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Mission Central Newsletter | November 2018

Mission Central Newsletter | November 2018

Angel Flight Log

STORIES FROM THE SOUTH CENTRAL SKIES

From skydiving photographer to Angel Flight pilot

Mike Sisemore has been an adventurous pilot for nearly 50 years, filming skydiving world records and flying to remote destinations for camping with his wife, Pat. Several bouts with cancer led the Sisemores and their trusty basset hound into a new adventure: flying cancer patients to the lifesaving treatment they need....

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Transponder

QUICK UPDATES FROM AFSC HQ

FBO fuel discounts: Our Wing Leaders have been busy updating our FBO fuel discount information. To date, we've received new FBO information from Don Cope, Scott Young, and Jim Daniell.

Visit this web page to see the most up-to-date fuel discount information and to participate in the recruitment of more FBOs.

Private Facebook group for pilots: AFSC pilots are eligible to join our new Facebook group. Use this group to get to know one another, find a mission assistant, make a seat available for a new pilot who recently joined Angel Flight, mentor someone, find a mission, and share news and photos about our great organization!


Magnus Effect

EVENTS + VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Race of Angels: Sat., Dec. 8

The first-ever Race of Angels 5K is less than two weeks away! The race course has moved across the road to the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Conroe, but you can still fly in to the Conroe–North Houston Regional Airport (CXO) to participate.

If you want to run or walk the 5K, you can still register here. Or sign up to volunteer at the event: help people find parking, hand out water to runners, cheer them on at the finish line. The runners would love to meet Angel Flight pilots and hear about the great cause they're supporting.

REGISTER FOR THE RACE

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER


On the Beam

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO FLEW FOR AFSC THIS MONTH!


Pilots Who Flew Their 1st AFSC Mission in October

Sean Wagner (South Texas)


AFSC's Top 10 Pilots – October 2018

Nelson Destaffany (10 missions!)
David Aldridge (8 missions)
John Williams (5 missions)
Robert Wilbers (4 missions)
David Prentice, Jerry Miller, Robert Byrd, Michael Bentham, Robert Garrett, William Jones, Howard Tobin (3 missions each)

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