Capt. Robert B. Workman USCG (Ret)

CAPT. ROBERT B. WORKMAN JR., USCG (Ret.), a 1959 graduate of the Coast Guard Academy, flew both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft, including the last of the flying boats. He builds large-scale model Coast Guard aircraft and historical aircraft for museums around the country, dedicating over seven hundred hours to each model. Workman lives in Ashburn, Virginia.

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