Everyone who has ever felt a sense of awe at the sight of an aircraft flying overhead will easily relate to the personal, lifelong love affair with aviation that John Schuck shares in his memoir, There They Go. Schuck's touching autobiography details his up-close introduction to flight at age 8 when he witnessed a Piper Cub landing in a neighborhood pasture. He then recounts his enthusiastic tenure as a CAP cadet; his enlistment in the USAF on his 17th birthday; his military service in Korea; and his rise to a Colonel in the Commemorative Air Force.
In addition to documenting his personal connection with aviation, Schuck chronicles the impressive efforts of the CAF, including the organization's flying museum; its numerous restoration projects; its ongoing endeavors to acquire and preserve additional warbirds; and the importance his affiliation with the association has had on his life. Additionally, Col. Schuck has personally autographed this copy of his book! 138 pages. Paperback. A moving account of a distinguished individual and the extraordinary organization that has played such an integral role in his life.