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Adrenalin rush by Wizard of Draws
September 17, 2004 1:00 1.3 hrs. (.2 actual) It was an overcast morning that cleared somewhat to scattered clouds around 5 and 6 thousand. Steve M. and I had plans to get a little actual on the way to Thompson-Mcduffie (KHQU), and possibly log an approach or two. After I filed and pre-flighted, we...
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September 29th 05 08:55 AM
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Aera 510 problems by Stinky Feet
I have a problem with my Aera 510 freezing intermittently usually but not always on start up. I get to the initial Garmin logo and that's as far as I get. The only way to fix it is to remove the battery for 8 hours or so and try again. It happens intermittently and I can't relate it to...
May 28th 12 11:36 PM
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Aeronautical Technology by patu
Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth of your carrier. http://aeronatical.blogspot.com
May 14th 08 09:43 AM
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Aerospace Engineering Schools by Fallon47
My son would like to major in aeronautical or aerospace engineering in college. He wants to be an aerodynamicist. He is mainly interested in aerodynamics of fixed-wing aircraft. Many schools have an aerospace major, but seem to be focused more on the "space" side. He has very little interest...
May 2nd 04 09:47 PM
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Aerostar crash by Marius Cronje
A US registered Aerostar lost radar contact 20 mins before landing yesterday afternoon. The wreckage was found today, scattered over a wide area. All 5 occupants were killed. SACAA started with an in depth investigation. Severe rain and CB activity was reported at the time when contact was lost
January 19th 05 07:07 PM
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AF/D info available online? by Sydney Hoeltzli
Is AF/D info available for download online? Thanks, Sydney
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July 30th 03 03:20 AM
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AF/D's and NOTAM by Andrew Sarangan
I am curious how many of you routinely consult the AF/D prior to every IFR flight. The reason is, a well known FAA inspector at a recent safety seminar commented that those little green books were not of much use anymore, and that most pilots simply don't use them. I was surprised, because I've...
January 19th 04 09:19 PM
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AFSS Clearance Delivery by Stan Prevost
Does anyone know of a consolidated list of AFSS Clearance Delivery telephone numbers? Stan
January 4th 05 04:43 PM
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AFSS clearance delivery by Dan Luke
In the back of the A/FD there are special phone numbers published to be used for calling AFSS's to get an IFR clearance. I was completely unaware of this until last Sunday, when I called for a void time leaving Cross City, FL. The specialist said he'd be glad to help me, "...but next time please...
February 9th 04 12:56 AM
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AFTN System Access??? Need to Send/Receive a Few AFTN messages by NW_Pilot
Anyone know about the Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network (AFTN) and places that will send / receive a AFTN message for obtaining over flight clearance and providing notifications etc. I am in Portland, OR and would like some place local to do all this I am trying to save a little...
October 7th 11 02:29 PM
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AH-64 Apache Review by eco_man[_2_]
Thought my fellow aviation enthusiasts might be interested in this article and possibly this website. http://www.aviationearth.com/ah-64-apache-on-the-war-path/
January 29th 09 10:37 PM
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AIP Question by Ross[_2_]
I have a question regarding the rings shown on some charts and not others. They are a dashed ring and are labeled "FEEDER FACILITIES" and/or "ENROUTE FACILITIES". The may not be on all charts nor both on the same chart. For example http://naco.faa.gov/d-tpp/0801/06000LD15.PDF. I tried the...
February 4th 08 05:41 PM
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Air controller fatigue linked to accidents by Mxsmanic
See http://us.cnn.com/2007/US/04/10/controller.fatigue/index.html -- Transpose mxsmanic and gmail to reach me by e-mail.
April 18th 07 09:23 PM
by Fubar Go to last post
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Air Safety at risk by Unqualified FAA Management by Peterpan
In 1837, Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen, wrote a wonderful fairy tale which he titled The Emperor's New Clothes. It may be the very first example of the power of political correctness. It is the story of the Ruler of a distant land who was so enamored of his appearance (FAA MANAGEMENT)...
February 24th 05 01:00 PM
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2 Attachment(s) Air Safety in America at risk by AntiSocialist
The FAA is losing hundreds of controllers and Radar/ILS/Communication technicians each month They are not being backfilled But, the FAA is promoting homosexuality and gay pride and forcing their employees to accept perversion in the workplace and hiring unqualified welfare to work blacks in the...
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November 30th 04 02:58 AM
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Air Safety in Jeopardy by PlanetJ
Air Safety should not go to the lowest bidder. Please contact your representative and tell them Air Safety is not for sell. For all of you who fly, remember, it is important enough that your luggage be screened by federal employees. But apparently NOT important enough that the people who inspect...
August 9th 03 04:46 PM
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Air Safety Issue? by WhatEver
October 23rd 06 12:12 PM
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Air safety priorities at the DOT and FAA by JJ
The current "politically correct" priorities at the DOT and FAA. The FAA is cutting safety positions and running off good qualified people every day but our DOT chief is more worried about National Fag month. Think about that the next time you are in the fog and clouds. Your Government and tax...
June 28th 04 04:10 AM
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Air Tour Virtual Meeting by Jim
I'm asking everyone in the group to please take the time to visit the FAA site and post a comment or two on the proposed National Air Tour Safety Standards Public Meeting. I was just there and disappointed in the lack of comments. http://www1.faa.gov/avr/arm/rulemakingforum.cfm?nav=part -- Jim...
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March 17th 04 02:57 AM
by Rick Pellicciotti Go to last post
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air2air.net update by Mike Alpha
Here are some new shots on my website. This time You can see some ex-Polish Air Force MiG-15UTI based now in Mohave, California and TS-11 Iskra from Phoenix, Arizona. Beside this some Warsaw Police Department Bell 206, new Orlik and Iskras Demo Teams shots with outstanding Orlik and MiG-29 low...
June 7th 04 10:32 AM
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