Hickam

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Horace Meek Hickam - Air Service and Air Corps Duty
... Hickam's association with aviation began with the United States' entry into World War I ... Hickam continued advanced flying training at Dorr Field, Arcadia, Florida ... On January 21, 1919, Major Hickam was appointed chief of the Information Division, Office of the Director of Air Service, in Washington D.C ...
Hickam's Dictum
... Hickam's dictum is a counterargument to the use of Occam's razor in the medical profession ... The principle is attributed to John Hickam, MD ... Hickam was a faculty member at Duke University in the 1950s, and was later chairman of medicine at Indiana University ...
Horace Meek Hickam - Background
... The son of a lawyer, Hickam was born in Spencer, Indiana, the eldest of four children ... Hickam graduated 46th in his class on 14 February 1908 was commissioned second lieutenant, 11th Cavalry, serving in Vermont 1908-09, Georgia 1909-11, and Texas 1911-13 ... In 1911, while at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Hickam received flying training in addition to his regularly assigned duties ...
Horace Meek Hickam
... Horace Meek Hickam (August 14, 1885 – November 5, 1934) was a pioneer airpower advocate and an officer in the United States Army Air Corps ... Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, is named in his honor ...
Homer Hickam - Biography - Literary Career
... Homer Hickam began writing in 1969 after returning from Vietnam ... In 1998, Delacorte Press published Hickam's second book, Rocket Boys, the story of his life as the son of a coal miner in Coalwood, West Virginia ... Hickam's first fiction novel was Back to the Moon (1999) which was also simultaneously released as a hardcover, audiobook, and eBook ...