Aircrew Interview
Aircrew Interview
Oct 18, 2020
AI #153 : Happy Hour! | w/ Fighter Pilot Rick Peacock-Edwards *PART 2*
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Sit down and grab a beverage and enjoy part 2 of our "Happy Hour" episode with Rick Peacock-Edward as we have a candid chat about aviation over a chilled beer!
Rick has flown the Gnat, Hunter, Lightning, Phantom, and Tornado F2/3 (he was the first pilot to bring the Tornado F2 into RAF service), so there was plenty to chat about!

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