|Photo courtesy of Capt. Jack Webb|
|Photo courtesy of Capt. Arnie Visnick|
Capt. Jack Webb was born in Kansas City, Mo. After a year of college, he entered the U.S. Marine Corps and became a fighter pilot flying F4U Corsairs. Flying out of Okinawa, he was credited with shooting down two Japanese Zeros. After the war, he continued in the United States Marine Corps Reserves until 1961. He attended San Jose State College under the G.I. Bill and graduated with a B.S. in business administration. Jack joined Seaboard in 1951 and retired from Flying Tigers at age 60 in 1983.
Jack is survived by children from his first marriage, Patricia, John Scott, and Michael; and by Jeffrey and Jennifer from his second marriage. He is seen here in 1978 in the cockpit of a DC-8-63CF.