George Felt Jr. is the oldest of 4 children of a family in Western Pennsylvania. His father was a policeman and a minister. His mom was the neighborhood’s honorary Mom. He worked while in High School and ultimately joined the Marine Corps. After 3 years, he applied for and was sent to Flight School where he ended up flying jets. When he finished Flight School, in the Fleet, he flew the A-4 Skyhawk. There were 100 missions in Viet Nam and 7 months in the jungle as a Forward Air Controller. After Viet Nam, the Marine Corps sent him to Auburn for an engineering degree. When he retired, he became a Financial Consultant. Through interesting circumstances, he developed an interest in K-9 Search and Rescue. Eventually, he formed a 501.c.3 organization, teaching, handling dogs, and participating in true searches. They recovered several bodies, each a story in itself. With the recent passing of his oldest dog, he retired from SAR and started emphasizing his “hobby” of weightlifting. At 75, he have recently set three World Records.