Zack Schmidt, who earned his pilot license in 2011, began flying for Mercy Flight in June, with his first mission being to take three... Hoschton man’s flying helps people with serious medical conditions

Zack Schmidt, who earned his pilot license in 2011, began flying for Mercy Flight in June, with his first mission being to take three siblings from Atlanta to a camp in North Carolina that works with children who have serious medical conditions.

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