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Letter: Dad and Ed in the J3 Cub

Doug Campbell writes:
I so enjoyed Ed's reminiscing about the flight with Dad. The airplane was a J-3 Cub, an iconic airplane that became popular after WW2. I was only a boy but vividly remember my own rides in that plane. I suppose those experiences were as inspirational as they were thrilling as I became a pilot and have flown professionally for over 30 years.

Mike Campbell loved and respected Ed Waggener. They were lifelong friends and I listened to many conversations while a young man as they bantered, matching wits and comical memories of the early years in Adair County. I miss them both dearly and trust they now enjoy one another again in a better place. Respectfully Yours, Doug
Comments re: April 14, 1978 Around Adair with Ed Waggener




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