Army Reserve officer co-pilots final Honor Flight of the season
231018-A-XY199-1003.JPG Photo By: Staff Sgt. David Lietz

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Lt. Col. Brian Dunn, Public Affairs Officer, 85th U.S Army Reserve Support Command, is a First Officer for Southwest Airlines in his civilian career. He recently served as co-pilot for the Honor Flight Chicago flight to Washington D.C., October 18, 2023. Within his family, Dunn’s grandfather served as the captain of a B-17 crew that flew 38 missions over Europe during World War II and his father and husband both served on nuclear submarines in the U.S. Navy. Dunn has served in the Army Reserve for 26 years and currently holding a variety of positions including the head of human resources on a general staff and teaching military history at the University of Illinois-Chicago. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. David Lietz)


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