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John Skinner

John Skinner

John Skinner

John Skinner

Sacramento band leader John Skinner died on August 18. The musician and pilot contributes a legacy of excellence in both careers. Raised in Orland CA, John's trumpet studies were...
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Robert (Bob) Tilton

Robert (Bob) Tilton

Robert (Bob) Tilton

Robert (Bob) Tilton

  Robert “Bob” Tilton, 75, passed away August 30, 2017. Bob served his country in the U.S. Air Force and was a highly decorated pilot during the Vietnam War. He retired from FedEx...
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FEDEX

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FEDEX

FedEx chief Frederick W. Smith’s annual letter to shareholders credits three I’s-- investments, integration and innovation --for exceptional results in fiscal 2017 and the promise...
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Michael Hanshaw

Michael Hanshaw

Michael Hanshaw

Michael Hanshaw

Twenty years went by very quickly. As I approach retirement, I am ready to proceed with the next phase of my life. It has been a great ride. During my twenty plus years in the Air Force, I flew...
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Dan L. Delane

Dan L. Delane

Dan L. Delane

Dan L. Delane

"Time flies when you are having fun." - so the saying goes. Time has flown by since January 1990 when I was hired. To all my colleagues here, I thank you for the camaraderie and professionalism....
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Gary Wilsey

Gary Wilsey

Gary Wilsey

Gary Wilsey

Gary passed away this past Monday, July 31, 2017 after a fairly long illness.  Gary was a long time Continental pilot, Captain, and LAX Flight Manager.  Gary was also very active in the...
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William Richard Evans

William Richard Evans

William Richard Evans

William Richard Evans

William "Richard" Evans, 71, of Memphis, TN was called home Friday, July 28, 2017 following a ten year battle with cancer. He was born January 21, 1946 in Chattanooga, TN the son of Ralph and Julia...
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Mark Danielson

Mark Danielson

Mark Danielson

Mark Danielson

B767 Captain Mark Danielson #231874 (Seniority #1092) will retire from FedEx Express on August 25, 2017 and his last flight is FDX 851/11Aug17  PHL-MEM 0926 CT.  Mark would...
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Randy Beyers

Randy Beyers

Randy Beyers

Randy Beyers






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James Allen Henderson

James Allen Henderson

James Allen Henderson

James Allen Henderson

Mr. James Allen Henderson, age 70, of Shelbyville, passed away Tuesday, July 11, 2017. A Memorial Service will be 6 PM Friday, July 14, 2017, at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel. The family will receive...
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Retirements

Retirements

Retirements

Retirements

MD11 Captain John Gabriele #219499 (Seniority #897), will be retiring from FedEx Express on July 15, 2017. His final flight will be FDX 137 EWR-MEM scheduled to arrive at 00:31 LBT...
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Jerry Wolfe

Jerry Wolfe

Jerry Wolfe

Jerry Wolfe

I never knew Jerry and his crew got the DFC while flying the C-130 in Vietnam.  Jerry later got hired at FedEx and became Chief Pilot.  He retired as a Boeing 777 Captain and now...
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Christopher Owens

Christopher Owens

Christopher Owens

Christopher Owens

Christopher Owens, son of Rick Owens, was killed in an automobile related accident on Hernando Desoto bridge in West Memphis, Arkansas.  Our condolences to Rick and Lana for the loss of their...
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Pre-Need Preparations

Burial in a VA national cemetery is open to all members of the armed forces and Veterans who have met minimum active duty service requirements, as applicable by law and were discharged under...
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Robert Dufresne

Robert Dufresne

Robert Dufresne

Robert Dufresne


CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR ROBERT L. DUFRESNE PORT ORCHARD YACHT CLUB JUNE 11, 2017 4:00PM
“May you always fly.”
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Phil Irish

Phil Irish

Phil Irish

Phil Irish



Phillip Irish will be memorialized on May 26, 2017, at 1:00 PM at the Church of Holy Apostles located in Collierville, Tn at 1380 Wolf River Boulevard.
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Captain Craig MacArthur

Captain Craig MacArthur

Captain Craig MacArthur

Captain Craig MacArthur

It is sad that Captain Craig MacArthur lost his battle with ALS on May 9th, 2017. Previous to FedEx Craig had flown for Air Illinois, Florida Express, and Braniff. He was hired...
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Sue Mason

Sue Mason

Sue Mason

Sue Mason

When we look at a photograph like this these days we say, "Yeah, that's nice. Another woman pilot." But this photo wasn't taken in these days. It was taken in the late seventies and the woman is Sue...
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Internet Exchange Privilege

Beginning this Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2017, myNavyExchange.com is proud to expand our online shopping privileges to all honorably discharged veterans of the U.S. Military. This highly...
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Fred Yates

Fred Yates

Fred Yates

Fred Yates

Captain Fred Yates will be retiring on Tuesday, April 18th.  His last Flight will be  FX#499, MCO-MEM arriving 10:13 local. Please join us in AOC to offer him...

Dave Herlong

Retirements

  • 25 November 2016
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Dave Herlong

B767 Captain Dave Herlong #256729 (seniority #1504), will be retiring from FedEx Express on December 31, 2016. His final flight will be FDX 0258 BQN-MEM, scheduled to arrive at 12:38 LBT December 28, 2016.

Dave would like to share the following:

"Finally, it’s my turn.  My turn to participate in the pilot’s propensity to propound a propitious preponderance of pompous persiflage promising proponents and participants of paronomasial perambling a plethora of penultimate philosophy while promulgating a paucity of profoundly pertinent prose.
 
I didn’t plan on writing this.   But one thing tipped the balance in my internal debate: Gratitude.
 
Gratitude to all the captains and FO’s who saved my bacon when it was their leg and gratitude to the same as they blistered their fingers working their prayer beads when the leg was mine.  Gratitude to the Flex’s and LCA’s as they held their noses during my training sessions and line checks.
 
Gratitude for being an LCA and not only having a chance at protecting my pension by preparing those who follow me but also by being humbled in line checks by observing the tremendous skill and professionalism of our flight crews.
 
And – perhaps surprisingly – gratitude for the hub-turns.  Oh, I won’t miss hub-turns per se, but I will miss the opportunity hub-turns gave me to renew and refresh old friendships from “previous lives” and form new ones to enrich this one. 
 
While I’m “setting the brakes” on this part of my life, I do not want to leave behind the greater value I’ve gained from it.    Please stay in touch!
 

Carl Gustke

Retirement

  • 7 November 2016
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Carl Gustke

B757 Captain Carl Gustke #289367 (seniority #1667), will be retiring from FedEx Express on November 19, 2016. His final flight will be FDX 1270 LFT-MEM, scheduled to arrive at 00:37 LBT November 17, 2016.

Carl would like to share the following:

"In 1965, The Byrds rock band released a song called Turn! Turn! Turn!  I was amazed to find out that the lyrics from the song came from the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8.  For those of you too young to remember that song or haven’t read through Ecclesiastes in a while, the first verse says “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven”. I now find myself at one of those distinctive points in life where my path changes direction. I am comforted by the assurance that The God of Heaven and earth has directed my path throughout my life and will continue to do so as I transition from a commercial pilot to a full time husband, father, and grandfather.  Some of those major Turn! Turn! Turn! moments in my life were dating Debbie as a freshman in college and marrying her 18 months later; beginning USAF pilot training in 1974; Fatherhood in 1974, ’76, ’79 and ’82; USAF retirement in 1996; Hired by FedEx in 1997; Thirteen (yes, 13) grandchildren beginning in 2002 and now retirement from FedEx. Next year I will become a Constable for my township in Arkansas, and hope to become a Reserve Deputy Sheriff for my county. Your prayers are always welcome!
 
It has been a dream come true to have two careers flying with fantastic professional aviators.  Every flight has been a learning opportunity, whether sitting in the right or left seat. Hopefully, I have been able to pass along some “wisdom” and helpful philosophies to those who come behind me.  Thank you to all those who have saved my bacon and kept us safe while flying together.  Teamwork is a beautiful thing! I will miss you all.
 
My parting prayer for each of you is from Numbers 6:24-26:
“The Lord bless you and keep you: the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.”
 
God Bless, and fly safe!"

Harris (Will) Wilhoitte

Deceased

  • 7 November 2016
  • Author: Bill Privette
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Harris (Will) Wilhoitte
Major Harris B. "Wil" Wilhoite, retired USAF and FedEx pilot, entered into heaven and was reunited with the love of his life, Mary Patricia "Patti" Wilhoite on November 12, 2016. Wil's aviation career spans 61 years. After enlisting in the Army Air Corps in 1940, he entered Aviation Cadet Preflight School in 1943, and   served through World War II.  "Wil"
 transitioned to the newly formed US Air Force in 1947, and flew in
 the Korean
 Conflict. Following a successful 25-year military career as an enlistee and officer, he retired in 1965. 

”Wil” was hired as a Lear Jet Pilot for Executive Jet Aviation in Columbus, OH, by Brigadier General Paul Tibbets of Enola Gay fame. Wilhoite then landed a job with Federal Express in 1972 where he remained 24 years, until his retirement at age 80. 

"Wil" accumulated more than 25,000 hours of flight time in 25 different aircraft. Military flight training introduced him to the Curtiss PT-14, PT-17, BT-13 and AT-6 before he graduated to the P-40 and P-47 during World War II. In 1947 he transitioned to the P-51 and B-25. After 101 combat missions in the F-80 during the Korean War, Wilhoite transitioned again as an instructor on the B-25, T-28, Navion, T-33 and F-86. He was a Flight Test Instructor on the C-47, C-45 and C-54.

Wil's civilian career included being an Instructor and test pilot on the Lear Jet 23/14 and the DA-20 Falcon. His FedEx career included the Falcon,  B-727, and the DC-10. 

Harris Wilhoite has been honored for his duties on multiple occasions.  From the Navy, he received Wings of Gold and is a lifetime member of the Tailhook Society. FedEx awarded him the Bravo Zulu award seven times for exemplary crew performance. The FAA presented him with the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award and he’s recognized on the National Aviation and Space Exploration Wall of Honor.  He is in the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame.  He is a member of The Ancient Order of Quiet Birdmen and the Military Order of Daedalians. Wil always described himself as a sharecropper's son who had the good luck to be able to fly and through flying he saw the wo
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William (Bill) Gillin

A300 Captain William (Bill) Gillin #231875 (seniority #1234), will be retiring from FedEx Express on November 2, 2016. His final flight will be FDX 0428 PHX-MEM on the morning of November 1, 2015, scheduled to arrive at 1130LBT.

Bill would like to share the following:

"When I had the privilege of meeting Capt. Elrey Jeppesen about 25 years ago, he smiled and shook my hand. I suppose he also shook Orville Wright’s hand when Orville signed Jepp’s first pilot license. Back when Jepp flew his open-cockpit Curtiss Jenny, I doubt he could have imagined the kind of flying we routinely do. Reflecting back on that meeting with Capt. Jepp makes me aware of just how recently in human history we have had the wonderful opportunity to fly big jets around the world.
 
I’m grateful to have had a career flying for FedEx, and I’m honored to have worked with so many professionals. I’m thankful for all who have made this possible: Rich Fazio for his recommendation, all the captains who set a good example, the first officers who kept us out of trouble, and our excellent instructors who made training less painful while imparting valuable lessons. Thanks also to the folks behind the scenes who keep things running!
 
My wife Kathy and I are looking forward to retirement in Bozeman, Montana, with lots of fishing, hunting, hiking, skiing, and spending time at the family ranch. If any of you find yourself in the area, give me a holler and we’ll make time for a brew of your choice (java or micro-) and maybe sightseeing as well.
 
Godspeed and keep up the good work.
Bill Gillin

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Dave Herlong

B767 Captain Dave Herlong #256729 (seniority #1504), will be retiring from FedEx Express on December 31, 2016. His final flight will be FDX 0258 BQN-MEM, scheduled to arrive at 12:38 LBT December 28, 2016.

Dave would like to share the following:

"Finally, it’s my turn.  My turn to participate in the pilot’s propensity to propound a propitious preponderance of pompous persiflage promising proponents and participants of paronomasial perambling a plethora of penultimate philosophy while promulgating a paucity of profoundly pertinent prose.
 
I didn’t plan on writing this.   But one thing tipped the balance in my internal debate: Gratitude.
 
Gratitude to all the captains and FO’s who saved my bacon when it was their leg and gratitude to the same as they blistered their fingers working their prayer beads when the leg was mine.  Gratitude to the Flex’s and LCA’s as they held their noses during my training sessions and line checks.
 
Gratitude for being an LCA and not only having a chance at protecting my pension by preparing those who follow me but also by being humbled in line checks by observing the tremendous skill and professionalism of our flight crews.
 
And – perhaps surprisingly – gratitude for the hub-turns.  Oh, I won’t miss hub-turns per se, but I will miss the opportunity hub-turns gave me to renew and refresh old friendships from “previous lives” and form new ones to enrich this one. 
 
While I’m “setting the brakes” on this part of my life, I do not want to leave behind the greater value I’ve gained from it.    Please stay in touch!
 

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Robert "Bob" Hesterman

Robert C. "Bob" Hestermann, 84, passed away quietly on December 1, 2016. 

Bob was born in Portage, Indiana. During high school, he was a northern Indiana Lutheran League Basketball star, and as a 6'6" center wielded an array of hook shots and set shots in leading his teams to championships. He attended Valparaiso University, and subsequently enlisted as an officer in the United States Air Force, rising to the rank of Major and serving a distinguished 20-year Strategic Air Command career. Bob was a radar navigator, flying B-52s from bases including Minot AFB and Blytheville AFB. His service also included a year in Air Force intelligence during the Viet Nam War from a base in U-Tapao, Thailand.

After retiring from the Air Force in 1972, Bob and his family settled in Memphis. Bob had a long career with FedEx in senior air navigation positions, re-purposing his aeronautical skills in true swords-to-ploughshares fashion. He retired from FedEx in 1998.

Bob was a life-long member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. He especially enjoyed the singing of "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" on Reformation Day, and "Silent Night" in German on Christmas Eve.

He had an enormous zest and appetite for life. Bob was a Bar-B-Q judge and chef par excellence, a square dancer, a fisherman, a golfer, and an avid traveler who particularly enjoyed trips with his wife to Amsterdam. Bob was an excellent fast-pitch softball player, a double threat with a devastating knuckleball as a pitcher, and with home run power at the plate. He was also an ice skater of certain distinction, at least to his immediate family.

Bob was a devoted husband, father, and family man. For example, he saved his Cub Scout son from much embarrassment by constructing very fast, handsome Pinewood Derby cars while the son slept and, miraculously, remembered enough trigonometry to help his son complete impossible homework assignments. Around the house, he had a large tool box, and knew how to use it. He built pools, fountains, streams, gazebos, and decks. No project was too large or complex.

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Joe Fagone

MD-11 Captain Joe Fagone #96770 (seniority #250), will be retiring from FedEx Express on December 31, 2016

. His final flight was on FDX 656 PHX-MEM, November 23, 2016.  Captain Fagone has a combined 29 years with Flying Tigers and FedEx and with over 9,500 accident free flight hours. He would like to share the following:

Three quick things on my way out:
1. When do you know when it’s time to retire? Simple, at least for me…it stopped being fun.
I’d rather do this than anything else I can think of but that feeling has been fading over the past year. So, it is time for me to go before I start yelling the aviation equivalent of “Get off my lawn!”
2. Volunteer with the union. It’s really easy to complain about the union not meeting your exact circumstance from the sidelines but there is a solution. Get involved. ALPA has all kinds of committees over there for you to work on, no matter what your interest. They can use the help and you’ll feel much better for doing it.
3. Try not to be a “10% rule” guy.  On one of my last trips an F/O asked me, “Do you BS w/ everyone?”  Yes I do. I ask the limo driver where he’s from and chat him up with my severely limited knowledge of his homeland. I ask the hotel check-in person where she went to school, etc. We meet people from all over the world and I try really hard to be the antidote to any “Those FedEx guys are hard to deal with” knocks. 
I don’t kick when the rooms aren’t ready.
I understand that the traffic in Taipei may make the driver 3 minutes late. 
I get that Mao didn’t want us to to have Facebook or Twitter when I’m in CAN.  
Some hotel staffers in DXB and BLR cried when I told them this was my last trip. Believe it or not, a restaurant in CDG comped my last meal when they knew. 
It’s easy to be a good guy, it’s just a little easier to be a 10%er…don’t be. Your fellow pilots will appreciate it.
Please, be safe and get to your own retirements in one piece.
Joe Fagone

 

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John Skinner

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  • 12 September 2017
  • Author: Bill Privette
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John Skinner
Sacramento band leader John Skinner died on August 18.
The musician and pilot contributes a legacy of excellence in both careers. Raised in Orland CA, John's trumpet studies were fostered by mom, Alberta (Pat) Skinner. The virtuoso excelled at USU, Logan and, after graduation, volunteered for Vietnam service in the USAF. After the war, the pilot began a long career flying for Flying Tigers (later, Federal Express). Simultaneously, he established the John Skinner Band. Skinner ensembles played fine music for thousands of California celebrations over several decades. The leader was also active in community. His efforts have supported Cazadero Music Camp (Sonoma County) for many years. His is survived by his wife Susan and daughter Kathryn Skinner.
The music never ends. Skinner's musicians will offer a celebration of his life on September 17, at the La Sierra Community Center, 5325 Engel Rd, Carmichael. Anyone may attend. Downbeat is 2 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations to the Cazadero Music Camp: PO Box 7908 Berkeley, CA 94707.

Robert (Bob) Tilton

Deceased

  • 30 August 2017
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Robert (Bob) Tilton

 

Robert “Bob” Tilton, 75, passed away August 30, 2017. Bob served his country in the U.S. Air Force and was a highly decorated pilot during the Vietnam War. He retired from FedEx after flying for 30 years. He was preceded in death by his grandson, Joseph Poston. Bob is survived by his wife of 50 years, Connie Tilton; daughters, Tracy Poston (Hal), Amy Robertson (Dave), Heather Kerr (Brandon) and Paige Rogers (Jon); and grandchildren, Ben, Caleb, and Tabitha Poston, Jacob and Eva Kerr, and Peaches Robertson. Bob was a loving husband, father, grandfather, patriot, and a die hard Tiger fan who will be greatly missed. 

FEDEX

2017

  • 16 August 2017
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FEDEX

FedEx chief Frederick W. Smith’s annual letter to shareholders credits three I’s-- investments, integration and innovation --for exceptional results in fiscal 2017 and the promise of even better future performance.

“FedEx has never been better positioned for significant long-term growth that delivers increased value to shareowners and a more promising future for our team members,” the chairman and chief executive officer said in a letter accompanying the annual report Tuesday.

FedEx achieved $60 billion in revenue for the first time, boosted by European acquisition TNT Express, and produced a record $5 billion operating profit, during the fiscal year ending May 31. FedEx employs about 30,000 in the Memphis area.

Investments include $1.8 billion in more efficient aircraft and related equipment and FedEx Ground’s addition of major distribution hubs, fully automated stations and other facilities to handle seasonal fluctuations, particularly in e-commerce.

Integration refers to the assimilation of acquired companies such as TNT Express, a key driver in an announced goal of increasing FedEx Express operating income by $1.5 billion a year within three years.

Innovation includes initiatives such as FedEx OnSite, an expanding network of pickup and dropoff locations, such as 8,000 Walgreens stores, that help control residential delivery costs while making services easier for consumers to access.

“While our residential e-commerce revenues are much smaller than our business-to-business revenues, it’s the fastest-growing market and requires constant innovation to make delivery to consumers more efficient,” Smith wrote.

His letter includes a hat tip to longtime lieutenant Mike Glenn and a nod to Dave Bronczek, who took over from Smith this year as president and chief operating officer.

Michael Hanshaw

Retirement

  • 16 August 2017
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Michael Hanshaw

Twenty years went by very quickly. As I approach retirement, I am ready to proceed with the next phase of my life. It has been a great ride. During my twenty plus years in the Air Force, I flew some awesome jets and worked with many outstanding airmen who were dedicated and committed to serve our great country. The second half of my career, here at FEDEX, has been equally rewarding. Every day and every night, you deliver on the purple promise whether it’s clear and a million or a CAT III landing in a snow storm. I am proud to be one of you.

I thank Mr. Smith for having the vision and tenacity to make this company a great place to work. My thanks to Capt. Steve Harris and Capt. Fred Patterson for their hiring recommendations. Thanks to all the folks that make this operation work so great, from those on the line to those in the offices.

Finally, I want to thank my wife Pat and my family for allowing me to pursue my aviation career. You never complained about the moves or special occasions that were missed. Coming home to you has always been the best part of every day. I thank God for you and the life he has given us.

Pat and I will retire in Hope Hull, Alabama, just south of Montgomery. If you are passing through and need a hand or a cold beverage, give us a call at 334-284-3054, or send an email to beauhan@aol.com.


Fly Safe,
Michael A. Hanshaw

Dan L. Delane

Retirement

  • 16 August 2017
  • Author: Bill Privette
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Dan L. Delane

"Time flies when you are having fun." - so the saying goes. Time has flown by since January 1990 when I was hired. To all my colleagues here, I thank you for the camaraderie and professionalism. It has been a pleasure to work in an environment where I truly looked forward to coming to work with such an august group of people.  Well, perhaps not at 1 A.M., but once strapped in the jet, the clock did not seem to matter as much as when putting on the uniform, just out of bed.

Be well and tailwinds, all!
 
Sincerely,

Captain Dan L. Delane

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