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April 12, 2017
Concerning maintenance of the fuel control on this aircraft (the L-1011), it was a two part (air and hydraulic)
unit with very close tolerances, some measured with light bands. Challenging indeed.

Respectfully and Best Wishes,
John Johnson, Camden Point, MO
>Guide's note: John is a retired aircraft maintenance technician, having worked for TWA and American, 1967-2003. 
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April 10, 2017
An impressive article. Glad I could make a small contribution to it. I'm proud to have an L-1011 type rating.

Cheers,
Mark L. Berry, St. Louis, MO
>Guide's note: In addition to being a professional pilot (formerly with TWA and now American), Captain Berry is an accomplished author and airline publication editor. Visit his website and blog at www.marklberry.com.  

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April 6, 2017
Congratulations for your blog and your care for the TWA uniforms.
You might be surprised that overseas people keep the TWA spirit as well. I have gathered several uniforms to remember my flights with TWA in the eighties.
The last acquisition was this Elisa Daggs' Manhattan paper dress found in the UK.
Visit us at www.airline-angels.be/twa.html

Kind regards.
Baudouin Leruitte, Brusssels, Belgium
Airline-Angels@hotmail.com
>Guide's note: Baudouin's collection is amazing, containing uniforms from over fifty airlines around the world. After seeing the TWA uniforms, don't forget to visit the home page to take a tour of the entire collection.

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April 4, 2017 (on Twitter)
Hang in there, @TWAMuseum !

Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum (@EvergreenMuseum)
McMinnville, OR
>Guide's note: The Evergreen Museum is one of the premier aviation and space museums in the country. Their impressive collection includes over 150 aircraft/spacecraft items including the "Spruce Goose" aircraft, built by Howard Hughes. www.evergreenmusem.org.
(click here to read our blog post being referred to)
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March 20, 2017
Dear Guide,
I thought I would write to you so we can remind your readers about our upcoming hangar dance at the TWA Museum on April 29, 2017. It's our major fundraiser of the year and should be a great time.

Karen Holden-Young
TWA Museum, Kansas City, MO
P.S. You left your lunch at the museum on Thursday, so we ate it.
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Feb 28, 2017
Just checking out the TWA Museum blog and enjoyed the article on the TWA history and uniforms. Here's a photo of me in my AA uniform with the B737-800 "tribute" plane in vintage TWA livery parked at MSP about three weeks after it first appeared on AA's system.I think that AA has about 10 of the tribute planes featuring airlines that were acquired over the years by AA.It is always exciting to former TWA employees to spot the TWA plane taxiing in!

Bill Bowman, St. Louis, MO

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