I was listening to a “book on CD” on the way to work this morning — Every Man a Tiger. It’s about the Air Force general who directed the air war in the first US/Iraq war. Very interesting stuff. I really like it. James and Barb tried listening to it when they went to Sacramento a few weeks ago and didn’t care for it. Barb gave it to me saying that they thought I would like it. I didn’t even know what it was about other than it was Tom Clancy book. I expected fiction instead of something more like a biography. Then not long after I got to work some strange guy shows up in my office and starts talking to me. It turns out he is a Air Force Reserve Major. I don’t recall the last time I talked to someone in the Air Force but it has been years.
Anyway we talked about the meeting with the Air Force he is arranging/hosting which I’m presenting at tomorrow. We also talked about Boomershoot stuff for a while. He plans to attend the next one if he is back from Iraq in time. He shoots thousands and thousands of rounds a year – certainly a lot more than I have recently.