CAPT WILLIAM HUCKEBA C-130 “Fat Albert” Pilot, USMC Captain William Huckeba is a native of Hoover, Alabama, and graduated from Hoover High School in 2008, where he was the School President and played football, bas- ketball, and soccer. He attended the U.S. Naval Academy, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Aero- space Engineering, earned his com- mission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps, and reported to The Basic School at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia in 2012. William joined the Blue Angels in 2019. He has accumulated more than 1,300 flight hours, to include numerous operations and exercises in Europe and Africa. His decorations include the Joint Service Achieve- ment Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various personal and unit awards. CAPT JACKSON STREIFF C-130 “Fat Albert” Pilot, USMC School in 2010, where he played varsity football. In 2014, he graduat - ed from the University of Nebraska Lincoln with a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice. Upon gradua- tion he earned a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps through the Platoon Leaders Course program and reported to The Basic School aboard Marine Corps Base Quanti- co, Virginia. Captain Streiff has accumulated more than 950 flight hours over the course of multiple joint, bilateral, and multilateral exercises in the Captain Jackson Streiff is a native of Omaha, Nebraska. He graduated from Millard South High
Pacific area of responsibility, and has received various personal and unit awards. MAJ JOSHUA SOLTAN C-130 “Fat Albert” Pilot, USMC Major Joshua Soltan is a native of Spokane, Valley High School in 2006. In 2010, he graduated from Central Wash- ington University with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation and a Minor in Business Administration. In August of 2010, he earned his commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps through the Platoon Leaders Course program. He reported to Officer Selection Of - fice, 12th Recruiting District Seattle, Washington as an Assistant Officer Recruiter. In 2011, he transferred to Washington where he graduated from Central
The Basic School at Camp Bar- rett, Quantico, Virginia to complete training. Joshua joined the Blue Angels in 2021. He has accumulated more than 1,600 flight hours, 5 combat hours, numerous operations and exercises in the European, Middle Eastern, and the Pacific areas of re - sponsibility. His decorations include the Humanitarian Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achieve- ment Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and various personal and service support medals.
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