By Amanda Darling
On day 1, we could not have asked for better weather—sunshine, no clouds, and a light breeze.
The day started with 18 pilots, a breakfast bar, and a pilots’ meeting. The first pilot of Nats 2022 took off at 8:32 a.m. The double flightlines allowed us to fly two Known rounds, an Unknown, and two Knowns.
Lunch was provided by Eagle Aviation from Chick-fil-A. There was plenty of competition and laughter throughout the day. We ended the day with four Freestyle pilots.
Hamburgers and hotdogs were served in the camping area where Unknowns for Day 2 were handed out. We look forward to a fantastic week here in Muncie, Indiana.
Tommy and I flew 5 IMAC NATIONALS and we really miss all of you in Muncie, Indiana.
We hope someday to continue the father and son duo, but at this time, Tom is very busy at his job at Delta Airlines…
Our last meet was at Hurlock, MD. Tom had to start work at Delta that Monday.
He loves his job at Delta as an AMT…If you fly out of JFK Airport and look out the window and see the jet engine shells open, it may be Tommy doing his thing to made sure all is ok for your flight…
Everyone have a great NATS…..
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