Evolution

Spiritual Life - Aug 6,2018

Tides in the ocean of stars and the infinite rhythm of space;
Cycles on cycles of aeons adrone on an infinite beach;
Pause and recession and flow, and each atom of dust in its place
In the pulse of eternal becoming; no error, no breach
But the calm and the sweep and the swing of the leisurely measureless roll
Of the absolute cause, the unthwarted effect -- and no haste,
And no discord, and nothing…

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The Spiritual Path

Spiritual Life - Aug 5,2018

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
than are dreamt of in your philosophy." Hamlet

"I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now." John 16:12

This page contains what I think will be helpful to other spiritual seekers - people who are pursuing, or who want to begin, a life of discipleship.  All the material I present will concern understanding and living the life of the disciple.  My…

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Pilot Training with the T-6 and B-25

Air Force Days - Jun 23,2017

Air Force Pilot Training
Class of 50F

During the '50s the US Air Force was training a lot of pilots in a one-year program. There were lots of training bases and lots of classes at each base. The Class of 50F was the sixth class to graduate in 1950. For the first six months (called primary training) I was stationed at Perrin AFB, Sherman, Texas, which is about 50 miles north of Dallas, then finished up…

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Flying for the Air Force Navigator School

Air Force Days - May 23,2017

FIRST ASSIGNMENT AS A PILOT
  B-25 and C-47 - Years 1951-52

My first assignment after pilot training was to Ellington AFB, south of Houston, Texas, as a "mission pilot."  I was there for about 18 months beginning in November, 1950.  Then I was sent to instructor pilot training at Craig AFB, Selma, Alabama and from there back to Reese as a flight instructor. Ellington was a navigator training base.  They were using B-25's…

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First Tour of Duty as Flight Instructor

Air Force Days - Apr 29,2017

Reciprocating Engines: T-6, T-28 and B-25
Reese Air Force Base, Lubbock, Texas

After completing Flight Instructor School at Craig AFB, Selma, Alabama in 1952, I was assigned to Reese, which is where I had received a lot of my own training. New instructors would first be assigned to fly with students in the T-6. The students got about 40 or 50 hours more flying time in the…

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