Thank you JC!

mtrep09

Well-Known Member
I’ve been a member since 2006. It’s hard to believe, but when I joined I was just a sophomore in high school. Some of my early posts make be cringe a little, but that’s ok. Since then I have completed college, commissioned from AFROTC as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer, served five years on Active Duty and am now in the Guard. I posted about my first solo in 2009 and @Derg responded and I thought that was the coolest thing ever! Anyway, I just want to say that I passed my CSEL checkride last week and I want to thank JC for being there for the whole journey. I’ve been a lurker for most of it but the advice and knowledge I’ve gained from this forum has been invaluable, and I’m sure it will continue to be as I continue this career. So thank you Doug, and thank you to all the members that contribute to JC for being such a wealth of information. It really does help a lot of people, even if we don’t post much!
 

Stone Cold

Well-Known Member
Stop lurking and join the conversations. You have knowledge and experience people are looking for here. It's even cooler to have drinks with a bunch of members here, and it happens more than you think. ;)

Awesome to hear about your progression!
 
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Screaming_Emu

Dogsheep
Stop lurking and join the conversations. You have knowledge and experience people are looking for here. It's even cooler to have drinks with a bunch of members here, and it happens more than you think. ;) Awesome to hear about your progression!
This.

I'm glad to read of your success, but this place is so much more beneficial if you jump in and participate!
 

Screaming_Emu

Dogsheep
That was before I rejoined the freight dawg world, but very true.

The first time I met Derg was on his plane going to Paris for a rotation years ago. It's a very small world. Might as well know who's in it. :biggrin:
The first people in my family to meet @Derg were my parents when he flew them to Amsterdam. He came back before the flight and showed them how to work the entertainment system. They felt like rock stars.
 
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