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Mission: Dawn Patrol – DVD Review

April 25, 2012

I received this DVD free as a volunteer to try products and write reviews for EAA’s Sport Aviation Magazine. The DVD runs 62 minutes and is narrated by Hugh Downs a legendary broadcaster with multi-engine and balloon ratings. Mission: Dawn Patrol is a video account of three pilots who flew aircraft of the Vintage Aero […]

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Aviation Articles for October 7, 2011

October 7, 2011

Here are some flying-related articles that you may have missed this week: Aviation Attractions in Seattle This is an article from SeattlePI. At first I thought this was an announcement of a new aircraft acquisition at Seattle’s Museum of Flight, but it turns out that it is an article on the aviation attractions you can […]

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Aviation Stories for April 1, 2011

April 1, 2011

Hmmm, April Fool’s Day. That leaves the door open for all sorts of stories – but I’ll be nice and only link to articles that are factual – to the best of my knowledge. It was a pretty light reading week – I guess everybody went to Sun-n-Fun. High school students tackle an unusual restoration […]

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The Flight Training System – Part 1

March 2, 2011

On March 1st AIN (Aviation International News) released three articles clearly attempting to bolster the waning general aviation market. One article discussed the benefits realized from a strong aviation infrastructure and touched on a possible world-wide pilot shortage. Another discussed the author’s opinion of what is necessary to turn the decline around and the third […]

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Your Flying Stories for 28 Jan 2011

January 28, 2011

Here are some of the interesting stories in aviation that I found this week. A sanity check concerning general aviation security We’ll start out this week with a series of articles from The Atlantic. The main link is to a piece written by aviation writer (one of my favorites) Lane Wallace. The article is a […]

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