Sarajane Giere Reflects On Her Husband, Former Commander of the 106th Rescue Wing, In Her Memoir, 'My Pilot' - 27 East

Sarajane Giere Reflects On Her Husband, Former Commander of the 106th Rescue Wing, In Her Memoir, ‘My Pilot’

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The author Sarajane Giere.

The author Sarajane Giere.

Bernie and Sarajane Giere.

Bernie and Sarajane Giere. c/o Sarajane Giere

Bernie Giere by his F4 in 1966

Bernie Giere by his F4 in 1966 c/o Sarajane Giere

Bernie and Sarajane on a night out.

Bernie and Sarajane on a night out. c/o Sarajane Giere

The happy couple, newly engaged.

The happy couple, newly engaged. c/o Sarajane Giere

Bernie in the cockpit of his F102.

Bernie in the cockpit of his F102. c/o Sarajane Giere

Bernie next to his F-4.

Bernie next to his F-4. c/o Sarajane Giere

The book cover of

The book cover of "My Pilot" c/o Imzadi Publishing

Sophie Griffin on Aug 3, 2021
In her book “My Pilot: A Story of Love, War and ALS,” Sarajane Giere tells the story of her relationship with her husband, Colonel Bernard (“Bernie”) D. Giere, a fighter... more

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