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Oct 21 2010
1 George W. Bush - had a bonner and a former Texas Air National Guard pilot. 27676
2 Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States 23745
3 Chuck Norris - Actor & martial artist 19355
4 Johnny Cash - Country Music Singer 17463
5 Morgan Freeman - Actor 12702
6 Hunter S. Thompson - Writer 9813
7 Dr. Seuss - Author 8780
8 Marvin Gaye - Singer 8047
9 George Carlin - Actor & Comedian 7639
10 Charles Bronson - Hollywood actor 7170
11 Larry Bird - Basketball Star 6747
12 Clark Gable, film actor 6471
13 Ron Paul - US Congressmen and 2008 presidential candidate 5508
14 Charlton Heston - Hollywood actor 5193
15 Charles Lindbergh - Legendary aviator 4658
16 Buzz Aldrin - Astronaut (Gemini 12 and Apollo 11 - Second man to walk on the Moon) 4172
17 George Steinbrenner - Owner of the New York Yankees 3811
18 Dennis Rader - BTK Serial Killer 3791
19 Bob Ross - Painter 3556
20 William Holden - Hollywood actor 3331
21 James Stewart - Brigadier general, Actor 3135
22 Glenn Miller - Musician and band leader 3047
23 Barry Goldwater - Former senator of Arizona and presidential candidate. 2613
24 Chuck Yeager - USAF test pilot and Brigadier General 2613
25 Robert Gates - United States Secretary of Defense 2573
26 Walter Matthau - Hollywood actor 2457
27 George Wallace - Governor of Alabama and presidential candidate 2410
28 Robert McNamara and the Whiz Kids - ten Army Air Forces veterans of World War II who became Ford Motor executives known for their use of Systems analysis. McNamara went on to become Secretary of Defense during Vietnam. 2337
29 Roy Scheider - Actor 2305
30 William Rehnquist - Chief Justice of the United States 2115
31 Eddie Rickenbacker - Leading American WWI ace 1817
32 Gene Roddenberry - American television producer, Star Trek creator 1792
33 George Reeves - Superman 1781
34 Tuskegee Airmen - Distinguished WWII pilots 1747
35 Jack Palance - Hollywood actor 1737
36 Harry Chapin - Singer/songwriter 1730
37 Alan Ladd - film actor 1540
38 Aaron Spelling - Film and television producer 1502
39 Jackie Coogan - Hollywood and television actor 1483
40 Peter Graves, film and television actor 1442
41 George McGovern - U.S. Senator, Democratic nominee in the 1972 presidential election 1288
42 Billy Mitchell - Considered the father of the U.S. Air Force. 1242
43 Karl Malden - Hollywood actor 1230
44 Robin Quivers - Co-host of the Howard Stern Show. 1216
45 DeForest Kelley - actor 1188
46 Arthur Godfrey - Television personality 1179
47 Ted Stevens - Former Senator of Alaska 1134
48 Chesley Sullenberger - Airline pilot, hero of Miracle on the Hudson 1120
49 Michael Collins - Astronaut (Gemini 10 & Apollo 11) 1105
50 Gus Grissom - Mercury Astronaut (Mercury 4 and Gemini 3; later killed in Apollo 1 fire) 1022
51 Joseph Heller - Novelist 1016
52 Jack Webb - Hollywood and television actor, director, and producer 1014
53 Flying Tigers - Volunteer pilots serving in the Chinese Air Force during World War II, recruited under Presidential sanction. 992
54 Paul Tibbets - pilot of the Enola Gay and its crew: Morris R. Jeppson, Jacob Beser, Theodore Van Kirk, Thomas Ferebee, Robert A. Lewis. 985
55 Bobby Jones - amateur golf champion, founder of the Masters Tournament 960
56 Jimmy Doolittle - Commander of the Doolittle Raid. 959
57 Curtis LeMay - Chief of Staff and vice presidential candidate 919
58 Tom Daschle - Former U.S. Senator and floor leader (D-SD) 909
59 Jerry Mathers - Television actor 861
60 Kevin McCarthy - Hollywood actor 855
61 Thornton Wilder - Novelist and playwright 829
62 Russell Johnson - Hollywood actor 828
63 Norman Lear - Television and motion picture producer 824
64 Mark Sanford - Governor of South Carolina. After becoming Governor, he joined the Air Force Reserve 782
65 Martin Balsam - Hollywood actor 737
66 John Hillerman - Hollywood actor 694
67 Tennessee Ernie Ford - television comedian and recording artist 650
68 Gordon Cooper - Mercury Astronaut (Mercury 9 & Gemini 5) 642
69 Robert Preston - Hollywood and Broadway actor 635
70 Bob Cummings - Hollywood actor 622
71 Lloyd Bentsen - U.S. Senator, Democratic vice presidential nominee in the 1988 presidential election, Secretary of the Treasury 572
72 Robin Olds - Two-war triple ace 564
73 Sonny Perdue - Governor of Georgia. 551
74 Michael Hayden - CIA Director 537
75 William Wyler - Film director 534
76 Gordon MacRae - Broadway and Hollywood actor 521
77 Tom Poston - television comedian 520
78 Richard Bong - American Ace of Aces 497
79 Mickey Spillane - Hardboiled crime novelist 496
80 Brian Donlevy - Hollywood actor 485
81 Chuck Bednarik - professional football player for the Philadelphia Eagles 440
82 Quentin Roosevelt - Son of Theodore Roosevelt, killed in WWI 420
83 Bobby Thomson, outfielder for the baseball New York Giants 414
84 Lafayette Escadrille - A squadron of volunteer American pilots who fought in French Air Service during World War I. 405
85 Glenn Curtiss - Aviation pioneer. 398
86 Frank Borman - Astronaut (Gemini 7 & Apollo 8 - first flight to orbit the Moon) 391
87 Deke Slayton - Mercury and Apollo-Soyuz Test Project astronaut 388
88 David Scott - Astronaut (Gemini 8, Apollo 9, and Apollo 15) 387
89 Van Heflin - Hollywood actor 386
90 George Gobel - Television comedian 384
91 H. John Heinz III - Senator from Pennsylvania. 380
92 Cameron Mitchell - Hollywood actor 377
93 Boxcar Willie - Country music entertainer 376
94 Edmond O'Brien - Hollywood actor 362
95 John Boccieri - Member of the US House of Representatives from Ohio. 347
96 Sunny Anderson - Radio DJ and Food Network personality (Cooking for Real) 340
97 Elliott Roosevelt - son of Franklin D. Roosevelt 335
98 James Irwin - Astronaut (Apollo 15) 322
99 John Payne - Hollywood actor 306
100 Dan Rowan - comedian and television actor 303
101 Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. - first African-American USAF general officer, Commander of the 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) 293
102 Tony Martin - entertainer 276
103 Arthur Kennedy - film actor 266
104 Don Herbert - Television personality as "Mr. Wizard" 265
105 Bob Schieffer - Host of CBS Evening News 262
106 Charles Sweeney - Pilot who flew the Fat Man bomb to Nagasaki. 260
107 William Anders - Astronaut (Apollo 8 - first flight to orbit the Moon) 260
108 Charles Duke - Astronaut (Apollo 16) 259
109 Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney - Businessman 253
110 Joe Foss - Former Marine ace and governor of South Dakota (Air National Guard) 248
111 Randall Jarrell - poet 243
112 Dale Brown - Author 243
113 Craig Stevens - Television actor 241
114 Tim Holt - Hollywood actor 238
115 Gary Merrill - Hollywood actor 227
116 Merian C. Cooper - adventurer and Hollywood film producer 221
117 Eileen Collins - Astronaut, first female Space Shuttle pilot and commander (STS-84, STS-93, STS-114) 221
118 H. Ross Perot, Jr. - A member of the Forbes 400 and son of Ross Perot 220
119 Dick Scobee - Astronaut, killed in Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster 217
120 James C. "Jim" Wright, Jr. - Speaker of the House (1987–1989) 204
121 John Hay Whitney - Newspaper publisher and Ambassador to Great Britain 201
122 Eagle Squadrons - American pilots who flew for the Royal Air Force in World War II. 194
123 Coleman Young - Mayor of Detroit (1974–1994) 192
124 Scott Flansburg - The "Human Calculator" 179
125 John Birch - East China missionary 176
126 George Montgomery - Hollywood and television actor 175
127 Nicholas Katzenbach - 65th United States Attorney General 172
128 Ron Kenoly - Christian music worship leader 172
129 John Levitow - enlisted recipient of the Medal of Honor 169
130 Gene Raymond - Hollywood actor 164
131 Stewart Udall, United States Secretary of the Interior (1961–1969) 162
132 James Salter - Novelist 161
133 William H. Pitsenbarger - Enlisted recipient of the Medal of Honor 155
134 Lance Sijan - Medal of Honor recipient 155
135 Paul Mantz - Hollywood stunt pilot 154
136 George Welch - WWII ace, decorated for heroism at the Attack on Pearl Harbor 154
137 Alfred Worden - Astronaut (Apollo 15) 146
138 Robert Sterling - Hollywood actor 143
139 Sam Johnson - Vietnam POW and U.S. Congressman from Texas 141
140 Heather Wilson - Member of Congress 141
141 Walter M. Miller, Jr. - science fiction author 138
142 Hobey Baker - Famous hockey player 134
143 Joe Engle - Astronaut, X-15 and space shuttle pilot 124
144 Skitch Henderson - Band leader 122
145 Harris Wofford - U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania 121
146 Ernest K. Gann - Novelist 113
147 Chad Hennings - NFL player 112
148 Frank D. White - Governor of Arkansas 111
149 Chuck Reed - Mayor of San Jose, California and his daughter, Kim Campbell, a decorated Iraq War pilot. 110
150 Roy Riegels - All-American football player for the California Golden Bears (Berkeley) 103
151 Kenneth M. Taylor - WWII ace, decorated for heroism at the Attack on Pearl Harbor. 101
152 Theodore Freeman - Astronaut (killed in a jet plane accident) 101
153 James Jabara - First american jet ace in history (killed in car accident) 94
154 Craig D. Button - noted for his mysterious flight and crash 94
155 Jody Powell - White House Press Secretary 91
156 Kelly Flinn - First female B-52 pilot 89
157 Paul W. Airey - First Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force 87
158 Nicole Malachowski - Pilot with United States Air Force Thunderbirds 81
159 Nathan Bedford Forrest III - great-grandson of Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest 79
160 Xavier Atencio, Hollywood animator 78
161 William Bundy - Member of the CIA and foreign affairs advisor. 78
162 Charles F. Blair, Jr., career aviator, USAF general officer, and husband of actress Maureen O'Hara. 73
163 Arthur Franz - film actor 71
164 David M. Jones - A distinguished World War II pilot and a POW of Stalag Luft III, the camp immortalized in The Great Escape. 70
165 Joseph C. McConnell - leading U.S. ace of the Korean War 68
166 Jim Hensley - Beer executive and father-in-law to John McCain 64
167 Fred Taylor - National championship basketball coach of The Ohio State University. 62
168 James Gould Cozzens - Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist 57
169 Alonzo Babers - airline pilot and former Olympic athlete 55
170 Larry Clinton - band leader 52
171 Jules Engel, filmmaker and animator 50
172 Bert Stiles - Author 47
173 MC Tee - Musician 46
174 Norman Krasna - Screenwriter 46
175 Barry Bishop - Member of the first American team to summit Mount Everest. 46
176 Clyde Cowan discoverer of the neutrino 39
177 Charles J. Colgan - Virginia politician and founder of Colgan Air. 39
178 Sy Bartlett - Hollywood screenwriter and producer, co-author of Twelve O'Clock High 39
179 Bill Stealey - Business CEO and co-founder of MicroProse 39
180 Algene and Frederick Key - brothers and aviation pioneers 38

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