Month: April 2014

Our two Phantoms came off target in formation. Quickly I pushed my wing man back into combat spread. We weren’t done by a long shot. “Beaver, picture between Shantini and Texaco?” Texaco was the KC-135 inflight refueler orbiting 200 miles …

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Traditional Publishing, Self Publishing, Indie Publishing, Hybrid Publishing: I’ve done them all in the last 15 years. I recently spoke at the St Louis Publishers Association (SLPA) on my experience as an author in the world of publishing. It has …

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Mach 2 at 35,000 feet is numbers on a dial. 750 knots indicated, while attacking a fleet at 100 feet off the water, or better yet raging through Kings canyon at 600; that is speed. Couple it with maneuvering? Pure …

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I will be one of the guest speakers at the St Louis Publishers Association on Wednesday night the 9th of April. If you are in town come on by. leland Read more on airlines, Naval Aviation and air combat exploits …

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Sliding the throttles outboard, I eased them further forward into the afterburner range. I heard the boom as they lit and began to stage, a quick glance at the burner can gauge showed the exhaust nozzles opening all the way, …

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