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In this week’s episode, World War II pilot Major Glenn Ferguson answer’s 13-year- old Frank’s questions about flying the T-6 Texan and completing a “high side run.”
In today's podcast, Chuck Meadows, Operations Manager of the Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation, answers the frequently asked question "What is a Leatherneck?"
“Mustang Mike”, Major Mike Wifler (USMC-retired), answers questions posed by Evan about USMC training and nicknames. Justin Whitney interviewed Major Wifler on the grounds of the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum at MCAS Miramar.
Major Wifler served in the Marine Corps with honor, courage, and commitment for over 26 years. His dedication to the Corps has extended his service as docent at the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum for an additional 16 years.
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World War II torpedo bomber pilot, Major Glenn Ferguson (USMC-retired), describes his first flight as a student in the N2S-Stearman, a bi-plane with an open cockpit.
Although the Marine Corps was formed by the Second Continental Congress on November 10, 1775, it was not until 1921 that the Corps began celebrating the day officially as its birthday.
Listen to the 2020 birthday message from the Commandant of the USMC, General David H. Berger.
Highly decorated medical evacuation and fighter pilot, LtCol Richard Toettcher (USMC-retired), answers Jacob's question about what inspired him to become a pilot and the steps he took as a child to reach his goal.