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Posted: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 5:00 pm

It is fitting that the memory of the late Carl Cochran will live on at the Washington Regional Airport in the form of dedicating the ready room in the administration building to him as a training center. Tributes were given to the aviation master pilot who managed the airport for about 15 years during ceremonies at the airport Saturday afternoon.

Carl was the type of man who because of his wide experiences as an aviator could tell one story after another. People who knew him could relate many stories about Carl. He left a lasting impression. He in many ways was a man of another era when aviation grew up.

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