The rise of the Non-sked began after World War II when former fighter pilots wanted to continue to fly so they bought surpluse aircraft. Not all could make it as passanger airlines, so many flew cargo or gained contracts with the government.
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A Cold War Plane Lifts Ukrainians in Cargo Market

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Condor 2

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Crossing the Lines on Silent Wings

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Demand High for Vintage Warbirds

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Great Lakes Airlines World War II

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How the Great War on War Surplus Got Won- or Lost

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Letters From Ralph Cox

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Maines Stake in the War

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Major Al Williams

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Matthew Rodina Jr to Richard Neumann

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Matthew Rodina Jr to Richard Neumann Letter

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More Lessons From Airlift

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Raid On Pearl Harbor

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Summary of MATS Policies

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The General and his Elephant

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The Generals Elephant

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The UN's Humanitarian Airlift

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The Warbirds for Peace Program

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War Profiteers- Nonskeds all

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Whose War is This

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