We arose before dawn to meet our Security Detail for the ride back to the airport. Although there appeared to be more than just a few large commercial craft parked at the gates of the International terminal, including a large 747, our selected mode of travel this morning was a C-130 managed by what‘s affectionately known as “State Air”.
The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA) has once again called for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to fully implement CrewPass, an identification credential for aviation workers that promotes expedited screening
The number of Private Security Companies operating in Baghdad is surprising and gives way to an appreciation of the magnitude of the mission. Meeting with all of them would have proven infeasible, so we advanced the next best thing by meeting with the President of the PSCAI (Private Security Company Association of Iraq).
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In this week’s episode, we discuss improvements in dealer sentiment at the end of 2019 as well as producers likelihood to purchase farm equipment. From the Precision Farming Dealer Summit in St. Louis this week, Technology Editor Jack Zemlicka reports on how dealers can serve as consultants to their customers, particularly when it comes to technology. Also in this episode: Buhler Industries' revenues drop 25.7%, the Dallas Fed reports 4Q ag loan demand declines and farmland values are likely to hold steady in 2020.