Popular demand delivers both interview videos #2 and #3. Not to be left behind, #1 taxied into position also!
By popular demand — which absolutely delights me! — today I bring you both Part 2 and Part 3 of my Embry-Riddle July 2019 interview. Part 1 insisted on joining the fun.
Part 1 runs 20:50 and covers the genesis of Veterans Air, some of our crew members, our aircraft, explanation of our intended routes – and even a lobster story.
Part 2 runs 17:02 and describes DC-3 passenger service, shows three DC-4 christenings, talks about marketing and operations, and reveals face-to-face visits with crew members and their current-day families.
Part 3 runs 22:27 and delves into the Non-sked era, introduces more men and women who joined Veterans Air and their today-families, shares the research network that evolved, and reveals Gaye Lyn’s lesson about the value of legacy.
2 thoughts on “Interview Videos 2 and 3 join non-sked history.”
Oh Dear Gaye! What a great interview! Absolutely amazing! I can only imagine how wonderful this project is and how much it means to you, the men and their families. Big medicine. A pleasure and an honor to be able to be honorary ‘second sear’ on your journey and get my airplane fix. Love you, Rose
Rose, dear Friend. Your message touches my heart. Thank you. And forgive my tardy response. I really need to “check my mail” more often!!! Your interest and support throughout my research has been a huge boost! Just today I am holding an official “grand” opening for the website’s new Video Library. It’s not officially announced yet…so you’re the “first” to know!!! 🙂