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About Henry Kuhlman
Choosing Air Force ROTC over gym class at the University of Nebraska, this farm kid heard about an optional Air Force pilot aptitude test. After college in 1970 and pilot training, he flew the F-4 Phantom, OV-10 Bronco, and A-10 Warthog over the next 23 years. Henry left active duty in 1979 and then flew with the Connecticut Air National Guard. He got on with a major airline and flew Boeings internationally for 24 years. What possessed him to try hang gliding, skydiving, powered parachutes, and flying an ultralight for 20 years, is anyone’s guess.
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