Episode 37 Retired Alaska Captain Phil Pope
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Captain Phil Pope joined Alaska Airlines in 1964. He started in Ground Operations and worked his way into becoming a Flight Engineer on the Lockheed Super Constellation. He later flew the Lockheed C-130, the Boeing 727 and the Boeing 737.  Phil tells us about his part in helping to build Alaska Airlines into the Major Carrier that it is today.
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