Jay E. Riedel was born 19 November 1939 in Freeport, Long Island, New York, and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics from the University of Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, and his commission as a Second Lieutenant through AFROTC in July 1961. Colonel Jay E. Riedel retired 1 April 1992 after thirty years of active service to his country. His last assignment was Senior Air Force Representative to the United States Army Infantry, Ft. Benning, Georgia. Memories of a Fighter Pilot is a collection of as many of his personal recollections as he can remember that would be of a significant interest to most readers. They are as accurate as he remembers them. Many will make you laugh, some will water your eyes, and some will have you gripping your chair with white knuckles. qI have experienced many of life's ups and downs, and I hope all who read of these episodes will be entertained, yet glean some information that may be of use in their own lives. It was quite a ride.q Foreword by General Chuck Horner.We put down old towels we called adiapersa over a waterproof plastic sheet and placed a carton box on its side with a ... We also put in a small dish of water and some special waterfowl starter feed. ... Baby ducks are quite easy to raise.
|Title||:||Memories of a Fighter Pilot|
|Author||:||Jay E. Riedel|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-05|