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Sangria and Stories: WWII and the Korean War through the eyes of legendary Floridian and fighter pilot John “Jack” Bolt, Lt. Col. USMC
May 10 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Jack Bolt grew up in Depression-era Central Florida, flew with the notorious Black Sheep squadron in the South Pacific, and then in North Korea with the USAF’s top fighter ace, Joe McConnell. Hear his son, TBHC Trustee Bob Bolt, tell the story of a patriotic small town Florida boy who went on to become the only Navy/Marine Corps ace in two wars and the Marines’ only jet ace.
Sangria and Stories includes in-gallery talk, glass of Columbia Cafe Sangria or soft drink and complimentary parking in the History Center garage. Advance registration required.