Robert Chambers “Running Log” reveals Veterans Air first DC-3 revenue cargo flight

Newspaper clippings and pilot records record first Veterans Air cargo revenue flight 3 December 1945. Iced, dressed turkeys from Louisville to Teterboro NJ.

Mother asked Dad not to go on the Louisville trip. “The baby will be born while you’re gone.” Dad swore “nothing” could prevent him from getting home in time. But Mom was right. This 12-3-45 entry chronicles my Dad’s Louisville departure seven days after I was born.


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A RECOMMENDED READ and irreplaceable for me: "Memories of the Jing Bao & Beyond," Authors Choice Press, 2001. Written by our own JACK Z. STETTNER - Veterans Air Express Co-Founder, Investor, Pilot and Operations Manager. As well as his considerable WWII experiences, Jack's book revealed new details about Veterans Air the spirit and character of this organization that Jack obviously loved!