Monthly Archives: June 2015

Jun 29, 2015 – The Great Novel Analogy

Hypothesis: The path and planning to achieving an additional pilot rating is not unlike the plot of an exciting novel. I’ve spent some¬†time thinking about how best to describe¬†what I get out of all the effort I put into aviation. … Continue reading

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Jun 16, 2015 – 1 Year Anniversary Flying for Piedmont

I am really looking forward to writing this blog. I’ve been working on a book, and this piece will fit right in there. I have learned so much and done so much in a year, it will be fun to … Continue reading

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Jun 15 – 2016 – Preparing to go to Oshkosh 2015

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My bidding worked out and I’m off on the 21st to 26th of July – during the week of Oshkosh. We didn’t know if we’d be able to make it due to family obligations and work, but we both wanted … Continue reading

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Jun 14, 2015 – ADS-B Position

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ADS-B Requirements are an FAA mandate to install devices that transmit my position to other airplanes actively, and consume information from those airplanes so I can see them as well. Basically ‘free’ weather and traffic information becomes available to everyone. … Continue reading

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May 30-31, 2015 – Type Specific PA30 Training

The Comanche Pilot Proficiency Program (CPPP) is worth doing. I enjoyed meeting new pilots and owners, and very much benefited from their knowledge of these airplanes. Watching the weather, I decided to fly the Twin Comanche out to the training … Continue reading

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