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About Bob Blinick
Bob’s interest in aviation began in the 1950s when he and his older brother trekked to Canal Street in New York and bought WWII surplus instruments to build a replica of a B-29 cockpit (their uncle, a pilot during WWII, provided technical assistance...). His interest remained dormant until a client, the owner of Everything Flyable, Inc., a flight school in southern California, flew him to Catalina for lunch. Under his client’s mentorship, Bob got his PPL and instrument rating, and acquired a Trinidad TB-20. Bob has created advertising for EFI and AOPA, and currently resides in New Jersey.
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