Members of the Class of 1939 continued to succeed after their years of military service. While many of them did very well in business, a few particular examples are listed below:
Macgregor Kilpatrick – Vice President and General Manager of Silly Putty Company, of which he was co-founder and developer.
Ralph W. Rawson – President of Firth Sterling Inc. And later President of Fan Steel.
George A. Roberts – Joined Henry Singleton, from his role as President of Vanadium Steel, to become Henry Singleton’s alter ego and ultimately President of Teledyne
Henry E. Singleton – Founder and Chairman of the Board of Teledyne
Robert C. Truax – rocket engineer in the U.S. military and companies such as Aerojet and Truax Engineering, which he founded. Truax was a proponent of low-cost rocket engine and vehicle designs. CLICK HERE to see more information.