"Doc" Lambert joined the USAF in 1967, graduated from Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 68 - H Williams Air Force Base, AZ in 1968. His first assignment was to be a Forward Air Controller [FAC] with the 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron, Nakhon Phom, Thailand flying 0-2 combat missions [Call Sign Nail 66], over the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos. He flew 190+ combat missions and accumulated over 760 combat hours in the 0-2 and OV-10. During his 21 year career with the USAF he accumulated over 4,300 hours in 14 different military aircraft with primary assignments in 0-2,
T-38, F-4, and F-16.
After retiring from the USAF in 1987 he joined the General Dynamics/Lockheed company as a systems engineer F-16 pilot training subject matter expert. He worked on F-16 Air Defense fighter, USAF F-16 systems upgrades, the EPAF Mid-Life Updates, Korean Air Force KTX-2/T-50 program, the F-22 training system, and the F-35 Training system.
Retiring again in 2008 he now volunteers at the Fort Worth Aviation Museum, races Corvettes, and does "Grampa" duties to 3 of his grandchildren who live nearby Aledo.
U.N.T. HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER
3500 CAMP BOWIE BLVD
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
IF LOST CALL 817- 905-1889
From I-30W 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. Drive to the end of the lot and turn left. Go to the south end of the building and park.
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.
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