John Joslin is a scientist and an instrument rated pilot. His aviation career started in 2002 when his girlfriend (now wife) bought him a discovery flight on a clear night over downtown Chicago. While in Chicago, John spent most of his time on the ground wishing he was in the air, volunteering with the Civil Air Patrol, and making the annual pilgrimage to Oshkosh. It wasn’t until after graduate school that John begin his flight training.
His story isn't too different from any of us in the pilot community. We're all part of a special family and love to talk about it. But for some reason we've stopped celebrating our accomplishments and those moments that have special meaning to us. John is interested in changing that and has started by creating patches that commemorate a wide variety of aviation success (www.av8rswag.com).
Listen in as Marc and Rhonda discuss why the swagger left, why we should want it back, and how to go about doing just that.
We hope you enjoy listening as much as we love talking to others who share our passion for aviation. Let us know what you think!
BLUE SKIES and TAILWINDS!!!