Two missions to honour D-Day veterans on the 75th anniversary
In this episode, we are honoured and humbled to be part of 2 incredible stories commemorating the 75th D-Day Anniversary from 2 different perspectives, one Canadian and one American.
I’m really proud of how this came together.
I fully admit that while filming over this crazy period, I had no idea how I was going to tell these stories… It felt like constant chaos trying to cover the action and capture the nerdy pilot nuggets that were all around me. But I think we have both some great learning moments and a compelling episode here. Enjoy!
Happy weekend – I’m heading to Windsor for some RV-14 building, and Warbird flying!
If you missed it, here’s the link to some exclusive “Behind the Scenes” content with Mikey that didn’t make this cut.
Some links for you to check out:
Meet Mikey and I (and DTD) in person at #Osh19! FULL DETAILS HERE
Head here to learn more about: Mikey / Plane Savers
And thanks to Sherm and Shane for so much access! They were flying Betsy’s Biscuit Bomber from the Estrella Warbird Museum in Paso Robles CA.
- The plane also has a Facebook page to check out.
- Be sure to see the Estrella Warbird Museum’s Facebook page too.
And here is awesome footage of paratroopers jumping at AOPA: Static Line Jump flight at AOPA 80th Anniversary
To learn more about the D-Day Squadron please visit their site.
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And other episodes we’ve done about Warbird Flying
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