Then the pilot stood the L-5 on its wing and made a 180 degree turn.
The pilot stood up and wiped his hands on a rag.
The pilot stepped out and stood by the open door.
The pilot and copilot were standing next to the open door.
The pilot opened the door and stood to one side.
The pilot was unbuckling himself and standing up, without taking his eyes off the scene outside.
The pilot stood looking after them, feeling unaccountably lost, though she could not have said for certain why.
As the pilots stood by waiting to take off, Johnson called with a change in rules.
The pilot stood, and walked back into the passenger cabin.