I have had a lot of managers during the course of my career. Some were good, some bad and some mediocre. I eventually figured out that there is as much — or more — to learn from a bad manager as there is from a good one.
You may not remember me because you talk to a bunch of people, but I clearly remember talking with you and Joe at various times and places. I continue to be impressed by what you have done with this magazine.
I just finished reading the Jan/Feb issue of D.O.M. magazine. I was so impressed with Bill Brinkley’s article on Remembering Peter, I just had to write to you. What a well done and profound piece of journalism! Thanks to Bill for hitting the nail right on the head!
Your editorial column in the Jan/Feb issue was the first column I have read from you that I had an overwhelming feeling of disappointment. I’m in my 36th year of being
In the Jan/Feb issue of D.O.M., I discussed “actively engaged” as it pertained to Inspection Authorization renewal. If you haven’t read it yet, you can read my editorial column by clicking here.
There are a few more thoughts I wanted to share regarding the FAA’s effort to more closely interpret “actively engaged.”