The Mooney returned from Bolivia (as pictured on the left) a little bit tired. So tired, in fact, that the GMI aviators agreed that this lovely little airplane would be used no longer as a mission plane but would be sold with the profits going toward purchasing and/or equipping a Cessna 182 for Bolivia.
DJ washed the engine down before beginning the annual inspection.
|Here Josh is balancing the newly painted aileron.|
|Excitement and a mess while bleeding the brakes|
Please pray with us for the donation of five Cessna 182P aircraft by the end of January. The GMI fleet really needed some TLC and re-organization. We have done what we can to sell unusable aircraft owned by GMI and pray that we can find replacements that will be safe and a blessing to the people in the countries where they are operating. There is still more work to do - a couple airplanes to sell in Guyana, annual inspections and sales of a couple planes in Bolivia, finishing equipping the 182Q that we worked on last winter, and attending to a handful of planes in various stages of mission field "readiness" around the States - all needing attention. Pray for workers and for God's blessing on our efforts! Thanks for your prayers and support!