SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - A local WWII veteran made history on his birthday.
At 100 years old, Harry Moyer made a historic solo flight Friday to send to the Guinness Book of Records.
He took off Friday afternoon. Harry joined the US Army Air Corps in 1942 as an aviation cadet and flew as a fighter squadron during the war In places like North Africa and Italy.
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A 100 year old veteran makes history on his birthday✈️ Harry Moyer from San Luis Obispo made a solo flight at 100 years old. The WWII veteran filmed the flight to send to Guinness Book of Records on his birthday on Friday. Moyer joined the U.S. Army back in 1943 and learned how to fly during his time there. He flew fighter jets all around the world during the world war. For more on this story, click the link in our bio. . 📸 credit: SLO Town Studios / Welcome Home Military Heroes . . . . . . . . . . #flight #guinness #worldrecord #100 #fly #Airplane #sanluisobispo #yournewschannel #kcoy #newschannel12 #fighterjet #record #centralcoast #news
We wish Harry a very happy birthday.
To watch the historic flight, click here.