The World’s Oldest Active Fighter Pilot Retires at 66

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The world’s oldest active fighter pilot, a grandfather of four, has retired and taken his last flight at the age of 66. Squadron Leader Phillip Frawley of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has served for more than 49 years — over half of the RAAF’s 97-year lifespan. He took his final flight last month and has officially stepped down, according to an RAAF statement released Thursday.

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The World’s Oldest Fighter Pilot Retires at 66




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