ORIGINAL MARCH COMPOSITIONS
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A warm reception by the USAF in Europe Band prompted me to write my first march while I was stationed at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. It was made the official march of the 86th Airlift Wing, the host wing of the Ramstein Air Force Base. Recorded by U.S. Air Force in Europe Band.
On The Wings of the Eagle Squadrons
This march celebrates the heritage of the 4th Fighter Wing, which originated in Great Britain’s Royal Air Force as the Eagle Squadrons, so named for their American pilots. The Wing now makes its home at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. I was stationed there when I wrote it and it was designated the official march of the 4th Fighter Wing.
Swords with Wings
I wrote this march to honor the United States Air Combat Command. The first and second strains depicts fighters and bombers, respectively.
General Horner In Arabia
I wrote this march originally in memory of my own Air Force deployment to Saudi Arabia. A year later, I met General Charles Horner, who commanded U.S. Central Command Air Forces, in command of all U.S. and allied air assets during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. I named the march after him.