A Thanksgiving Proclamation

From your friends working on the Lost Clipper Project, we extend a joyful and warm Thanksgiving Day wish that you find moments of joy and appreciation of being  citizens of the most amazing, dynamic and heroic country on the planet.  I am personally thankful for my God, my Savior,  Country, my family and friends and…

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Weekly Clipper Clip #10 with A Former DEA Officier

Javier Pena returns this week from his Netflix hit show “Narcos” to talk about The Lost Clipper as the first hijacking in aviation history and how it opened the door to modern day terrorism.    

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Weekly Clipper Clip #08 with Dr. Vernon Grose

Dr. Vernon Grose, air disaster analyst and former member of the National Transportation Safety Board, returns this week with a philosophical concept about man versus evil and how it relates to The Lost Clipper.

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Weekly Clipper Clip #07

A local citizen from Chuuk, Micronesia tells us his motivational feelings on the ability to solve the mystery of The Lost Clipper.

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Weekly Clipper Clip #05 featuring Steve Murphy of Netflix’s “Narcos”

This week’s Lost Clipper clip features Mr. Steve Murphy whom we’ve teamed with to investigate the disappearance of the Hawaii Clipper. As a Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Stephen Murphy and his partner, Javier Peña, targeted the world’s first narco-terrorist, Pablo Escobar, and the Medellin Cartel. Living and working alongside their Colombian…

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Weekly Clipper Clip #04 featuring Javier Peña of Netflix’s “Narcos”

This week’s Lost Clipper clip features Mr. Javier Peña whom we’ve teamed with to investigate the disappearance of the Hawaii Clipper. Javier Peña retired from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) as a Special Agent in Charge (SAC) in January 2014 after 30 years of service. His career was highlighted by his volunteering for assignment to…

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Re-Researching the Richter Library

Recently, I visited the Richter Library to assess their effort of re-cataloging the massive Pan Am Airways.  Wow, what a difference!  On my last visit, I went through nearly twenty boxes of photos… this time, only five.  Why?  There is so much more to see and now items are in their proper order.  Great job…

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Cleared to Land

I just left the University of Miami’s Pan Am grand debut of the “Cleared to Land” exhibit and recognition program marking the achievement of reinvigorating the archive search system. It was truly a wonderful event and showcased speakers who helped put together a far more precise catalog system after over 700 man hours of effort….

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