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R. Grey Hoover

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Author of Kicker, Founder of the ASMSG author support group. U.S. Air Force veteran, wood carver, commercial pilot, love to travel and see the world.

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Promod Sharma Thanks.


Christine Hatfield Thanks for being my friend


message 10: by Terry

Terry Drake Thank you for befriending me!


Elizabeth SaFleur Thanks for the friend acceptance. Happy reading (and writing). Best/ Elizabeth


Dennis Coates RGH, Travis et al.
I have been recommended to Modern Good Reads by Simon O'Kill who has suggested that I join the group.
Can you advise how to join?
Best Regards,
Dennis Coates ASMSG>


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Hello R. Grey,

It's such a pleasure having you for a friend here at Goodreads. I look forward to reading about your work.

Thank you so much and best wishes to you.

My warmest regards,
CJ

Anatomy of a Poet by C.J. Heck
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R. Grey Hoover Dennis wrote: "I flews as aircrew (cabin purser) on DC3's in 1952, one of my earliest jobs. The airline was B.E.A. (British European) and the favourite trick of ex RAF pilots was to taxi with the tail up. I think..."

Wow Dennis. The DC3 was quite a plane wasn't it and some are still flying. This is the first time I heard of taxiing with the tail up. It seems they would have to taxi at quite a high speed to do that. I don't think that could be done today at our crowded airports.


Dennis Coates I flews as aircrew (cabin purser) on DC3's in 1952, one of my earliest jobs. The airline was B.E.A. (British European) and the favourite trick of ex RAF pilots was to taxi with the tail up. I think we carried less than 30 passengers and the limit of operations (from Northolt) London was from Gibraltar to Cairo with Instanbul the furthest destination in the Mid East.
The air crews were a small but very skilful team, very happy to fly DC3's which was known as t Dakota.


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Mary McCoy-Dressel Thanks for the friendship, R. Have a great day.


R. Grey Hoover Thanks Charlotte. I see that you are an author and I would like to invite you to join an author's group I have founded. We support each other through social media. Currently we have 453 members and 1.8 million+ combined Twitter followers. If your interested contact us at bit.ly/VA4P1j


Charlotte Liebel Thank you for your friendship, R. Grey. Enjoyed your Spitfire article. Best to you in 2013.

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Ceri London Many thanks - I will look ASMSG up!


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