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One Pilot's Life


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Thomas Herrod knew he wanted to fly at age eleven, and took his first flight lessons at fifteen. Herrod had already logged 200 hours of flight time before enlisting as an Army Air Corps cadet at age twenty. He graduated as a second lieutenant in early 1942. Like many young pilots at the start of World War II, Herrod wanted to fly fighter planes. His contribution to the war took a different form, flying cargo and hospital planes through the dangerous Asian theater of operations. After the war, he remained in the Air Force Reserves until 1953, retiring with the rank of major. In the post-war years, Herrod ran a successful agricultural aviation business until 1960, when he founded his Airline Pilot Training School, a prestigious and high-quality school providing pilots to major airlines.

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