College fund established for children of pilot killed in crash


A college fund has been established for the children of an F-15 pilot killed on March 28 when his plane crashed in southwest Asia

Air Force Capt. Francis D. Imlay, 31, was with the 366th Fighter Wing out of Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Another crew member, who has not been  identified, was injured in the crash.

The Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association and the Air Warrior Courage Foundation have established the college fund for each of Imlay’s two children.

Contributions can be sent to the Air Warrior Courage Foundation, P.O. Box 877, Silver Spring, MD 20918. Please indicate in a note that the contribution is for the Imlay children.

To make a contribution online, go to the Air Warrior Courage Foundation home page, and click the “donate” button. Then click the “give direct” button, which will allow you to fill out an online form. Please indicate in the “comments” section that the donation is for the Imlay family fund.


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