Ted Lehberger is a member of The Museum of Flight Docent Corps and has worked in broadcast, cable, and satellite television operations for over 40 years. He holds a degree in Communications and Political Science from the University of Washington, as well as an FCC license and a private pilot’s license. He has also served in the United States Army Security Agency as a Morse Code Intercept Operator in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Interview Summary Vietnam War veteran Calvin H. Kam is interviewed about his military service as a helicopter pilot with the United States Army. He discusses his wartime experiences flying the Bell UH-1 Huey with the 240th Assault Helicopter Company and his postwar service with the Washington State National Guard Helicopter Division. He also touches on his later teaching career in Washington State. Topics discussed include his training and service history, his time stationed at Fire Base Bearcat (Vietnam), his...
Interview Summary Vietnam War veteran Roman L. Millett is interviewed about his 22-year career with the United States Army. He discusses his training and experiences as a helicopter pilot, including his wartime service with the 25th Light Infantry Division in Vietnam, where he flew the Bell AH-1G Cobra and the Hughes OH-6A Cayuse. He also describes other notable assignments from his career, such as his training at the U.S. Army Armor School and the Command and General Staff College, his various command...