Letter From the Publisher

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Photo by: Melody Hood

Dear Readers,

Last month my photo editor, Melody Hood, and the author of Cockpit 2 Cockpit, Marc Himelhoch, and I were able to attend the 41st Annual Convention for the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals in Orlando, FL. The sold out convention had over 1,800 aviation professionals and 55 exhibitors attended the convention.

As usual there was plenty of swag for the attendees to choose from. Such things as bags, notepads, sunglasses in every imaginable color, more pens than you can imagine and my personal favorite was the fidget spinner from TMC Jets. I never understood the rave with fidget spinners, but once I picked it up I couldn’t stop playing with it. I may have driven Melody a little bit crazy with it.

OBAP is one of my favorite aviation conventions. I enjoy the people, talking with the various airlines and pilots, and I always learn something new. I highly recommend attending if you ever get the chance to.

Be sure to read Mark’s excellent write up of the convention and hopefully we’ll see you there next year!

Be Safe,

Craig D. Pieper

Publsiher, Aero Crew News

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Craig Pieper

Craig Pieper is the Editor in Chief and Founder of Aero Crew News. Craig is responsible for the content, layout design, website design and organization of the material and people producing the material for the magazine. He obtained his Bachelors of Science in Aeronautical Science along with a minor in Aviation Weather from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2001. Craig is also a Captain for a regional airline with a type rating in the Embraer 145 and has logged over 6,000 hours of flying time since his introductory flight on November 14th, 1992. Please feel free to reach out to Craig and maybe your email will make it in the next issue under the “Letter To The Editor” section of Aero Crew News.

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