AF Chief of Staff Flies in Replica of Oldest Military
General Jumper shows why he's such a favorite with the troops
(and why he can't get private insurance).
A Wright B Flyer ground crew member helps Gen. John P. Jumper,
Air Force chief of staff, strap into a replica of the Wright
brothers first production airplane June 21. Pilot John Warlick,
dressed in an Army Air Corps uniform, sits alongside ready for the
ride. Jumper was here to speak to the national convention of the
Order of the Daedalians. His visit to Dayton Wright Brothers
Airport is a part of the Centennial of Flight festivities.