Colonel Bobby G. Graham (Ret) is a former KC-135 air refueling tanker pilot with over 3,500 hours of flight time. Bobby spent more than 27 years in the United States Air Force before retiring. He is pictured here climbing into a T-33A Shooting Star training aircraft in 1958.
Bobby wrote this story letter in rhyme to his sons, Jeff and Barry when he was stationed for temporary duty at U-Tapao, Thailand upporting air missions in Vietnam. His family awaited his return to K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base in Michigan.
He is known for his quick wit, dry humor and especially for making up rhyming stories and songs for his kids (now grown), grandchildren (also grown) and friends. Many of these stories, like ‘Sally, the fish-eating Dog’ were based on real life events.
Bobby resides with Shirley, his wife of 51 years, in Central Georgia.