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Mr. Professional Pilot must be too professional to wear an emblem on his hat, or to wear epaulettes and a tie that are less than 10 years old.
 
Mr. Professional Pilot must be too professional to wear an emblem on his hat, or to wear epaulettes and a tie that are less than 10 years old.

I don't advocate the RAA. However, I could see how they just wanted to make a generic video and not identify any one airline.
 
Show some respect. He's one of the finest and most experienced pilots I have had the pleasure to work with. Many of the problems in the regionals would be solved if more pilots chose to emulate his example.
 
Personally i think being professional means not lying to people.
So i guess that counts out the RAA and Airline Management. And this guy ....> http://onelevelofsafety.com/
 
It is out of frame most of the time but there is an emblem. Charlie's a good S##t!! (That's Air Force for an awesome guy who knows his job and gets it done well) He means what he says, says what he means and lives what he preaches. I don't know if he did this for RAA or not, but he is miles above Mr. Cohen and his ilk for integrity and professionalism.
 
Show some respect. He's one of the finest and most experienced pilots I have had the pleasure to work with. Many of the problems in the regionals would be solved if more pilots chose to emulate his example.

How about if more regional management teams chose to emulate Skywest/ASA's example, along with Express Jet and Comair? It isn't a pilot issue, it's a management issue and their pinching of pennies to the point of obsurdity, and now, fatality.
 

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