This book follows an Air Force pilot's experiences as a C-5 Galaxy pilot of America's largest transport aircraft through ten years in the Air Mobility Command. This is the third and final book of my three-book autobiography. In addition to my flying experiences, I detail the anthrax shot debacle inflicted on America's front line troops by national command authorities, civilian and military.
Jay Lacklen is a retired Air Force reserve pilot with over 12,000 military flying hours. He entered the service in 1970, retired in 2004, and flew in all conflicts from Vietnam to the 2003 Iraq War. He currently writes and lives in Vienna, Virginia. This is the third and final book of a three-volume memoir. This 2019 photo is from the 50th year reunion of his graduating class from the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill.