Ace Abbott Takes Listeners Down The Back Alleys of Aviation

Ace Abbott, author of ROGUE AVIATOR

Ace Abbott was born and raised on a farm in upstate New York.

He entered the U.S. Air Force in 1965 and became an F-4 Phantom pilot based in the Far East.

Upon leaving the military, Ace began his civilian aviation career as a Learjet corporate/charter pilot. He spent his last twenty-two years as a Boeing 727 captain.

He retired in 2002. During his career he visited forty-four countries with fourteen different airlines.

Ace is the author of the new book The Rogue Aviator: In the Back Alleys of Aviation

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10.10.11

Your Comments OUTSTANDING INTERVIEW. ACE TELLS IT LIKE IT IS. I TOTALY AGREE WITH HIM AND ALSO HAVE HIS OUTSTANDING BOOK. IT IS A GREAT READ.

CAPTAIN MIKE SCALA
LOCKHEED L18,DC3,DC8,B727

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