We learned a few days ago that my husband was selected for command! This means that in a few years he will be the Commanding Officer of a jet squadron. I am so, SO proud of him, and I know that this is only the beginning of big things for him. I’m so happy for him and I’m excited to do all I can to support him and the squadron he is assigned to. So … now what?
Have you ever wondered what Navy jet pilots are thinking as they approach an aircraft carrier for landing? Wonder no more — here is the
I posted on Instagram recently about my husband’s role as an LSO, or Landing Signal Officer, also known as a “Paddles”. Becoming a LSO is
This picture was taken following my husband’s last flight as an instructor pilot before we PCS’d to Japan 7 years ago. It’s hard to believe
I may be the last person in the Naval Aviation community to hear about this, but in my defense, we were PCSing across the country
Is this really my first post about the Tailhook Association and it’s yearly epic throw down in Reno?! While Tailhook does a great many things