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Of interest to sailor / pilots by Roger Long
I just had the strange experience of reading two books that discuss events I was professionally involved with. I never thought I would see a book, let alone two, in which I had my own index entry with several pages listed. If you like good sea stories, you might enjoy these books which discuss...
August 13th 04 12:28 PM
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Wrong pilot detained for TFR violation by gatt
"C J Campbell" wrote in message Actually, some people who have been detained and accused of belonging to al Qaeda, plotting various terrorist acts and even fighting on behalf of al Qaeda and the Taliban are American citizens. This has raised...
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August 13th 04 09:03 AM
by Jack Go to last post
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Blue Angels Frequencies by Sky King
Anybody know what freq(s) the Blue Angels use air-to-air/air-to-ground? -0- Sky AMEL, Cessna 310B
August 13th 04 04:38 AM
by PhyrePhox Go to last post
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GA Life near Manhattan by Marty Ross
I'll be moving to Manhattan from Los Angeles (does it get any more extreme?) next month. Any advice or relevant anecdotes out there to help me gather some leads about continuing my flying hobby from there? I've been renting (in L.A.) - usually from the FBO where I did my training. I'm IFR rated...
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August 13th 04 04:23 AM
by RjL Go to last post
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Route Advice? KGEU (Phoenix) -> KEMT (Los Angeles) by Eclipsme
Winds can be high through the pass, from the west. Expect lower groundspeed. Oh yes, keep your head on a swivel! It should be a good flight! Harvey "Scott Schluer" wrote in message news:[email protected] Thanks for the tip on expecting to...
August 13th 04 04:15 AM
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Student Seeking XC Advice by Jay Beckman
Hi All... I'm planning my Long XC and wanted to ask if anyone could offer any tips or a "head's up" regarding this route: First Leg: Chandler Muni (KCHD) Gila Bend VOR (GBN) V94 VICKO
August 13th 04 03:52 AM
by Mike Adams Go to last post
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Hurricane by jfp
Hi any of you pilots heard how the 2 carribean hurricanes are progressing and are they likely to hit the Bahamas regards Frank
August 12th 04 10:58 PM
by Hankal Go to last post
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Good Stories about Plane Purchases by Jon Kraus
I am looking into purchasing my own plane... I think that I am pretty aware of the costs (as much as a non-owner can be). I would like to hear from those of you who have had a good experience with a plane purchase. I have the bad experience posts also. My guess is that the good will outweigh the...
August 12th 04 10:29 PM
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Taxi instructions by Richard Russell
Went to RDG the other day because it had been too long since I went to a towered field and I needed the radio practice. I was directed to fly right base to 36 and landed uneventfully. Upon landing, the tower asked my intentions. I told them that I would like to taxi back for take-off and...
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August 12th 04 10:26 PM
by Steven P. McNicoll Go to last post
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Golf Cart Tugs by Ashton
Does anyone have any experience towing their airplane with a golf cart? I'm thinking about mounting a ball on the front of a golf cart to move my Bonanza in and out of the hangar. Many thanks. Ashton
August 12th 04 03:03 PM
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EAA B-17 by Ron Natalie
"Marty Shapiro" wrote in message According to NTSB 830.5 (a) the only accidents with "substantial damage" are reportable. NTSB 830.2 defines "substantial damage" and specifically states "Engine failure or damage limited to an engine if only one engine...
August 12th 04 04:08 AM
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Setting up for an approach by C Kingsbury
"Brad Z" wrote in message news:[email protected]_s51... With my students, I do WIRE, along with CTMM I've never heard those before, but my CFII taught me to do the "5 Ts" as we cross the FAF: Time: Start your timer no matter the type of approach Turn: Make...
August 12th 04 01:09 AM
by Brad Z Go to last post
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crash in the rockies? by dave
Sorry I don't know more. A friend of mine's business partner lost his brother and another passenger in a crash in the rockies. Only the two of them were on board. I'm told it happened within the last few days. Sounds like they flew into terrain at 11,000'. The pilot was in his early thirties. ...
August 11th 04 11:46 PM
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Offline way to find Wifi Hotspots for Internet access by Riverwalk Mobile
We've relaunched our WiFi Hotspot Directory which is accessible via Tablets, Palms, PocketPCs and even iPods. If people want to receive the monthly updates, they simply sign up at www.riverwalkmobile.com , it's free. And we don't sell or rent our subscriber list. The only email from us subscribers...
August 11th 04 11:42 PM
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Icing by David Megginson
C J Campbell wrote: Descending out of a layer of freezing rain does not likely to work because the cold layer may go all the way to the ground and the water will not have formed ice pellets before reaching the ground. That was an excellent posting, but I'd just like to add that descending...
August 11th 04 10:35 PM
by C Kingsbury Go to last post
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Collision in New Jersey by Mark Astley
The 150 was indeed from Caldwell and the PA28 was from Lincoln Park. The reporting on this one has been pretty lousy so far, both from aviation and non-aviation sources. Initially, someone from the FAA reported that there were five fatalities, with one survivor apparently trapped in the 150. That...
August 11th 04 08:53 PM
by Alan Gerber Go to last post
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Difficult Strips by C J Campbell
It is all relative. A 5000 foot paved runway that is 150 feet wide can be challenging to a 747 pilot.
August 11th 04 08:04 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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The further adventures of Dr. Hacksaw by Dan Luke
Dr. H. is a local physician/pilot whose exploits have made him notorious in the aviation community. He received his nickname for sawing the bent prop tips off his Mooney after "nearly" landing it gear up. He then flew it home, and the next day flew it to a repair shop. Since then his legend has...
August 11th 04 07:30 PM
by John Galban Go to last post
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Have you ever seen/made such a flying handcraft? by Larry Dighera
On 7 Aug 2004 01:16:13 -0700, (Qingpei Hu) wrote in :: Have you seen any craft that could fly by flapping his wings? especially one with light, and tiny body, like paper... I am consiering whether I could make one by...
August 11th 04 06:43 PM
by Paul Sengupta Go to last post
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Aviation Purchase Spreadsheets by PaulH
Jon Kraus wrote in message ... I know that there are several people that have really nice spreadsheets that they used for purchasing their airplane. Can someone guide me to one? Thanks!! Jon Kraus PP-ASEL-IA (Looking...
August 11th 04 03:41 PM
by Dave Butler Go to last post
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