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1743Re: Jami Clayman AKA "Hollywood"

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  • Wm Clayman
    Sep 29, 2013
      Mike,

      Jami is currently working as a director/producer for AAFES where she produces television programming as well as
      commercials for the Exchange Network operating on each Army and USAF base. The modern Exchange is more
      like Wal-Mart than many of you may remember when you served. Jami lives in the DFW Metroplex.

      In the film and television industry nothing stays the same for long. AAFES has been a good learning experience for
      Jami, who previously worked for American Airlines, three television production companies in the DFW Metro and a
      couple of syndicated television series.

      Prior to the positions she was assigned at AAFES everyone working for Jami were "at will" employees. As you are
      aware, government operations and employees work within a tenure environment akin to military service. In the film
      and television industry the closest to this are individual unions comprising crafts who work for the producer at the
      producer's will... :)

      Jami has been very successful in her film and syndicated television career. The OBA membership was instrumental
      support while she was producing her Grad School thesis film. After all, if it were not for the membership, Jami would
      not have been able to produce "One Tough Ride": The Story Of The OV-10 Bronco.

      Ed Clayman
      Hollywood's Dad
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2013 3:23 PM
      Subject: Re: OBA Member Reuben Best NAA YOV-10D Project Mgr. 1st Flight Of D Model [1 Attachment]

      Wondered what happened to Jamie.

      So she gave up career in film to join the burgeoning new "female priesthood" industry.  Holy Sh--!

      s/f
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      On Sat, Sep 28, 2013 at 9:18 PM, Wm Clayman <wmclayman@...> wrote:
       
      [Attachment(s) from Wm Clayman included below]

      Reuben Best (white jacket standing beside of 155395), NAA YOV-10D project manager, with 155395 as it is prepared for its first flight at the original NAA facility in Columbus.

      Ed Clayman
      Holywood's Dad




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