Two Vietnam War fighter pilots who once flew combat against each other will lecture at The Museum of Flight in Seattle on March 19 at 2 p.m. While serving as a U.S. Air Force pilot in Vietnam during 1972, then-Maj. Dan Cherry shot down a North Vietnamese MiG-21, and saw the plane’s pilot, Nguyen Hong My, bail out. He did not learn of Hong My’s fate until they happened to meet 36 years later. The two men became friends. Both will share stories about their war experiences and the events that led to this remarkable friendship. They also will sign copies of Cherry’s book, “My Enemy, My Friend — A Story of Reconciliation from the Vietnam War,” following the lecture.