Move Over Maverick: Meet The Real Life ‘Top Gun’ Pilot | This Morning

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He feels the need… the need for speed! After the new Top Gun film premiered in Cannes last night, with a UK premiere taking place later today, we’re joined by a real life Top Gun Instructor and former US Navy Commander Guy Snodgrass, who is celebrated as one of the most skilled fighter pilots in history. Guy joins us live from Texas to talk about his remarkable career as well as what he thinks of Tom Cruise’s onscreen escapades.

Broadcast on 19/05/22

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