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Hobby Master – IDF Chief of Staff Moshe Dayan (1956)   Moshe Dayan (Kitaigorodsky) (Hebrew: משה דיין‎; 20 May 1915 – 16 October 1981) was an Israeli military leader and politician. He was the second child born on the first kibbutz, but he moved with his family in 1921, and he grew up on a moshav. As commander of the Jerusalem front in Israel’s War of Independence, Chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces (1953–58) during the 1956 Suez Crisis, but mainly as Defense Minister during the Six-Day War, he became to the world a fighting symbol of the new state of Israel.[1] After being blamed by some for the...

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Hobby Master – Capt Gene Cernan The Last Man on the Moon   Eugene Andrew “Gene” Cernan was born in Chicago in 1934 to a Slovak father and a Czech mother. During his military career he was a Naval Officer, Fighter Pilot and Astronaut. Eugene Cernan went into space three times, Gemini 9A, Apollo 10 and Apollo 17 he also was backup for Gemini 12, Apollo7 and Apollo 14. On one of Gene Cernan’s EVAs he wrote the initials of his daughter Tracy on a moon rock and he was the last man to leave the moon. A couple of other accomplishments are attributed to him, while piloting the Lunar Rover on its final ride he set a new speed record...

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Hobby Master – Col. C.E. Bud Anderson American “Triple Ace” Fighter Pilot WWII   Clarence Bud Anderson was born in Oakland, California in 1922. In Jan., 1942 he enlisted in the United States Army as an aviation cadet and received his wings and commission as a second lieutenant in the USAAF in Sept 1942. During WWII, Anderson was the 357th Fighter Group’s 3rd leading ace with 16.5 aerial victories. His P-51D Mustang, nicknamed “Old Crow”, carried him safely through 116 missions without being hit by any enemy aircraft’s fire and without Anderson ever having to turn back for any reason. Anderson returned to the...

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Hobby Master – Col. C.E. Bud Anderson American “Triple Ace” Fighter Pilot WWII Special Edition   Clarence Bud Anderson was born in Oakland, California in 1922. In Jan., 1942 he enlisted in the United States Army as an aviation cadet and received his wings and commission as a second lieutenant in the USAAF in Sept 1942. During WWII, Anderson was the 357th Fighter Group’s 3rd leading ace with 16.5 aerial victories. His P-51D Mustang, nicknamed “Old Crow”, carried him safely through 116 missions without being hit by any enemy aircraft’s fire and without Anderson ever having to turn back for any reason. Anderson...

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