Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 11 1983, Page 28

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 11, 1983, Tokyo, Japan February 1983 Philippines Pacific stars and stripes family program shows other Side by Debbie Walters air Force Clark a married folks seem to live two distinctly separate one life is the Home life the married which both partners know All the other life is the work when one or both spouses leave the House in the morning or maybe at night they go into their own this world May be completely alien to the especially if one member is military and the other several Clark units members decided to invite their spouses into Squadron Volant spouse project this helps them feel More comfortable in the military Environ ment and helps them understand certain problems and requirements that could which the spouse May have to Deal added the Daylong event began with a get acquainted Welcome and Brief Ings for All Complete with Coffee and Frank 374th tactical Airlift Wing commander and respective Squadron commanders welcomed the after the group when one or both spouses leave the House in the morning or maybe at night they go into their own their secret world the work during Volant spouse held the 21st tactical Airlift 9th aeromedical evacuation 20th aeromedical Airlift Squadron and 374th tactical Airlift Wing c9 aircraft maintenance folks brought their husbands and children to the flight line for a Day in their work this is a recurring military Airlift command program to help familiarize families with their Hus second Glen a c130 Pilot assigned to the 21st tactical fathers and mothers Airlift assists his up the stairs of a c130 aircraft explained John during operation Volant a1c Stanley Smith 21st tactical Airlift families divided up into individual spouses and children toured the approach control facilities and were Given a special air drop Demontra learning about the Container delivery one highlight of the Day came for spouses who took orientation flights in the c130 or c9 Many wives were Riding for the first there were cartoons and movies for the children during the orientation the Day culminated with a picnic for sprinkled with excited talk about the things they had Learned and shared during the Clark a Aero club provides Avenue to License Clark Abusafa have you Ever Felt like you needed to get your feet off the ground the Clark Aero club can membership is open to military department of defense civilians and family the Aero club has been at Clark a since 1950 and has maintained an excellent safety record Over the the club presently has six planes and three full time mechanics on hand to service five instructors Are also on hand to teach and assist the the clubs main objective is to see that you receive your private pilots according to Gerald president and instructor individual Effort is a require ment for wanting to Complete the course for a private a private pilots License takes about nine months to this includes 40 classroom instruction hours and 50 to 60 flying the course teaches Federal aviation administration and Republic of the Philippines the clubs biggest advantage is the Cost involved in receiving a in the United states private Pilot licenses could Cost or but at Clark License can be obtained for or said a Cessna t150 aircraft takes off from Clark a1c Mark Stone Pacific stars and stripes depends largely on Public affairs offices for contributions to this if you have a Story that would be of particular interest to this please let your Pao know about

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