"I'll clear your 6 anytime"
Personal:I'm 41, married without children and presently work for the Eastman Kodak Co. as a blue collar grunt (punch press setup man).
I'm a rabid pre-WWII - WWII aviation nut and WWII history buff. My main interest runs from before America entered the War in Europe and the first year or so of the war with Japan. Guess I like the underdog. I'm lucky to live near two excellent WWII Aviati on Museums. The Canadian Warplane Heritage in Hamilton, Ontario, and the National Warplane Museum in Genesso, New York, I've been a member of the NWM since 1986.
If my wife isn't sick to death of airplanes when August rolls around, we try to make the pilgrammage to Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the EEA Airshow.
I've been a computer geek since my Atari 400, now running a DX2-66 with CH-Pro Stick and pedals. I'm also a student pilot with 40+ hours in Cessena 150s and 152s.
AW:Came on board CRIS in early November 1994. Was on Delphi for 1 week and knew I was in trouble after using up my 20/20 plan in the first three days. On my first flight as a Bz, I promptly shot down the first RED guy I ran into. After a fast change to Aland and some manual reading I was off. Flew HT for the first few months and took top fighter during my fourth camp. As some of you may have noticed, I fly A LOT. Drove the wife nuts at first, but second phone line calmed the waters. I'm kind of handy with a Ki84, and learning the Dweebfire. Can fly bombers and C-47, landing is optional.