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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “Turning Professional” (February) Just a quick thanks for sharing your career path story in the latest T &T. I’m happy for you that you’ve ended up engaged in a career you enjoy and beyond that share your experiences with us monthly in Twin & Turbine. I’ve wanted to write before Read More

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In Response to David Miller’s “Irrational Behavior” (December) I just read your piece in the December edition of Twin & Turbine. I learned to fly at age 11 in 1969 and have owned two Bonanzas and four new Barons over the course of my flying career. We took our two teenage sons all over the Read More

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In Response to David Miller’s “Judgment or Experience” (November) I enjoy your column. You and Dingman are always my first reads, and if I don’t get to the rest of the magazine, that’s usually okay, although Ware was extraordinary this month. However, you passed on the perfect opportunity to use the old anecdote: Neophyte to Read More

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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “The Problem with Juneau” (August) Your article brought back 52 years of memories of flying into Juneau. I started in a Connie in 1967, then a B-720, and finally many years in a B-727. Back then there was no DME on the LDA approach, only the crossing radials of SSR Read More

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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “Check Ride” (June) The first place I go in Twin & Turbine is to Kevin Ware’s stories. It is uncanny how the life of pilots can parallel each other. There are many common threads. What brings me to comment this time is not the check ride (as a Part 135 Read More