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Latest Ripon & Fisk (OSH) Updates by Jim Weir
The RST simplified versions of the Ripon Transition and Fisk Colored Approach plates have been updated and are available for download from www.rstengineering.com and then click on the Oshkosh 03 link. Jim Jim Weir (A&P/IA, CFI, & other good alphabet soup) VP Eng RST Pres. Cyberchapter ...
July 20th 03 10:59 PM
by Mike Adams Go to last post
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Noise abatement by C J Campbell
It has been hot and dry here in the Seattle area for the past few weeks (believe it or not). We have been doing a lot of pattern work at Tacoma Narrows and have had plenty of opportunity to see Wollochet Bay filled with jet skis, water skiers, etc. No doubt these are the same people who...
July 21st 03 12:45 AM
by Roger Halstead Go to last post
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Com noise by Hankal
Minor problem on my 2 com radios. If I have both (com 1 and com 2) on I have a squelch noise. If I place my hand on either radio the noise disappears. Most times I use Com 1 for transmitting and com 2 for ATIS listening. Any ideas? Hank N1441P
July 21st 03 12:54 AM
by Hankal Go to last post
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Mig-15 by Big John
This mornings 'rag' paper (Houston Chronicle) had an article headed: "PILOT CRASHES OLD MIG ON TAKEOFF" Pilot was flying to an Air Show at Bloomington, IN and stopped at Little Rock National Airport for fuel. On take-off lost power and was too far down R/W to stop, running off the end. quote
July 21st 03 04:10 AM
by David Kinsell Go to last post
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Ever Seen a "Lifter" fly? by G.R. Patterson III
Jay Honeck wrote: .... which you can enjoy between sips of your favorite adult beverage! Really? I thought all you stocked was beer? George Patterson The optimist feels that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist is afraid that he's correct. James Branch Cavel
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July 21st 03 04:17 AM
by Neal Go to last post
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Garmin 430 question by MLenoch
Is there a time (Zulu or UTC) display in the Garmin? The thought occurred to me that the GPS derives data from a satellite based clock signal or such and thus, time ought to be available......so I think (!). Thx, VL
July 21st 03 07:50 AM
by Thomas Borchert Go to last post
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What about THIS for a GPS? by Jay Honeck
Would it be possible to use something like this: http://makeashorterlink.com/?P29521555 (This is a link to a thin LCD screen for sale on Ebay) ....hooked up to a GPS receiver? Is there a way to output a GPS moving map to something like this? The price is certainly attractive... And -- if it...
July 21st 03 08:36 AM
by Nosegear Go to last post
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Question by Chris
I recently took a student pilot flying with me. He only has about 20 hours I was wondering if it's legal to let him take the controls being I'm only a private pilot. If so is there any possible way he could log this flight time we do together. I realize it can't be dual being I'm not...
July 21st 03 01:12 PM
by Larry Dighera Go to last post
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Antidepressants and 3rd Class Medical by Tim Howell
Last I knew all antidepressants were immediately disqualifying for any class of medical certificate. Is this still the case? If a pilot has a current 3rd class medical, and then begins taking antidepressants, I assume his certificate immediately becomes void. What is the process for re-obtaining...
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July 21st 03 03:36 PM
by Todd Pattist Go to last post
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Bonanza- Factory Air or After-Market? by Ashton
Anyone heard any complaints about the factory installed A/C units versus an after-market like the Keith Products model. (other than loss of horsepower.) Ashton
July 21st 03 06:19 PM
by Peter Duniho Go to last post
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BFR dual with lapsed medical by Corrie
If your medical is lapsed (but in the works - waiting on paperwork), can you log dual with a CFI towards a BFR? You're not a student pilot, but you can't exercise the privs of your PPL because of the expired medical. Is the CFI considered the PIC, or are you? Or do the FARs consider you a...
July 21st 03 07:30 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Canadian PPL Medicals by RJ
Call Transport Canada (877-855-4643) or a not too local TC authorized doctor. Without giving your real name, ask if what supporting documentation they need. Then see you regular doctor. The CARS say: - http://www.tc.gc.ca/aviation/regserv/carac/CARS/cars/t42402e.htm 3.8 The systolic and...
July 21st 03 07:41 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Oshkosh Get Together Question(s) by Jay Honeck
Well, Ladies & Gentlemen, we are rapidly approaching the "Big One". Mary and I are planning to "host" (and I mean that in the loosest possible way -- bring your own chair and some good beer) a rec.aviation get-together at our campsite in the North Forty on one night during the week. Whoever...
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July 21st 03 07:42 PM
by Montblack Go to last post
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Went to Iowa City by Viperdoc
Went to Iowa City today from the Milwaukee area- it was CAVU all the way. The FBO staff was very friendly and accommodating, and they let us use the crew car to go to the Mexican restaurant down the street, past Jay's establishment. The food was excellent and inexpensive. Didn't have time to stop...
July 21st 03 07:48 PM
by Montblack Go to last post
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Chuckles by Larry Dighera
There's a story about the military pilot calling for a priority landing, because his single-engine jet fighter was running "a bit peaked." Air Traffic Control told the fighter jock that he was number two, behind a B-52 that had one engine shut down. "Ah," the fighter pilot remarked, "The dreaded...
July 21st 03 10:57 PM
by Larry Dighera Go to last post
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Reported by CNN this morning!!!!! by Capt. Doug
Toks Desalu wrote in message Can you believe this? I studied regulation back in college and don't remember any specific regulation that said the hand must be at control at all time. Anybody can point it out? Why they really want to make us look bad? The airplane was a DHC-6 Twin Otter...
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July 22nd 03 03:26 AM
by Donald M. Ross Go to last post
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WAAS by Big John
Last issue of AW&ST has article stating "Following a three-year delay to correct software problems, the FAA has commissioned the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) to refine GPS guidance for en route and approaches".......................... "It will take years for the FAA to design and certify...
July 22nd 03 01:06 PM
by Dennis O'Connor Go to last post
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Student Thinking of Pursing an Airline Pilot Career needs some answers. by Matt Cummings
Hello All! My name is Matt Cummings and I am thinking about pursuing an Airline Pilot Career for my future goal. I was wondering if anybody in the group would answer some of my questions regarding this topic. My first question is do Airline Pilots need any college credits or a degree to make it...
July 22nd 03 01:09 PM
by Tune2828 Go to last post
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About David Clark's legendary reputation for Customer Service by journeyman
....It's entirely well deserved. The cover for the battery compartment of my ANR headset disappeared recently, so this week I finally got around to calling their customer service 800# and spoke to a nice lady who has an apparently very well-stocked odds and ends drawer. The cover arrived in...
July 22nd 03 01:50 PM
by Thomas Borchert Go to last post
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Seat height problem by Slav Inger
Alright, I gotta ask this, even if it brings a few chuckles out of y'all. I'm transitioning from PA-28-181 to a DA20-C1 (a stepping stone to the DA40) and having a bit of a problem seeing ahead. I'm relatively short (5'6.5") and I'm finding that the DA20 with its comfy recliner seats is more of a...
July 22nd 03 02:31 PM
by john smith Go to last post
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