A story about Kojack

February 26, 2008 at 4:54 pm Leave a comment

Last year’s loss of Kevin Davis still sends ripples of emotion through the air show community.  I expect it always will.  There was a story posted on Boston.com yesterday that shares Kevin’s joy when he attended the World Series.  It’s stories like this that made me start this blog to begin with.  Maybe one day I’ll get to meet some of these pilots and post their stories.  Human interest stories – stories that make us realize these pilots are people just like us – inspire us to reach for our dreams.  The pilots that awe us at air shows every year remind us to dream big.  Kevin taught us that, too.  Dream big today in his honor.


Entry filed under: Airshows, aviation, Blue Angels, military.

Reno Air Races 2007 Photos Tom Yarwood – P-38 Pilot

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