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Ten-year-old Brandon Smalling tries on life support gear, Thursday August 10 at the 357th Fighter Squadron at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz as part of the Pilot for a Day program. The program is designed to help children with disabilities or serious illnesses to enjoy a day focused on them and their interest in aviation. Activities in the program include; trying on life support equipment, using Night Vision goggles, flying an A-10 simulator, and seeing an A-10  up close.(U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Christina D. Ponte) 10-year-old boy becomes Pilot for a Day
Ten-year-old Brandon Smalling and his family visited here Aug. 9 to participate in the Pilot for a Day program, which helps local children with disabilities or serious illnesses enjoy a day totally focused on them and their interest in aviation. Each child gets the "distinguished visitor" treatment from various agencies on base, with special
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