Watch New U.S. Air Force Pilot Take His WWII Army Air Forces Veteran Grandfather Flying
Now, this is a scene to behold, a true generational passing of a baton. The old man, the grandfather, fought for his country in WWII. Many years later, his grandson not only honors his service, his country, and his tradition by becoming an US Air Force pilot, but he also takes grandpa flying with him.
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92-year-old WWII pilot, Bob Jorgenson, pinned some very special wings on his grandson when he graduated from Laughlin Air Force Base in Texas. They were his. Watch this duo go back up into the skies. This is special.
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