Shane McNair
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Shane McNair

Adrenaline addicted pursuit pilot, Male, from Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone

Shane McNair was last seen:
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone
    Occupation:
    combat pilot
    Furaffinity Page:
    www.furaffinity.net/user/shanemcnair
    Gender:
    Male
    Species:
    canine - border collie
    The year is 1937. It is the age of the airplane, and the age of a new breed of pioneers. Aviation has emerged from its infancy and the science
    of powered flight is advancing in leaps and bounds. Records are being set, records are being broken, and aircraft are continually flying higher,
    faster, and farther than ever before. It is a time when massive airships sail through the clouds and dominate the skies. It is an age of speed,
    courageous daring, and limitless possibility. The intrepid pilots and their machines are leading the way through the Twentieth Century
    and into the future. They are the celebrated legends of their time.


    Shane McNair never had any grand visions of fame or glory, and certainly never considered himself a hero. In the austere decade of the
    dirty thirties, he is content to be getting by on the modest pay and allowances of a lieutenant in a cash-strapped, peacetime Army Air Corps.
    However, with the prospect of a change in scenery and a bit more adventure, an opportunity to transfer to the Panama Canal Zone is hard to resist.
    But in the sultry tropics of Latin America, trouble is brewing. Soon, McNair will be thrust into conflict with an unknown and unpredictable enemy.
    On a journey that will take him from the exotic, sun-drenched beaches of the Caribbean, to the perilous jungles of southern Colombia, to the
    mysterious, uncharted Guiana highlands of Venezuela, McNair will find more danger, difficulty, and triumph than he ever bargained for.
    Along the way, he will secure his place in the annals of aviation history.


    Shane Emerson McNair
    2nd Lt.
    Service No. AO14 325

    06/15/1932:
    Enlisted in US Army.

    08/18/1932:
    Entered US Army basic training at Fort Thomas, Kentucky.

    11/14/1932:
    Entered US Army Aviation Cadet Training Program, Randolph Field, Texas for basic and primary flight training.

    07/17/1933:
    Advanced flight training, Kelly Field, Texas. Received pilot rating and commission as Second Lieutenant upon graduation.

    11/30/1933:
    Pursuit pilot, assigned to 20th Pursuit Group, Barksdale Field, Louisiana.

    08/17/1937:
    Transferred to 16th Pursuit Group, Albrook Field, Panama Canal Department.