The US army is home to many war heroes.

John Watson is one of them. He served as a Black Hawk helicopter in both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars during the past decade. He was also a member of the team of Operation Neptune Spear, the renowned CIA action whereby Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan was invaded.

John Watson, a Springfield, Ohio resident, is married with two beautiful sons. His oldest son, 9-year old Charly, is well on his way to walk his father’s steps as a helicopter pilot, and is passionate about helicopters.

When John finished his last assignment in Afghanistan in May 2013, he finally returned back home.

When John stepped down from the airplane in Springfield, his entire family was awaiting him, and John saw that his little son Charly brought a remote control toy helicopter.

John commented: "The moment I stepped down from the plane, I saw a toy helicopter flying around. And then I saw that my son Charly was actually flying it. It was really touching."

Charly built the remote control toy helicopter using Sky Whirlies’ SkyMate helicopter, and also developed some additional accessories himself.

John: "When I learnt how my son built his helicopter, I became a big fan of Sky Whirlies’ helicopters immediately myself. It is amazing what you can do with these helicopters. It’s good to be home again, but I like to have helicopters around all the time. Sky Whirlies helps me to stay sharp while at home."


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