When Things Go Wrong At 35,000 Feet

It is something we think will never happen to us. It is safer to fly now than ever. But is it really? Those of us who work the industry knows there can be sever turbulence which can cause severe injuries. We pray that we see that aircraft back from it’s flight. We worry about the passengers and crew getting to their destination safely. We worry about the children flying alone and no one to cling to in scary moments. We have had some scary moments the last several years involving aviation disasters or near disasters.

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Lawrence Edward Hinchee

Lawrence Edward Hinchee

I am a published author. Book Titled Silent Cries A Memoir. I am a writer, photographer and author. I write under the pen name Brent Seheult. I also read a lot