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Flying high again...

 Paul Weisbrodt, a 74 year old veteran from Wesley Meadows, is just one of the twenty-nine elders offered a free flight in a restored World War II era biplane by Ageless Aviation. Paul served in the USAF during the Vietnam War. He was an aircraft mechanic on bombers, tankers and cargo planes.Mr. Paul was a little nervous about moving to Wesley Meadows because he was moving from Ohio to be near his brother. In fact, he had only been living at Wesley Meadows a few weeks when the opportunity to fly came up.It was a great bonding experience for him and the other flyers. He told the ground crew after his flight that moving to Wesley Meadows was the right decisions because "where else would he still get to do new things like flying in a biplane?"

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