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What do you stand for?

Alexander Hamilton may be best known for his famous quote: “Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.”

My question is what do you stand for? What are you passionate about?

Your family of course, your friends for sure, but what about hobbies or business?

For many of us General Aviation can fit into to each of those, as I share aviation with my father by teaching him to fly, 95% of my friends are pilots or have expressed great interest in flying, to top it off I operate an aviation business and stand for General Aviation.

We know if you’re passionate about something there is always the oppressor. The victor and the villain. General Aviation has come under intense scrutiny in the past few months. Worries of security threats are at the peak of many congressional debates.

What sort of security threat do I impose in a Cessna 150? What about the Collings Foundation and their B-52 that tours the country inspiring our youth and allowing veterans to reminisce in the past?

General Aviation is no threat to America. It’s the AngelFlights, mission trips, air ambulance, and business men and women who really understand how beneficial General Aviation is.

So my question is to you, what do you stand for? Is General Aviation on your list?

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