Outrageous Airplane Stores: A Son of the Great Mallard

Outrageous Airplane Stores: A Son of the Great Mallard

Usually, when you become convinced that something can be done only one way, somebody comes up and does it a different way. How embarrassed you are, as a result depends on how loudly you have proclaimed your infallibility. In this particular case, mine was the "different way."

I was sitting in a pilot pool at the  Columbus Army Air Force Base at Columbus, Mississippi, wating for reassignment ...

Article courtesy of Quiet Birdmen Beam, September 2011.

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