2 Burst results for "harry moyer"
"harry moyer" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"We get the honor this find, Shall we say older troop as he crawled out of the cockpit of the 1953 Moody plane on the 30th of October of this year. 100 year old Harry Moyer flashed a thumbs up to the assembled crowd and a huge green lighting up his face. He had plenty of reason to celebrate, where had just potentially broken the world record on his birthday, no less. Lawyer, a World War two pilot took off and landed from the A C I jet hangar of San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, California, potentially becoming the oldest licensed individual to complete a solo flight in the world. Quote thanks to all you wonderful people for showing up in participating on this day of my life lawyer told the roughly 80 people who gathered around his plane after his flight to sing Happy birthday. I can't believe I'm up here. Lawyer had been flying since 1942 when he joined the Army Air Corps as an aviation cadet. While studying engineering at the University of Akron in Ohio, During World War two, Moyer flew in North Africa, Sicily and Italy as well as in China as one of the fine tigers, which defended China from Japan during the war. After returning to the states in 1941, he said it was a flight instructor in New Mexico until the end of the war. 1976 Moyer purchased his 1963 Mooney and he would continue to fly it regularly for the next four decades. Up. There's a different environment, he said. You've got the whole world behind you. Other veteran pilots have aged and become enable, because you flying much less solo. But Moyer has continued to fly his plane from the local airport several times a week. All of these years, according to his son in law, Peter Pepper. So stand tall pilot Harry Moyer, Frontlines of freedom and all of our nation's Patriots salute you. This concludes the first hour of the show will start to second hour talking with the commander of the American Legion. Then we'll learn about pain relief As we talked with day three creation and then we'll review the most important athletic event in the world, the Army Navy football game. Of course, we'll conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and are armed America report. To make it understatement. Life is crazy right now. Gold thrives in times like this, In fact, through the craziness of the past few months, gold his sword to all time heights. That's why it's critical to move some of your.
"harry moyer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"What did it say? Who's won that raised? Watch the weather like today. Anybody know the rest of that song. Never heard that song before Time. Good news week by head shoppers Anonymous Not about It's not about good news at all. But I just made it into an intro. Someone dropped a bomb somewhere Bad blood, because damn in dating all the air. Yetta Yetta Yetta Yetta Yetta who doesn't love a little bit of situational irony. I know Ideo. Well, I got some good news. We got this ahead. Shoppers anonymous. Although I like little intro, you know Jon Lester. The picture. Oh, yeah. Do you hear the story? I did. I was very excited. When I saw this story. I didn't participate in the know what I thought it was very cool. The Cubs declined his $25 million contract option for 2021 so Lester tweeted he would buy. Each patron at four. Chicago bars a beer to show his appreciation. It came 2 3466 beers. At $25,637.90. I thought that was pretty cool. Now there's no excuse for not voting. A woman This is the good news Jon Landau got 7 20 Jin Ah Woman in labour labour. Stops to vote in Florida. On the way to the hospital. Yes. The Orange County supervisor of elections, and she was processing voter ballots at about 2:30 P.m. Tuesday when a man came in one of his wife's driver's license. The man explained. His wife was outside in the car. And what a cast her vote. Said the official. We need her here. And he basically told me that that's going to be a problem because she refuses to go to the hospital until she votes. The man explained. His wife was in labor and insisted on voting before going to the hospital. So they initially took a mail in ballot out to the woman, but she refused it. She said. No, no, no, I need to fill it out right now. So they waited while she completed the battle. And she filled out her ballot doing control breathing as we all show went at the poles, you know, And I think maybe people were doing that tomorrow, and we're not pregnant at all. I don't blame him. But isn't it? I mean, that's devotion to democracy. How does your civic duty that I was going to say accuracy, but that's devotion to democracy. You're never too old to do something new. Listen to me. A World War two veteran celebrates his 1/100 birthday. With a solo flight over the central coast. Okay attempt. This is Captain Harry Moyer. He's 100 years old. He was 100 years old on Friday. You wanted to break a world record. A group of friends and family gathered that the Sandman Obispo County Regional Airport Any flew a plane. Setting the world record for quote oldest living pilot capable of soloing. He still has to submit the footage. Of this flight to the Guinness Book of World Records, and a panel will review his request and determine whether he actually broke the record will if the guy what? Gotten it airplane? He's 100 years old. He went up in the sky and he flew around solo. Sounds to me like He did what he's supposed to do. Then there's the story of sparkplug very not a 60 year old £200 African spurred tortoise. Sparkplug brought out of the fence surrounding his Alabama enclosure and made it 30 miles over two days before being discovered and return home to safely. Well, you know, there's a There's a catch to this story. He didn't really The turtle didn't make it 30 Miles in two days, he actually made it across a nearby road before a nice person picked him up and drove him to their country property for safekeeping before the tortoises family. Track him down tie. Harris, who's the owner of the tortoise was introspective, he said. He just went out on the town a little bit. He had to take a journey. And apparently, he's something of a celebrity. Now in this small town and kids stopped by for photo ops in local growers sometimes toss him a slurp surplus gored or wall watermelon. A munch on and who doesn't want a surplus gored or watermelon every now and then. This, I think is truly cool. Alright, talking about Trying to get Halloween costumes together. Iowa farmer Greg Beatson, Bach. Put together as a Halloween costume. Hey. Zoom call. Okay, It's a zoom call, but it's not a zoom called, you know what I mean? It's supposed to look like a zoom call. And it's got his family's pictures in it, and it's got all the logos and everything that you have, You know, mute video. All that kind of stuff. Ah. Justice. I just thought that was just the coolest idea. To do a costume and he got his whole family and Bob because they're all in the squares of the zoom call like the Brady Bunch. And I think that's pretty cool. I like it, you know? Not earth shattering. But why not? A zoom call. Halloween costume. I had had a guy that went to the zoom call. I knew a guy but he what he did was he wore like he had, you know, a shirt and tie and a blazer and I was just walking around in big like boxers with Ah, you know, hearts on them. So you won't like pants? I see. So he was like a zoom call, but he won't You got in his ear. Go it all. You know that? Well, never mind. Do you know? Are you trying to tell me that you're not wearing pants right now? No, but I'll go. Yeah, this I was I was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Famer earlier this year, and they and it was It was virtual right, so they set up a zoom call for me to.