MERIDIAN, Miss. – The son of the US Vice-President Mike Pence is a graduate of the naval aviator training in Mississippi with his father looking.
The Meridian Star reports 1st Lt. Michael Pence was one of the seven pilots, fixed with wings of gold Friday at Naval Air Station Meridian in Mississippi.
The vice-president presented each of the graduates with a challenge coin. Both Pences declined interviews.
The class spent longer than the normal year in the basis, because the Navy of the V. S. training fighter jets were grounded for a period in 2017. That is because pilots reported episodes of oxygen deficiency, such as shortness of breath and disorientation.
Base commander Capt. Brian Horstman, says the graduates are “kind of special for us, because they were here twice as long.”
Graduates are one of the us Marine Corps pilot and one of the French navy.
Information from: The Meridian Star, http://www.meridianstar.com