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FBI and IRS agents executed sealed search and seizure warrants Monday and Tuesday at Pilot Flying J headquarters in Knoxville, TN as part of an investigation into one of the largest family-owned ...
Two others convicted in the scheme have also filed appeals for new trials based on the recordings. Pilot Flying J is controlled by the family of Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and former ...
According to an affidavit the FBI filed in federal court Thursday, gas and convenience store chain Pilot Flying J engaged in fraud for more than five years, and billionaire CEO Jimmy Haslam ...
This Army helicopter pilot kept flying for 5 hours despite being shot during a raid on ISIS
Knoxville’s Up Next. Our shared home with some of the nation’s largest brands like Discovery Networks, Regal Cinemas, Bush’s Beans, Pilot Flying J and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville is one of the country’s best mixes of creative urban energy and outdoor experiences.
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A balloon was originally any aerostat, while the term airship was used for large, powered aircraft designs – usually fixed-wing. In 1919 Frederick Handley Page was reported as referring to "ships of the air," with smaller passenger types as "Air yachts." In the 1930s, large intercontinental flying boats were also sometimes referred to as "ships of the air" or "flying-ships".