While at a Stearman Fly-in at Galesburg, Illinois, several friends did a “Missing Man” formation flight in honor of Ike.
Remembering Captain “Ike”
September 6, 2013
The Aviation world lost an ICON.
Captain A.L. “Ike” Eisenhauer, an aviator for over 60 years with well over 50,000 flying hours, rated in fixed wing and rotor craft, Military fighters and Big heavy Iron aircraft alike, the author of “The Flying Carpetbagger”, but real fame came to “Ike” as the Corporate Director and pilot of the Famous Boeing 707 “The Silver Phyllis” for Robert Vescoe. Captain Eisenhauer Died this morning (Friday Sept. 6th). He departed flying west at 6:27 am; Forever smooth flying Captain “Ike” and tailwinds eternal my friend…
Captain A.L. “IKE” Eisenhauer
World famous author, speaker, instructor, adventurer, columnist for Airliners and Airports Magazine and master Aviator
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You can read about many of Captain Ike Eisenhauer’s true life adventures as the Captain of Robert Vesco’s Multi-Million Dollar Boeing 707 where Kings and Rulers of Nations flew, partied, wheeled and dealed with corporate CEO’s. You can find them in his articles when you read the Airliners and Airports Magazine.
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