RMetS meets NOAA Hurricane Hunters

March 08, 2022 00:16:48
RMetS meets NOAA Hurricane Hunters
Royal Meteorological Society Podcast
RMetS meets NOAA Hurricane Hunters

Mar 08 2022 | 00:16:48

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Show Notes

Kirsty McCabe speaks to Nikki Hathaway, Flight Director with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters and Commander Rebecca Waddington, senior officer in the NOAA Commissioned Corps and the Chief of Flight Operations at the NOAA Aviation Operations Center.

 

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