Robin Olds, USAF vet  ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: man

Robin Olds, USAF vet ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: man

Colonel Robin Olds, USAF, in the cockpit of McDonnell F-4D-31-MC Phantom II, 66-7668, on his last flight out of Ubon-Rachitani RTAFB as Wing Commander, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 23 September 1968. This was his 152nd combat mission of the Vietnam War. (U.S. Air Force)

Colonel Robin Olds, USAF, in the cockpit of McDonnell F-4D-31-MC Phantom II, 66-7668, on his last flight out of Ubon-Rachitani RTAFB as Wing Commander, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 23 September 1968. This was his 152nd combat mission of the Vietnam War. (U.S. Air Force)

McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom II flown by Col. Robin Olds and 1st Lt. Charles Clifton. 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 2 January 1967.

McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom II flown by Col. Robin Olds and 1st Lt. Charles Clifton. 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 2 January 1967.

Fighter Pilot: The Memoirs of Legendary Ace Robin Olds

Fighter Pilot: The Memoirs of Legendary Ace Robin Olds (CD-Audio)

Fighter Pilot: The Memoirs of Legendary Ace Robin Olds

U.S. Air Force Colonel Robin Olds in front of his McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom…

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U.S. Air Force Colonel Robin Olds in front of his McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom…

Col. Robin Olds with his F-4C SCAT XXVII, which is on display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Olds named all his aircraft after his West Point roommate Scat Davis, who could not become a military pilot due to poor eyesight. (U.S. Air Force photo).

Col. Robin Olds with his F-4C SCAT XXVII, which is on display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Olds named all his aircraft after his West Point roommate Scat Davis, who could not become a military pilot due to poor eyesight. (U.S. Air Force photo).

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