Richard Stephen Heyser dies at 81; sp...

Richard Stephen Heyser dies at 81; spy plane pilot took...

There are 2 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Oct 13, 2008, titled Richard Stephen Heyser dies at 81; spy plane pilot took.... In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

Richard Stephen Heyser, a U-2 spy plane pilot who took the first photos of ballistic missile launch sites during the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, died Monday at a nursing home in Port St.

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BG Gardiner

Big Bear City, CA

#1 Oct 13, 2008
BG Gardiner,
I serve with Steve Heyser as a U-2 pilot from the start of the U-2 program at Lauglin AFB. He was one great pilot as well as a fine person in every respect. I will miss our conversations over the Phone that we had every coupe of weeks. This being his last flight he can now reach out and touch the face of GOD. BG Gardiner
Steve Kratzer

Douglassville, PA

#2 Oct 15, 2008
Thanks to you brave men who served our country Mr. Gardiner.

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