16 May Wk 57: The Sky Is The Limit
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Wherever you may be jetting off to this summer, we hope you arrive to your destination looking and feeling as good as models Terry and Kendra.
In this weeks feature, Photographer Jenny Lynn tells us why the airport is the perfect place to connect with people. The airport isn’t the only place to make friends and meet amazing people though. You can click “HERE” to join EVM’s facebook community and interact with some of the world’s most beautiful and talented artists.
It was a great pleasure to work with a Retired Vet from Martinsville, Indiana. I met Mr. Gerald Harkin through the Monroe County Airport and had a pleasant meeting. He spoke of his past military flying experiences and how he enjoyed his retirement with his wife, children and his small airplane.
“As a child, I was born and raised in Kansas. I joined the Army in 1965. In 1968, I begin flight school. Through my Army career, I spent 24 years flying both helicopters and airplanes in Vietnam, Korea, Central America and many other places around the world.
I decided to retire from the Army in 1988. Afterwards, I worked for Beechcraft Corporation and then Universal Avionics. With the 40 years of flying experience, I have accumulated over 21,000 hours of flight time. I decided on full retirement in 2010. At that time I purchased my very own little airplane to finally have fun with flying.
My wife, Rachel, and I decided to retire in Indiana to be closer to our children. We have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. When we have free time we like to travel to various places on short vacations. We currently take advantage of living on the lake by boating and enjoying evening cruises with a nice bottle of wine.
In addition, I enjoy home projects and tinkering on my 54’ Chevy, which is a copy of my very first car. I am currently the President of the local EAA Chapter 650 in Bloomington, Indiana.” (Gerald Harkin 2018)