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- Untitled - LeTourneau University
- winner of the Candi Kubeck Award (top scoring female contestant) at the National . Intercollegiate Flying Association's SAFE-. CON National Competition.
- SAFECON 2000 OFFICIAL RESULTS
- Wally Funk Competition Safety Award sponsored by Wally Funk. ERAU - Daytona . Candi Kubek Award - sponsored by The NIFA Foundation.
- YUCK, WHAT'S THAT
- Contributed by Mike Kubeck. I wanted something in my eye protection Life Savers™ candy and Dum Dum™ suckers.
- INVESTOR'S REPORT
- Candi M Halbert. Scott D House. CEO.
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- “Families of airline victims must fight fading attention”
- Captain Candi Kubeck and First Officer Richard Hazen attempted to return to the Miami airport. But, at 2:14 p.m Flight 592 crashed west of Miami in Browns Farm Wildlife Management area in the Everglades.
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- Candi Kubeck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Candalyn Kubeck (May 10, 1961–May 11, 1996) was the captain of ValuJet Flight 592, which crashed in the Everglades.
- Candalyn "Candi" Kubeck
- Candi Kubeck was born in Hollywood, California, on May 10, 1961. She grew up in the San Diego area and started flying lessons while in high school.
- Aviation Mishaps and Misadventures - Fun Facts, Questions
- Candi Kubeck was the first female captain to die while piloting a commercial Valujet.
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