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Young Pilots Get Ready for Take Off

At an airport in Compton, a remarkable program is teaching kids to fly before they can drive. Anchor Val Zavala met 7-year-old Lauro Banuelos, one of hundreds of young people who are learning to fly airplanes and helicopters at "Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum" founded by Tuskegee Airmen and ace helicopter pilot Robin Petgrave. It's an inspiring program that is lifting hundreds of Compton kids beyond their circumstances.

Featuring Interviews With:

  • Robin Petgrave, founder, Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum
  • Lauro Banuelos, 7-year-old pilot
  • Macarthur Dandridge, Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum student/pilot
  • Cynthia Hernandez, Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum student/pilot
  • Mykayla Paschal, Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum student/pilot

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