The Federal Aviation Administration recently honored two Pennsylvania pilots with the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award. Larry Schaefer of Economy, Pa., has over 29,000 hours in the air and says he has given 382 flights to children through the Young Eagles program. Bernard Carbeau of Ellwood City, Pa., is still flying at 88-years-old. He made his first solo flight in 1944. The award is given to pilots who have flown 50 consecutive years without a safety incident.

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