AI #151 : F/A-18A+ Hornet | C.W. Lemoine AKA Mover *PART 2*
42 min

In part 2, Mover chats about his time flying the F/A-18A+ Hornet with VFA-204, his Spectre book series, and his YouTube channel all wrapped up with some great stories!

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