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Spirit of St. Louis Medal
Spirit of St. Louis Medal

The Spirit of St. Louis Medal is awarded for meritorious service in the advancement of aeronautics and astronautics. 

The medal was established in 1929 by Philip D. Ball, ASME Members, and Citizens of St. Louis, Missouri.

Form of Award: $1000, Vermeil Medal and Certificate (Biennially)                          
Limitation(s): None
Administrative Responsiblility: Aerospace Division
Nomination Deadline: January 1 (odd years)
Nomination Sent To: Spirit of St. Louis Medal  Committee Chair

A.K. Roy
937-255-9034
ajit.roy@wpafb.af.mil

Awarded By: Committee on Honors (COH)


SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS MEDALISTS

1929 Daniel Guggenheim 1968 George S. Moore 1988 Edward H. Heinemann
1932 Paul Litchfield 1969 G. Merritt Preston 1990 Charles Feltz
1935 Will Rogers (posthumously) 1970 Clarence L. Johnson 1992 Holt Ashley
1938 James H. Doolittle 1971 Ralph L. Creel 1993 Charles F. Tiffany
1941 John E. Younger 1972 Neil A. Armstrong 1994 Ben R. Rich
1944 George W. Lewis 1973 John F. Yardley 1995 Antony Jameson
1947 John E. Northrup 1974 Abe Silverstein 1996 Robert G. Loewy
1950 Reinout P. Kroon 1977 George D. McLean 1997 John W. Lincoln
1954 Arthur E. Raymond 1978 Paul B. MacCready 1998 Charles H. Kaman
1955 Ralph S. Damon 1979 Sir Freddie Laker 2000 John C. Houbolt
1958 George S. Schairer 1980 Michael Collins 2001 Sheila E. Widnall
1961 Samuel K. Hoffman 1981 Edgar M. Cortright, Jr. 2002 Thomas J. Kelly
1962 Robert H. Widmer 1982 Frank N. Piasecki 2003 Peretz P. Friedmann
1963 Frederick C. Crawford 1983 John W. Young 2005 Robert H. Liebeck
1964 Robert R. Gilruth 1984 Charles S. Draper 2007  Earl H. dowell 
1965 William H. Pickering 1985 Kurt H. Hohenemser 2009 Paul Bevilaqua
1966 Christopher C. Kraft, Jr. 1986 Bruce McCandless II    
1967 Ira G. Hedrick 1987 Elbert L. Rutan    

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