Robert N Buck
Robert N. Buck set a New York to Los Angeles speed record at the age of 16. A retired senior TWA jet captain, Buck flew the Atlantic more than 2,000 times. As a civilian, he headed a four-year bad-weather research project for the Air Force, which won him an Air Medal.
Robert O. Buck is a retired commercial airline pilot. With more than 16,000 hours of flight time, he has served as a Captain for Delta airlines, a First Officer for Allegheny Commuter airline, and the Technical Editor of Business and Commercial Aviation Magazine. Buck began soloing gliders at age 15 and power aircraft at 16.