Club History

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Without my airplane I am an ordinary man, and a useless one - a trainer without a horse, a sculptor without marble, a priest without a god. Without an airplane Iam a lonely consumer of hamburgers...

What can you conceive more silly and extravagant than to suppose a man racking his brains, and studying night and day how to fly?

Are you ever afraid when you fly? That's a good question. Yeah. I'm always a little afraid when I fly. That's what makes me so damn good. I've seen pilots who weren't afraid of anything, who would forget about checking their instruments, who flew by instinct as though they were immortal. I've pissed on the graves of those poor bastards too. The pilot who isn't a little bit afraid always screws up and when you screw up bad in a jet, you get a corporal playing taps at the expense of the government.

Truly superior pilots are those who use their superior judgment to avoid those situations where they might have to use their superior skills.

Bishop Wilkins prophesied that the time would come when gentlemen, when they were to go on a journey, would call for their wings as regularly as they call for their boots.