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About Chuck Stone
Chuck Stone lives on a small lake in the suburbs of Kansas City. He always says that he logged his first 1000 hours sitting backwards: he was a US Air Force tail gunner on a B-52 at the height of the cold war with the Soviet Union. That was about 40 years ago. After his discharge, he spent the next 10 years as a flight instructor and charter pilot in Connecticut, West Virginia, and Tennessee. He married Sandi in Kirksville, Missouri. The next 20 years of their life together, he flew mostly 19 passenger turboprops for a regional airline in Missouri and Wisconsin.
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