We're all proud of you dad. I know you aren't here to see our happy faces, but we truly are proud of you. I'm glad that he is my father, James Thomas Moore. Head department of AFIT before he died. I thought I'd let you guys know. It used to be the student award at AFIT, but they changed its name in honor of him. He was a good man. Maybe one of the last gentlemen left alive. Plus there's going to be an engraving picture of my dad at AFIT. It will be the first one in a long time. I think they said 6 or 5 years. I'm not trying to brag, but I thought I'd let you know what's been on my mind. I remember how he got a lifetime achievement award on October 26th before he died (died on November 15th) of his CJD (look it up please you understand it better. its hard for me to explain). He couldn't come so my mom, sister, and I went. It was at the WPAFB (Wright Patterson Air Force Base) Air Force museum. My mom said that I was going to go get the award for him. I was happy too, but scared I might cry. I didn't but my mom and sister were when dad's friend who was saying stuff for dad asked for the people he taught and worked with to stand up. Almost all of the crowd stood up. He did good in this world.