Not many people know this,
but I flew with Tuck and Galland

To be truthful it wasn't 1940. It was forty years later! Coincidentally, all three of us were on the same aircraft returning to Houston after the Confederate Air Force Airsho 80 at Harlingen, Texas. Traditionally, a first class menu would have been an appropriate vehicle for such distinguished signatures but such luxuries did not exist on Southwest Airlines and a paper napkin was the best alternative. In response to my apology for offering up such a mundane item, one of these gentlemen graciously remarked that it was appropriate.