WHARTON--As the recent terrorist attack struck the Pentagon and New York's World Trade Center, Texas pilot Jim Folks was where one would have expected him to be--in the air, enjoying the peaceful solitude and quiet satisfaction of a job he's been doing for more than two decades. Never caught up in the romantic notion of the nomadic barnstormer historically associated with his profession, he's often explained to family and friends how life under the radar, both literally and figuratively, has suited him just fine. Folks has been a crop duster since age 20, flying the past 14 years for Bay City-based Ag... More >>>
Texas Agricultural Aviation Association
Crop dusters are flying again, albeit with a new set of post-terror attack regulations.