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A football and track star at EIU from 1938-41, he left college to join the U. Army Air Corps in November 1941, just weeks before the bombing of Pearl Harbor drew America into World War II.He was one of the first 43 pilots assigned to the 99, his squadron was intercepted by Nazi fighters and in the ensuing dogfight then-Lt.He surpassed that distance with a wind-aided jump of 56 feet, two inches later that year in winning the US Olympic Trials.In addition, he won the event at the prestigious and highly-competitive USA-USSR indoor dual meets in 19.It was during this time that he broke numerous stories about the unprecedented billion lawsuit between the U. Justice Department and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services.In 2017 he accepted an assignment in Seoul, where he now lives with his wife, handling coverage of Samsung, global tech trends and North Korean cyber attacks Dr.He served on the EIU Advisory Committee to Educational Administration and currently serves as a member of the Illinois State Board of Education.
In 2010 he moved to the paper’s Atlanta bureau with assignments including the U. opioid epidemic, healthcare reform and the airline industry before being promoted in 2014 to the New York City office where he covered pension funds, university endowments and credit-rating firms.Eisenhower, then-commander of Allied forces in Europe who later served as President of the United States. Air Force recognized his achievements by renaming the Charles B.At the completion of his combat tour Hall had flown 198 missions. Hall Airpark at Tinker Air Base in Oklahoma City in his honor in 2002.Although dedicated to his training regimen, Craft believed relying on his physical abilities alone would limit his potential so he also spent countless hours studying film of the world’s best triple jumpers to improve his technique.
After winning the 1974 AAU event and beating the three-time Olympic champion from Russia twice on American soil, proclaimed him “King John” for his domination of the sport.as an undergraduate, Timothy Martin was offered a position with the newspaper upon graduating from EIU but turned it down to teach English in South Korea.