Monthly Archives: July 2016

Chapter 368

I was in my office with Lorrie and Marcy; we were discussing the latest update of the work on the two C130s at Toronto. Every few days Lockheed sent pictures and a report on progress; they clearly understood the deadline … Continue reading

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Chapter 367

This meeting with Frank and Eric was from our agreement to keep closer communication on security issues. I was surprised to see that the wimpy triplets were not at the table. I wondered if Frank was still hammering them about … Continue reading

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Chapter 366

Friday morning was going to be a busy morning. Lorrie and I had a meeting over in the agency hangar with Frank and Eric. Howie arrived at the restaurant while I was sitting with Kevin and Cory Richfield. Cory had … Continue reading

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Chapter 365

Thursday was another slow day a KCC. It was not slow with the EIT team. Robert had another folder on the KRAA – small bits and pieces were deciphered today. Individually they did not say much but when connected with … Continue reading

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Chapter 364

Wednesday was a breeze at KCC, just nothing going on. I had plenty of time to think about how to make the drones more useful, especially if we got all of Africa as Victor had said. The only problem was … Continue reading

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Chapter 363

Tuesday quickly went by quietly and normal, for a change. The thirty JBG men from six of the South America embassies had completed everything HR needed, including the physicals. Today they were with Jamie and her assistants. I did a … Continue reading

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Chapter 362

Monday Patti and I rode together to KCC. I was glad to be back at the college for a couple days in order to have a break from politics. I was wrong on that count. I expected to see Bob … Continue reading

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