And a close-up of one of the flight maps. Part of preparing a flight is figuring out what path the flight should take from point A to point B, and he uses a map like this to do that.
* * * *And on a completely unrelated note, this is a letter that I got from my grandparents the other day. Mailed January 16th, arrived here February 7th. Not bad for a letter that was:
Um... what? I blurred out the addresses, here it is larger in case you can't see it in the other picture:
It's true that France and Malaysia are in the same general area... oh wait. No, they aren't. Maybe it's because "France" written out looks like "Malaysia"? No, that can't be it. I don't know, any USPS employees care to try to explain this one?
But here's what I'm really wondering. This happens often enough that they have a STAMP for it?!?