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Einar K. Enevoldson was a civilian research pilot for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards,Calif. from 1968 until 1986. He was involved in many research programs, including those with experimental wings, propulsion and digital computer flight control systems. Among the NASA aircraft that he flew were the F-111, F-14, F-8 DFBW and SCW, YF-12A, the oblique wing AD-1, Controlled Deep Stall Sailplane, sub-scale F-15 RPRV spin research vehicle and the X-24B Lifting Body. Born in Seattle, Wash., on June 15, 1932, Enevoldson attended several colleges. He received his B.S.degree in Mechanical Engineering and his M.S.degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Wyoming in 1963. Enevoldson was a jet fighter pilot in the USAF, and as an exchange officer with the Royal Air Force attended the Empire Test Pilot's School in Farnborough, England. Following graduation, he served as a test pilot on the Hunter, Lightning and Javelin British fighter aircraft from 1966 to 1967. In 1974 Enevoldson was awarded the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, for his contributions as NASA Project Pilot on the F-111 Supercritical Wing Program and on the F-15 Remotely Piloted Research Vehicle. In 1980 he was awarded the NASA Exceptional Service Medal for contributions as project pilot on F-14 stall and spin resistance tests. Enevoldson retired from NASA in 1986.
Einar K. Enevoldson
October 4, 1984
 
Description Einar K. Enevoldson was a civilian research pilot for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards,Calif. from 1968 until 1986. He was involved in many research programs, including those with experimental wings, propulsion and digital computer flight control systems. Among the NASA aircraft that he flew were the F-111, F-14, F-8 DFBW and SCW, YF-12A, the oblique wing AD-1, Controlled Deep Stall Sailplane, sub-scale F-15 RPRV spin research vehicle and the X-24B Lifting Body. Born in Seattle, Wash., on June 15, 1932, Enevoldson attended several colleges. He received his B.S.degree in Mechanical Engineering and his M.S.degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Wyoming in 1963. Enevoldson was a jet fighter pilot in the USAF, and as an exchange officer with the Royal Air Force attended the Empire Test Pilot's School in Farnborough, England. Following graduation, he served as a test pilot on the Hunter, Lightning and Javelin British fighter aircraft from 1966 to 1967. In 1974 Enevoldson was awarded the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, for his contributions as NASA Project Pilot on the F-111 Supercritical Wing Program and on the F-15 Remotely Piloted Research Vehicle. In 1980 he was awarded the NASA Exceptional Service Medal for contributions as project pilot on F-14 stall and spin resistance tests. Enevoldson retired from NASA in 1986.
F-15A in flight with 10 degree cone experiment and F-104N chase
F-15A in flight with 10...
The NASA F-15 is shown ...
05.17.1978
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Einar K. Enevoldson
Einar K. Enevoldson
Einar K. Enevoldson
01.01.1984
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