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Date:7/25/2014 10:09:31 AM
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Talley watched them touch down and taxi back to the ramp. Ammie shut down. Pete made a few final notations on his clipboard and opened his door. The wind rocked the aircraft. Ammie looked over at him, “should I tie it down or put it in the hangar?”
“Tie it down, we’ll let the line kitties fuel and put it away.”
Talley waited for them by the door to the Café. The temperature had plummeted and the field was now experiencing cold 45 knot gusts. Weather was calling for snow flurries later in the evening. They stepped inside and got a booth. Pete made notations on several sheets, stamped several others and finally signed the last page. He asked for Ammie’s log and again made several notations and stamped several pages and finally stamped and signed the page of her log where she had recorded her flight exam. Pete said, “If you want I’ll Fax this in now and we should get confirmation right away.” Talley agreed instantly.
Put stood up and turned to Ammie, “Congratulations Ammie, You’re a licensed pilot, and a very good one, that was a pretty tricky landing out there, and you never scared me once. Now, I’m sure Talley will want to talk to you for a few minutes, so I’ll leave you both to chat.
Pete left and Talley said, “Ammie, I’m so proud of you! Do you know that you’re one of only six pilots ever to get a perfect score on the FAA written exam. I have something for you, I’ll be right back.”
Talley went out to the Lear Jet, stepped aboard and came back with a fairly good sized box. She entered the café and presented it to Ammie. Ammie took it unwrapped and found a Leather Flight Jacket with the Royal Squadron Crest. Talley reached in the pocket of her flight suit and handed over a small leather box. Ammie opened it and removed the sterling silver wings of a Royal Pilot.
“Nicely done, Ammie, Very nicely done” Talley said.
Pete watched the two friends share a hug and saw the pride that both of them had in their accomplishments.
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