Tulsa Air and Space Museum Director Takes Oath for Naval Reserves
Jim Bridenstine is the Executive Director for the Tulsa Air and Space Museum
Bridenstine will be flying an E2C plane out of New Orleans for the Naval Reserves. He flew both E2's and F-18's in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Chris Howell NewsOn6.com
TULSA---Today at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum, TASM Executive Director Jim Bridenstine took his Naval oath of office. Jim was sworn in by Commander John Herrington, an Oklahoma Astronaut and Navy Pilot.
Lieutenant Bridenstine (O3) is rejoining the Navy as a reservist after previously serving as an active duty E-2 and F-18 pilot in the U.S. Navy from 1998 to 2007 where he flew missions in both Afghanistan and Iraq.
‘It will be a great opportunity for me to keep flying and serving my country,' he said ‘I look forward to employing the E-2c in counter drug operations in the Caribbean and South and Central America.'
Jim was administered the Naval oath by Oklahoma astronaut John Harrington, and will remain Executive Director for the Tulsa Air and Space Museum.
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