Monthly Archives: October 2009

WWII Pilot doesn’t find his wings; instead he found a more important mission

WWII Bomber Pilot, First Lieutenant Bernard Harding, returned to Germany to find his pilot wings.

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Vietnam: far and near

I was standing at the counter for gate 11 in the Atlanta airport when a tall, strapping man in his late fifties approached me. Out of the corner of my eye I could see he was holding a large bible.

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An interesting review of my novel: PROJECT SEVEN ALPHA; AMERICAN AIRLINES IN BURMA 1942

I ran across an interesting review of my novel last night.  I say interesting because it was quite obvious the reviewer was not happy having been assigned my book and in spite of this, it is apparent he liked it.

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2012: a fantastic movie trailer! Real end of the world stuff!

Its Friday–let’s have some fun! The new movie trailer for 2012 is action packed! Check it out. Having done Aviation/Military Tech advising on five major motion pictures (Pearl Harbor, Behind Enemy Lines, xXx, Day After Tomorrow and Stealth) and some

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Captain “Sully” Sullenberger is in the air

As of this posting, Captain Sully and his First Officer, Jeff Skiles, are in the air on the same flight as the one that ended up in the Hudson River.

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