Col. Robert M. Cameron, USAF(Ret.) flew over 127
He led the Air Force/Contractor team which successfully placed 35 satellites into orbit. After his tour in Vietnam he returned to SAC and served as the Deputy Wing Commander for Maintenance of the 301st Air Refueling Wing. In 1977, he retired from the Air Force as the Deputy Director of Space, HQ USAF, to accept a position as Program Manager for the Boeing Aerospace Co. He resides in Redmond, Washington.
Col. Cameron’s EC-47 story was printed in the Friends Journal of the National Museum of the United States Air Force, located at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.