Tag Archives: Fighter Pilots

“It Took Me 28 Years, but…”

Around 10-12 years ago I was in San Antonio, TX for a visit.  Part of my plan was to play golf at Randolph Field with my good friend, Mikey.  At the time, Mikey was flying for an “Air Life” outfit … Continue reading

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“My Gawd, I’m Going 1,000 miles an hour!”

We were all in a safety briefing one day, in Room 45, Hanger 12 – the 560th FTS.  A flight surgeon was rambling on about something or another – something we should, or should not do, when he began telling … Continue reading

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A “Change of Culture…”

This has been around the internet for a while now – I’ve seen it a couple-3 times.  It showed up in my mailbox again just over a week or so ago.  I’m including it in my blog here as I … Continue reading

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The 15th Annual POW Dining In Missing Man Formation

On 25 Mar 1988 I had the Honor of flying as Number 3 in the 15th Annual Prisoner Of War (POW) Dining In T-38A Missing Man Formation.  This is a great honor because of the distinguished audience; former North Vietnamese … Continue reading

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