Condo available in Pataya Beach, Thailand. 14th floor, Markland condotel with unobstructed view of the entire beach. On the beach with pool and hotel services. Great restaurants and entertainment. TV, AC, refrigerator, microwave and hot water dispenser. $20/night, $100/week $350/month.
After 13 years with US Airways my son is to be furloughed on Feb 4th. He is a gifted web page designer and operates a small business building web pages. If anyone on the net needs a web page constructed, I ask them to consider my son. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (318) 065-9159 or (318) 393-6301.
Ret. May '96
LEAVING ON A JET PLANE
By William Ippolito
The Captain's airline career is the story of the remarkable period in the 20th century we call "The Jet Age", one filled with adventure, tragedy, humor, good fortune and bad passengers.
"The new non-fiction book written by retired Captain William Ippolito of Dallas - I've just finished it and it's a great read. I predict you won't want to put it down you get so involved with it. You might even find your name mentioned in it."
-Captain Dave Roberts
"I started reading it and couldn't put it down until it was finished."
-Pat Malone, Ground School Instructor
I've purchased a property in Italy (Umbria) which is a self-catering weekly rental. Delta discounts would apply. www.LeVigne.net
Melvin L. Shettle, Jr. first became fascinated with the numerous old military airfields around Pensacola, Florida and Corpus Christi, Texas while attending naval flight training in 1961. After joining Delta Air Lines as a pilot in 1966, the interest continued as he flew over many of the WW II airfields throughout the United States. He was distressed by the lack of available information on the subject and America's neglect of its military heritage. Encouraged by the success of Action Stations, the British publications on history of WW II military airfields in Great Britain, he decided that similar books on the airfields in the U. S. were warranted.
Captain Dick Blizzard is a retired Delta Air Lines captain. He was a Naval Aviator prior to joining Delta in 1961. Dick has been boating with his family in the northwest for 15 years and and has cruised the West Coast of North America from Alaska to Mexico
Joann and Dick have been married for 43 years. She has risen to the rank of "Admiral" aboard Cumberland. She also performs well in the position of "deck hand".
A web address for all Delta retirees and employees to exchange information and photos regarding automobile collections and restoration. Click on the "Info" button to be redirected to the Yahoo Groups site for more information.
" Your Realtor ® for life"
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Looking for a better way to manage your 401(k) investments? Are you frustrated with the high volatility of the stock market? 401k Toolbox can help!
My name is Hilda Schlutz an I am the wife of Gregory F. Schlutz a retired DAL captain. I am a REMAX Realtor and I have many listing in Central America. I work mostly the 2nd home and resort market. I will be adding vacation rentals very soon to my Web site. Please visit my Web site at:
Our nearly new (2000) 3br/3ba (sleeps 4-8), one floor condo in Tahoe-Donner is available for rental this winter.
Master and 2nd bedroom both have queen beds; 3rd br is an office with pullout sofa; family room also has pullout sofa. Fully furnished; very short walk (ski?) or drive around the corner to Tahoe-Donner ski area. Northstar, Squaw and other north shore resorts about 20 minutes away. Historic town of Truckee 10 minutes down the mountain.
Airline discount of 20% off of $225/night regular rate ($75 cleaning fee - 2 night minimum) with airline ID. Do a Google search on "Tahoe Donner rentals" to see how very competitive this rate is. Also take a look at the Tahoe Dnner web site (www.tahoedonner.com) for maps, ski info, amenity info.
Holiday dates are still available. Contact me for pics/questions, etc.
dozen or so other retired Delta pilots. We are Teamsters (Local 284) with more than 1900 members and growing. With over 450 aircraft ranging from the BBJ to the Citation Ultra (http://www.netjets.com/Fleet/Aircraft_Details.asp) we are not a small operation.
I get occasional calls from our group asking about NetJets and "how to".
In fact I was in recurrent in December and a "new hire" walked up and reminded me that we used to fly DC-9s in New Orleans decades ago (time flies when you are having fun doesn't it).
Teri Yunes (wife of retired Delta pilot Barry) is a professional artist in Atlanta, Georgia. She is best known for her style of painting which is a combination of illustrative realism and modern Americana. She works in acrylics or oils. Her Giclee reproductions are for sale in various frameshops and galleries around Atlanta or through her website www.Teristreasure.com She teaches painting for all levels of students as well. Also available for commission work, she can reproduce your favorite photo of an airplane, house, pet, etc. on canvas.
My name is Rand Peck, son of Margret and Red Peck. My dad flew at NEA/DAL and my mother has joined DP3. I have a website, but more importantly a Blogsite . It's airline photography that I take when I'm at work and I've added a fair amount of NEA pictures that I've either taken myself or was given. I've received many emails from NEA pilots who have found it and enjoyed it. Thanks, Rand Peck, NWA 757 captain.
Hired in Feb 03, 69, and retired July 97 off the L10 in ATL.
Started in photography in 1948 mixing chemicals and making contact prints under the tutelage of an older cousin. Started doing professional photography in 1964. Would like to add my site to your Retired Delta Pilot Network site under the Web sites of retired Delta pilots. Any help you can provide in doing so, is deeply appreciated.
I retired 6/1/2004 off the 767-400 in ATL and relocated to Beaufort,SC. I am an associate with Ballenger Realty selling Beaufort, Port Royal and the surrounding islands....Fripp, Lady's, Harbor, Dataw, St. Helena, Cat and Distant. I provide personalized service to a few clients and would love to help out any Delta folks or their families.
Retired Delta Captain Brian Emard and wife Janet have opened up a beautiful B&B style Alaskan Fishing/Vacation Lodge (see below) on the Kenai Penninsula in Alaska called Anchor River Lodge. Located just 15 minutes North of Homer on a bluff overlooking the ocean and famous Anchor River, we offer spectacular scenery, salmon trout and halibut fishing at your doorstep, many nearby outdoor activities/adventures, and beautiful accomodations. Delta discount Please visit our website by clicking here or on the picture below.
The Hangar Models Company was founded on the idea to build competitively priced, museum quality desktop mahogany model airplanes.
All of our models are expertly hand carved from the finest grade of select kiln-dried Philippine mahogany wood and skillfully hand-painted by master craftsmen to produce an exact replica of the original airplane.
Each model airplane comes with a natural stained mahogany stand ready to display on your desk or mantle.
We can also accommodate customization such as logos or squadron patches that you can have carved into the stand of the model and or a brass plaque with your personal inscription.
No decals are ever used on any of our models and our artists pride themselves on delivering each model with superb quality and detail.
Our emphasis on custom aircraft models built to your exact specifications is what makes us the premier solid mahogany models company.
To further replicate the original aircrafts, our models are custom made to your specifications including livery/colors, markings, N numbers, insignias, weapons load and size. Most models are built to a standard size but any particular size can be accommodated.
The Hangar Models Company has been building beautifully handcrafted mahogany wooden model airplane replicas since 1998.
The purpose of this site is to distribute quality aviation related merchandise that recognizes the past and current struggles to achieve one's lifelong dream. Be it a gift to immortalize the years spent perfecting your craft to a simple article used to demonstrate your belief in the agreegious dilapidation that has occurred to our collective careers. Along the way, it is hope that this site will become a place for aviation professionals to meet and share their common experiences in what has been profoundly called, "livin' the dream."
LONG LIVE THE DOG!!!
The Dog Whisperer
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WFS, LLC provides global financial market research to professional and institutional investors. For nearly 30 years its founder and managing principal, Seth C. Warner, provided independent money management services and original research on financial markets from Warner Prince, Inc. through the weekly faxed "Momentummaster System" service.
In 1978 this service began covering all major global currency, equity, fixed income and commodity markets with buy/sell recommendations. Warner FInancial Select's monthly global markets e-publication "Before the New$" is the offspring of that work.
Seth earned his BA degree at Hamilton College. He served as a 1st Lieutenant and Hawk anti-aircraft missile Battery Commander in the United States Marine Corps. He is married to a retired Delta flight attendant.
Before forming WFS, Seth had a wide range of positions and experience in finance. He served as a management trainee and trust representative with Connecticut Bank and Trust Company; account executive with Merrill Lynch; securities analyst, institutional salesman and general partner of the NYSE member firm Conning & Company; international financial markets analyst and founder of Warner Prince, Incorporated; and CTA and CPO with 111 Main Street Management, Ltd.
Driven by entrepreneurial, truth seeking spirit, Seth started one of America's first internationally invested funds (First Ticonderoga Partners) custodied in Zürich Switzerland and in the mid 1990s created and managed a multi-manager hedge fund (The Darwin Fund, Ltd) for one of Connecticut's most successful industrialists. Seth managed the currency and global bond futures positions and allocated funds to several oil and hard commodity asset managers.
Between 1974 and 2006 he was a fellow of the Financial Analysts Federation and a member of its progeny, the CFA Institute.
In 2003 Seth concluded that his interests lay more in original research than money management, and he folded the money management business. In 2004, however, at the request of past institutional clients he started Warner Financial Select to do more original financial market research and best put his abilities to work in the marketplace.