Charles Anderson is called “the father of African-American aviation,” having served as chief instructor for the Tuskegee Airmen in Alabama. Gen. Brady pioneered helicopter air ambulance tactics in Vietnam, where he served in combat. Hoot Gibson (USN-retired) served as commander on four space shuttle missions, as well as a test pilot and fighter pilot. He is also well known and respected as a civilian race pilot and champion of general aviation. Dwane Wallace, Clyde Cessna’s nephew, is credited with making Cessna Aircraft a major force in postwar general aviation. By developing the line of high-wing trainers and personal aircraft, he was responsible for overseeing the highest production rates in general aviation history.