American Airlines Flight 383-November 8,1965

Flight 383/128 Memorial Group Homepage:
http://www.flightmemorial.vpweb.com/

AA Flight 383 Crash - This has become a very special gallery. I am very surprised by the number of comments and responses I have received about the 383 tragedy since first visiting the crash site in 2005. It has been so overwhelming that we have constructed two websites dedicated to the major Northern Kentucky airliner crashes that occurred in the 1950s and 1960s. For additional information visit the Aviation Memorial Grove Official Website: http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/?prefix=www . This gallery will continue to be updated.

"Aviation Disasters near the Greater Cincinnati Airport 1948 to 1968 is now SOLD OUT: http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/Our-Store.html

Toni Ketchell

Toni Ketchell worked as a Flight Attendant for American Airlines. She was on board American Airlines Flight 383 when it crashed on November 8, 1965. During the descent into the Greater Cincinnati Airport she was sitting in a jump seat near Captain Weekley who was sitting in the most forward passenger seat on the right side of aircraft. Upon impact, she was thrown from the aircraft and was critically injured with two broken legs and internal injuries. She was the only member of the 5 person flight crew to survive . She was transferred to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington, Ky. Her first words to her parents in the hospital following the incident were "Am I going to live?" In subsequent years, Toni has become a strong, vocal advocate of airline cabin safety and, to this observer, she has become a pillar of strength and hope to victims and families of aviation events. Her continued commitment to aviation safety has become a tribute to her life. Click on image for complete data. Return to the Flight 694/383/128 Aviation Memorial website: http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/AA-Flight-383-Manifest.html . For additional information on Toni: https://www.google.com/se...k1j33i160k1.0.UPH7s_np26s SCROLL DOWN TO "ROLLIE13-STEEMIT"

Animal Kingdom

Disney's Animal Kingdom is a zoological theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando. Owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division, it is the largest theme park in the world, covering 580 acres.

The park opened on Earth Day, April 22, 1998, and was the fourth theme park built at the resort. The park is dedicated and themed entirely around the natural environment and animal conservation, a philosophy once pioneered by Walt Disney himself.

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Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando. Owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division, the park opened on October 1, 1971, as the first of four theme parks at the resort. Initialized by Walt Disney and designed by WED Enterprises, its layout and attractions are based on Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, and is dedicated to fairy tales and Disney characters.

The park is represented by Cinderella Castle, inspired by the fairy tale castle seen in the 1950 film. In 2016, the park hosted 20.395 million visitors, making it the most visited theme park in the world for the eleventh consecutive year and the most visited theme park in North America for at least the past seventeen years.

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Epcot

Epcot (originally named EPCOT Center) is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. It is owned and operated by the Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division. Inspired by an unrealized concept developed by Walt Disney, the park opened on October 1, 1982[2] and was the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World, after the Magic Kingdom. Spanning 300 acres , more than twice the size of the Magic Kingdom park, Epcot is dedicated to the celebration of human achievement, namely technological innovation and international culture, and is often referred to as a "permanent world's fair". The park is divided into two sections: Future World, made up of eight pavilions, and World Showcase, themed to 11 world nations.

In 2015, the park hosted about 11.98 million guests, ranking it the third-most-visited theme park in North America and the sixth-most-visited theme park in the world. The park is represented by Spaceship Earth, a geodesic sphere that also serves as an attraction. Epcot was known as EPCOT Center until 1994 when it was renamed Epcot '94, then Epcot '95, now commonly known simply as Epcot.

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Route 40~Ohio

Images from east to west of sites along the National Road {Route 40} in the state of Ohio.

Route 40~West Virginia

Sites along the National Road east to west in West Virginia.

Route 40~Pennsylvania

Sites are from east to west along the National Road {Route 40} in Pennsylvania.

Orlando International {MCO} to Columbus International {CMH}

PENDING!

October 23, 2017
Frontier Airlines Flight 1087
Airbus 320-200
N236FR
Flight Level 31,000 Feet

TWA Flight 128-The Passengers

This gallery is dedicated to passengers and flight crew members of TWA Flight 128. Family members and friends are welcome to submit photographs and documents of them in memory of their lives and accomplishments. Contact me on this website or at rollie13@msn.com.

Flight 128 Fatality List: http://www.freebase.com/base/transworldairlinesflight128/views/victims_of_flight_128

Randy Lee Snider

Randy Snider was a passenger on board TWA flight 128. He survived the crash on Nov 20,1967 but passed away at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington, Kentucky. He was en route to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with family members, Linda and Gilbert Gallegos. Click on image for complete data. Return to the Flight 694/383/128 Aviation Memorial website:
http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/128-H-Z.html .

Gilbert Gallegos

Gilbert Gallegos was a passenger on board TWA flight 128. He was killed in the crash on November 20 1967 while en route to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Click on image for complete data. Return to the Flight 694/383/128 Aviation Memorial website:
http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/TWA-Flight-128-Manifest.html .

Linda Lou Gallegos

Linda Gallegos was a passenger on board TWA flight 128. She survived the crash the crash on November 20,1967 but passed away at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington, Kentucky. She was en route to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Click on image for complete data. Return to the Flight 694/383/128 Aviation Memorial website:
http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/TWA-Flight-128-Manifest.html .

"Animal Tails" of Frontier Airlines

"Animal Tails", a clever marketing strategy for Frontier Airlines.

N214FR Coyote ~ Carl
N227FR Bear ~ Griswald
N918FR White Tail Deer ~ Jake
N919FR Ocelot ~ Lance
N923FR Racoon ~ Rudy
N928FR Bobcat ~ Hank
N230FR Betty the Bluebird
N701FR Owl ~ Otto
N715FR Coyote ~ Cactus {Brand new in Tampa}
N933FR Wolf ~ Wally
N932FR Bald Eagle ~ Sarge
N935FR Sea Otter ~ Hector
N938FR Artic Fox ~ Misty
N952FR Mule Deer ~ Mel

Columbus International {CMH} to Orlando International {MCO}

October 18, 2016
Frontier Airlines Flight 1699
Airbus 320-200
N230FR
Flight Level 36,000 Feet

Washington, D.C. 2015

SANCTUARY CITY!!

On September 11, 2015, Amy and I started our walk on Capitol Hill at 7:30 am, worked our way along the southern portion of the Washington Mall to the Lincoln Memorial and then walked the north side of the Mall to the "People's House" and then to the Metro Center Station for a subway ride back to Alexandria, Va. This is a photo account of our trek on a beautiful September day in Washington, D.C.

American Airways Crash~Ford Trimotor

Cincinnati, Ohio: Failure of a propeller hub on an American Airways flight out of Lunken Field on August 9, 1931 resulted in the crash of a Ford Trimotor. Four passengers and a crew of two were killed as the airliner plunged into a field near the Little Miami River.

National Museum of the United States Air Force

This gallery shows an array of aircraft and exhibits at the Wright Field Air Force Museum and Annex. In most cases, the captions associated with the images are courtesy of the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Images by Rollie Puterabugh.

1937 Northern Kentucky Flood

Images were taken by Rollyn Puterbaugh Sr. The photos are believed to have been taken primarily in Dayton, Kentucky with 1 or 2 perhaps taken in Newport.

The Pennsylvania Railroad

These photos were for commercial use by the Pennsylvania Railroad. Apparently Dad had a contract to photograph the company's incidents and accidents with the railroad's insurance company. Pictures will be added to this folder in the coming months.

Historic Cincinnati

When my sisters and I were young, we made many trips to Northern Kentucky where my mother was born. Dad always had a camera and always documented the many events.

Ronald L. Maier

Ronald Maier was a pasenger on board TWA flight 128. He was killed in the crash on November 20,1967. Click on image for complete data. Return to the Flight 694/383/128 Aviation Memorial website:
http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/128-H-Z.html .

Captain Carl E.C. Weekley

Carl Weekley was an American Airlines captain on board flight 383 as a non revenue passenger. He survived the crash on November 8,1965 and escaped through a hole in the front of the fuselage. He encountered Toni Ketchell on the ground, picked her up,and carried her away from the wreckage just before it exploded. He was transferred to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington, Ky. Click on image for complete data. Return to the Flight 694/383/128 Aviation Memorial website: http://flightmemorial.vpweb.com/AA-Flight-383-L-Z.html .