Jock Heron, Chairman of the Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust Bristol Branch, and retired Rolls-Royce employee, gives a lecture on "Sixty Years of Secrets - Groom Lake and Area 51". Before joining Rolls-Royce in 1987, Jock was a Royal Air Force Pilot, retiring as a Wing Commander. He has achieved over 3400 flying hours in various military aircraft, but predominantly in single-seat fighters. Originally flying Harriers and Hunters, Jock later became Staff Officer defining the requirements for the aircraft that became the Tornado.
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