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Re: About Pan Am
Posted by John F. Clarke on 5/27/2012, 1:07 pm, in reply to "Re: About Pan Am"
Too bad I thought you were the guy. He was a great guy and we as mechanics learned a lot about the electronics from him. I served at Pan Am for 32 years and was there when it shut down. My last job was in comms. building 208 JFK. I keft Pan Am August 17th 1992. I saw the last Clipper Juan T. Trippe leave JFK on May 12th 1992 and I signed my name over the top right of the the door with many others. Sad day to see for sure. |
: Cheryl---I'll have to pass cuz I'm seven
: million miles from L.A.-----KB
: John---Guess there was another KB---I hired
: in in '66 and they had their hands full
: trying to teach me navigation---Something
: about "Going to Europe--Put the big
: "E" in the window"--Did you
: ever run into a guy in 67, Paul Jackalone?
: Nice guy who helped me get on freighters
: when I needed a Cockpit Pass to
: L.A./HNL---Have a good one--KB
: --Previous Message--
: Is this the same Ken Baker that taught
: mechanics at HGR 14 in th 60's. I was in one
: of those classes we held on thursday when we
: had a double shift. later in Cargo bldg 67.
: John F. Clarke
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