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    1957 – 58 Flying In South Dakota

    While I’m at it I’ll mention a few things about flying in South Dakota. I got my license in a Piper J-3 Cub. I had soloed in nine hours after making thee of the best landings ever. After the third landing my instructor told me to make it a full stop. I taxied off the active runway and and he told me to stop in front of the terminal.  As soon as I stopped he started getting out of the plane and I asked, “Where are you going?” He replied with, “You’re ready to go, you’re ready to solo.”...

    Preface to The Top Ten Steps To Ship On Time

    Editor’s Comment: Years ago I started writing a book defining how to ship on time. It;s rather lengthy and it was never published. I did use what I wrote to build to separate consulkting company’s into multi million dollar business’s Author’s Preface  C H Diaz 1980′s In the past twenty four hours, every person who works with or for a manufacturing company has probably been involved with finding out why something didn’t ship on time.  It doesn’t matter what...

    1949 – 1952 Junior High School Years, Part 1

      Bret Harte Junior High School, now called middle school, was about three miles west south west of my home on 89th.  My first day in junior high school was like dying and going to heaven.  Because I had skipped the A5 I was only eleven years five months old when I started in the B7 and there were girls there who were as old as fifteen in the ninth grade. Boob heaven, Woweeee! The main guys I hung out with were Jimmy, Roger and me.  There were two or three others who would join up with us now...

    1955 to 1958 Marriage, Flying and Learning

      Editor’s Comment: In the story of my life I was never going to write about my marriage, but as I have posted in the last two weeks I have come to understand that I have to talk about them because they were a part of my life. So here it is the way I saw it. Ellsworth AFB The night I arrived in Rapid City there were a bunch of people, off duty Airmen, who were leaving a nearby bar. The bar had just closed and these guys were really drunk and acting very drunk. The bar had waitresses that were...

    1955 – 1955, Air Force – Basic Training and Tech School

    Editor’s Comment: What you are about to read may be a bit disturbing, but it was a part of my life. This was before Martin Luther King and any civil rights laws. I would especially appreciate any comment, good or bad, about what I’ve chronicled in this part of MY Life.  It is what it is. Parks AFB – Basic Training One day, (Late December 1954), I read an article in the newspaper that the Korean War G.I. Bill was going to end January 30th, 1955. I knew that would be my only chance for...

    1966 – 1967 The Hughes Tool Company

      After leaving Aeronutronics I became Supervisor of Fabrication Control for the Hughes Tool Company which, at that time, was trying to ship helicopters during the Vietnam war. Specifically the Hughes OH369A Cayuse. The day I was interviewed was September 23, 1966, a Friday. I was still employed by Aeronutronics when I was called by my former boss, Ralph Fleener, who had left AiResearch in an apparent power struggle he lost.  He was now Manger of Materiel at Hughes. I arrived at the Tool Company...

    1958 – 1964 The Garrett AiResearch Years

      In 1958 I was honorably discharged from the Air Force and within a few weeks I got a job with Garrett AiResearch in the Los Angeles area.  In fact AiResearch was located at the entrance to the Los Angeles Airport, (LAX), as it was in 1958.  Today the southwest corner of Sepulveda and Century Blvd is a huge parking lot with an overhead on ramp reaching from Sepulveda north bound to the entrance to the Airport. I got my first job, out of the Air Force, without equal opportunity employers and...

    A Review of “A Charter of Negative Liberties”

    By US Daily Review Staff  A new book is proposing that Americans may not understand the Constitution as well as their high school government class grades illustrated – and that it may be due to our leaders’ own misinterpretation for the past 100 years. In A “Charter of Negative Liberties: Defining the Bill of Rights and Other Commentary” (published by WestBow Press), author C. Howard Diaz brings readers a foundation for renewed understanding of the Constitution and the intentions of our...

    We Just Solved A Problem

    Without my knowledge, for quite some time the “Comment” and “Membership” portions of this site has had a problem. In some cases it was impossible to leave a comment. In other cases, a members status was changed to “Inactive” or “Expired” for no reason. We believe we have fixed the problem and have successfully ran some comment tests. If any of this affected any member I am very sorry, but it’s fixed now and everyone has been activated. In the...

    Editor’s Message – I Am A Constitutionalist

    There have been many occasions when I have been asked if I’m a Conservative, a Republican, a Libertarian etc. In my lifetime I have been a Democrat, an atheist and much more. I had never voted until 1992 at age 55. My current beliefs started around age 40 when I knew I was not thinking the right way. I knew I was a Capitalist and believed in a Free Market, but I was very Liberal minded. As time passed I identified myself as a Conservative, but not a Republican. By 1992 I knew I opposed what...

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