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AF1 Pilot on 9-11 talks about flying that day

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Very unique perspective told from one of the AF1 pilots on September 11, 2001. (www.usatoday.com) More...

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sheka
mark tufts 0
very interesting on the way things were handled
julianjim
jim garrity 0
Now that's how A/F One is to be used! NOT going on "lavish" vacations on "OUR DIME" Thank you Col. Tillman for you service to our country.
Vjardine
great and informative interview !
727clamshell
Clam Shell 0
excellent excellent
bobbrs
Bob Rust 0
As an Englishman far removed from the events I found that fascinating.
charlieontheradio
Hilarious comment, Jim. Hilarious!
fofoss
fern bonet 0
Jim, agree with you 100%.
hardworker7
hardworker7 0
To all the naysayers concerning Bush's actions then and later, perhaps this will end the nonsense about his leadership and willingness to engage this threat!
fredgroff
fred groff 0
Col Tillman,a pilots,pilot.To young to retire.
piper877
Will Goshorn 0
Yes of course Bush never went on vacation, nah...only our current President does that. How can you possibly respect Bush's actions? He shredded the Constitution, invaded and destroyed a country that had nothing to do with the attacks, and diverted resources to do so from hunting down the people that actually carried it out.

The article was a fascinating read, but don't glamorize what Bush did on that day...it's only worthy of scorn.
sstuff
sstuff 0
The article was was focused on the recollections of Air Force One’s pilot on one specific day, not on the then-POTUS.

Shredded the Constitution? Worthy of scorn? Psychiatrists who treat deep-seated pathologic rants call it “transference.” Physician, heal thyself.
pnschi
pnschi 0
Not to make light, but from the title, I thought it was about a Concorde flight from KJFK to LFPG.

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