Air Force fighter pilot Garry Goff will speak on the development of the Israeli Air Force from their very simple beginnings in the War for Independence following WWII to the “Turkey Shoot” of the Bekaa Valley War in the early 1980s. Garry will focus on their 4 major Air-to-Air wars of which he has personal inside knowledge of the last two wars.
Garry was a Captain in the USAF flying the OV-10 as a Forward Air Controller (FAC) throughout Western Europe during the Cold War's NATO presence. His follow on assignment was the F-15 as an Air-to-Air Dogfighter (earned his squadron’s coveted Top Gun award) throughout the Far East during the 1980s. He is currently a volunteer at Fort Worth Aviation Museum (FWAM) as a Docent and also participates in Special Projects.
LECTURE AT U N T FORT WORTH
Health Science Center
3500 CAMP BOWIE Blvd
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
IF LOST CALL 817-905-1889
From I-35W go North on Montgomery Street to Camp Bowie Blvd. Turn Right onto Camp Bowie, proceed one block and turn left onto Clifton Street then immediately turn left into the University's Parking Lot.
Enter building's second floor through the glass doors and walk around the room to the elevators. Take an elevator down to the first floor and a docent will greet you and lead you to the meeting hall.