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Alaska

Earlier, when I checked my email, I found a message from a former student who recently graduated. Like the graduates before him, it was time for him to figure out what to do with the rest of his life, starting … Continue reading

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The Cessna 180

One of the best planes Cessna developed was the Cessna 180.  Powered by a 230 horsepower Continental engine, the 180 could carry four at speeds of about 135 knots.  At the same time, she could carry a load of luggage … Continue reading

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Building Time

Today’s young pilots face the same age-old number one question as pilots in the last century: namely – how do I get a job? Of course, as it was in the Twentieth Century, so it is in the 21st. New … Continue reading

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Captain Jeffrey Haney, USAF

Down here in the lower 48, all we knew was that an F-22 Raptor went down. For a long time, we knew little other than it was missing. For far too long this past week, all we knew was the … Continue reading

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