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With the holidays of Passover and Easter coming up next week, I was very selective to choose a photo for this week that would really lay the groundwork to gain knowledge about something so unknown to many and yet sends out an important message ever so important to the world.

MARCH 22nd, 2013

My question to you all:

Do you know who these people are in this photo?

They sent out an important message to the world.  Literally.

I will be posting more about them the first week of April.  Please stay tuned because it will be a Power Post..

 First person to reply with the correct answer(s) below this post will receive a free e-mail address.  (You will be apart of the flight crew - literally!) along with a free commemorative Boeing 777 keychain.

Enjoy your weekend!



  1. Hans Scholl , Sophie Scholl and Christoph Probst

    1. Siew - and you are our winner! Congratulations!! Please e-mail me at and I will set you up with an e-mail address and arrange for you to receive a key chain. Most of all, thank you for being aware of these people and what their mission was and what our mission was, is, and always, will be!

  2. I didn't comment because my friend @CaptainJCKidder knew... so he was going to post. Powerful story. Great photo. Next week you should write about the people behind the photo.

  3. Karlene, always feel free to comment. A definitely powerful story which will definitely have a place here on April 7th. Always spreading the message of doing what's right!


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