How we got to where we are

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In keeping with Throw Back Thursday, here’s another photo and the story behind it, to illustrate how we got to fly the World’s Only Civilian-owned and flown Harrier. This is just after we completed the deal with Everett Aero to purchase the Sea Harrier, late 2005.  You can see that it was basically complete airplane.  […]

The Sea Harrier returns to Winston-Salem!!

Art Nalls in his L-39 during the 2005 Chesterfield County Airshow. Virginia

The Winston-Salem Airshow, at Smith Reynolds Airport September 19th and 20th, will once again host the Word’s Only Civilian Harrier team! “We’re excited to be invited back,” said Art Nalls.  “We love North Carolina and the great hospitality we always receive there,”  he added. This year, we’re bringing not only the Harrier and the L39, but two […]

Tribble detained for shoplifting!

Past history does not make me guilty!

While accompanying Pat on a routine grocery shopping trip, Tribble thought he’d just help himself to some of the dog toys in the pet isle. This was completely unnoticed by Pat until he was cornered and questioned at checkout time.  Another shopper witnessed the event and followed both of them throughout the store and to the […]

How we got to where we are…

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Throw Back Thursday We never would have been approved to fly the Harrier as a civilian airplane, unless we had flown them in the Marine Corps.  This is a photo aboard the USS Nassau, LHA-4, with VMA-231, around 1982-3.  I don’t know the exact date but this was one of the multiple shipboard deployments I made with […]

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