Hey! God, Was That You?
Coincidences from over Five Thousand Flight Hours and Forty-Four Years
About the Book
In Hey! God, Was That You? author Ron Gluck, bush pilot and international relations liaison, glances back in time anecdotally revisiting flying, language gems, and conversation slices occurring from 1963 to 2007 in Papua New Guinea; Cameroon, Washington, D.C.; and New York City.
In this memoir, he narrates how he flew five thousand accident-free hours mostly in single- engine planes over uncharted mountainous terrain of Papua New Guinea and later in Cameroon—a safety he attributes to God’s grace and to quality aircraft maintenance by fellow JAARS specialists.
Hey! God, Was That You? asks, is not the living God, maker of heaven and earth, still involved in weather, ideas, timing, and answering prayers?
About the Author
Ron Gluck, a JAARS pilot, flew five thousand hours transporting linguists into remote areas of Papua New Guinea, and Cameroon between 1965 and 1981. At eighty-one, he reflects on more than forty-four years of unforgettable flight and international liaison coincidences. He and his wife, Ruth, live in Arlington, Virginia.