Thirty-some years ago, when the FAA was actually paying me to go to Griffin, Georgia, and fly Bob McSwiggan’s DC-3, I heard about this larger-than-life guy named Stan Brock. To hear people talk, he was Ernie Gann, Indiana Jones and Mother Teresa wrapped up into one. A famous, handsome, adventurous Brit living like a monk, giving up considerable fame and fortune to help the indigenous Wapishana tribe in southern Guyana? C’mon! But I’d learn Stan was the real deal and his brainchild — Remote Area Medical — was flying relief missions in a DC-3 owned by my friend Mike Hogan, on loan to Stan for just that. Nearly 30 years later, it (and other airplanes) are still on loan to RAM.