Retired pilot, airman returns to Columbus to fly T-38 simulator

Retired pilot, airman returns to Columbus to fly T-38 simulator

Posted: Jan. 16, 2019 10:56 PM
Updated: Jan. 16, 2019 10:56 PM

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a retired pilot and airman takes to the skies once again. the first t-38 flew into columbus air force base 59 years was flown by james l. cole. cole came back tothebase today to fly in the t-38 simulator. the simulator itself is a mock- up of the aircraft's cockpit with identical instrument panels and controls. it's a premier thing of air plane you ever want to do you can go high as i ever wanted to go fastest as i ever wanted to go and i got checked out by one of the north test pilot out there who took me up and showed me these are the things you can do and these are the things you can do in them. james l. cole - ret...trt : 16sec and oc : can do in them cole was born and in columbus and he now lives in texas. call him a real life ham-burglar. police
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