Ginny Colister -Welcome aboard!
Hi, just discovered this site. I
graduated from flight attendant school April 1969.
I wonder how my old roommates are:
Mary Anne Pryor and Bunny McKenna?
MISS ONA FEBRUARY
Holder of the ONA Super Wings Gold Elf Award
for magnificent contributions to the ONA Crew Web.
The Douglas Cushion
by Dave Case
reading at the ONA Crew Web!
OF AVIATION DOCUMENTATION - ONA THRU THE YEARS
LEE WATERS - SIGRID MONKEMEYER
Duane Delk -
Rest In Peace
Duane Delk also
flew at times in our 41st Squadron as a guest C-141 Flight Engineer.
He was assigned to
one of the reserve units there at Charleston, SC. Many of our 41st
Association members knew him and his son, Dennis. Dennis was a
assigned to the 41st for some years in the 70s. Dennis is a member of
Association (of which I am president). I have also notified our many members
death. Some have responded. Several live in and near Summerville and
may well attend
the funeral service. Summerville is where Sigrid and I lived for 23
BRIAN VAN HANDEL
at email email@example.com
out Brian´s cool airline collection memorabilia, he has been collecting
Here is a photo from his basement and shows some of his airline
Regards from Brian
TOM SINGFIELD HORSHAM
UK - I am an aviation author in the UK. I found
your ONA crew website after looking for references to US Navy VP-45 Squadron. I
am writing a book on the 100 year history of aviation in Bermuda and would like to contact
aircrew that were based there with the Navy. One of your members is ALVIN QUACK.
He sent some great pictures of flying boats in Bermuda and I would
like to contact him so I can get some copies for possible use in my book. Could
you contact him and ask him to contact me please? By the
way, I probably controlled a few ONA aircraft when I was an Air Traffic Controller at Gatwick many years ago! I certainly have some pictures
of ONA aircraft at Gatwick. Many thanks, Tom Singfield, Aviation Author, Horsham, UK
Bob Templeton, San Simeon, California
The funniest thing I have read all
Sy Weiner in memoriam
Whawhawhawhawhat? Travel United and get your guitar smashed!
Publish your complaint on Youtube and hit it bigtime! This is
really, really good. If you've ever had problems with your luggage, you
will love this. Don't get mad, make a creative video and
send to YouTube. Guess it works. Made me agree to think twice
about my choices. A musician
named Dave Carroll recently had difficulty with United
Airlines. United apparently damaged his treasured Taylor
guitar ($3500) during a flight. Dave spent over 9 months trying to
get United to pay for damages caused by baggage handlers to
his custom Taylor guitar. During his final exchange with the
United Customer Relations Manager, he stated that he was left with no
choice other than to create a music video for YouTube exposing their lack
of cooperation. The Manager responded : "Good luck with that
one, pal." So he posted a retaliatory video on YouTube. The video
has since received over 5.5 million hits. United Airlines contacted
the musician and attempted settlement in exchange for pulling the
video. Naturally his response was: "Good luck with that one, pal."
Guitars sent the musician 2 new custom guitars in appreciation
for the product recognition from the video that has lead to a sharp
increase in orders.
Thanks to Sam Rogers, Dallas TX at email
Be good and stay cool with the ONA Crew Webring!
Love frmo Elisabeth Stockholm Sweden