Mark Hanna

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FlyingMachinesTV
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Mark Hanna

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Today would have been Mark's 60th birthday, I was very lucky to have spent time with him and Ray when filming my documentary about MH434 and shortly after he passed away I made this short film as a tribute. His sister Sarah has now made it available for everyone to watch.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNoY3tA0cuE[/youtube]

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What more could be said? A fine tribute to a fine airman & person. Thanks to you & the Family for sharing this. The final part of this together with the choice of music is music is as good as it gets! :clap:

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Very apt
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As a gobsmacked teenager (at the time) I'm very proud to admit that Mr Hanna was the first ever pilot at Duxford that I spoke to and got a very personal tour around a P-40. 15 minutes that I will treasure forever. A true legend of his time, and an inspiration to many.
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Absolutely lovely.
Thanks for posting that. :clap: :clap:

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