I retired from TWA Airlines in 1999 after 36 years with the company. It was a wonderful company to work for until Carl Icahn came along, and then it was downhill all the way. I retired a couple of years before TWA was bought out by AA. It was a sad day. Unfortunately, I became involved with another industry (publishing) in flux. lol
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