N.S. ``Mike'' Waterman Jr., founder of training giant SimuFlite Training International, died in Dallas on November 8 after a brief illness. A native of Washington, D.C., Waterman graduated from Loomis Chaffe school in 1961, and Yale University in 1965. He began graduate work at Columbia University, but left to enter the Air National Guard. Waterman subsequently worked in the plastics business in Florida, and then joined International Aviation Industries in White Plains, N.Y., ...

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