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June 19, 2009


Lcdr. Dick Carpenter

Where can I find a plaque with the official Naval Aviation Centennial logo?

Don Rodee

First thing I would like to add is we in San Diego need to pull out the stops to let everyone in this community feel like they are important to this historic Centennial of Naval Aviation. I personally feel compelled to do what every I can. Naval Aviators active or retired should speak to every fraternal group, school, City Council, and any other group that have organized meetings, and get the word out about our pride in Naval Aviation. Thirty years after Naval Aviation's inception, it accounted for the greatest military in modern times, at the Battle of Midway. North Island is where it all began. My one suggestion that I think should be considered if at all possible, a performance by the Blue Angels at North Island that could be enjoyed by the entire waterfront of San Diego. I know this is a difficult idea to wrestle with, but for 40 minutes aviation should stand still to celebrate 100 years of San Diego being Naval Aviation Birth Place.

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