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About Tom Matowitz
Thomas's grandfather learned to fly in 1928 and remained active as a pilot until the early 70s. He was a great influence inspired Thomas to fly. After a couple of false starts, he obtained a private license in the 1990s. He has always been fascinated by early airplanes throughout his life Thomas got a tailwheel endorsement in a J-3, and then had the opportunity to fly a number of fine airplanes dating back to the 30s and 40s. He has written two aviation titles in Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series, “Cleveland’s National Air Races“ and “Cleveland’s Legacy of Flight,“ both currently available on Amazon.
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