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World War II vet takes to the skies to celebrate his birthday

Harry Moyer
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A few days ago, California pilot Harry Moyer climbed into his 1964 Mooney MK21 and flew a couple of laps around the airport, tipping his wings to the 80 or so people on the ground watching him.

But this was no ordinary flight, as this one marked the World War II veteran’s 100th birthday.

Moyer joined the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1942 and flew combat missions in North Africa, Sicily, and Italy before going to China. After the war, he became a P–40 flight instructor for the U.S. Army in New Mexico and bought his Mooney in 1976. He’s been actively flying ever since.

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This has been John W Denton for The Local Conservative


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