A highly decorated military aviator — first as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot and later as a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot — “Stryker” Korner flew 202 combat missions in Vietnam, where he was shot down several times but evaded capture, and then another 25 in Desert Storm. He retired as a lieutenant colonel from the Air National Guard. He has logged 11,000 hr. of flight time in a wide variety of aircraft and continues to add to that count as an instructor pilot at Flight ...

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