AIR REFUELING HISTORY
From October 18, 2014 10:00 am until October 18, 2014 11:00 am Save to calendar
Posted by Pima Air Museum
Categories: Volunteer Presentation Series
Learn about aerial refueling from the first experiments in the 1920s to the present day and from the "Question Mark" to the Airbus MRTT and the USAF KC-46 (Boeing 767). This presentation will be richly illustrated with many photographs of aircraft inflight, ARO/boom operator stations and cockpits. Jim Evans is an AMARG docent with the Pima Air & Space Museum, and tanker pilot with over 4,000 hours flying time in the KC-135A/E/Q, KC-10A and B-52D/H. He has worked as an instructor pilot, operations planner and task force commander for RED FLAG and many tanker task forces (TTF) worldwide.