• Ira C. Eaker

    Ira C. Eaker

    General Ira Clarence Eaker (April 13, 1896 – August 6, 1987) was a general of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. Eaker, as second-in-command of the prospective Eighth Air Force, was sent to England to form and organize its bomber command. However while he struggled to build up airpower in England, the organization of the Army Air Forces kept evolving and he was named commander of the Eighth Air Force on December 1, 1942.

  • Eaker Site

    Eaker Site

    The Eaker Site (3MS105) is an archaeological site on Eaker Air Force Base near Blytheville, Arkansas that was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1996. The site is the largest and most intact Late Mississippian Nodena Phase village site within the Central Mississippi Valley, with archaeological evidence indicating a palisaded village some 50 acres (20 ha) in size, with hundreds of structures. The site's major period of occupation was 1350–1450 CE, although evidence of occupation dates back to 600 CE. The site is also hypothesized to have been occupied by the Quapaw prior to a migration further south, after which they made contact with Europeans in the late 17th century.

  • Noah Eaker

    Noah Eaker

    Noah Eaker is an American baseball player from Cherryville, North Carolina who plays as a right-handed pitcher.

  • Jenna Eaker

    Jenna Eaker

    Jenna Eaker is an American soccer player from Schaumburg, Illinois who plays as a forward.

  • Kara Eaker

    Kara Eaker (/eɪkər/) (born November 7, 2002) is an American artistic gymnast. She is a member of the United States' women's national gymnastics team (2017–Present) and was a member of the teams that won gold at the 2018 World Championships, the 2018 Pan American Championships, and the 2019 Pan American Games. Individually she is the 2018 Pan American and 2019 Pan American Games Champion on the balance beam.

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