|Sir Malcom Campbell||One of England’s most famed motorboat pilots who established many one-mile world water speed records. |
His 1939 speed of 141.74 MPH on Lake Coniston, England stood for 11 years.
His son Donald held the one-mile record of 225.63 with his jet-propelled Bluebird.
|W. Melvin Crook||Although best known as a race official, especially in the Unlimited class, during the 1930s he won three |
American Speedboat Championships as driver of Betty V. He served as Inboard Vice President in 1952-53
and as chairman of seven APBA Standing and Technical committees, in addition to being a Council member.
|Fred "Pop" Jacoby||During the 1920s and 1930s Pop was the builder of some of the fastest racing Outboard boats |
in the United States. Father of Fred, Jr. and Emile, both famed Outboard drivers.
Fred, Jr., who was named to the Honor Squadron in 1953, accepted the award for his father.