Friday, April 2, 2010

Missionary Flights International (MFI) Double Engine Removal

Missionary Flights International (MFI) DC3 Engine Removal from Paul Jones on Vimeo.

Myself and three other missionaries from MMS went up to Kidron, OH yesterday in order to remove two turboprop engines (jet engine driving propellers) from a WWII era DC3 aircraft. It took only nine hours to remove the engines. In a couple weeks, the same team will go to Florida to install these engines on the same type aircraft. That plane will be used by Missionary flights International (MFI) to serve Haiti and the Dominican Republic.


Derek said...

Paul, it's Derek from back in your airline days. I'm glad to see the progress you are making toward the place God is taking you. It also brings me great joy to see the fact that you are using the experiences presented in that journey to the glory of the Lord.

Scott G said...

Paul this vid rocks! I want to be just like you when I grow up...however unlikely that may be. Good footage, good over all shoot and happy music. I feel like I was there! Nice job. In Christ Scotty G

Dennis Garretson said...

Paul, You do a very good job with your videos. I have seen many of them for the past year or so and have been very impressed. You do a great job at describing the situations and and explaining what is being done. Your natural talent for acting is impressive. I hope to be able to visit MMS soon and spend some time with you.
Dennis Garretson