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Two of a Kind

I dedicate this Friday Foto to two pilots who have been tremendous influences in my life.  Both of these pilots have been my flight instructors in every sense of the term.  They both have taught me so much in the world of aviation, and beyond, both inside the flight deck and out and have been such an integral part of my life's decisions.

Most of all, they are not afraid to stand up to injustice and do what is right in the world.  For that, I can never stop looking at all of their accomplishments which give me the motivation to create my own.

And with these words, I present to you this week's:


You both keep up the great work and inspiring many!

Have a great weekend, everyone!


  1. Jeremy, Thank you so much for the beautiful message! You are such an inspiration a person of integrity, commitment, dedication, perseverance, kindness and compassion. The world needs more people like you.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Karlene. I hope you were able to meet a lot of people at Women in Aviation over last week. And most of all, I can't wait to read about them!


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