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We teamed up again with Mike Malaro with Flying Mutts Rescue and transported 11 dogs this past weekend from rescues in North and South Carolina to rescues in Rhode Island. (more…)

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If you’ve ever wanted to know what WWI was really like then this film is exactly what you need to watch. This film uses actual combat camera footage to tell the frontline story of World War I through outstanding visual portrayals of the many dimensions of the Allied struggle with the enemy across the rolling plains of France. (more…)

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This film presents to you the unique and personal experience of a P-51 pilot stationed with the 339th Fighter Group at Fowlmere, England during World War II. (more…)

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This movie is over an hour long and features many aspects of daily life at the air base. This is not a government propaganda film. It is a new production from newly rescued footage. The film takes a look behind the scenes at building the base, F-86 aircraft, maintenance and operations, mess hall fun, recreation, surrounding area tour, combat operations and of course, loads of footage of the F-86 Sabre jet in operation. At the time this movie was shot, Colonel Francis “Gabby” Gabreski was the base commander. Colonel Gabreski was the leading WWII ace from the ETO and went on to become a “jet age” ace a few weeks before these scenes were shot. (more…)

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Charlotte was an awesome dog to fly along with the super-duper flight volunteer Steve Murray. (more…)

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Rosetta is a 1 year Pit mix and Mikey a lab/hound mix who came from the Vance County, Henderson, NC shelter where Ruin Creek Animal Protection Society managed to find a rescue for them at Tara’s House. (more…)

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The first time I saw Gus on April 3, 2016 he was in bad shape and at foster home that didn’t want him and was treating him pretty badly. I was told that he was locked outside in a crate in a shed for most of the time the foster had him. A Rescue Coordinator called me and asked if I would drive and pick up Gus and take him to a stop along the I-95 Corridor where another volunteer would pick him up and take him to another foster in another state. The current foster wouldn’t even drive him 30 minutes to meet his ride to another foster. (more…)

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We were contacted by Mike Marlo of FlyingMutts.org to fly a mom and four puppies to Georgetown, Delaware where we would meet him and he would fly the pups the rest of the way up to New England. So off went the emails back and forth to set up this wonderful flight to save 5 more dogs. (more…)

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Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the busy Holiday travel season. Time to start planning your Holiday getaway – whether it be to the in-laws, Grandma’s, or somewhere in between! (more…)

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As I write this it is October 24, 2016. Pam and I have not flown a dog rescue flight since last month and I think my last time doing any flying was about three weeks ago. (more…)

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