In this episode, we have the privilege of hearing the remarkable aviation journey of Roger Lance, a retired Air Force officer and Vietnam War veteran. Roger takes us on a captivating flight through his experiences, from his early days in aviation to the intense moments in the war. He provides a glimpse into the different aircraft he piloted and shares his favorites, shedding light on the competitive yet camaraderie-filled world of flying.
Roger’s insights into the importance of teamwork and humility in the Air Force underscore the collaborative efforts that keep aviators soaring. Join us for an engaging conversation that offers a unique perspective on the world of high-powered aircraft and the exceptional individuals who fly them.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- Roger’s aviation journey.
- What got him interested in flying.
- Which planes he was in charge of flying.
- How he got into the Air Force.
- His favorite plane to fly.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
- “When flying these high-powered airplanes, you have to think you’re the best to be the best even though you are not.” – Roger Lance
- “Flying is really competitive. You wish everyone well, but you want to beat the other guy.” – Roger Lance
- “You may think you’re God’s gift to aviation, but the ones before you were better.” – Roger Lance
Resources In Today’s Episode:
- Thud Ridge by Jack Broughton
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