Dale Snodgrass Death – Obituary -Pilot Dale Snort Snodgrass was Killed in a small plane accident .
Dale “Snort” Snodgrass was killed yesterday in a crash, according to the following statements posted on social media on July 25. 2021.
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly 2h · Dale “Snort” Snodgrass was killed yesterday in a small plane crash. I had the pleasure of knowing him and even flying with him in an F-14 with a new flight control system with me in the backseat which felt oddly appropriate. A true legend. #RIP Snort.
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Tim Wahl wrote
Wow that man could fly anything, what an amazing man
Carol Christensen wrote
Prayers and sympathy to family and friends of Dale “Snort” Snodgrass.
Laís Requejo wrote
Hello Mr. captain here is Laís from 🇧🇷 In accordance with a Francisco Xavier vision our country will be divided in 4 and the north are with us.
Ken Bob wrote
Rip Dale sad to say I was there and saw it. Was the worst thing I have experienced he will be missed
Louie Ortiz wrote
Rest in peace Dale and thank you for your service. Prayers for your family and all your Shipmates who admired.
Phil Lee wrote
R.I.P. my Brother you will not be forgotten in our hearts and country history, my deepest condolences to the family – Peace be with you.
Christopher Welch wrote
I had the privilege of seeing him in the “Flight of the Twin Engine Cats” plus the solo position in the Black Diamond team. A singular talent behind the controls and a remarkable human being. The aviation world will never be the same without him.
Kenneth Leland wrote
I don’t follow aviation community much. I knew who Snodgrass was. How did he die? He wasn’t all that old. Cancer, heart attack, or plane crash?
Jim Judge wrote
Had the absolute privilege of seeing him fly the Mustang, the Mig and the F-86. He was always incredibly nice to us airshow geeks and flew the pants off of anything he was in. There will never be another Snort.
Aurelio Stagnaro wrote
May be an image of 3 people and text that says ‘FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS SHIPMATE YOU STAND RELIEVED… WE HAVE THE WATCH’
Korah Petrasko wrote
R.I.P. Gregory W Colyer/Ace Maker Airshows , so very sorry for your loss of a legend the F-14 was one of my first model jets – thank you for sharing this bit with all your fans Greg. Blue skies and safe flights