||Robert Campbell Reeve was born March 27
||Joined the Army and soon thereafter paid $5 for his first airplane ride
||Earned his commercial pilot and aircraft mechanic certificates
||Arrived in South America where he mastered mountain flying and the Fairchild 71 became one of his favored aircraft
||Stowes away on an Alaska bound steamship, settles in Valdez and begins a bush flying business. Reeve earns his
reputation for courage and skill by hauling over 1 million pounds of freight and making over
2000 glacier landings. This feat earned him the nickname "Glacier Pilot"
||Reeve contracts with the Alaska Communications System and becomes the only civilian pilot authorized to fly in a combat zone
||Bought his first DC-3 and converted it to a 21-passenger civilian aircraft
||Reeve Aleutian Airways is incorporated
||Reeve steps down as company pilot, lets his license expire and never renews it
||Named "Alaskan of the Year"
||Inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame
||Inducted into the International Aerospace Hall of Fame. Bob Reeve passes away