This landing page will give me a chance to better serve you, the readers. I have different interests and as such, I find myself writing about many things. My mainstays are aviation and writing (imagine that). Sometimes, life in general, gets me going, especially when there is something in the news that is absurd, strange, or extremely newsworthy. Don’t just read what I have written – respond! Make a comment! Start a discussion. That is one of the reasons for this blog – to share ideas. If you would like to know more about me, check out my about page. And please, don’t forget to engage in the conversation – leave comments!
Here are my latest half-dozen or so blogs:
New Portrait. Often, we are resistant to change. It is part of the human condition, but change is good for us. It is the only way we advance.
Oak Trees – Often I have said, “I am busier than a one-legged sailor in an ass-kicking contest.” It is not an excuse; it is merely one reason I have not been writing as often as I should.
As Arnold said, “I’ll Be Back!” I have been away from writing for too long a time. There were many reasons for this, but all that has kept me away from the blog has been or is about to be rectified.
One Man’s Story. Ed Jackel lived an amazing life. As with many, when he was young he had difficulty because of world events. But he overcame, lived well, and wrote about it.
Engine Failure on Takeoff. Probably the most feared and dangerous place to have an engine failure: right after takeoff and below a safe altitude.
A Blog for the Young. Many young people are fearless, it is something that “comes with the territory.” The thing about this fearlessness is that it can come with quite a price.
For my friends who would like to know more about writing and publishing, here are some tips that I hope help, along with a bit of general knowledge about book publishing.
For pilots in general, here are my blogs about flying.
For the many intrigued about aviation history, check out these writings.
Thank you for the Joe Araldi blog. Made my day !
Jeanne, it was my pleasure. That flight with Joe happened in the late 1970s and his generosity of spirit, his graciousness, and his unbridled enthusiasm for old airplanes has stayed with me all these years.
My two interests are also writing and aviation. I’m amazed to find your blog. It is wonderful. Your posts are so interesting that I feel that I could learn so much by reading your posts. I am new to blogging and hope you will alow me to ask questions.
Your post about students and debt made me think about this problem for young people. It is also a problem for grandparents who want to help out.
Unfortunately, too many of our young are dealing with the problem of high student loan debt. My hope with this blog is that some of the imaginative ones will figure out a way to get rid of the debt earlier in thier lives rather than later.
Thanks for the compliments,
Great Blog Joe!,… How’s the Krewe @ Emery Riddle these days? My niece Alesha Downs graduated from there a number of years back, with an aero degree. I had her intern for me at Pratt in West Palm one summer and now she’s at NASA Houston as a controller for the Space Station. Must say she’s done well!
Hope you and Ardis are downing well! Still remember that flight in the Tiger, from Gainesville, years back!
Take care Joe, and keep those wings level! Lol
You made my day Joe! I just received your book in the mail and I’m diving into it. I’m very excited with anticipation and looking forward to sponging it up. Thanks, what a great day!
Dale, thank you for making my day! I have not sent back the check yet, but will prep it tomorrow and put it in the mail Monday. You and Ken need to write about the exploits of the Champs. I think there are readers out there who would love the adventures of Cap’n Pine Tree and everything that goes on in the Pirate’s Lair. 😉
Hi Joe! I just wanted to say thank you. Your classes/lectures have helped me tremendously in my first job.
Your friend and former student,
Good to hear from you. Where are you flying these days? If you get a chance to drop by the school, stop in and let’s talk airplanes and life.
I currently fly for skydive ocean city in Maryland. I am trying to come down this winter. If I do, i will make a stop in for sure!
Joe, you may like this,…. It’s flying and An almost unbelievable accomplishment
Subject: Actual Landing Account: The First Men On the Moon
This is an unaltered video camera images and moon/earth
conversation recorded during the final 18 minutes of the first
landing on the moon.
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Joe, love the blog. Any good sailing stories?
Bob, that is something I am going to have to address and correct. Because I have spent quite a bit of time at sea. On everything from johnboats to CVN‘s.