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Airport Building Dedication

Updated: Friday, April 12 2013, 01:16 PM EDT
The Civil Air Patrol honored a pilot who earned his wings a long time ago.

They renamed their flight operations center at Asheville Regional Airport for Lieutenant Colonel Robert Augur.

Colonel Augur flew three different types of bombers during World War II, and he's a big supporter of the local CAP Composite Squadron.

He was very surprised to find out the new facility has been named in his honor.

He says for him, the military life was the only way to fly.

Lt. Col. Robert Augur (Ret), u.S. Army Air Corps, "this is the best life that you can have. You stand up and look in the mirror and say, "I'm damned proud of what I did."

The Civil Air Patrol is still working on its new facility at Asheville Regional.Airport Building Dedication


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