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May 08, 2008

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ContinuityMan

MW6,
1 - Check out Swift Fuel at http://www.swiftenterprises.com/Swift%20Fuel.html.
A 100LL replacement for US$1.80 per gallon? W00t!

2 - Also 1333 looks like it's going to the Senate. Hello, Border Patrol flights!

3 - NASA has been grousing for years that they need a (not-kidding) "space cadet" training corps. Uh, isn't that what the CAP cadet program is about?

- Larry

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All National Capital Wing operations are managed at the wing level. The wing maintaines the a/c and conducts aircrew meeting for pilots in all the squadrons. It works out great - and the small wing has the most flying hours to a/c in the nation so far this year...

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it works great, national wing operations are managed at wing level
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