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SUPER SABRE SOCIETY REUNION

April 9-12, 2015

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The SSS board is pleased to announce we have unanimously approved Dick Pietro as the new “Member at Large” to serve out the board vacancy created by Gordie Peterson’s death.

Dick will serve through 31 Dec 2016. He has been of indefatigable assistance in the recent net increase in membership. He also has deep interest in the same things for which Les founded our organization – preserving the legacy of the airplane, the mission and the people who flew it. Dick is also tied-in with the Guard which will be the last of we reprobates, whether we like it or not, since they were the last to fly the airplane. He has graciously accepted and I am certain we will all be well-served.

WE WERE AWESOME ONCE AND STILL ARE! – ONWARD AND UPWARD – Shep

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