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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Another of the great writer-flyers from World War II was a Frenchman by the name of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Unlike the youthful Bert Stiles profiled yesterday, Saint-Exupéry was relatively older—especially for serving as a combat pilot. Saint-Exupéry is the author … Continue reading

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Night Flight

“You want to fly at night?  Well, you just go over to Tampa International or somewhere else to fly at night.  I don’t let my airplanes fly at night.”  Charlie looks at me like I have lost my mind.  “But … Continue reading

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Why I Fly?

Why do I fly?  Sometimes, something like that is hard to explain, especially to those who do not fly.  They say a photograph is worth a thousand words; if that is so, a video is probably worth somewhere upwards of 500,000 paragraphs.  … Continue reading

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