Forty years ago, when corporate pilots like 2005 NBAA Doswell Award recipient Ron Guerra and his business aviation colleagues began flying their employers' new Lockheed JetStars and Grumman Gulfstream IIs overseas, they had little support outside their flight departments beyond the local FAA flight service station. Office computers were a decade and a half away, and the Internet had not even been fantasized by the most far-out science fiction writers. In short, these pioneering ...

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