Crop duster still enjoys his work after more than 40 years

04/9/2012 | Albany Herald (Ga.), The

Lt. John A. Macready pioneered the art of crop dusting in Ohio in 1921. Today, crop dusting uses state-of-the-art equipment such as aircraft equipped with GPS. J.D. Scarborough, a crop duster in Georgia, has worked in the field for more than four decades. "I enjoy working and I got no day set to retire," Scarborough said. "As long as I can do a good job I'll be right here."

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