Len Morgan
US Army Air Force officer
Len Morgan
A. G. Leonard Morgan was an American aviator and writer.
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'The X-Files' Revival Update: Filming Starts June 8, Celebrated Writers To Return
International Business Times - almost 2 years
The truth may be out there, but now it's closer than ever. "The X-Files," the blockbuster sci-fi series that ran on Fox from 1993 to 2002, will begin shooting its six-episode series revival in Vancouver in early June -- and much of the old behind-the-scenes gang will be back for the ride, said Glen Morgan, one of the renowned screenwriters and co-executive producers from the show. 
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Brentwood Students Host 50 New U.S. Citizens
Maplewood-Brentwood Patch - almost 5 years
Brentwood High School students shared in a momentous day for 50 strangers. On April 20, the school hosted a naturalization ceremony for new United States citizens who came from the Philippines, Mexico, Yugoslavia, India, Iraq, Brazil, Vietnam, and many more countries. It was the culmination of “mix-it-up week,” Brentwood junior Nora Durham said. “We get out of our comfort zones,” she said. “The theme was international diversity.” One day the students took a mock citizenship test, and they were surprised. “We live here but we didn’t know all the answers.” “It’s important for people to realize how hard it is to become a citizen,” Durham said. “What it means to these people, what it should mean for us, living here as American citizens.” Each new citizen had a Brentwood student as a chaperone, who took the new citizens from the auditorium to the reception with homemade goodies. Brentwood freshman, Ben Moran, was a chaperone for a new citizen from Somalia. “It’s fun to ...
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'She should be playing with dolls, it's shocking': Colombian girl, 10, gives ... - Daily Mail
Google News - almost 5 years
Daily Mail 'She should be playing with dolls, it's shocking': Colombian girl, 10, gives ... Daily Mail By Lee Moran A 10-year-old Colombian girl has sparked outrage after becoming one of the world's youngest ever mothers by giving birth to a healthy daughter. The girl, a member of the northern indigenous Wayuu tribe in the La Guajira Peninsula, ... Ten-year-old Colombian girl gives birthNew York Daily News Colombian girl, 10, gives birth to baby girlTelegraph.co.uk Children Having Babies: 10 Year Old Colombian Girl LatesteMaxHealth Examiner.com -Houston Chronicle (blog) -ABC News (blog) all 62 news articles »
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Events - September 1 onwards - ChesterChronicle.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
CHESTER: From The Cradle to the Grave - join local historian Len Morgan for a nostalgic slideshow recalling the days of the City Hospital and the Royal Infirmary at Chester History and Heritage at 1.30pm. Admission £3.50, concessions £2.50
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Deputy Director appointed at St. John's AGM - Southgate Amateur Radio Club
Google News - over 5 years
Atlantic Director Everett Price, VO1DK, took advantage of the recent AGM in St. John's Newfoundland to announce the appointment of Len Morgan, VE9MY, to the newly created position of Deputy Director for the Atlantic Region
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Events - What's on - July 14 onwards - Flintshire Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
... of Overleigh Cemetery - from the Bubblegum Girl to Father Christmas, from Mary Jonas (mother of 33 children) to the wretched Edward Langtry, discover the tombs and gravestones in this Victorian cemetery with local historian Len Morgan from 2pm
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Shops Founded on the Prophet Motive
NYTimes - over 16 years
IF all else fails, I can always turn this into an after-hours gambling club,'' Richard Keith Langham said mischievously. The poker crowd may have to wait while Mr. Langham, an Alabama-born interior designer, wagers on his own future. Last week, he opened a 4,000-square-foot showroom on East 60th Street that is part Englishman's drawing room, part
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Ideas From Paris, Verdant and Rich
NYTimes - over 17 years
AN exhibition called La Maison Colbert in Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal offers a very abstract sense of October in Paris. There, the art of trompe l'oeil is thriving in the third dimension. The hall is decked out like a Paris courtyard, around which are 11 rooms featuring vignettes by retailers like Hermes, Van Cleef & Arpels and
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'Honey, They Stole the Birdbath'
NYTimes - over 19 years
I HAVE to admit the thieves had good taste,'' said Jim Shaughnessy of St. Louis, whose ornate marble birdbath, carved with the faces of such unlikely bath-time companions as Plato, Aristotle and Socrates and worth $10,000, was one of 61 garden ornaments discovered by the police in a U-Haul trailer near Lake Placid, N.Y. If birds are finding fewer
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Len Morgan
  • 2005
    Age 82
    Died in 2005.
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  • 1999
    Age 76
    In his last "Vectors" column in 1999, Len closed with a reflection on his bond with the readers. 'So, good friends, it was good knowing all of you.
    More Details Hide Details Goodbye, wherever you are.'" http://www.flyingmag.com/article.asp?section_id=11&article_id=559&page_number=1 Morgan married Margaret, in the early 1940s. They have two children: son Terry, and daughter Kathy. Len was the brother of David P. Morgan, editor of Trains magazine. "The way I see it, you can either work for a living or you can fly airplanes. Me, I'd rather fly." "An airplane might disappoint any pilot, but it'll never surprise a good one." "Watching the Dallas Cowboys perform, it is not difficult to believe that coach Tom Landry flew four-engine bombers during World War II. He was in B-17 Flying Fortresses out of England, they say. His cautious, conservative approach to every situation and the complexity of the plays he sends in do seem to reflect the philosophy of a pilot trained to doggedly press on according to plans laid down before takeoff. I sometimes wonder how the Cowboys would have fared all these years had Tom flown fighters in combat situations which dictated continually changing tactics."
  • 1949
    Age 26
    He attended college following the war and continued flying for the Kentucky National Guard, one of whose P-51 Mustangs he "borrowed" to go to a short-notice job interview with the young Braniff International Airways in Dallas in 1949.
    More Details Hide Details Morgan flew for Braniff for a 33 year career. He rose to the captaincy of every aircraft type the airline flew during that period, from the Douglas DC-3 to the Boeing 747. During and after his airline career, Morgan wrote over 30 books and hundreds of magazine articles on a wide variety of aviation subjects. His monthly column, "Vectors," was a prominent feature of Flying magazine for over 20 years. An accomplished storyteller, he wrote not only of airplanes but also shared gentle wisdom about the people and experiences he encountered over his flying career. Richard L. Collins, former editor of Flying magazine, eulogized, "Morgan was as eloquent as anything ever published in Flying...
  • 1941
    Age 18
    Morgan was born in Indiana and graduated high school in Kentucky in spring, 1941, whereupon he left for Canada to volunteer for the Royal Canadian Air Force.
    More Details Hide Details After the attack on Pearl Harbor and the U.S.' entry into World War II, he transferred to the United States Army Air Forces in Egypt and flew in Africa and the Middle East.
  • 1923
    Age 0
    Born in 1923.
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