Seaboard Flight Crew Uniforms
Revised April 13, 2014
The photographers or contributors, whose initials are in parentheses, are listed at the bottom of the page
The colors were deteriorated by the time I got the photos. They were restored without a reference and are not to be considered accurate.
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This 1948 photo shows the original gray cockpit crew uniform with insignia worn 1947-1950 and made of sterling-silver bullion.
(names at bottom of photo) (RS)
This photo shows the red necktie and second-generation insignia worn 1950-1961.
(names at bottom of photo) (RM)
Unidentified flight attendants wearing the gray uniforms. They are standing with an Irish guard. They each have medical caducei on their sleeves, indicating that they are registered nurses. One was required by the military on MAC flights. (JS)
Nancy Lovell and Roz Grashaw wearing the first Seaboard World F/A uniform, introduced in 1961. Introduced with the new uniform were new insignia. (RG)
The rarest Seaboard crew uniform; the female version of the last uniform.
Lynn Rippelmeyer, seen here in 1980, was one of only two women pilots to ever fly for Seaboard.
This was her first flight (in a Boeing 747). (LR)
AB Andrea Battern (Seaboard photo) CB Carol Bilderback DM Diana Morgan EP Ellie Prakopcyk JF Jack Finn JS Capt. Joe Szaflarski JW John Willmott LR Lynn Rippelmeyer (Seaboard Photo) LW Lavyrn Wallace MM Martha McMakin MP Margaret Morrell Powell PP Pat Parlette RG Roz Grashaw RM Capt. Bob Mangas RS Capt. Bob Snowden (Seaboard photo) SW Seaboard archive (Seaboard Photo)
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