Interesting, but,... interesting. Back in the late 60's, UAL had purchased a concession from the US Gummit for rights to fly to the moon. A PAA point- take a look at the co-pilot. Well, guess I should say F/O, as just before that time, UAL had changed the voacabulary from co-pilot to First Officer and from F/E to Second Officer. They also devised the "flight deck" as compared to the cockpit. There was a reason for this, tho, UAL had concieved the idea of CRM and was using it at least by the mid sixties. Anyway, in the the photo is the First Officer. Typical. Almost old enough to retire. New hire pilots din't want to go with Pan Am because they were a stagnant company. You didn't have seniority to move over to the left seat until, well- close to retirement. Mexicana was almost as bad. Airline flying in the 50's, 60's, and very early 70's was a great job. Probably the best you could have. However, having to be a "career F/O" had to be a terrible position. lr.