Viper Driver Flying Hours

  Lt.Col. Mark E. "Stitch" Miller (Ret.)

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Name Lt.Col. Mark E. "Stitch" Miller (Ret.)
Unit 57th Fighter Wing
Flying F-16s
Viper Hours 4000
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A former Torrejon F-16 pilot, FWS Graduate and Instructor. In Dec 94, he became the first active USAF pilot to surpass 3,000 hours in the F-16. He was an instructor at Nellis AFB for a while. Then he transferred to Shaw AFB in the fall of 97 after graduafter graduating from ACSC.

He was also Operations Officer for the 77FS "The Gamblers" at Shaw AFB, SC.

Mark Miller left us all on Nov 14th, 2003. (Melbourne, FL)

F-16 Flying Hours

4,000 Hours # 4 on the 4K list
Unit N/A
Date 2003
3,000 Hours # 4 on the 3K list
Unit N/A
Date December 1994
Comment Nellis
2,000 Hours # 43 on the 2K list
Unit N/A
Date unknown
1,000 Hours # 419 on the 1K list
Unit N/A
Date unknown

Flying Hours on other aircraft

Visitor Comments
THis is his family and we thank you for putting up this weg sight and others in memory of him. We love him verymuch and miss him daily.
Eve, Amanda, Cody, and Chelsea Miller, Apr 02, 2012 - 06:46 AM

HE was as great a pilot as he was a husband and father. We never received his 4000 hr patch. If anyone knows how to get it so his children can have all 4 that would mean a lot to us. I know as his wife how good a pilot he was. I took pride in his accomplishments and in his comrads as well. THank you so very much for all that you have done for him and for our country.

Eve Miller

Robert Nufrio, Apr 04, 2013 - 11:19 PM


I was just thinking of Mark and decided to do a search on him when I found this. I am so sorry to hear that he passed away. I'm sure he was a great husband and father. He certainly was a great friend for ther time we had together.


Bob Nufrio

Vinnie Cooper, Jan 02, 2014 - 01:11 AM

Knew Mark from USAFA, where he introduced us to Eve, when he was the cadet commander of Starship 19; flew Vipers with him at Shaw, when he was Ops O for the Gamblers; held in the highest regard always. Rest in Peace.

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