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Then Came the CIA: The Early Years of Southern Air Transport Fred C. Moor III

Then Came the CIA: The Early Years of Southern Air Transport

Fred C. Moor III

Published May 1st 2011
ISBN : 9781461015345
Paperback
144 pages
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F.C., Doc Moor started flying in the early 30s. The outbreak of WWII led him to a primary flight instructor job at Carlstrom Field in Arcadia, Florida. He joined the Army Air Force and became a pilot on the Fireball Express with 63 AtlanticMoreF.C., Doc Moor started flying in the early 30s. The outbreak of WWII led him to a primary flight instructor job at Carlstrom Field in Arcadia, Florida. He joined the Army Air Force and became a pilot on the Fireball Express with 63 Atlantic crossings to his credit. A leased C-47 and a loan from his mother helped him start Southern Air Transport in 1947. A lot of hard work and the ability to recognize and capitalize on some opportunities let the company grow to a modestly successful operation until there was a knock on the door in 1960 . . . from the CIA