Brian D. AddisOwner of Wings, Inc. flight school. Trainer at Northwest, Wipaire and for the FAA. More than 14,000 check rides as a DPE. Master Pilot Award
John D. AkermanFlew for French Air Force. Head of University of Minnesota Aeronautical Engineering Department. Mohawk airplane. Consultant for Boeing.
Robert AldrichDesigned airports in Albany and Troy, NY. President of NY State Airport Manager's Association. Executive Director of MAC. Dedicated to building MSP.
Noel E. AllardRestored 1946 Aeronca. Wrote the Minnesota Flyer Mystery Plane column. Founded Twin City Aero Historians Model Airplane Club. Chairman of MAHOF.
Lloyd A. AlsworthWTS instructor. Started a flight school in Sherburne. Created Fairmont Flying Service. Trained over 3500 students.
Gordon C. AmundsonCrew chief and manager of technical training at North Central Airlines. Earned the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic award. Started a mechanic school.
Olof A. “Ole” AndersonBorn in Linkoping, Sweden. Helped pioneer the Northern Routes through Canada and Alaska. Worked for Northwest Airlines.
Ralph Waldo AndersonChief pilot and DPE for the University of Minnesota at Anoka. Made over 1000 organ transplant flights. Piloted the replica Sikorsky S-38 seaplanes.
Roger H. AndersonSet up maintenance procedures for Northwest Airlines Accelerated Structures Test Branch. Worked on jet fighters for the Air Guard.
Rowland AndersonAerial navigator in World War II. Pioneered radar tracking of hurricanes and snorkeling submarines. Developed aviation program at SCSU.
Maj. Scott D. AndersonAdventurer, built a two-man submarine. Flew F-16 for the Guard. Test pilot for cirrus where he gave his life testing the first production SR20.
Major General (Retired) Eugene R. AndreottiCommissioned Minnesota Air Guard officer appointed in 1988 as State Adjutant General, commanded Army and both Air Guard units at Mpls. And Duluth.
Eugene AndreottiChief master sergeant. Gunner on B-29s in WWII. Built a Curtiss Oriole replica. Co-founded Southern Minnesota Wing of the Commemorative Air Force.
Harold W. “Bill” AtkinsB-17 and B-29 instructor during WWII. Trained Olympic Airways pilots in Greece on Boeing 720s. Developed strobe light used on most aircraft today.
Austin J. “Jim” BaileyMarine Corsair fighter pilot for the Navy. Test pilot for Honeywell. Worked on control system for the SR-71 and X-20 Orbital Space Vehicle.
James G. BakerAir Force officer served during Cuban Missile Crisis, retiring as a Major. Then worked for MN/DOT as Chief pilot and head of Air Transport section.
William “Bill” BarberOne of the youngest pilots at North Central Airlines. Aerobatic pilot and instructor. Stunt and comedy flights. Captain of the US Aerobatic Team.
Maj. Donald M. BeerbowerFighter pilot for the Army Air Corps. 15.5 confirmed aerial victories. Received Distinguished Service Cross, Air Medal and Purple Heart awards.