Monthly Archives: May 2011

The reason I’ve been neglecting this blog

With Tracy Devine’s blessing, it went to one of Bantam’s copy editors last Thursday, nearly nine years after I discovered the CNAC story. There’s still a fair bit of work yet to do: copy editing, proofreading, photo insert, maps, etc., … Continue reading

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Damn, we’ve lost another one

Damn, we’ve lost another one. Cedric Mah was a fine man, an incredibly experienced pilot, and a very lively interview. It’s an honor to have known him. Here’s a link to his obituary, and here’s his page at cnac.org, which … Continue reading

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