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Young, Edward M., 1948-



  • Existence: 1948-

Ted Young is a Museum of Flight volunteer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Harvard University, a master’s degree from the University of Washington, and received his PhD in Military History at King’s College London in 2022. Prior to his retirement, he worked as a banker and financial analyst. Under the name Edward M. Young, he has published a number of books on aviation and military history. His research specialty is the China-Burma-India and Pacific Theaters of World War II.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ted Young Aviation lithograph collection

 Collection — Box: Small Collections oversize materials 2019-, oversize: folder
Identifier: 2019-00-00-1
Contents of the Collection The Ted Young Aviation lithograph collection is comprised of eighteen (18) 11x14" color lithographs of assorted aircraft and aviators, created in 1974-circa 1990s. Identified aircraft include the Wright Military Flyer, "The Spirit of St. Louis", and Lockheed Vega "Winnie May." Identified personalities include Amelia Earhart, Samuel Pierpont Langley, Wilbur and Orvile Wright, General Jimmy Doolittle, Robert H. Goddard, Neil Armstrong, and John Glenn. Many of the lithographs, specifically those...

Hallman, David -- oral history interview, 2017 August 28

Interview Summary Vietnam War veteran David Hallman is interviewed about his U.S. Air Force service as a Boeing B-52 Stratofortress crew member. He discusses his wartime experiences as B-52 navigator in Southeast Asia and his bombing missions to North and South Vietnam in 1972 and 1973. He also provides an overview of his later assignments as a radar navigator, including his time stationed on nuclear alert at Ellsworth Air Force Base (South Dakota). Topics discussed include his training and service history, his...

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