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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Alas, the Grand Days of Aviation are even more Long Gone?


 From our latest Press Release:

PEACE ENGINEERING & PEACE IN THE COCKPIT

What, When, Where:

John H. Miller, director of Peace Engineering, presents a forum on our nation’s airline industry on Saturday, June 21st, from 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m, in the Aigler Auditorium on the third floor of the Carnegie-Stout Library.

Forum Topic:

Mr. Miller, a member of the Air Line Pilot’s Association, explains his Union’s program titled Save Our Skies (SOS): The national campaign advocating for policies that protect U.S. aviation jobs and the future of the U.S. aviation, which are at risk in a global marketplace that favors foreign, state-owned airlines.

About Peace Engineering:

Peace Engineering, Incorporated, was founded in Florida in 1982. The company’s purpose is to use all non-violent and lawful means to help develop peaceful conditions on Earth that give every human being equal opportunity to exercise basic human rights.

 About Mr. Miller:

Mr. Miller flew Huey medical evacuation helicopters in the Army and P-3 anti-submarine warfare aircraft in the Navy, and after founding Peace Engineering, began a career in civilian aviation, in which, as the result of industry deregulation wreaking havoc upon the lives of air crew members, John gained and lost employment with seven airlines.

and visit: http://sos.alpa.org or here call us at 563-564-6221.