a challenging job."
Pittman and his wife, Karen, organized the B-52 Stratofortress Association in 1995.

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