Meet the endurance flight pilots
Pilots Woody Jongeward (left) and Bob Woodhouse pose with the City of Yuma at Marsh Airport, just before they took flight in 1949.
Photo courtesy Shirley Murdock
Meet the endurance flight pilots.
Bob Woodhouse and Woody Jongeward did more than set a world aviation record — they also helped persuade the U.S. government to reopen a shuttered military airfield in Yuma.Flying a 1948 Aeronca Sedan named the City of Yuma, the pair stayed aloft continuously for 1,124 hours.. Read Meet the endurance flight pilots...