This week's guest is a very special one....not only a great American but someone who was a part of an incredible unit. This photo comes from my good friend Jim, a former loadmaster that I had the pleasure of serving with while stationed at Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. Jim and I were part of a roughneck, pallet flying, failure is not an option squadron that continues to be the pride of the fleet today. I'm talking about the 16th Airlift Squadron. The 16th has a rich history dating back to the early days of the Second World War. It remains one of the most highly decorated units at Charleston as it approaches it's 75th Anniversary this year. Jim and I have flew several missions all over the world. Some in combat, some humanitarian and even moved a Martian Spacecraft for NASA called the Phoenix Mars Lander which is now permanent residency on Mars. Watch the video by clicking on this link. The Lions have been led by some of the greatest military leaders in our Service. The unit has certainly left its mark on history. Despite being thrust into combat in the 1940s, the 16th Airlift Squadron continues to deliver hope and combat power wherever it's needed...anytime and any place. Thank you Jim for the photo and the trip down memory lane. SEMPER PALLETS!