By Di Freeze,
I usually write about our feature articles in my column. This month, I’m going to do something a little different and talk about a couple of our writers.
First, I’d like to congratulate Rose Dorcey, who writes for us out of Wisconsin. In May, Rose was awarded the Wisconsin Airport Management Association’s Blue Light award. She received the award for excellence in reporting Wisconsin aviation news and information. The award was presented at the 51st annual Wisconsin Aviation Conference.
I also want to congratulate Greg Brown. Greg contributes a column, “Flying Carpet,” to Airport Journals each month. He recently earned his master certified flight instructor accreditation—for the sixth time. There are approximately 90,000 CFIs in the United States; fewer than 500 of them have achieved the distinction of master CFI. Greg is an independent Phoenix-area flight instructor, lecturer and author. The National Association of Flight Instructors recognized Greg as the National Flight Instructor of the Year in 2000.
Greg and Rose are just two examples of the wonderful writers who have helped make Airport Journals what it is today. By the way, we’re always looking for freelance writers. At the moment, we’re particularly looking for writers in the Northern California area. If you’re interested in writing for Airport Journals, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.