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Anne instructs skiing in COAuthor of Groundbreaker:  Coming of Age in the First Class of Women at the United States Air Force Academy (Formerly represented by Rachelle Gardner at Books & Such Literary Agency.)

Past Member of the Board at Janes Stories Press Foundation.

Retired Air Force Pilot; flew C-141s, C-12s, VC-137, and C-21s.

Current Pilot in the  Citation Excel CE-560 XL for a major Private Jet Company.

Snow Ski Instructor at the Winter Park Ski and Ride School–available for private and group lessons! Please phone the Winter Park Private Lesson Desk at 970.726.1554 during the season, or e-mail private_lessons@winterparkresort.com to book your day-of private lesson!

About the Banner Photo:  My mother took this photo of the Air Force C-21 (Learjet 35) that I flew into Santa Fe Municipal Airport, NM, for an airshow in 1994.

Do you wish to contact me but feel uncomfortable leaving a comment? Two options: 1) search for “Anne Martin Fletcher” on Facebook and send me a private message, or 2) email me at USAFA80Lady(at)gmail(dot)com    Replace the (at) and (dot) with the appropriate symbols. I benefit from hearing your opinion!

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  1. Hi, nice to meet you !

  2. Nice to meet you, too. It looks like you sell electronic versions of Classic books.

  3. Hi, Anne.
    I would love to read your book about the first class of women at USAFA! Best to you in keeping this project going! I will enjoy reading your blog now that I have looked it up. Have a super day! BT

  4. Thank you, Barb! I will be reading from my manuscript and diary at our reunion on Thursday from 3:30-4:00 and Friday morning from 08:30- 09:00 (bagels included).

  5. […] About Posted by: annemartinfletcher | January 2, 2011 […]

  6. Seeing your AF experience, you might know Drew Haines or Chip Sharon? I flew C-12F’s for the 58th MAS at Ramstein AB, GE, in 90-93…

  7. I’m anxious to read about about your experiences and learn from them and I’m glad you like “We Thought We’d Live Forever…” that’s when I learned how a love and a spirit don’t end just because of a death…the love and spirit continue…


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