If a groundhog prognosticates the duration of winter weather, what animal would fortell the duration of the pandemic? Someone’s clever son suggested a panda named Mic. Corny or cute, we all anticipate the end to this shared human experience. Meanwhile, we press on publishing Aero Crew News. For February, we have a guest columnist for SQUALL LINE. Meet Justin Abrams as he informs on the topic of the various types of fog. This month’s FEATURE piece introduces us to Epic Flight Academy, its history and operations in Central Florida. Always thought provoking, PERSPECTIVES by Kristopher Olson inspires us to look within ourselves and upon others to identify the traits we wish to exemplify. Combining that insight with what you’ll garner from Reini Thijssen’s FITNESS column, that examines what influences a successful relationship, you can be a better you come March. In this month’s MONEY, Charlie Mattingly teaches us to trust our “instruments” as we do when we fly. He explains what instruments you have and need to successfully navigate your financial world. Finally, MORTGAGE starts a series with a comprehensive explanation of conventional mortgages. Like fog, there is a variety of types of mortgages and Eric Hoolihan is devoting this and future columns to elucidate. We invite your ideas, input and reactions to this an all our issues. Send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t do this without you.
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