The U.S. Air Force will give Supercross star Health Voss the ultimate ride in an F-15 D fighter jet at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Oct. 8.
Supercross star Heath Voss gets the chance to experience a different kind of flying when he's strapped into a F-15 jet.
Mr. Voss has continually supported the Air Force by voluntarily promoting the Air Force at all his races and helping the Air Force Recruiting Service meets its mission to recruit young men and women to sustain the combat capability of America’s Air Force.
Originally from Mico, Texas, Mr. Voss in 2008 raced in the AMA Supercross
Series, earning four, top 10 finishes. He competed in 1st Pro SX in 94’ at the age of 16, was the 2004 World SX GP Champion and the 2005 100% Award Winner. He will be racing at the Supercross series US Open in Las Vegas Oct 9-10.
“Mr. Voss is a competitive racer that has the unique ability to make everyone he talks to feel comfortable and important,” said Col Terrence Fornof, pilot at Nellis AFB, NV. “While he takes his profession seriously he maintains a humility that is seldom seen in today’s sports heros. Voss believes the Air Force is a great place to serve, get an education, have a career, and develop into a vital part of society.”