Eye in the Storm

October 2008
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;10/17/2008, Vol. 78 Issue 7, Special section p3
An interview with Hurricane Hunter Lieautenant Colonel Jon Talbot, who has flown into several hurricanes, is presented. When asked why he decided to become a Hurricane Hunter, he says that his boss at the Air Force thought he would be good at it. He describes things that he sees when flying through a hurricane. Talbot also reveals the best part of being a Hurricane Hunter.


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