Aug 10 1950-
Snoopy Brown first took to the skies at an early age. Painting his dog house an audacious Signal Red and recruiting trusty co-pilot, Woodstock, the pair managed to shoot down an impressive 21 enemy aircraft during The Big War (1961-1964).
NASA was duly impressed by Snoopy’s accomplishments and named the Apollo 10 Lunar Module after him.
Ultimately achieving worldwide recognition, Snoopy was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on November 2 2015.
Being a cartoon dog and bird, Snoopy and Woodstock never age. They still fly to this day.