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    Clay Lacy gets another award?

    Ricci, Lacy To Be Honored as Aviation Living Legends Directional Aviation Capital principal Kenn Ricci and veteran aviator and business aviation executive Clay Lacy are among the honorees of the 14th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards. They will be recognized at an event on January 20 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
    Ricci, who has built a multifaceted business aviation portfolio that includes fractional ownership provider Flexjet, along with Flight Options, Constant Aviation and Nextant Aerospace, among others, will be presented the Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award. ?With Kenn?s vision and leadership, Directional Capital is an umbrella facilitator creating efficiencies in fractional aircraft ownership, aircraft management as well as services, which has incrementally improved the entire industry,? award organizers said.
    Lacy will be the recipient of the Bob Hoover Freedom of Flight Award, a selection made by Bob Hoover himself before he died on October 25. Over the years, Lacy has filled the roles of airline captain, military aviator, experimental test pilot, air-race champion, world record-setter, aerial cinematographer and business aviation entrepreneur. He has flown more than 300 aircraft types and logged more than 50,000 flight hours.

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    50,000 hours? Does that include the time he was sleeping? A fraud that does nothing more that makes pilots look like fools that "enhance" their logbooks.

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    SCAB of the year!!

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    Ricci, Lacy To Be Honored as Aviation Living Legends Directional Aviation Capital principal Kenn Ricci and veteran aviator and business aviation executive Clay Lacy are among the honorees of the 14th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards. They will be recognized at an event on January 20 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
    Ricci, who has built a multifaceted business aviation portfolio that includes fractional ownership provider Flexjet, along with Flight Options, Constant Aviation and Nextant Aerospace, among others, will be presented the Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award. “With Kenn’s vision and leadership, Directional Capital is an umbrella facilitator creating efficiencies in fractional aircraft ownership, aircraft management as well as services, which has incrementally improved the entire industry,” award organizers said.
    Lacy will be the recipient of the Bob Hoover Freedom of Flight Award, a selection made by Bob Hoover himself before he died on October 25. Over the years, Lacy has filled the roles of airline captain, military aviator, experimental test pilot, air-race champion, world record-setter, aerial cinematographer and business aviation entrepreneur. He has flown more than 300 aircraft types and logged more than 50,000 flight hours.

    Please attend the event to honor me and the aviation great Clay Lacy!

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    The last sentence of the award writeup citing his accomplishments needs to include the word SCAB.

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    Don't forget forger. " After he found a "family bible" that had a new birth certificate that he says proves he was 2 years younger than he is.....so he pigged at the trough on the ual list past 60." How does that work with the FAA? Medicals, EKG, and his school records?

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