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Tuesday, February 21, 2017, at 7:00PM
Lt. Col. Jerry A. Singleton was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma. He attended the U.S. Air Force Academy graduating in 1962 with a B.S. Degree.
After graduating from the Air Force Academy he attended pilot training at Webb A.F.B. in Big Spring, Texas. He then completed advanced helicopter training and was sent to Southeast Asia.
There he was assigned to an Air Base in Northern Thailand flying rescue mission over North Vietnam. While on such a mission November 6, 1965 flying a CH-3C [call sign “Jolly Green”] he was shot down over North Vietnam. After evading the enemy for five days he was captured by the North Vietnamese. He was held as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam for more than seven years. He was released on February 12, 1973.
He then attended Dallas Theological Seminary and completed his military career as a chaplain retiring in 1985.
His military awards include the Silver Star , Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross [with “V” devices], Purple Heart , and the Prisoner of War Metal.
He later attended Graduate school in Accounting at the University of North Texas and became a CPA. He retired in 2002. In 2008 he married the love of his life, Geri. Between them they have four sons and 14 grandchildren. Jerry and Geri currently live in Burleson, Texas
All lectures are video recorded and DVD copies are now
available from our Gift Shop and can be ordered online.
All lectures are free to the public as an educational service.
Meetings are held on the third TUESDAY of each month.
B-36 Peacemaker Museum evolved from a dedicated group of individuals who restored the last B-36 "City of Fort Worth". After restoration, the group began efforts to raise funds and support to display the mighty bomber inside a facility as required by the National Museum of the United States Air Force.