Lew Wallick flying the P-12, Mt. Rainier in background. Photo: Author collection.
737 first flight over western Washington, April 9, 1967. Photo: Boeing Archives.
Family and colleages await the 737 first flight, April 9, 1967. Photo: Author collection.
Lew Wallick, Dix Loesh and M. K. "Shuly" Shulenberger, 727 first flight crew. Photo: Boeing Archives.
Lew Wallick in a 707 cockpit, late 1950s. Photo: Author collection.
737 post-first flight celebration. Photo: Boeing Archives.
Lew Wallick examines damage to a 707 after a refused takeoff test tire explosion. Photo: Boeing Archives.
737 first flight crew, Brien Wygle and Lew Wallick. Photo: Boeing Archives.
737 post-first flight media event. Seated (left to right): Ben Wheat, Brien Wygle, Lew Wallick, Bill Allen. Photo: Boeing Archives.
767 first flight crew: Tom Edmonds, Lew Wallick. Photo: Boeing Archives.
Dash 80 modified with fifth jet engine to test placement of 727 side engines. Photo: Boeing Archives.
Lew Wallick in original 727 cockpit, days before first flight (note temporary plywood seat back and missing instrumentation.) Photo: Boeing Archives.
Lew Wallick flying a 727 late in his career. Photo: Boeing Archives.
Lew Wallick's famous half-gainer at the Desert Inn pool near Edwards Air Force Base.
Lew Wallick flying his amphibious Cessna through Bute Inlet, British Columbia. Photo: Author.
Lew Wallick, college graduation, Kansas.
Becky Wallick on her birthday.
Tim and Becky Wallick visiting Santa at Frederick & Nelsons in Bellevue, 1960.
Becky and Tim Wallick turning the living room couch into a trampoline.
Becky Wallick with her first dog, Rusty.
The Wallick family ready to board a 707 delivery flight to Kansas, late 1950s.
Lew and Becky Wallick, Father's Day, 2000.
Becky and Lew Wallick at Eliguk Lake, British Columbia.
Lew Wallick and younger brother Jesse Wallick.
Lew Wallick, honored as a Pathfinder at the Museum of Flight, 1999.
Lew Wallick at the first flight of his restored P-12, 1977.
Lew Wallick waving from the captain's seat.
Lew Wallick addresses the crowd at the rollout of the last 757 in 2005.