Lightning Strikes

Once upon a time, a young lad from Stoke had a dream to become a fighter pilot. However, he was told by his school careers teacher that “…people from around here don’t do stuff like that”. 30 years later, already a distinguished frontline Harrier a pilot, he is now a highly regarded pilot and figure in the world of aircraft development and testing.  “Reach for the stars – even if you don’t make it, you might just land on the moon”.

“Reach for the stars – even if you don’t make it, you might just land on the moon.”

RNAS Yeovilton Sea Harrier OCU. Test Pilot Nath Gray with Author Andrew Neofytou of Flight Deck Wingman in 2002.

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