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I’m trying to get the word out about our next reunion. If you are in DFW, I hope you can join in the fun.  There is a new Italian restaurant, Armend’s, on first floor of Stacy’s that is open until 8PM and has excellent food.
The DFW ALL Departments Reunion will be held
Wednesday, September 21st, from 5:00pm-9:00pm
at Stacy’s Furniture Community Room, 3rd floor,
1900 S Main, Grapevine, Texas. There will be water, soft drinks, wine, beer, and light snacks served. The reunion is sponsored by the Lone Star Pioneers. We urge you to join the Pioneers. A form can be printed off the website at http://www.deltapioneersinc.com. Every chapter gets a portion of the dues returned to them. This is how we fund the reunion. You are also invited to join us every 2nd Tuesday of the month at Spring Creek BBQ, 315 State Hwy 114 S. Grapevine at 11:30AM for lunch and fellowship with Delta retirees who are Pioneers.
Please forward to any Delta employee you know and call those with no computer. We hope to have a large turnout.
We look forward to seeing all of you for a fun time.
Judy Bergstrom-President
Mike Hammer-Vice President
Emily Hall-Treasurer
Vicki Ernest-Secretary
Cathy Pate and Donna Leslie-Events
DLPIONEERS
DELTAPIONEERSINC.COM

THEY WILL BE HEADING BACK SOON TO TEXAS.  A SUMMER OF MANY SIGHTS OF THE OLD WEST.   THEY HAVE BEEN ABLE TO TAKE IN A LONG DREAMED VENTURE DOING WHAT ALOT OF PEOPLE WOULD LIKE TO DO BUT CAN’T.
THEY WILL BE IN THE AREA OF MELVIN DECROSS  WHILE THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A PERMANANT PLACE TO SETTLE.
WE ALL AT DELTA WISH THEM A SAFE TRIP BACK TO TEXAS.
VAN–SAYONARA
Norman Vanlaningham

HOW MANY CAN REMEMBER WHEN YOU STARTED WITH DELTA YOU DID NOT SAY THE WORD CUBA???–VAN

Norman Vanlaningham
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Delta will begin daily service to Havana, Cuba, from Atlanta, Miami and New York–JFK on Dec. 1, 2016, following today’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). Delta thanked the DOT for awarding the airline the ability to resume operating nonstop scheduled service to Cuba for the first time in almost 55 years.
Flights will be available for sale beginning Sept. 10, 2016. All routes are subject to Cuban regulatory approval.
“Today, we celebrate our long-awaited and historic return to Cuba, and we reaffirm our thanks to Secretary Foxx and his team as well as the U.S. State Department for granting us the authority to operate this service,” said Nicolas Ferri, V.P. – Latin America and the Caribbean. “This December, we look forward to serving customers with the excellent customer service and operational performance they expect from Delta while reuniting families and supporting a new generation of travelers seeking to engage and explore this unique destination.”
Delta’s Awarded Routes
Delta flights between New York-JFK and Havana will connect the New York City area, home to the second largest Cuban-American population, to Cuba’s political, cultural and economic capital.
Atlanta service will provide more than 150 U.S. cities with one-stop access to Cuba from the world’s largest hub, with more seats, destinations and flights than any other carrier.
Delta’s Miami-Havana flights will serve the largest population of Cuban-Americans in the U.S. Delta is the second-largest carrier at Miami International Airport by number of daily flights.
Delta Vacations, Delta’s official vacation provider, will offer Cuba travel packages later this year for customers who prefer to bundle their Cuba experience.
Americans can travel to Cuba only if their trip falls within one of 12 designated categories outlined here, including family visits, educational activities, religious activities, humanitarian projects, professional research and professional meetings and others.
Delta inherited passenger service to Havana, Cuba, from its merger with Chicago and Southern Air Lines (C&S) on May 1, 1953, offering nonstop flights from New Orleans. Delta suspended service on Dec. 1, 1961.
From 2002-2004 Delta operated charters between New York-JFK and Havana. In October 2011, Delta began operating up to a dozen charter flights to Havana per week with daily service from Miami and weekly service from Atlanta and New York-JFK. It operated almost 500 trips before suspending service on Dec. 29, 2012. Most recently, Delta operated three ad hoc charter flights in 2015, including one that carried the Minnesota Orchestra back to Cuba for its first performance on the island in more than 85 years.
At the start of the black & white videos, watch as a deck hand gets sucked into the intake of an Intruder!
Suggest: full screen.
You can almost smell the exhaust fumes.
This is awesome, with some sad parts as well. The nature of the business they fight every day. Everyone on the roof needs to keep their head on a swivel. OBTW, some of those bombs the ordies are loading by hand without a hoist are 500 pounders.  A video tribute to the young folks who work the Navy’s aircraft carrier flight decks, which when operating – regardless of world events – have been appropriately called “the most dangerous 4 1/2 acres of real estate in the world.” 
Very motivational! These are 18-25 year olds (average age < 21) who function at an extremely high level of responsibility and performance yet without direct supervision. They know their jobs and do them!
You can almost smell the exhaust fumes.
This is awesome, with some sad parts as well. The nature of the business they fight every day. Everyone on the roof needs to keep their head on a swivel. OBTW, some of those bombs the ordies are loading by hand without a hoist are 500 pounders.  A video tribute to the young folks who work the Navy’s aircraft carrier flight decks, which when operating – regardless of world events – have been appropriately called “the most dangerous 4 1/2 acres of real estate in the world.” 
Very motivational! These are 18-25 year olds (average age < 21) who function at an extremely high level of responsibility and performance yet without direct supervision. They know their jobs and do them!

Its time to wake up America !!

 
Is there a parallel here?  Something to think about …………….  $19.5 trillion.  Divide that by 319 million and that is what each and every man, woman and child in this country owes.  How much more can you borrow?

If you don’t already know, Argentina’s history closely resembles what’s going on in America today……if we don’t learn a lesson from this,

the ending will be the same.

Incredible video…a history of Argentina  . . . . 

it looks like where America is headed  … 
and the music is amazing.
  Argentina        
http://1funny.com/the-airline- pilot/

Dean Martin is having a drink at the bar when Foster Brooks comes stumbling in. Foster is apparently an airline pilot… httpvh://youtu.be/8XC3Hc-rAkk What
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