Claude Williams of Emerald said he and his sons made good Saturday on a promise he made to coworkers in the 1960s that he would sky dive on the anniversary of the July 28, 1944, parachute jump from a falling B-17 bomber if he lived to be 90 years old, the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press reported Wednesday.
Williams said he took a tandem jump with a worker from Skydive Twin Cities in Baldwin, Wis.
"He looked after me like a mother hen," Williams said.
"I think it went even better than I expected," Williams said. "All in all, we had a great time."
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