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Been gone awhile, but now am flying for a living

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ronaldpatton Trainee

Just thought I would check in. I've been busy moving to Arizona for a new job flying a 75 P-Navajo (N573B) for Mexican Gospel Mission. I'm available to help with real-world flying questions. I also now have a 73 Cessna 150 (N11445) that I use for teaching basic flight training and building hours toward my ATP. I still think that FS2004 is a great tool and a lot of fun. Ciao!

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Good to see you again.
That sounds like the dream job and yes we can always use another pro to help us here. We can never have enough professional pilots for some of the complex questions (for some of us) answered.

Radar

airpixphoto Guest

This airplane was lost about a month after this posting at Gallup, NM. I hope it was not the guy who posted here that was killed in the crash.

Madbrit Guest

Although no names are given in the reports, unfortunately it is very likely it is the same person. I would be more than happy if Ron or anyone else can tell us otherwise.

NTSB and other reports indicate the pilot/owner of N573B was killed in the accident.

I've checked his FAA registration and Medical Certificate and they have not been renewed.

The second aircraft (N11445) is now registered to another owner.

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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Chief Captain

I tried to send him an email through the little email icon, however it told me "invalid session" -- Any ideas?

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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Chief Captain

Ladies and Gentlemen, I regret to inform you that I have indeed identified the victim as Ronald Patton Arrow

May he rest in peace

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Faucett Captain

May he rest in peace.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

He was so excited about going. RIP my friend RIP.

Radar

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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Chief Captain

RadarMan wrote:

He was so excited about going. RIP my friend RIP.

Radar

Strange how these things happen in the most unexpected times -- At least now, he can fly forever, and never worry about the next pay check -- RIP

BashDaBish Guest

Puts life into perspective. The fact he had posted on here alive and well looking forward to life makes it so much harder to comprehend.

Rest In Peace

Greg

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

A tragic and unfortunate accident - Rest In Peace.

Guest

May He R.I.P.
His excitation about his job, a great time in his life has ended it. Let us hope that now, he can fly forever in the heavens, In peace, and without worries.

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Sean (SeanGa) Captain

RIP

Guest

May He R.I.P.
His excitation about his job, a great time in his life has ended it. Let us hope that now, he can fly forever in the heavens, In peace, and without worries.

Jamie4590 Guest

Rest In Peace Mr Patton. You paid the ultimate price doing something you loved and we can all draw strength from that.

Your memory lives on in our hearts.

NathanJenkins Guest

He died doing his job, he was a well respected man, cheerful, keen to do what lay ahead.

You will never be forgotten, may your soul rest in peace

RIP my friend

Nathan

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twistedsucker First Officer

This is really sad, RIP Crying or Very sad Sad

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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

i can not belive this! R.I.P.

Jamie4590 Guest

It would be very nice if flyaway created a permanent memorial for this gentleman.

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