All. God is so good and I have seen miracles throughout this ordeal. Brent's. commander LtC Longmire orchestrated a news story with a local San Francisco news team. Brent is back at work and coping with his cancer surgery. The tumor was the size of a soft ball but they were able to remove is successfully after 16 hours of surgery with five surgical teams. Stanford Hospital was incredible pulling the five teams together on such short notice. In just 3 months he is now walking, back to work, and flying the simulator keeping his qualifications. But he goes unqualified in the plane next month without flying. His commander and flight doctor are completing the medical paperwork for the medical evaluation board and are recommending keeeping Brent and getting him back in the Aircraft Commander seat. They orchestrated this story to put some pressure on the board. The medical evaluation board will make the decision to keep him or medical retire. Our prayer is he can stay and fly for the USAF. It's all he's wanted to do since 3 years old.
Thank you everyone for your prayers and support!!!
Jeff & Terri
Here is the link to the news story.
Battling Cancer, A Pilot Fights to Keep His Wings « CBS San Francisco