Bob Barney: How I came to believe what I do Part 2

Berlin Rescue Pilot Remembered

Air Force pilot, 98, known as the 'Candy Bomber'  receives a hero's welcome in Germany

A former U.S. Air Force pilot famous for dropping candy to starving children during the Berlin Airlift of 1948 and 1949 has returned to the German capital as a guest of honor 70 years after the end of the crisis (left). Gail Halvorsen, 98, received a hero's welcome as he donned his military uniform, signed autographs, and posed for photos with city residents on Saturday (right). Halvorsen became known as the 'Candy Bomber' after inventing the idea to airdrop small bags of sweets to children in West Berlin, who were going hungry after the Soviet Union blocked railway, road and canal access to the city (inset).