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Operation Rotorheads

On 28 Aug 2019, Mike Grub organized the OPERATION ROTORHEADS luncheon at Clemenza’s in FWB, FL. Snippets from his email: Dynamic Target of HVI (High Value Italian)!!!!! Hoovering up food, tomorrow, 28 August @ 1115L is the no fail mission. Kudos to Todd Weiser & Charlie Mauze for making it lunch last month.  I’d like to…

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20th SOS Coin

          I’ve often been asked about merchandise, and unfortunately, I don’t sell it anymore. However, I found Phoenix Challenge Coins, which sells the 20th SOS Coin.

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Returning the Favor – Rob Dinsmore!

For anyone that doesn’t know, Mike Rowe (a great American) has a Facebook Watch Original series called “Returning the Favor”. The show is about his “search of remarkable people making a difference in their communities. Returning the Favor gives back to those who pay it forward with humor, heart and surprise.” Our very own Rob…

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“When Seconds Count” by Jay Humphrey

Jay Humphrey, PAVE LOW Pilot #371, and former Helicopter EMS pilot authored “When Seconds Count – Reports From an Emergency Medical Helicopter Pilot”.  I’ve personally read this book and highly recommend it! Jay did a fantastic job of not only putting the user in the cockpit of an everyday life of a HEMS pilot, but…

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Generous donation made in honor of Lee Collins

A very generous donation was made today in honor of Lee Collins. The anniversary of Lee’s passing is approaching. He was killed in a airplane accident in St Charles Parish, LA.  Lee was a PAVE LOW Pilot (#249), all around great guy, always friendly and upbeat, and a great friend to many. The donation will…

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John Grove Memorial

John Grove’s legacy lives on and not just in the PAVE LOW world. John helped fund Bless the Children, an international organization helping the poorest children of the world who are living under extreme conditions. Bless The Children is looking for annual donations towards his memorial fund.

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Message from Steve Kelly

Hey Vince, I too was diagnosed with cancer – Oct ’08 – upon my return from Afghanistan. It was chondrosarcoma – bone cancer in my pelvis and hip – the Air Force recommended an amputation of my left leg and figured the cancer would kill me. I am lucky, I live in Salt Lake City and…

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