This Day in Georgia History
April 24, 2010
Aviation Hall of Fame Inductees
Four new members were inducted into the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame. Maj. Gen. John Paulk, commander of Warner Robins Air Force Base from 1980-82 and a veteran of 340 combat missions, and Col. James S. Mosley, a F-4 Phantom pilot during the Vietnam War who flew 375 combat missions, were the living inductees. Inducted posthumously were Patricia Malone, a former Delta Air lines executive who developed innovate pilot training programs, and Col. Lynn E. Witt Jr., a World War II pilot who flew 326 combat missions in the Pacific.