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Jan 21, 2002
The following is copied from another BB

This is from FedEx's union Comm. chairman regarding our recent mishap.

"One item of note is the support that Comair pilots have provided. They stood round-the-clock door security in 4-hour shifts for our pilots' rooms to prevent media and other unsavory characters from entering. The FAA even attempted to get to the pilots before representation personnel were there, and the Comair guys stopped them. Members of our onsite team are amazed at their solidarity
and willingness to do whatever was asked of them, and they continue to perform above and beyond the call of duty. This is the kind of fraternity you recently voted to rejoin."

No Comair pilot will ever buy a drink in my presence.
Jim, Fedex 727 Capt.

Thank YOU Fedex. It is both a privilege and an honor to be able to offer some small service in your time of need. Thanks to the Creator that everyone made it OK.

We of CMR will always remember and be grateful for the support and assitance that we received from so many when we lost 3272. Thank you again and especially to the Mesaba pilots and the Eagle and Delta CIRP teams.

Comair and Proud
Hopefully any of us would do the same for ANY other group. I'm sure the CMR pilots did not do this for the recognition or pat on the back, but it is nice to see that their efforts were appreciated and lauded.

It's good to have a group like FedEx on board.

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