Flying Lessons with George Nolly

Welcome to another episode of Lessons from the Cockpit show!

George Nolly gives us great lessons from logging time in O-2 Skymasters as a Forward Air Controller, and fighter pilot in the F-4D/E Phantoms over Vietnam. George even spent exactly one year in the big B-52! George flew with and now instructs for one of the major US airlines in the 737, and 777s with an Indian airline. He tells us there is no such thing as useless information and relates his most important lesson from a combat mission over North Vietnam, a great lesson on leadership, fuel is flying’s hourglass, and giving control to your best shooters in battle. George shares the audio from WALNUT Flight looking for a tanker near Haiphong!

Prints of the mighty F-4 Phantom from the Vietnam LINEBACKER air campaign are available at Wall Pilot

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