April 18, 2017

Brothers meet in flight training

Written by Brenden Peterson

With 100,000 living alumni, brothers find each other without even looking.

Recently, brothers Brenden Jacob Peterson (Beta Beta) and Christopher Martinez (Zeta Theta) met in Pensacola, FL when they were classed together for Aviation Preflight Indoctrination, the first step in a two year process to become winged Naval Aviators. The attached photo is Brenden (left) and Chris (right) putting on their flight suits for the first time as their daily uniform. Earning the right to be a part of a legacy and wearing flight suits was the goal of Brenden and Chris during API, and they’re going on to continue in their pursuits of becoming Naval Aviators. We wish you the best of luck, brothers.
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Last modified on April 19, 2017

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