Legendary Fighter

Brigadier General Charles McGee fought against enemies in the sky and segregation and racism on the ground.
The decorated war hero and oldest living Tuskegee Airmen pilot why he’s proud simply to be an American
Story and Interview by Jonathan Westman
Photography by Grant L. Gursky
Times and technologies have certainly changed since Brigadier General Charles McGee was patrolling wartime skies as a member of the famous Tuskegee Airmen — but his love of flight,

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Sky’s The Limit

Airplane mechanic Matt Sager resides near Georgetown, DE, but he once made his living in the air
Story by Joe Willey    |     Photography by Matt Sager
“As long as I can remember, I’ve always been into airplanes.” That is how Matt Sager describes the beginning of his lifelong love of aviation. His interest in airplanes also intersects with his talent in photography.

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Flying Along Dangerous Lines

Long before he retired to Annapolis,
Freeman “Bruce” Olmstead spent nearly seven months in a Soviet prison on multiple charges, including espionage
Story by Jennifer PiegolsPhotography courtesy Nabb Research Center, Salisbury University
July 3, 1960:

“Dear Mrs. Olmstead: You have received official notification that your husband,
First Lieutenant Freeman B. Olmstead, is missing in flight since 1 July 1960….

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Dedicated to the Sky

U.S. Navy captain Andrew “Andy” Serrell certainly loved to fly — and he left an indelible mark on history and on his students
Story by Ian Post    |    Photography courtesy Nabb Research Center, Salisbury University
While we often say that heroes walk among us, it’s rarely said that they fly with — and above — us.

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