Walk Of Fame Map

 Our Walk Of Fame is located on Sepulveda Blvd. in Westchester, Ca. 
Follow the map below to visit all our plaques, beginning & ending on Manchester Ave.  

 

The Rotunda at Sepulveda and La Tijera Blvd.

The Rotunda at Sepulveda and La Tijera Blvd.

Charles Yeager Plaque

Charles Yeager Plaque, B. Gen

Amelia Earhart Plaque

Amelia Earhart Plaque

Charles Lindbergh Plaque

Charles Lindbergh Plaque

Display of Plaques On Lawn/Grass Area

Display of Plaques On Lawn/Grass Area

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     1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, JPL
Years of rocket science, space exploration and pioneering new frontiers, let JPL to international leadership in space exploration.
 
     2. Sally Ride
First U.S. woman in space; leader in space exploration and education.
 
     3. Pete Conrad, Apollo 12 Crew
World’s 2nd lunar landing; module pilot Alan Bean. Conrad and Bean were 3rd & 4th humans to walk on the moon.
 
     4. Gen. Kevin Chilton, USAF
NASA astronaut
Commander of U.S. Strategic Command 2000-2011 Pilot spacecraft “Endeavor”
 
     5. Howard R. Hughes
Entrepreneur, pilot, aircraft designer, filmmaker
 
     6. J.H. “Dutch” Kindelberger
Pioneer aircraft designer, entrepreneur, production genius.
 
     7. John K. Northrop
Pioneer aircraft designer; founder Northrop Corp.; designed Flying Wings
 
     8. Donald W. Douglas
Pioneer aircraft designer; founder Douglas Aircraft Co.
 
     9. Charles E. Yeager, B.Gen USAF
Combat, test pilot; broke sound barrier Oct. 14, 1947.
 
     10. Amelia Earhart
Pioneering, record-setting woman pilot; founder of 99s
 
     11. Charles A. Lindbergh
First nonstop solo flight, Atlantic Ocean, May 1927
 
     12. Wright Brothers
World’s first powered flight; December 17, 1903.
 
     13. Los Angeles Municipal Airport, Mines Field
(now LAX)Opened October 1, 1928.
 
    fpblack40a Honorary Service Award Wall
Howard B. Drollinger, David Tallichet, John Garstka, Bob Hope USO at LAX, Vince Migliazzo
 
     14. Alan Lockheed
Founder of two Lockheed Aircraft companies; built military aircraft in WWI.
 
     15. Glenn L. Martin
Father of Southern California aircraft industry; flew his design in 1909; Los Angeles first airplane factory.
 
     16. Bessie Coleman
Fist licensed black pilot – male or female; pursued quest for equality in the air; died in 1926 air crash, age 33.
 
     17. Katherine Cheung
1st Chinese-American woman to become licensed pilot; lectured on flying safety; called “China’s Amelia Earhart”
 
     18. Jerome “Jerry” Lederer
“Mr Flight Safety”: founded Flight Safety Foundation; international expert; counseled Lindbergh on 1927 flight.
 
     19. Seymour Kahn*
Mercury Air Group, CEO — Provider of worldwide airline, military, corporate and private aircraft services.   Flight Path Musuem co-founder.
 
     20. Joseph J. “Tym” Tymczyszyn
World War II pilot in the Pacific–test pilot
 
     21. Gen James Doolittle
Pioneer aviator, test pilot, racer, engineer, led WWII B-25 bombing of Tokyo.
 
     22. Jacqueline Cochran
Founder, WASPs;ferry pilot, WWII record-setter; first woman to pilot a jet.
 
     23. Barbara London Erickson  
     24. Iris Cummings Critchell
Women Air Force Pilot (WASP) in World War II. Aviation educator.
 
     25. Lillian Kinkela Keil
Most decorated woman in U.S. military history; served in WWII, Korea; US Air Force RN; United Airlines stewardess.
 
     26. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., Tuskegee Airmen
Famed WWII black combat unit flying P-51″Red Tailed Devils”;commanded TA; awarded fourth star by President Clinton.
 
     27. Margaret “Peggy” Hereford  
     28. Clifton A. Moore
“Mr. Airport”;headed LA Dept. of Airports 25 years; “architect” of today’s LAX; recognized international airport expert.
 
     29. Juan T. Trippe
Founder Pan American World Airways, called America’s chosed instrument” in world aviation; China Clippers service began in 1935.
 
     30. W.A. “Pat” Patterson
Chairman, president Unitd Airlines; made 1930 decision to hire women to serve as flight attendants.
 
     31. Harris M. “Pop” Hanshue
Helped found first Los Angeles -based airline, Western Air Express; pilot; became Western Airlines, purchased by Delta Air Lines.
 
     32. Robert Six
CEO Continental Airlines 1936 – 1981
 
     33. Colin E. Woolman
Founded Delta Air Lines, small Southern carrier; took Delta from a local airline into an expansive intercontinental (ultimately international) carrier.
 
     34. John W. “Jack” Frye
President, TWA; famed letter to build “ten or more trimotor transport airplanes”; led to DC-1, DC-2, DC-3.
 
     35. Robert Prescott
Formed Flying Tiger Line–became world’s largest cargo carrier.
 
     36. C.R. Smith
Pioneering chairman American Airlines; head of WWII US military aircraft transport operations
 
     37. Clarence L. “Kelly” Johnson
U.S. aircraft designer; began Skunk Works; designs include P-38, Constellation, P(F)-80, SR-71
 
     38. Burt Rutan
Designed Voyager and Sub-orbital Space Ship One
 
     39. Edward Heinemann
Aircraft designer; Douglas/General Dynamics; called “Mr. Attack Avistion”
 
     40. Frank Robinson  
     41. J. Leland Atwood
Dean of Aerospace; led P-51, Apollo design teams; Chairman, North American, Rockwell
 
     42. Bob Hope
USO’s best known entertainer, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War; logged record international air miles – all from LAX.
 
     43. Robert Hoover
Test, international demonstration pilot; backup pilot, 1947 sound barrier flight.
 
     44. Anthony Tom Levier
Barnstormer, test pilot; flew more first flights than any other pilot.
 
     45. John Myers
Northrop Aircraft chief test pilot (1940’s); 1st flights, Northrop fling wing demos; continues as a pilot (2003).
 
     46. Thomas V. Jones
Chairman/CEO/president Northrop; pioneered low cost/high performance tactical aircraft.
 
     47. Jack G. Real
Engineer, executive/leader Lockheed, Hughes, McDonnell Douglas, Howard Hughes confidant.
 
     48. Evelyn “Bobbi” Trout
Pioneering woman pilot; altitude records over Mines Field (LAX); flew in 1929 Power Puff Derby.
 
     49. Rosie The Riveter
Symbol, women’s contribution to WWII; credited for initial feminist movement.
 
     50. Capt. Clay Lacy  
     51. Marsha Toy
Founder Academy Pacific Travel College (1948); TWA air hostess (1930s); nationally recognized aviation educator.
 
     52. Simon Ramo
Engineer, entrepreneur, Hughes Aircraft; founder Ramo Wooldridge, later Thompson Ramo Wooldridge; the “R” in TRW.
 
     53. Cllifford Garrett
Founder Garrett Aviation; pionnr of APUs, pressurized cabins; small jet engines, avionics for space vehicles.
 
      As Of December 2016     *New Honoree 2016