Any Trustees or Staff by name – P.O. Box 1916, Columbus, NM 88029
Land Line: 575-519-1100 (answered by Dr. Kathleen Martin, July McClure or Ric Lambart)
CELL: FASF Mobile Phone number may be provided by specific Request.
Physical Address, National Headquarters Office
103 W. Broadway (SW Corner of Main and Broadway), Columbus, NM 88029
email@example.com (or leave comments directly on site, where provided)
Ric Lambart, Email: ric@FirstAeroSquadron.com or ric-FASF@lambart.net
Website Reporters & Aerodrome Staff (Alphabetically Listed by First Names):
Bob Wright, Airfield Security Chief and Drone Videographer, Columbus, NM
Charlie Overstreet, U.S. Military Aviation News Reporter and Advisor, El Paso, TX
Dave Donchess, SW NM Area FASF Photographer, Deming, NM
Doc Edwards, SW New Mexico Area FASF Photographer, Columbus, New Mexico
Dr. Armando Maldonado, SW NM Area Graphics Contributor, Palomas, Chihuahua, Mexico
Eric Lambart, FASF Technical Advisor & National News Reporter, Portland, OR
Gene Savino, West Coast Technical Advisor & Consultant, San Diego, CA
Jerry Dixon, U.S. Military Aviation News Reporter and Advisor, El Paso, TX
July McClure, Aerodrome Newsletter Editor, Email: July@vtc.net – Columbus, NM
Jim Davis, FASF Historian East Coast USA Reporter & Videographer, Washington DC area
John Deuble – Author-Historian. Site & Aerodrome Contributor/Reviewer, ABQ, NM
Kathleen Martin, PhD, Assistant Aerodrome Editor + Article Contributor, Deming, NM
Ken Emery – FASF Historian and Aerodrome Contributing Author, Columbus, NM
Mike Florey – FASF Resident Photographer, Videographer & Stunt Pilot, Columbus, NM
Nancy Welz Aldrich, Capt. Aviation Writer, Reporter & Editorial Contributor, TX
Peter Westacott, Aviation Artist, Consultant, Airshow Mgmt. & Promotion, Great Britain
Virg Hemphill, Daedalian, U.S. Military Aviation News Reporter and Advisor, El Paso, TX
Warren Talbot, SW NM Area & Continental U.S. Drone Videographer, Roaming all States
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It may only be reproduced without FASF permission for “Fair Use” purposes under the terms and within the meaning of the U.S. Copyright Law’s Doctrine of “Fair Use.”♦
Since the FASF is a not-for-profit organization, it has no direct interest in gaining financially from ownership of its intellectually created copyrighted content, but rather holds ownership under copyright law in order to constructively manage and control – and protect (from misuse) – such works from abusive or otherwise detrimental purposes.
In summary, this website’s contents and creative materials may be used without FASF’s specific approval if such use is neither malicious in nature or employed for any financially profitable purposes. If FASF creative copyrighted material is otherwise used for purposes outside the terms of the “Fair Use” Doctrine, the FASF requests you first obtain the approval of this Website’s Webmaster, who can readily be contacted by email or by telephone, as shown above on this page.
Please be advised, that as a non-profit historical and educational foundation, the FASF would deeply appreciate any and all offers to pay for the use of its proprietary creative website materials, although no remuneration is required, providing the use is for constructive historical, educational, illustrative or informational purposes.
♦ U.S. Code Title 17 § 107 Copyright Law
FASF COPYRIGHT POLICY & DISCLAIMER
[U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW AND THE “FAIR USE” DOCTRINE]
“FAIR USE” NOTICE
This website sometimes contains copyrighted materials, the use of which may in some cases not be authorized by the copyright owner(s).
The FASF is a registered and licensed Non-Profit 501(c)(3) educational and charitable foundation, a corporation which publishes various materials, including news, and other topics which may contain copyrighted images and videos to which it neither holds title nor a usage license.
Because such use by the FASF is for the sole purpose of educating and informing the general public of either historical or other educational and/or informationally related topics and events, such copyright use by this site is legally authorized under the “Fair Use Doctrine” as set forth in U.S. Code 17, Section 107.
If any visitor to this FASF website intends to otherwise use such non-FASF owned copyrighted materials or media in a manner that goes beyond “fair use,” please understand that such visitor must first obtain permission from the copyright’s owner or agent. If the FASF has such information, it will readily provide it.
Fair use notwithstanding, the FASF will nevertheless readily comply with any copyright owner’s request or demand to: (1) remove or modify* their material or media; or (2), create a link to the owner’s website (if this has not already been done); or (3), add the owner’s photo, Gravatar, or logo in proximity to their material as a form of identifying them as the copyright’s originator.
* In respect to (1) above, if the FASF believes that a requested modification of copyrighted material would in any way be in conflict with its own ethical standards or integrity, it will choose to simply remove the subject material from the FASF site.