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  • Flight instructor: ‘I’m probably more proud than he is.’

    Brian Turrisi, Noah Eudy’s flight instructor, discusses the Hilton Head Island cadet’s accomplishments after becoming the first in South Carolina to earn a private pilot's license through the Civil Air Patrol.

Brian Turrisi, Noah Eudy’s flight instructor, discusses the Hilton Head Island cadet’s accomplishments after becoming the first in South Carolina to earn a private pilot's license through the Civil Air Patrol. Alex Kincai akincaid@islandpacket.com
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He’s afraid of most heights. But that didn’t stop a Hilton Head teen from being the first in decades to do this

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