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Finding value on her own time

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Kara McKinney

There are those who are happy staying in their lane, never asking too much of themselves and content with their stationary position. And then there are those who have long bid farewell to an idle, tranquil mind. One of these determined persons – who, on a daily basis, zooms around like a bee in search… Read more »

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Firsthand Account: 2017 Brookshire’s Heroes Flight (Day 1)

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My first trip ever to Washington D.C. was finally happening. I had been waiting months for this opportunity to cover the legendary, iconic and perfectly photogenic metropolis.  Yet, not only was my camera going to get work, but so would my heart. See, this trip was more about the passengers than the destination, and I would… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Sara St. Clair

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Growing up a horse-riding rodeo-roping self-proclaimed “guy’s girl,” Sara St. Clair is the perfect vision of a woman tackling a male-dominated profession like commercial aviation. Only the Atlanta-native doesn’t see herself as a social justice warrior, but, rather, she sees herself as the best human possible for the job. Between high school and college, after… Read more »

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Envoy To Expand Pilot Training Staff to Meet Demand

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Envoy Air is immediately seeking qualified pilots to augment its Flight Training staff, to assist with training the increased number of pilots joining Envoy. “We’re experiencing a significant increase in the number of new hire pilots arriving for training,” said Captain Ric Wilson, Vice President Flight Operations. “It’s a great position to be in, and… Read more »

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