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Ex-'Tarzan' Actor Among 7 Plane Crash Victims in Tennessee

Steve Sanchez

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-'Tarzan' Actor Among 7 Plane Crash Victims in Tennessee

"Continue to search for the bodies of seven people believed killed. Yesterday's crash of a small jet into a Tennessee lake. Among the victims was Joe Larra, an actor who portrayed Tarzan on television. The FAA says the Cessna C 501 plane was heading from Smyrna Rutherford County Airport to Palm Beach International Airport. When he crashed Saturday morning.

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Should I Obtain A Complex Endorsement in 2021?

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

03:10 min | 3 months ago

Should I Obtain A Complex Endorsement in 2021?

"Go dive right into this and Talk a little bit about the endorsement and the complex aircraft. You know that something. That i've been hearing a lot in some emails and some chatter on the board at i get on is especially some of the folks that are having their children going out and they're paying for their their training. They're saying oh. They don't need a complex endorsement and they say what is it really still relevant and And i think it is relevant. I think the complex endorsement is relevant for many reasons. But the one reason that i tell people. I think it's relevant. I feel it just helps make you a better pilot. And that's that's my opinion. It's something that actually help you grow as a pilot and if you do want to move up to other aircraft gonna need to get a complex endorsement. Even if you're deciding not to go into complex aircraft it's great to just have there and there's many many reasons to do that. I'd also like to hear from you. Guys a am bill. I know we. We went out flying the other day. We'll talk a little bit about that here in a second and a diamond aircraft. But you know do you think Complex endorsement is still relevant. Well of course we can make us real short. Yes of course we do I i got a lot of my ratings way back when As i think you know a lot of people are thinking it's not relevant anymore. You don't necessarily need the complex endorsement to get your commercial rating anymore You know i did My ratings back when you did you had to do that. You had to have that well. Let's you know. We haven't really said this yet. Carl what is a complex endorsement and a complex airplane and we're talking about an airplane where they controllable prop the constant speed prop tractable geared flaps. And that you know. Typically your piper arrow cessna cardinal airplanes like that account as the the those those entry level complex people get their Endorsements in it and you had to have that back when i got my commercial rating You know in the in the dark days and you're absolutely right. It makes you think more about the the systems the airplane stay ahead of the airplane whether you Actually go on to get your commercial rating or not definitely helps with that yeah. I agree with that bill. And and tom just real quickly. What what are your feelings. As far as the complex endorsement you still give people that are complex endorsement. When you're training them maybe they're thinking about becoming instructors. Sure and you know. I mean it. It's it's definitely still relevant. I agree with what you said about it. I think it makes you a better pilot You know Like bill said it's it's not a requirement for the Commercial certificate anymore but It is still Something that will will help you as a pile of it it it. It's it's that next level of learning systems and just being aware and You wanna talk about you know being always on your checklists and things like that you know remembering to put the gear down as is very important part of a flow that You know it's something everybody should learn when they're flying especially as you start getting up into the higher

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10 Things Student Pilots Do Wrong

Behind the Prop

05:28 min | 4 months ago

10 Things Student Pilots Do Wrong

"What's up wally bobby. How are you doing great another week. Another episode we love doing these shows for. Y'all hopefully. You're enjoying them are. We've got a number of new five star reviews on itunes and other platforms. If you're enjoying the show please take time to Write us a review and if we should be doing something different or better don't hesitate to reach out and let us know that as well lots of good questions and ideas for the show coming in also and someone said something about Us covering some of the top mistakes that student pilots make and lo and behold. We found an article. And we're gonna we're gonna borrow this article and talk about our thoughts on some of these things in flight magazine. Which is the texaco flight. Training magazine from the ao pa. Still the one that i get imprint. I much enjoy it. has a lot of good things in it as a relates to flight training. So if you're not a member of the go register you'll get the magazine for free either imprint of electronic but way back in january of two thousand eighteen There was an article written ten things ten mistakes. That student pilots do wrong. And we're going to talk about those while the examiner. I know you see a lot of things that go wrong. let's jump right in. We've we've done some of these topics but we'll we'll go through all ten of them. What's number ten number ten pertains to checklists and lonely appalled. We have done a An episode on the usage It is something that is required to be graded or or evaluated. Rather i should say on a check ride Pretty much on on all the landings. All all the takeoffs and everything down there in in One of the elements that i'm supposed to be looking at as proper use of checklists and You know it's pretty simple. If if you don't use a checklist you're obviously not properly using it. So i see Occasionally on on check. Rides that that applicants. Are you know especially for our landing checklist. They're just using gump's and they're going through it and they're going through their mind. But there's not a checklist anywhere close And that's that's really a bad habit pattern I and i know Maybe a cessna one seventy two especially a fuel injected one where carburetor heat is not Introduced to the the scenario. There's really not a whole lot to do As far as landing. You know as far as Checklist items But it's it's a habit pattern it something that is required and it something expected When you get a job plan a big airplane especially at an airline. Checklists are are used. They're used every time You know. I fly big airplanes and some of our checklists. Only have three items on them. And i have a memorized. But i still pull out the checklist and i look at it and i read it and i i respond to it appropriately so it is a big item. You know you're not gonna fly the same airplane all the time. You may fly. An airplane now has cal flaps. You may be flying. Fuel injected one seventy two. And you're used to that but today you're flying an end model and you've got carburetor so you got carburetor heat to be considered and that's all on the checklist Landing lights Just just everything. That's on the checklist is it's there for for a reason so you know it's something that that We we need to do better with you. And i think as a student pilot when i was training you i did get lulled into this fact that i'm flying saint planes. They don't the school when i was going here. Only had one seventy two. So i was always flying a one. Seventy two all tricycle fixed gear aircraft. You could get lulled into that. But i've flown a lot of different types of aircraft. Now and if i only thought of those items on one seventy two n p models than if i did like you said flu anything else that i could get myself in trouble or hurt pretty quick right so number. Nine on. This list is poor weather. Planning i find that to be something that I find myself chasing people down talking about on a regular basis at the flight. School people learning how to fly. They wanna go. They wanna go And they just i don't. I don't think as much as we talk about it. I still don't think students understand. The dangers of what weather can do to us. And that weather as europe pilot and you fly weather is not necessarily the same three or four miles from here. We can see here. Might not be what. What's going on three or four miles away And it's it's shocking. I think i've told the story of trying to fly to brenham to see my dad. Not that far away didn't do a weather briefing or really understand all about the weather. Pass this airport and get out there and be a wall of clouds just five or ten miles away and have to do you know quote unquote a holding pattern out there for for a thirty minute time. They would burn off but they never burned off. And i wasted a lot of gaffes in a lot of my time Trying to get somewhere. That i could have solved for that. If i would've just looked at the weather

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Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

04:16 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall

"Show. I'm joined today by ace spiel. If you've ever seen the pictures or the videos of a seven forty seven carrying the space shuttle on its back aces the guy flying that he's a nasa pilot. It's really cool having you with us today as thank you so much for being with us. Thank you george. It's a real pleasure being here. Thanks for having me. You're willing to tell us how you got your start in aviation well. My interest probably probably started with my dad who is a world war two pilots who have six hell cats in the pacific right. He was a fighter. Ace jot down. Seven zero sank destroyer so that that probably would what's first introduced me aviation muscle lived in the san francisco bay area and i can always. We could see quite often from where we live going up. Point the final approach for san francisco international airport. So i've really enjoyed watching the airplanes. Come in and that just kind of got me interested in aviation basically so i assume that with your dad as an ace after the war where people were there a lot of adulation or was it kind of a a normal thing to be ace. Well i don't think it was a normal thing. I think a lot of people were proud of it for that but but as time went on it became something more within the family that you know we we. We knew he was guy we thought of him as kind of a hero in his flying endeavors and listening to stories was a lot of fine. You know sure so. Wendy take your first flying lesson first. Flying lesson in nineteen sixty. Seven is my first year in college. I graduated from high school. And i was interested in the asian so i wasn't sure you know exactly what i was going to study. The only college in california that offered a four year degree in in Aviation was san jose state but that was in business administration the the college of san mateo community college. They had a two year. Course that specialized the end basic training to be a pilot studied aerodynamics amex navigation in urology and stuff in in in one of the three hundred courses was actually forty hours of flying a cessna down to san carlos airport so i thought this is the perfect way to get going and so i enrolled in that program guy solo to november of nineteen sixty seven eighteen. Okay now did you. Did you collect ratings right away. After that i got my private and the course led to a commercial a rating but after about the first three semesters i kinda realizing that. This is really what i want to do. My goal is to become an airline pilot. And i knew it'd be an airline pilot. That i was gonna actually need my adp. And soft. and i was going to need to accumulate. You know quite a bit of experience. So i kind of decided you know. I'm not going to spend any more money trying to get my commercial because right now. Let's talk to serve me. 'cause i plan on getting a bachelor's degree us like to go into the military base. Oh okay so where did you go to get your bachelor's. I ended up at san francisco state university. I got my bachelors in mathematics. And then you went there were you in. Rotc not was it. Ninety day wonder and ots officer training school. At lackland in san antonio. So i i graduated from college. In june of seventy two and two weeks later. I went out to san antonio and started into your ot s for a for ninety days and they were gonna pound with training. Poetry was up. Advance up in enid. Oklahoma and i enjoy them quite a bit. It was the i found all came fairly naturally and easy the advantage of already abbot close to two hundred hours of flying time so i knew all the basics basically so it was you know i. I really have good pilots right. I felt for the guys really haven't or part wasn't that tough

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Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

Behind the Prop

05:13 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great this is our third guest and we are excited to have her on the show today with us as a pass flight instructor from united flight systems current southwest airlines first officer and someone with a very interesting aviation story that we're gonna talk about today today. We have on the show jessica garcia. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. And i know We're gonna talk a lot about today but you also have to be married to a pilot as well an my wonderful husband. Ricky who also instructed here structure. And i heard good news for ricky recently. Is that true. He got hired at commuter airlines Friday very excited and so he was an express jet in lives in houston listened to show. They probably have heard about all the things that happened. Express jet so it's great to hear that ricky's back in the in the in the cockpit. Doing great things for aviation excited. I'm i'm pumped for him. He's ready to get back in the airplane so we have a lot to talk about today but as the current owner of united flight systems. It's a it's a great time when a previous flight search comes back and shares with me stories and things from the past. You've obviously spent many an hour behind a prop as an airplane owners still today. You spend a lot of time on the probe had any idea. How many hours do will you gave here at this. Oh it's gotta be at least twelve hundred I remember one day sitting down with my logbook in between students. And i recognized that my total dual received in total dual given was equal spicer past that milestone here and then i think i want to say about twelve hundred dollars instructing here nice and that that was that in the day where you could just get the fifteen hundred right to the airline sort of. I was in the weird transition area where the atp was being required by the by the regional airlines to get hired. But it what you didn't have to do the atp p. course so i ended up being able to do my atp on my own without having to the course but you still have to have the fifteen hundred hours so kind of an awkward phase. I think i got my atp in june and the the law passed in august. For the so. I guess for our listeners. We've we've obviously prepped and talked a little bit. Tell us a little bit about your aviation career where he went to college. How you found this place and then did you go right to the airlines are or what will happen there. So i started flying recreationally in abilene texas. Where i'm from Just doing it for fun. I grew up flying with my dad in the right seat of various aircraft wanting bananas barons and the end of my freshman year of college. He said okay. You can go to summer school. You can get a job or you can get your pilot's license and so i opted to go get my pilot's license obviously and had an a wonderful instructor. Who is now one. She is my best friend. We are incredibly close. She flies for fedex and she she said you know. You're kind of good at this. Have you considered doing it as a career and up until that point i hadn't been exposed to the opportunities in careers in aviation so took me to my first women in aviation conference and it was like being around thousands of my taipei. Best friends And they all took me by the hand. I was nineteen years old. And said we're going to show you what it means to be a professional pilot and i decided right then and there that was going to be my career up until then i was studying marketing And liked it but didn't love it so went back to abilene finished my instrument rating then i transferred to louisiana tech university where i finished my commercial. Cfi of mea. I instructed for the school for a few months loved being attack. I'm very proud Louisiana tech bulldog and but it wasn't building flight time quite quick enough and so a friend of mine called me and said there's a flight school in houston. I think you'd be a great fit at work. Consider interviewing so. I called united flight systems. Talk to the previous owner. Bob watts and his daughter laura and they brought us in for an interview me and my husband. I secretly brought my husband along with me to interview as well. And we they us right then and there and so within a month. I moved houston and begin. Instructing here instructed for. I guess it would have been about two and a half years and then had one of my workers official instructor. Here come into my office and say would you like to fly corporate. And i'd always been really interested in corporate aviation i. I grew up around general aviation being there in abilene. We had a little bit of a regional airline flying but not a lot So i had more exposure to corporate. And i said sure didn't know what the airplane was had. Never heard of. It was a cessna. Conquest twin engine turboprop and met with the the woman who was flying that airplane and we went and just had dinner and and chit chatted and she said. I think you'd be a great fit. Would you come fly with me. So that was my introduction to part one thirty five Flew for them for a couple of years loved it. That was a flu for a family. There's still a dear dear and special in my life The woman i flew with is still very dear to me. We get together as often as we can into pilots

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Interview with Curtis Pierce Author of "Pacific on the Right: Two Pilots, One Airplane, a Lifetime of Memories"

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

07:10 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Curtis Pierce Author of "Pacific on the Right: Two Pilots, One Airplane, a Lifetime of Memories"

"That is the book about flying down at Chile and first of all. I guess the question is why in the world did you fly a one seventy two from where you aren't Phoenix all the way down to Santiago Chile you could have just put it in a crate ship. Well, that's a that's a good question and I guess I'll answer it with a with a quick story I would instructor for several years and loved instructing I love teaching I. Had I don't know forty fifty students that I did sign offs four and countless other students that were you know checkouts and be Afars and and so on. But I especially my private students I always. Trying to instill in them the idea that that this is something that you you're going to do forever you want to get that certificate you WanNa keep it current you wanna find that joy if lying the rest of us have already figured out and one of the ways that I told them to kind of do that or suggested. Is that they avoid the trap of the Hundred Dollar Hamburger in my time as an instructor I saw so many students would you know get their their private and they would fly for a couple years? They'd go have breakfast. You know an hour away couple of hours away and whatever, and just do kind of. You know little runs day trips and stuff and they got bored because you know after a while you've been all the places that are in our way and you know you, you've already had every dish on the menu at your favorite airport restaurant and then you get bored. And so I I always told my students you know You know rent the plane overnight go places take your family you know make it make it kind of a gateway to all these experiences that you can't have with the airlines are or just by road tripping around. And one of my students who really took that to heart and he bought a brand new Cessna one, seventy, two and told me hey I I. WanNa buy this plane and I want to fly it to Chile after I, pick it up and I said. And you know you can just take the wings off and put it in a container and You know in a couple of months it'll be waiting for you. And he laughed he goes well, aren't you the guy that told me I should go fly and have adventures and not just do the hunter dollar hamburger and I said well yeah. And so that was how we came to do it. He he was my private student he bought the airplane delivered. maybe a month or two before he got his private we spent another month or two of getting the equipment we needed and flying off the I fifty hours on the engine. You know to go through the break in period so we could switch to regular oil. And obviously, you know we didn't want to be surprised by any bugs or any any issues with the airplane that we might find. We didn't have any and so we we did that fifty hours and then we on a very cold November morning in Scottsdale Arizona we we took off for Santa Iago. Wow and that's But there's a little bit of planning ahead though before we just jumped on the plane and win so tells us a little bit about that as far as going down because I'm sure it took like a month or a month or whatever to get down there. How did you go about especially with a brand new student planning a trip through multiple countries, different types of aerospace down to Chile well it started out with him saying, how do we do this and me saying you know I've never actually flown out of the country before. The my student who became my very good friend that where we're still very good friends to this day more than twenty years later. He was a very successful businessman from Chile. had businesses all over central and south. America. was very well versed in business and in traveling and kind of negotiating the red tape of doing business in other countries, and so he he didn't know the nation part of it, but but he was already a depth kind of weaving his way through bureaucracy. And what I brought to the table was obviously you had a bad prion, two thousand and fifteen hundred hours at that time. So I've been flying for while. and so I kind of knew the airplane part of it but the actual planning basically started with me saying, Hey, let's just call planning company and be done with it. Just send US everything and we'll send them a check. Well, it turns out that there's not a single planning company that will touch a piston airplane they they only do jets and so we basically did it on her own. We found an F., B. O. and Chile that was willing to help us a little bit while we were on the road this was. Cell phones were around but not too many people had them, and certainly an international plans were not a thing. So. We kind of needed somebody in real time could assist us. But for the most part we we searched out all the permits ourselves just. was basically you know cold calling the various agencies in in all the different countries we plan to land in and just got the permits we had email, and so most of it was done by email I spoke a little bit of Spanish but it wasn't great and so he did most of the communicating and I did kind of logistical planning of okay. We're in a one, seventy two we can go about four hours, and so we mapped out our stops and figured out you know what would be technical stop where we would just get gas and keep on going and then what stops would be overnight stops where we would have to clear customs and Have permission to stay on an overnight basis, and so it it took about six months I kept a journal and I still have all my notes you know phone numbers and email addresses for all these different agencies and when I contacted who and kept tractable of all the permits as they came in But we we kind of had a date set. We wanted to hit the weather so that it wasn't too hot wasn't too cold on either end because obviously the seasons are opposite and in south, America. So we had to kind of thread the needle weather wise So we started pretty early but by. Probably late September early October we had everything lined up that we needed one looking at the at the math here I had to refresh my geography I guess. Just just looking at the root, you'd have to take up the one, seventy two. You'RE NOT GONNA fly over the Pacific Ocean right? Right. Right there. So I mean just down obviously from Arizona through Mexico and. Guatemala Nicaragua to be fifteen countries or something along the way. It was eleven, countries, eleven. Affair yes. And and being a one, seventy two you probably had to stop and most of them I'd imagine. Or Eight. Now we didn't use. We didn't use bladder tanks. The airplane was completely unmodified so like I said, you know that airplane Was a sixty gallon usable airplane or no sorry fifty gallon US airplane. So burning ten gallons and our meant for hours and we we needed a place to land. So we we based. All of our flight planning on that was that we we couldn't go any more than four hours,

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Alaska's Saber Wolf

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:37 min | 8 months ago

Alaska's Saber Wolf

"Is Welcome to kids myths and Mysteries. I'm your host kid crumb today Mysteries of the Alaskan Wilderness when I began my research on the Alaskan triangle. I found there were so many months that I had to narrow it down to two categories vanishings and Monsters the monsters included the waheela were sabrewulf the Great Alaskan tiger the northern giant bear an acoustic on the vanishings were too numerous to track. So I went with the 1972 disappearance of then House Majority Leader Hale Boggs. Now a little history on Alaska wage. The largest state in the Union is twice the size of Texas 95% of which is uninhabited thousands of people vanish every year in Alaska since the state started keeping track in nineteen eighty-six over sixty thousand people of vanished all of the monsters in the vanishings have occurred in what is called the Alaskan triangle triangle goes from Anchorage to Juneau to Barrel wage. It makes a rather elongated triangle. I had my work cut out for me. So I started with the Hale Boggs who climbed into a twin engine Cessna 310 and flew out of Anchorage had it for June off. The plane was equipped with the latest tracking device in the pilot was considered one of the best and was known to be able to set a plane down in an emergency without injury to his passengers. At first. I am intrigued because twenty years later a plane on the same flight plan also vanished Without a Trace. However, I dismissed the bogs disappearance when I found out that he had made enemies with Richard Nixon and J Edgar Hoover and when the bogs case was reopened in the late nineties documents before and after he vanished were reviewed it became apparent that his disappearance may not have been an accident and this conclusion became even more suspect when it turned out that photos taken with infrared film from a special search plane had been removed from the case birth. So I dropped the vanishings to moved onto monsters at first. I scoffed at the idea of real monsters. I mean come on, but it was a town of Port walk and one of the monsters it made me a Believer. The town of portlock was essentially a fish processing Port conveniently-located fishing vessels brought in their catch, but the town was plagued with odd murders body of the missing were found dismembered in a manner that couldn't have been done by a bear our cat. There were also trackers and Hunters experienced from the town that ventured out and were never heard from again soon. People were leaving the town and The Cannery actually ran out of Manpower in the 1930s when incidents started to happen. Most of the Russian Elites actually moved out of the town for a year people running the Cannery basically begged their workers to come back and they set up armed guards for a short period of time tried to get their workers back in town. Monster or know people abandoned portlock in mass and it became a ghost town literally overnight. Well, one of the problems I ran into with my research is a few people I needed to hear from had computers. So there was no email and even less were interested in talking to me over the phone of the monsters one stood out the wahila of what the local call the sabrewulf. The reason for. This is a several years ago. I was researching Canada's nahanni Valley located in the Northwest Territories Deadman's Valley to be exact way. It was Untouched by the last ice age and was one of the last homes for the woolly mammoth and what the danai people called the wahila upon further research. I found that the native language of the danai is the same as the Navajo that live in the United States Southwest. I also discovered that their ancient oral history describes a gila the Navajo Nation actually home. An ancient charcoal sketch of the creature the last stop on that research was a complete skeleton of the wahila at a museum on the University of British Columbia Campus of the Alaskan triangle. There is certainly a lot of unexplored ground that could hide any number of unknown species and there is no end of local and Indigenous folklore about what I know without a doubt. It's just somewhere in that uninhabited ninety-five percent of the state of Alaska an animal lurks is science calls of a Gila and locals call a sabrewulf

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Deadly decisions

AOPA Never Again

07:55 min | 11 months ago

Deadly decisions

"It was January nineteen, seventy four, the future was bright or so I thought. I had just completed my formal education after returning from Vietnam. Only twenty two months earlier. I was ready and anxious to land a job flying for American Delta Eastern or United Airlines. My timing couldn't have been worse. The country was in the middle of what we were calling a fuel crisis. The airlines were not expanding. With no immediate job prospects I decided, it would be a good time to pursue my airline transport rating later changed to airline transport pilot or ATP. Raleigh. Durham aviation offered ATP training, and was also assessment dealer. So I trained in a brand new Cessna three, ten q immediately after my check ride, the airplane was sold to a business in Richland's Virginia. A day or two. Later, the salesman who sold the three ten called and asked me if I would be interested in a job flying a beach baron for a business also based in Richmond. Virginia, the pilot currently flying the baron was going to work for the company that had just bought the three ten. I said I was interested. So he told me to catch an early flight the next day to Tri Cities Tennessee where the pilot leaving the job flying the baron would meet me. I arrived early the next morning. The pilot from Richland's was a nice guy, a couple of years older than me. He had come to the United States to attend flight school and build flight experience with plans to return to Denmark and fly for the country's airline. We departed tri cities with me at the controls and headed for. RICHLAND's I. had not taken the time to familiarize myself to the area. So I simply followed his instructions. Arriving over richland's a short time. Later, he advised me to begin my descent and start a teardrop turn to the right. He explained that we had just passed over the town of Richland's. He knew that because he had tuned in the AM radio station located in downtown Richland's on the ATF. He said I needed to maintain a seven hundred and fifty feet per minute descent while turning. As we entered the clouds, he told me to tighten the turn. I was already in a standard rate turn, but I complied, and we soon broke out of the clouds at about a thousand feet above the ground with the small town of Richland's in front of us. That's when it dawned on me. We had just descended between two ridge lines and into valley. I asked the pilot if you regularly flew into and out of Richland's using this method and he said, he did he told me, it was no big deal. Just crossed the AM radio station on a heading of zero, three zero degrees and descend at a rate of seven hundred and fifty feet per minute while making a teardrop turn to the right. At greater than standard rate right I added. I learned the owner of the Baron had grown accustomed to operating out of Richland's even at night as long as ceilings were at least a thousand feet, not me. Once on the ground, the pilot wished me luck and departed around five PM. The lobby erupted two men and two women entered walking fast with the guy in the lead talking loudly. As. They entered the guy in the lead. Saw Me and said you must be the pilot from Raleigh. I acknowledge that I was So he said file for Merritt Island Florida and let's get going. I filed an I F, our flight plan, and we were soon off the ground. The owner sat up in front with me, which was fine until he reached up and retarded the throttles right after breaking ground. I, put my hand up to stop him. But he had already pulled them back to climb power. He informed me the engines would last longer if we didn't keep them at full power so long. I told him. I had learned most engine failures occur at first power reduction. So I preferred to wait until reaching a couple of hundred feet before reducing to climb power. It was certainly a debatable point and it was his airplane. So nothing else was set. We landed in. Merritt Island Florida at about eight thirty PM, I was looking forward to getting to a hotel and kicking back, but it was not to be while taxiing into the F. B. O., the owner said, okay. Go back to Richland's and pick up three guys that will be waiting for you and bring them down here. I was stunned. It was at that moment I decided I would not be taking this job. I thought I would do. As he asked knowing, this would be the last time I would be subjected to him. I refilled the airplane filed an Afar flight plan for Bluefield West, Virginia and took off heading north. Bloomfield was the closest airport to Richland's with instrument approach if the weather was good. Enough. I. Would cancel the I. Afar Flight Plan and fly visually to the desired destination. Not Tonight. The weather at the destination wasn't too bad. But it would be late and I would be tired. So I called ahead and told my passengers to meet me in Bluefield. It was a little after midnight when I arrived the weather wasn't too bad. But bad enough to require an instrument approach. I was glad I made the decision to meet my passengers in Bluefield. Putting on fuel and filing an IOF, our flight plan back to Merritt. Island took only a half hour or so and my excited and well lube passengers and I were off for the final flight of the day. After takeoff. The Tower released me to departure control about the time I entered the clouds. A minute or two after contacting departure control? I lost communications. All engine navigation instruments were working fine. Everything was good except my communication radios, I turn them off and back on. I, check the circuit breakers. No good. I. Couldn't hear the controllers and I presumed they couldn't hear me. My clearance was to expect nine thousand feet, ten minutes after departure. So ten minutes into the flight, I climbed to nine thousand feet from my initially assigned altitude. I had already changed my transponder to squawk seventy, six hundred when the radio suddenly started working after a couple of hours, I contacted Jacksonville Center and was asked twice who I was. Later that day I briefed the owner about the radio problem. He said I could take the airplane to Daytona and have it repaired which I did. After two days in Merritt, island, I flew the owner and three others back to Richland's Virginia. I rode with the owner to his office and he informed me how much he was going to pay me to fly for him. I, told him. I wouldn't be taking the job. He paid me for my time. Reimbursed me for my airline flight and had me driven to Tri Cities Airport for my flight back to Raleigh. Sadly. The story doesn't end there. A. Couple of weeks. Later, I got a call from the salesman who had sold the Cessna three ten. He told me the Danish pilot with four passengers aboard had flown the new three ten into the side of a mountain, just outside of Richland's.

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"cessna" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"cessna" Discussed on KCRW

"Engine of the Cessna one seventy two sky hawk roars to life for a flight in Auburn Alabama thank god better six zero Alfa uniform picking up for my tree six southwest bound climbing four thousand five hundred chocolate covered Elizabeth white eases the throttle forward in the plane lifts off into a clear blue sky she's an Auburn University student in the professional flight program and flying this stay with instructor Megan brown why don't you give me a right turn to that woke me water tower all their weight is already a private pilot with her instrument rating and working now on becoming an instructor it takes hundreds of hours of flight experience in ground based training to get to this point brown says part of her challenge as an instructor is ensuring students remember all this years later as parents get older we tend to get comfortable and kind of think oh yeah that's no big deal what you got to be aware of is the minute you start feeling wrong about something you've got to stop the fight in that it appears as what the pilot of the Kobe Bryant crash did not do it's a known problem in aviation called get there itis meaning pilots focus on getting to their destination when that's not always the safest outcome pilots in general tend to be goal oriented people Richard next baton is executive director of the air safety institute with the aircraft owners and pilots association he says pilots often feel pressure we think part of it is either consciously or sub consciously when a pilot takes off in a in a desire to go fly somewhere that goal was set in their mind and what's in.

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Rising to the Challenge of Working From Home without Childcare with Susannah Quinsee

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Rising to the Challenge of Working From Home without Childcare with Susannah Quinsee

"Around mid-march, as all, the the pandemic is, is taking over in the UK was probably about a week behind the US where they the panic points. Ten so. Describe how you learned that everything was going to go online and sort of what that realization was like, both in terms of your work than massively scaling up at the same time that your child care was hearing. Yeah, so I tended to not work weekends where I could avoid it in before as I cooled it before life. I remember I think it was on the Saturday morning for some reason I picked up my fire, and it was just like. My email was just rammed with messages, saying that we were gonNA move everything online. By the twenty thousand mark will preferably Leah and that's what my team does like we support. The staff in the university to use online missiles says to defend that teaching, and so it was a moment of kind of okay, so we're doing this in how? So, yeah, that will weekend. Who tried to work? Our approach was really meant because it's one thing to say, we're moving online. But what does that really being? Then? Students had been told that we were. We were trying to work through. There was just no and I just remember that whole weekend was spent just trying to ride emails in between Juggling Children and family life, and my partner works at the same university and he's an it, so he was. Getting slammed at the same time and. We finally just went out for Wolf on the Sunday afternoon, and it felt so good to just kind of get what hadn't realized how stressed I was until we actually left the house, so yeah, that's how I found out about to Winton. older next week was just rammed at that stage. We still had childcare. But then we weren't sure when knockdowns that she going to start, there was quite a lot of uncertainty. He would be allowed to work and who wouldn't say, that was so of just evolving what was happening with schools, either at that point site that was that was kind of very up in the that happened very quickly as well, not my oldest daughter school. Just she went in in the morning, came home off new. We shot. Just kind of a lot of places places happened. Well, hopefully you are able to help your professors and students transition with a bit more A. Yes. How did you do that? Like what? What sort of support did you provide for for teachers like wait? I've never taught online before. Yes, it might seem Woah, absolutely amazing, just stepping up, and so I can head of educational technology instantly over that weekend produced a kind of Wiki page then we just all the material content on, and we start to die. That's quickly as possible and get that message out that. So as soon as we had that link, we will send around Dolphin University say okay. This is the information you need is is here. And funny enough like that morning. I'd just been kind of before. This will happen in thinking are really think we need to. Plan of things, how are we going to manage? This is a director until I see my team, saying these are the five areas that we need to focus on like that morning, and then by the often. Okay those changed little bit. Differently so yeah, that's what we did we. We went into so I. The deputy president at the Investi that we had various structures to like manage how you change policy because its policies and kind of contractual things you have to do with students that we kind of feed into committees around that what can with colleagues across invest t to support staff in particular Cessna? That was the big thing. We about to move into the exam period. That's why the investors had exams from Sawing April may so that was a big transition point to move Every of invested in kind of weld was doing it at the same time between different institutions. And so, what did you come up with I'm very curious what what is best practice for online assessment then? Yeah, sure so in the initial period. It was kind of what we call it. The emergency response so we had four five principles see if I can remember the words said one one was was around. Try and do as much as you can a think critically. Too, seriously, so in real time basically because I had no idea where our students were. Could be anywhere in the world. We have lot of international students, so said as much as you can to up, they can. Adapt flexibly. That was that was one thing. The other one was around. This is not perfect online learning. This is about best efforts to try and get as much as you out there and really communicate with your students. Should be very basic, so you shouldn't assume that anyone has anything moved a mobile phone and. Data collect point on a mobile because again all of us giants had carrying respond species living with parents who suddenly have other siblings at home so. That was one of them was. Keep it simple as well so you just be communicating with your students in university system, so they want rocket science united was it was a big

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"cessna" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"cessna" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Request was just keep it as simple as we could make it robust. Out of that will come good reliability, and that's what we've done. And listen I want to explain two quick things you heard me refer to it as a pallet. This is not your standard four foot by four foot wooden pallet like you see down at Lowe's. Think of it more along the line of A. Man Aluminum box that's. Sixty inches deep, sixty four inches tall, and about sixty inches wide twice point so big aluminum box that you've seen on the tarmac and runways being loaded in, we'll have a picture of it. And, the fact that it's pal ties load. Is Jus- super significant in a previous life. many of us have had to deal with politization and having to hand load an airplane like a Cessna Caravan and put each individual box in. Is Labor intensive? Then you have to unload the airplane. which is also labor intensive. But not only that it's not just loading and unloading the airplane. For like customers like fed ex you go to. An outlier airport like Lubbock or Midland Texas, you load the Cessna two. Oh Eight! You Fly to Dallas then you offloaded. Then you put everything into a different Palette and ship it to Memphis where they're going to break. That pallet apart resorted. Rebuild the Palette ship it out to you. Then you gotta break the pilot apart again to put it back on the airplane, and now they can just build the Palette Memphis. And it goes and put a big stick around, says send to Midland, and so suddenly all at Dallas they go there. They pull the PAL it out, and they just run it with their little pal. loader over to. This new Cessna sky carrier. And they load one for Midland. One for you know I don't know Odessa or Lubbock, and the plane makes the three little circuit round having had to break pallets down a previous life for reorganizing pallets big deal, and this is an exciting aircraft because it holds three pallets correct. That's correct. Yes, Nicolas's. Have we get the money aircraft even more interesting because these as you say, these pilots bigger a big. Mock more contains really cold and so we have a big seven foot wide by almost six feet, tall dorm, side the fuselage. The rear end of the fuselage they armed which you into which you then load those pilots, they then slide up fuselage's and we can re quickly. Put on three so along with the pressure refueling the aircraft could be on its way within ten fifteen minutes of arriving. We're GONNA come back pressure fueling for a second Why do aside load and not a tale load? Love that design configurations actually dictates to buy by launch customer, so they actually wanted to to have that side load capability now Steph will be designed. The okay, that's good. If that's the way they want it sure enough. It was just I was thinking. You'd want to just roll them right out the back, but this will let you get a forklift. Right up a low device. Right up next to it. Is Correct. Yeah the doors huge. Is the aircraft pressurized? non-treasury is to Akra. But. The door is load bearing. Then 'cause. It's that it's it's a huge part of the skin of the aircraft it is if you have a picture, you can see that essentially a very large. The very short shorten is a structural member of the few saw. She s four are geek. Listeners talk to us about the cool advantage of single point pressure fueling. So this night, the second off, you know once you see. It actually is a very big aircraft seventy two foot wingspan. Its tail is around twenty feet, and a the wings. Themselves are up pretty high more around eleven to twelve feet in the air, and so to refuel it. You'd have thought an article. Glowing ladder and in gravity refuel the aircraft so We've we've actually put of pressure refueling. Hold on the. Right hand Nacelle on the underside and so. Much easier to hookup a Tanka and just. PRESSURE REPEAL EAC off in around five minutes to pressure refueling aircraft. The. Wings are wet wing designed so leap. You'll go straight into the wing tanks. And again this pressure refueling. This is the same standardized nozzle system that if you will, the big boys take the. Is Universal. Adapter. Unlike with a to await where you're using a ladder, and what looks like a? Standard. Yeah the gravity refueling system. Exactly so what we've got is even though it's compared to the other cargo airplanes on the ramp, a small airplane that can play in the big boys arena. It handles Powell ties cargo. It takes pressurized fuel non retractable, so there's a simple simplicity. I'm looking at the gate at the instruments and you're using. Looks like the panel will be the exact same panel. That's in a Cessna to await. Well, pretty much using the same Garmin g one thousand excited. That's the excise. The has the high definition screens. Originally when we put the the ten inch screens which are on the caravan. into. This aircraft they looked bits on the small side, so you actually rescued putting the twelve inch displays in which make for very much better fit. And that also allows for ED. Engines than to be a full dial indication be displayed on the multifunction display which is in the center, but by staying with the G. One thousand. That means upgrading your pilots from the customers pile.

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"cessna" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"cessna" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Inches from wing tip. The cockpit is very stressful work. Yeah, they're really good at what they do. All three teams, but eventually. Something's going to give because top being tired so thankfully. Unfortunately, we lost someone, but thankfully common sense prevailed in the other. The other interesting fact was It was causing a lot of the lot of the times over the major areas. I know here. When had the blue angels and the thunderbirds the fly over here in Philadelphia? There were hundreds of people without any masks within multiple feats of each other, causing possible spread of the virus, which wasn't you know wasn't the intention, but one of those unintended consequences so? Thank you to all three teams, but I guess it was the best thing to happen. I agree and the other thing that to add to what pilot David said. Keep in mind that when they do their performances their up for whatever thirty minutes forty minutes then they land right there this equipment of doing your performance and now we're gonNA. Spend two hours heading home and we're going. Going to tank up on our way home without a break and we probably spent an hour two hours getting to where we were going to do that. Yeah gives me a headache just thinking about it. Yeah, there's no point that we should be exhausting. These these men and women doing stuff that they're you know not normally doing so. Yeah, it was great. They did it glad it's done. So other thing at the air force is doing apparently is a adjusting the height requirement for pilot applicants I guess they're trying to achieve some greater diversity in their pilot population. Yeah, they're letting a six foot. Four people fly. Choking. What good decide do you in me now well? This actually been a good thing. and it's primarily like you said to promote diversity. A lot of women didn't beat the height requirements to fly aircraft, so we should say what those were right. The the Medical Standards Directory Requirement had previously required pilot applicants to be between five foot, four and six foot five. It's primarily given the lowering the thing so that five foot three women were were or men, smaller men can fly aircraft. It was always because of the ejection seat at the height requirement was there, but now they're broadening it out so that. We can have more diversity. More women can apply for flight, time and smaller people I don't see any six-foot. Taller. You know eight foot. People were your run-of-the-mill basketball player applying to fly a jet fighter. It's cramped to begin with when you're when you're six four six five, so this is a really good thing. The Air Force. Thinking beyond you know that regulation needed to go we can make ojection seats now. That are capable of height restrictions. You know the only issue was originally. It was a lot of the height. Restrictions were based on weight that people who were smaller were too light for the injection seat's ejection seat. Technology has come to the point now where that's not necessarily a factor anymore, so anybody out there. WHO's five foot? Two is a blue go for it. You know we need more pilots, and that's another reason we need more pilots But. I'm thinking David you said people who were to light so I guess the problem was that when you had smaller mass in there? It's going to be accelerated greater. The pilot's going to pull more G's, and it's going to be bad for them. Yes, and there was a more risk of them being not handling the ejection itself. You know in the early ejection seats in fact if you were below weight because you weren't flying with all your combat gear, they would actually put weights in the bottom of the seat. Well the the Air Force has said that the previous screening criteria eliminated about forty four percent of American women between the age of twenty and twenty nine. so there's where you. Get a bias. In in your diversity, but the air force times also said, and this is kind of interesting that instead of a blanket height requirement. Because you've got to ask okay, so they're not going to do that. What are they? GonNa do instead. Says the Air Force said that it will apply and anthropometric screening process to figure out which specific aircraft. would be able to fly. These measurements says in addition to standing height also measure applicants, I height while sitting buttocks to knee-length and arm-span in entered into a computer to determine which aircraft the applicant could, and could not safely fit in that kind of makes sense to me. Oh, really only cool all right well. We've got a couple of prerecorded items for you and the first step. We have launchpads conversation with. With Martin Tuck from Textron Aviation and as I mentioned at the beginning of the show, he's the technical marketing specialist in beach and Cessna aircraft products, and he talked while the two of them talk about the new Cessna Sky Career which we've mentioned a couple a couple of times on a couple of episodes, but this is a really interesting look into that airplane and let's Let's play that rate now. Ho Airplane Geeks reporter At Large Launch Pad. Marjorie and I've got a special guest today. I'm here with. Most and took touch negation in Wichita, Kansas. And Mr. Tuck is here to talk to us today. About an airplane I'm really excited about because it's a brand new airplane. And I just think it's cooler and heck. It's the new Cessna Sky carrier and you just had a first flight of this airplane, didn't you? Yeah. May the seventeenth at around nine interesting in the morning now as a one beautiful Sunday morning and About two and a quarter hours flying time and very successful. Now what listeners? What's your apart and we're going to have some graphics for you in the show notes It's a high engine twin. It's kind of boxy looking, and at first it doesn't look very sexy, but what it does is extremely cool. It's a cargo carrier that holds three Palatine. Is, DH, l., three pallets. Tell us why you built this airplane Martin. Well we actually build the aircraft and we've been looking at A. We have a number operators the operate the Caravan We! They operated in a cargo role as called the cargo, Mazda, and one of those operators came to us and said you know that the volume. Break the. We're having to carry the days with the with the ECOMMERCE. The wait is we need a much bigger aircraft one. That's capable of carrying a carrying three pre-sorted. L. D. three containers. These are the containers fit typically in the lower half of the larger container. Cargo type BANCROFT and. So basically we lined up three threes and design the aircraft around and. One of the requirements was to have a twin. Twin, engine aircraft for? To safety reliability. But also..

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"cessna" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"cessna" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Wings mount to the pile or the pilots of the wings, and then a complete cockpit redesign. So. They're actually asking for eight engines and think young not to Max Flank and give us much more details, but think of these are the engines that are like on the back of big business jets. Yeah, yeah. We'll. We'll talk about those in just a second I. IT might be worth mentioning that previous on even Wanna use the plans, but in some cases plans in some cases, proposals or ideas to re engine. The the B fifty. Two's did include going four larger engines at at one point, they were looking at for Pratt and Whitney pw. Two thousand engines are the military designations F. One seventeen. which is what you find basically on the seven Boeing seven five seven and on the on the C. Seventeen. At one point, there was a proposal for four least Rolls Royce rb. Two eleven engines That didn't go. there was Competition at one point proposed between that are be to eleven, P, W, two thousand and also the CFM. In jains, which is what's on the Boeing seven three sevens and some other things. But now we're looking at. It's called the commercial engine. Reengineering program will redundant. They're the commercial engine reengineering program CRP or I guess we call that. SURP- well I. It's kind of funny because we've got now a commercial space program, this is a commercial reengineering. One of the things we've talked about recently. especially with military aviation is. Using off the shelf components for whatever whatever the need is not creating a specific, a specific mission, specific platforms, specific engine or electron ix, but what using what's out there to do that? So that's really where we're going with this and like Brad said. The the engine pilots in the structure they wanna keep as simple as possible, and this has been kind of a trend in believe it or not. The warbirds circuit. The recreated emmy to six choose. That were replicas. Have the NACELLE 's built for the. Engines from world. War Two, but have more modern engines hidden underneath them so you're you're so you're getting the same look and you're getting the same thrust ratios. ETC, but you have a more powerful much better engine, so they're. They're looking to keep the eight eight engines for balance and for. If you lose one on takeoff, etc, so and so max taken away with what are our choices? Envelope, please you have from from General Electric well, there's actually to possibilities, but one is the t.f thirty four, which has launchpad said is popular on many. Many Biz jets it's also a very to that is what powers the eight ten actually So that's that's one possibility, and that's an engine that's been around for you know for a while. It's very reliable. It's a good engine. Another possibility from GE is what they call their their. Passport engine, which is a newer newer design that GEE is working on for for a regional and business jets. so that's from. General Electric from Pratt and Whitney. There's the PW eight hundred. Series, which is also a an engine for regional jets and business jets, which is produced by pregnant Canada and it actually has the common core with the geared turbofan engine, except it doesn't have the big high bypass fan, and it doesn't have the gear, but the core of the. Pragmatism you. Eight hundred series engines the same as the geared turbofan. In from Rolls Royce. We have the F. One thirty, which is the military designation for the commercial. be are seven hundred series, which is another business jet. Engine so these are smaller diameter than the high bypass turbofans you see on seventy three seven's a three thousand family series in all of the others smaller diameter, but it turns out not a whole lot different from those t.f thirty-three engines. Their stuffed into the into the beef twos will as our insider into the engine world in our ringer. Where do we put our money on the bet I'll. Pick. Pick a winner now, so so the air. Force will have a relatively complicated or complex system for evaluating the proposals. Will take into account. A number of different factors in in this case. Some of those factors will include things like fuel burn because. A more efficient engine requires less aerial refueling. That's a that's a good thing. It'll include things like maintenance costs. What are the you know? The life cycle maintenance costs a variety of different other aspects to it I don't know if engine maintenance proposals or plans, or are going to be associated with these, or or not, or if it's you know, the maintenance is going to continue as it has with t.f thirty-three terms of WHO's doing it I don't know, but it'll be A. Interesting process, this is actually the sort of the second phase of this This proposal process the the the three of them in the first phase. If you WANNA, call it. That created digital prototypes. This is very interesting I. I don't know if this has been done to this degree in the past, but the since the first round submission from the three engine makers was a digital prototype submission, but the final proposals is comes up really fast July. Twenty second is the deadline for the air force the government to receive the final proposals.

Engine Competitions for B-52 and F-15EX

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:39 min | 1 year ago

Engine Competitions for B-52 and F-15EX

"Wings mount to the pile or the pilots of the wings, and then a complete cockpit redesign. So. They're actually asking for eight engines and think young not to Max Flank and give us much more details, but think of these are the engines that are like on the back of big business jets. Yeah, yeah. We'll. We'll talk about those in just a second I. IT might be worth mentioning that previous on even Wanna use the plans, but in some cases plans in some cases, proposals or ideas to re engine. The the B fifty. Two's did include going four larger engines at at one point, they were looking at for Pratt and Whitney pw. Two thousand engines are the military designations F. One seventeen. which is what you find basically on the seven Boeing seven five seven and on the on the C. Seventeen. At one point, there was a proposal for four least Rolls Royce rb. Two eleven engines That didn't go. there was Competition at one point proposed between that are be to eleven, P, W, two thousand and also the CFM. In jains, which is what's on the Boeing seven three sevens and some other things. But now we're looking at. It's called the commercial engine. Reengineering program will redundant. They're the commercial engine reengineering program CRP or I guess we call that. SURP- well I. It's kind of funny because we've got now a commercial space program, this is a commercial reengineering. One of the things we've talked about recently. especially with military aviation is. Using off the shelf components for whatever whatever the need is not creating a specific, a specific mission, specific platforms, specific engine or electron ix, but what using what's out there to do that? So that's really where we're going with this and like Brad said. The the engine pilots in the structure they wanna keep as simple as possible, and this has been kind of a trend in believe it or not. The warbirds circuit. The recreated emmy to six choose. That were replicas. Have the NACELLE 's built for the. Engines from world. War Two, but have more modern engines hidden underneath them so you're you're so you're getting the same look and you're getting the same thrust ratios. ETC, but you have a more powerful much better engine, so they're. They're looking to keep the eight eight engines for balance and for. If you lose one on takeoff, etc, so and so max taken away with what are our choices? Envelope, please you have from from General Electric well, there's actually to possibilities, but one is the t.f thirty four, which has launchpad said is popular on many. Many Biz jets it's also a very to that is what powers the eight ten actually So that's that's one possibility, and that's an engine that's been around for you know for a while. It's very reliable. It's a good engine. Another possibility from GE is what they call their their. Passport engine, which is a newer newer design that GEE is working on for for a regional and business jets. so that's from. General Electric from Pratt and Whitney. There's the PW eight hundred. Series, which is also a an engine for regional jets and business jets, which is produced by pregnant Canada and it actually has the common core with the geared turbofan engine, except it doesn't have the big high bypass fan, and it doesn't have the gear, but the core of the. Pragmatism you. Eight hundred series engines the same as the geared turbofan. In from Rolls Royce. We have the F. One thirty, which is the military designation for the commercial. be are seven hundred series, which is another business jet. Engine so these are smaller diameter than the high bypass turbofans you see on seventy three seven's a three thousand family series in all of the others smaller diameter, but it turns out not a whole lot different from those t.f thirty-three engines. Their stuffed into the into the beef twos will as our insider into the engine world in our ringer. Where do we put our money on the bet I'll. Pick. Pick a winner now, so so the air. Force will have a relatively complicated or complex system for evaluating the proposals. Will take into account. A number of different factors in in this case. Some of those factors will include things like fuel burn because. A more efficient engine requires less aerial refueling. That's a that's a good thing. It'll include things like maintenance costs. What are the you know? The life cycle maintenance costs a variety of different other aspects to it I don't know if engine maintenance proposals or plans, or are going to be associated with these, or or not, or if it's you know, the maintenance is going to continue as it has with t.f thirty-three terms of WHO's doing it I don't know, but it'll be A. Interesting process, this is actually the sort of the second phase of this This proposal process the the the three of them in the first phase. If you WANNA, call it. That created digital prototypes. This is very interesting I. I don't know if this has been done to this degree in the past, but the since the first round submission from the three engine makers was a digital prototype submission, but the final proposals is comes up really fast July. Twenty second is the deadline for the air force the government to receive the final proposals.

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Wheres the stop button??

Dots, Lines & Destinations

06:24 min | 1 year ago

Wheres the stop button??

"I'm Steven Seagraves. Joined by Seth Miller and foss mood. Hey guys hey so. It's a lovely Tuesday afternoon. We're recording this earlier than normal. Actually know what day of the week it is. I keep track an end. You know we have to record the show earlier. Because Seth is turning into a GRANDPA and Sunday starting to starting to do woodworking and go to bed early trump would it becomes a teacher just random side story about shop teachers I actually didn't get take shop class in high school. We sort of had one. But I I did a drafting course. Instead which turned out to be very valuable and useful to me later in life and so I'm happy I did it We I was like the last year they did paper drafting with the square and know the arm moving around and doing all by answers really cool on and then learned cad later but separate from that My wife was telling a story last night as we were talking about some of these things and I bought more tools or power tools on having the crap turns out matters a lot but she's timing the story about how she did something in shop class when she was like in middle school and hers wasn't very good but her sister who's a year younger than her came back and it was really good in much straighter lines and this and that and I'm like oh she probably is that the right the right the fence and had it all working correctly. I don't think we had that was like how could you do that? You use a table. Solid data blade without a French. So now you just held it carefully. This that's Super Dangerous. Did have missing finger cystic wait. Why get another kids ever lost fingers in Class? And maybe maybe the shop teacher lost in a different way. I don't know but just from a visual perspective in the image. You're trying to project. I don't see how that's a good idea. Not One of my which teachers told us to tell us how he'd come in on weekends with dead dear to cut them up on the we're GonNa be completely topic here for the first couple of is a friend of mine who lives in the catskills apparently China some stories about their neighbor once the stupid APP Arnold next next next door next door chats or this or that in something. Apparently someone hit a deer inside. Hey you know. Put a message on the side of the road around here. Be careful driving over there and one of the responses was like you just left it there. You didn't do anything else. Which okay fine notified the authorities like you have to tell us family? Apparently like a serious response was like wait. What family someone has to go find the family of the dead deer and let it know that mom dad is dead. I thought I thought I thought you were going to say that. They had told him to go pick it up in. Us The media. It's actually. It's actually a thing you know. I was surprised that they didn't give in where they are and whatnot. But maybe it was. Hey here's where it is if anyone wants to go picking up and eat it. It's only been a couple of hours. Probably Maga's haven't gotten to it yet. I Dunno next door is an entertaining beast. I have not far in my life avoided getting into it and I'd like to keep about if you like to read just just completely nonsense cyncical stuff and crazy neighbors. It is definitely for you. I spent a decent amount of time in my life on twitter quotient. I need man all right. So let's dive into some stories here. the first one is a propublica a article about the. Tsa over a million in ninety five masks even the airports are basically emt and TSA staffing levels down And it really doesn't need one point. Three million in ninety five masks and so this was concerns were raised back in April and You know they were saying we should donate these and people said No. We're not GONNA donate them. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA keep them Very interesting are the. Tsa agents working at the customer facing roles wearing masks at all I think they are right at the PX. They are okay but like started masks. Not An five sir. I'm pretty sure they're surgical haven't seen in ninety five used as sort of a weird thing with just the whole and ninety five situation at those are the ones that are going to see. A product guarantee knows transmission By what you know when you ask the question like one is the goal of wearing the mask and how much of it are you trying to control? Obviously one hundred percent time for. Everyone doesn't work right because we don't have the supplies and so someone someone wanted. Today is gonNA open up a warehouse in fine wherever the government put like all the ones they hijacked from the states and from everybody else they're going to be stored somewhere but it is kind of weird and it's instead the says that CSS quietly stored many of them in a warehouse near DFW. We're paying for the warehouse space. Yeah so anyway. It's it's it was expected that this would this would last thirty days. That surplus would last thirty days for all of their security officers but did did not account for the decline in the number of officers needed lately so with air down like ninety five percent in the US. I would suspect it would last a lot longer. I would pose the question. They asked you change their staffing levels knowing them. Let's that's a good question I don't know here's the thing though forty days. That's only if you take. What are one point? Three million two hundred forty only thirty two thousand five hundred so that really don't have there's only thirty thousand thirty thousand. Tsa agents working working per day on for some number's higher. I don't know it seems low for sure and also only one master person per day. The lunch break. You gotta put it back on. The in theory is a really bad idea. Of course I've been wearing the same one for three months now so nothing. Maybe maybe some people out there who were flown have seen what the what the. Tsa agents are wearing. Just let us know. Because I mean I've only been once during all this and other than that have been getting updates on their twitter so next up so Cessna has a new plane. The Cessna Sky Career completed. Its first flight this week. New Clean Design Clean Sheet designed aircraft. Pretty Amazing thought it would never happening again. I will say it. Looks like a minivan of the sky. But it's supposed to be more many. It's supposed to be more like the Ford Transit to fifty or three fifty. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's exactly what it is East Sprinter van. Yeah somethings bolted onto top.

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Power Off Stall Tips

AviatorCast: Flight Training

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Power Off Stall Tips

"Start something that's a little bit little bit just technical and start to talk about that so having a hard time with my power off stall any tips so the power off stall is also known as the approach to landing stall and I've really tried to rename it myself to make sure that I connect that approach to landing to it because that will tell you everything you need to know about setting up your power off stall. So you're coming into the pattern right. You're going to be landing. You're reducing your power back as you're coming into the pattern power off. That's how we know we are doing a power off stall emulating a landing so you'll typically do this with flaps you will you can either do a straight ahead or you can do it. In a banked turn essentially this one is really easy with the flaps out and most airplanes the the airplane is more docile in the stall. You don't have the left turning. Tendencies that the power on stall we know that if you have that powerful throttle or even partial throttle that you are going to get those left turning tendencies that will pull the one way in power off stall you. Don't really have that so. The airplane is fairly docile. What I do is I get the airplane in. Approach speed Say Sixty to seventy miles per hour in a Cessna. One seventy two. And then all you do. Is you pull the nose up to the horizon? Okay you put the top of the cowling right on the horizon in a one seventy. Two's going to different other airplanes. And then you You hold it there. Until you get the stall indications with the flaps down you're going to get a fairly mild stall You'll feel buffet. You'll hear the stall warning Horn and you may get that momentary drop and as a pilot. You're the one forcing it there right. You're forcing it to that horizon. So all you need to do to recover is relaxed the pressure on the yoke reduce the angle of attack. And then you can get the wing flying again now. The recovery the entire recovery is reducing the angle of attack sue. Get Out of the critical of attack the wing flying again just by doing that. Little Bit of change in your pitch attitude and then adding power in and climbing out of that approach to land install so recently emulating that we've come in we've we've for some reason Become distracted and we got to slow. We got to a stall condition and we really do want to have that power in there to recover. You still can just put that nose right on the horizon. And that's GonNa give you a enough of a of of a climb and then you would want to reduce your flaps by one notch. If you are say at thirty thirty degrees you can even go to twenty degrees in one. Seventy two so couple of different helpful. Things THEIR POWER PITCH UP CLEANUP BASICALLY POWER UP POWER FORWARD PITCH UP CLEAN UP FAST recovery after you've reduced angle of attack and got the wing flying again and then you minimize how much altitude you lose all right. So it's all about that recovery and in there you go.

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Interview With Josh Flowers From Aviation101

AviatorCast: Flight Training

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Josh Flowers From Aviation101

"How did you get the aviation bug? How did you fall in love with aviation through my Dad So he he got his license in nineteen seventy nine and in nineteen eighty three. He bought a Cessna. One seventy two. It's a nineteen eighty Cessna. One seventy two so it was like it was really new and Super Nice when he bought it and he owned it for about seventeen years or so sold it in one thousand nine hundred ninety. I was three years old when he sold sold the plane as Super Vague. Memories of flying in it with him. I actually kind of remember the last flight that we took which is kinda straight you know I was three years. It's a long time ago but Very vague memories of being terrified in the back of the plane and and then when the when the plane sold and I I kinda got older and there's just that interest it was the spark that was lots of curiosity there and and I just started asking questions and then when I was about fourteen my you know Kinda talked about it with my parents and they were like you now. Seems like he's interested in flying. You know so let you know. Why don't we get you into a discovery Fleiss? We did and I pretty much started flying every now and then from there and as time progressed Turn sixteen turn seventeen. Got My private and then from there. You know instrument commercial see that stuff so what were some of the steps that you took that early on to be able to Solo. Say Sixteen private at seventeen et CETERA. The main thing was consistency to just keep flying at a steady cadence. But when you're that young at least for most people when you're young you're you're like a sponge you absorb things really really well so I didn't have to fly super often. I was actually flying once every two weeks so every other week. I'd go on just to you know hour and a half lesson but I was absorbing stuff really while I was doing a lot of reading a lot of studying on my own time whenever somebody asks me I get the question a lot. I'm too young to get an flying. Maybe they can't afford it right now. But how can I get my foot in the door and I always tell them like go read? Fa Air Airplane Flying Handbook. And the pilot's Handbook. Very nautical knowledge. Just read those documents online So that's the kind of thing that I was doing. Just gained much knowledge as I can and then by the time I turned sixteen it was just you know we'll see and I George. We had flown so much together that he was just like. Yeah you're sixteen now go solo and I did and then pretty much for a whole year. I didn't really see him that much. You know I just kind of like get flying. You know. Renew the endorsement and all that kind of stuff and and I just sold for like an entire year and you know turned seventeen right in the middle of some busy times with school so it was like a month after my seventeenth birthday that we finally were able to go ahead and get ready for the check ride. I took it like to remember how many hours you had when you got your license like it was a minimal. Seems like you'd have more hours than I did. I had a I had eighty five. Okay Yeah 'cause 'cause you know turn sixteen solo over and over again so I built a bunch of ours that probably if I was if age wasn't a restriction there I would have been able to go through it and probably get the minimum but But Yeah I had about eighty five when I got my certificate. So why don't you tell the audience for those that have been living under a rock and haven't seen either one of US collaborate together because we'll we'll talk more about our Alaska Later on but for those. That aren't familiar with you. Tell them about. How your other vocation and how How you've actually made a career out of aviation and what you're doing in film. Yeah it's it's really interesting or unique I guess how I've kind of made a career but whenever somebody asked me what I do for a living I often don't even like I don't even divulge it because I don't want to explain it to them. I usually just be like I'm a flight instructor. And that's like the simplest way I can just explain it. But I've always had a deep burning passion for filmmaking and cameras of like ever since I can remember as a kid. I had a camera in my hand so when I got enough to start flying. I figured out how I could combine these two things through this thing called Youtube and it. It's a pretty dangerous weapon when you put youtube account in the hands of a fourteen year old and I found that out pretty quick and And especially putting myself out there like showing my my training as like fifteen sixteen year old ED putting it out there on Youtube and people are learning from it but I'm also like showing things that I probably shouldn't show I mainly. I was like showing mistakes that I was making. I wasn't giving any contexts of like it. You know it took me a while to learn how to effectively do that but I turned it into. What's now aviation WANNA one? This is my tenth year doing whole Youtube thing and And it's pretty much turned into a fulltime career. Just with you know. Just showing people how they can apply aviation with their private pilot's certificate and take one seventy two average airplane that like everybody has access to and how can you do something awesome with it so I take these crazy long trips on our skyhawk or you know like last trip took out west Took a buddy in his Cherokee and we just went on this trip that most people don't imagine a Cherokee going on and that kind of stuff and And it's it's turned into a fulltime career. You know I'm I'm always sitting back here. Editing and spending time trying to figure out how to tell another story and aviation and then also teach people something along the way awesome. Yeah so what? I share a similar story because I do. I do video as well and found myself as a young boy like what I would do how I kind of got in the film as I do. These World War Two models night packing with firecrackers and then on film and blowing up. We've talked about this. I did the same thing you did the same thing. Yeah so what are. What are some of your early filmmaking memories just playing with the Family Camera Basically Yeah well I remember. I had this I forget the name of the company. It's like it's a big company that manufacturers like toy cars or model cars but these are like really detailed you know replicas of like a Jaguar or something and I remember this. One particular is a Jaguar and it was like light blue and I remember loading it up with miniature explosives and it was. It was a high eight camera recording on the little hike sets and I- recording at thirty frames. A second I think is what it was or might have been sixty interlaced frame size. Able to slow it down a little bit and just recording this. You know absolutely obliterating this model car and putting it in slow motion. That's one of the original memories I have. I build stuff. Like cardboard houses like a house out of cardboard or like building and I would wired up with firecrackers. But I wouldn't just have uses enlight him. You know I would actually run. Filaments hooked up to a battery and like have a detonator easy and that's almost killed myself at electricity at many times to but but yeah that's kind of how I got started with played with cameras staging some scenes lighting all this kind of stuff and that was all just like playing with the family. You know home movie camera and And you know getting a with editing software and all that kind of stuff and then it just kind of took off from there

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Whats Next for Bombardier?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

Whats Next for Bombardier?

"So could that happen? Could there be a could Canada which is subsidized this company in the past come through with an infusion of cash to pay off debts or subsidies. Those never had any ambition. Come it's interesting. The Canadian governments made it clear. They keep a close eye on this. I don't know if they would step in adding any sort of rescued. He wouldn't be risky deal. Because it's not a case of giving body now. It's kind of. It's kind of dumb but it had to do. Quebec SAYS NO WAY. And they're not gonNA do more but that the Mahdi will go back to them next because developing new airplanes that go to keep developing nuclear plant. Wildaid pay down their debt. So they'll be back to the government looking for looking for some sort of support and that's just fact of life so so what's the next bit actually gets wrapped up into the eight hundred ten day? Two Twenty story because it affects Embraer Number Casino. Random Body a arrivals that go back to the very beginnings of all of this so some really by by by giving selling the twenty in its entirety of and the twenty five percent is owned by Quebec itself. In Abbasi's now I was totally under the age of twenty before. This airbus was always constrained in what it could do to the airplane because Bombardier had to match investment and body didn't have the money right so so it was sort of official throttle book done with the eighty twenty. Well that's been moved right. That governor has been removed they can ramp up action which they have to do in order to break even and and get the cost of their into wary should be they can stretch airplane. They can now basically. They can pump money into the bottom end of the of the narrow body airliner market to twenty they could bunny at the top end of the narrowbody market with three twenty one. Xl Exit and they can literally take the legs off. And the head of Boeing in that market they now got in essence blank sheet to go do what they want to that market. Which we're Boeing at the moment doesn't know which way to go where to going out to take it even kill it and it would only have cost them less than six hundred million right because that's how much they paid. You have the whole program dinner. They have complete freedom moment. It seems to be an airplane that the market wants so if they can find customers push production rate up than than they've been so so that that. Then that then puts the pressure on Boeing and rare who earned in the middle of trying to put this commercial aviation joint venture together. 'cause that no held up by the Europeans who are still reviewing and delaying a decision. And so and it's becoming critical that makes it critical for Embraer. What happens next in the rumor that we think the reason the Europeans haven't proved it yet is because there's a W. T. O. Large airliner tariff dispute between America and Europe. Airbus and Boeing and that there's another decision coming in May or June and everybody's waiting to see what kind of penalties Europe applies against the US. And how President? Trump reacts to that and the belief is that the Europeans may be holding this approval of Ambler as leverage one piece of leverage against trump tariffs. And so. It's a big ugly mess that Doesn't seem to have an easy resolution really. It's become almost critical to embarrass. You know they. They had a successful commercial aviation business before they went into this plan. Joint Venture Boeing sort from Boeing. Side Ed at the generally accepted reasoning is they did this as a response to. Airbus become involved in the twenty. Didn't have a response to an airplane to compete against twenty. They tied up with ember who had an airplane. That's not quite the same. But it's but they could probably get into that market plus. They had a big engineering birth force that Boeing could access etc etc but the intervening months. That's how long it's been going now. This this whole thing of the joint venture things more more difficult going forward for because their next generation of Egypt's is not selling the way the previous generation dates. So they they're not commercial side. Their future is not as strong as it might have seemed a couple of years ago. They are trapped in same business jet conundrum that everybody else's which is they have some great products but they're selling to the same customers over and over again they're not really bringing new people into the market and they they have to launch a new airplane. They haven't engineering workforce doing a lot of the moment. They have to put money into a new airplane the daily way that they can do it. It's the existing market increased competitive pressure push the pricing down even further. So you're looking at at at body number. Even though they're sort of coming super doing it differently a facing exactly the same Prussia's so could they come on with me here is what call it what you want them? Bardy? Am Rear something like that. Heard it I rare but you won't pay for it. Looks absolutely fantastic. Because if you put the budget let you would have the entire business jet industry one company from the from the Lightest Jed to the biggest cabinet. But you know Cabestan the market you. Would you would not reduce competition whatsoever and you would fundamentally doubled down on your product development demands because this market needs new products on regular basis. This is not like L. Industry. We did develop an airliner and you can milk it for fifteen years the same basic airplane fifty years. Sometimes the long business aviation because you're constantly selling back to the same customer base the only way to get the mantle of airplane you just to them is by offering them a battery plant. So it's like a comedy. It's a five year cycle. It's like oh but it's more like a college cycle and go to continually Roy existing customer base out of what they fly into your next offering. So it's a constant investment draw and and putting together would look Winston traders fantastic. But it wouldn't it. Would not solve industry's issues with overcapacity too. Many models too many manufactures. But I just want to add one final point there. Which is if you're a government official. In in one of these countries there may be a certain appeal to them combining because of course for probably a near mid term. It would guarantee that the John's work remained in May not do anything to help Biz have but when you are responsible for national champion like rare. Rda You definitely don't want to see it go away. And that's different than I don't think anybody would call Gulfstream or textron Cessna products necessarily national champions. I'm not trying to. I'm not trying to bruise. Their Egos and say that. They're not great companies. But I don't think America looks at them the way that Brazil looks at Embraer. In Canada. Looks at bombarding.

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Report: Gordon Co. Sheriff says wreckage of crashed Cessna located Saturday

Dana Loesch

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Report: Gordon Co. Sheriff says wreckage of crashed Cessna located Saturday

"The FAA has found a small plane that disappeared from radar Saturday morning about fifty miles north of Atlanta searchers discovered direct Cessna citation jet you know hilly area of Gordon county accessible only by force no survivors said no word about how many on board or if weather is a factor

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Invulnerable to Danger - Part 1

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Invulnerable to Danger - Part 1

"Welcome back to the points But you know I'll be honest with you guys. It was a heavy week for me. Somebody pointed out to me that I was recording literally last Sunday. When I said it was a rainy Sunday? I'm recording. The podcast lost in space. Ace about spatial disorientation. When the Kobe crash happened that Kobe crash got to me? And I think it got not just because it's such a tragedy raggedy that all of those people died and I for sure you know have felt the sad feelings for Kobe's family and and for everybody that was on the helicopter her all of his friends and spend time thinking about his daughter in their final moments. And all this stuff very very tragic but I think what really kind of broke my heart was it made me feel as though my job was is futile. It made me feel like trying to make a difference for pilots. Honestly like I sat there thinking. Gosh am I just preaching to the choir you know as every single angle person listening to the finer points not the people that actually need to hear the information not just led me down that path of thinking about the fact that an eight thousand two hundred hour our pilot died and took those people with them doing something that kills more people than all other weather phenomena combined and I know that accident. You know the information's not back yet. We don't know exactly what happened and all of that sort of stuff but I think we know enough that we can say it's not auto mechanics. Failure wasn't like the tail separated or anything. I mean all the wreckage came down in one spot and the bottom line is the pilot was operating via far and inadvertently advertently flew into IMC that is called Vr into IMC and it kills more people than all other weather phenomena combined icing thunderstorms Lightening Wins Wind. Shear you name it via far I MC is by far the biggest killer so the thing that got me was. There's there's no way that Kobe's pilot didn't know that eight thousand two hundred. Our helicopter copter. Pilot didn't know that. Of course he knew that the problem says he didn't feel vulnerable to it and that's really the beginning of the work we have to do. That's the real work. We have to do look safety matters to everybody. It really really does if you don't know it We've been here before in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s if you go back and look at the airmen certification statistics for about nineteen eighty or nineteen eighty one. We're back in the early eighties. We had just under under a million pilots. I can't remember the exact number but it's just under a million pilots. That's that's almost four times as many three and a half times as many pilots pilots. We have flying today right. What happened was they were crashing like crazy? The training wasn't good. The procedures weren't good people were crashing and people bulwer suing each other and suing. The manufacturer is not just of the airplanes but everything the radios the the propellers met a guy in one of my fight instructor renewal. We'll classes that was brought into a lawsuit because his student his former student had purchased a baron and ended up committing suicide in the baron and and it was about one hundred million dollar lawsuit. Everybody everybody who made anything that went into the plane got sued and this. CFI's telling me he got roped into the lawsuit because he did not specifically enter a training record for specifically teaching this guy how to not kill himself honest to God this is why he was brought into the suit so he tells me. This is the kind of shenanigans that shut the whole industry down. Sassen said we're out everyone said we're out. And why would you stay right so Cessna. What was the year eighty? Eighty eight eighty nine eighty seven. Something they stopped making airplanes. They said we're done. We can't handle this liability. And you know what happened. Those million pilots just shrunk down to about two hundred hundred thousand pilots just took the head right off the industry because of safety. Mind you this isn't you can argue all you want about frivolous lawsuits and this. That the the other thing and that's a whole different podcast. But the bottom line is if people aren't crashing. People aren't getting sued so until in nineteen ninety four senator from Kansas got the Clinton administration to the past the General Aviation Revitalization Act which limited the liability of aircraft manufacturers and Lo and behold nineteen ninety. Seven says the stars making plans again. I'm that is the beginning of our of our modern story in my opinion Over the last thirty whatever years twenty five years. We've been working to repair repair the damage that has been done and we have been growing and we're finally starting to see pilot numbers growing over the last three to four years. You know more student pilot certificates being being issued more people coming into the industry. I can even see it literally. When I'm out and mid morning on a Thursday I looked down at at my ads? Traffic and I can see how many planes are out there practicing acting approaches. And doing other things you know in the middle of the week so I can see how many people are flying. The only thing that will prevent us from reaching a new you golden age and aviation reaching a million pilots again is if we continue to crash airplanes so it was heartbreaking to see somebody experienced somebody who knew better and somebody who so high profile die doing something that kills so many pilots. How do we affect that person? How can we change the safety mindset of somebody who feels invulnerable to danger and I'm saying it a bit like a rhetorical question because I do consider consider this my mission in my career? If there's one thing I can do I don't mean I wanna be a great CEO. Fine I want to provide training materials for everybody A Pin that that I definitely want on my vast is I helped develop ways to influence people that might not have seen the danger for themselves right that might be a little cavalier. That there's an old saying in flying. You can't teach judgment. I defy that I want to buy that. So let's talk about it a little bit This is where I mean. This is what my book is all about. The professionals have done this better than anybody. They've developed black and white personal minimums right. We've you've heard me talk about that. That is certainly one strategy writing those minimums down And committing to them as something that I'm currently trying to work on. I do understand that that is. We're we're the evolution of this process is headed for me. Another thing is helping pilots be aware of what's going on out there and nobody does a better job than the Air Safety Institute with accident accident recap videos and those are so accessible now on youtube if you're A CF. I make sure your students are watching a good healthy dose of those throughout training. Make sure they're burning into their memory Marie. Some of these accidents stories that are in your opinion anyway critical. There are so many stories in my mind that every now and again I find myself in a flying flying situation and I think oh Jeez this is a little bit like that story from an I can break the accident chain right then and there on the other thing is if you're a CF. I make sure you're teaching the hazardous sir attitudes as not like individual people Initiative just blown them off either. You're you're teaching. Your students that hazardous attitudes exist in all of us and this pilot who was out there flying with Kobe was exhibiting invulnerability is the specific hazardous attitude attitude. That he was he felt invulnerable obviously And if we learn to recognize them you know it's not like he was a horrible pilot. Maybe he didn't even find that way all the time. Maybe he got into a conversation with them at lunch. Would you know let you into his thinking. And you think Oh this guy's wise and he make smart decisions or whatever but at the at the end of the day. He's involved in an operation where his invulnerability killed. Everybody is feeling of unknown on vulnerability did but so make sure. You're teaching your students to watch out for those hazardous attitudes because I think if we externalize them and think of them as all that Macho guy from the flying club. I'm not going to be like him right if we if if we put it off onto somebody else then we won't notice it when it starts to appear in our in US right so those hazardous attitudes are quite critical bill.

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U.S. National Aerobatic Champion Patty Wagstaff Recounts a Cessna 185 Flilght

There I Was...

09:37 min | 1 year ago

U.S. National Aerobatic Champion Patty Wagstaff Recounts a Cessna 185 Flilght

"Welcome to another edition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations and we learn learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host Richard McFadden today. We're delighted to welcome back our inaugural guest on there was podcast three time. US aerobatic robotic national champion. Paddy waxed how do you thank you for joining us again. And we're delighted to have you back on the podcast ace. Richard is great to be back. You're doing a great Javale this podcast. So I'm thrilled to be back. Thank you well great and thanks to people like you. They're so willing to share your circumstances in your situation with all all of us so that we can learn from you had a recent incident on your birthday of all days and you reached out to us to want to share the story about about what happened in the lessons learned. That came out of that. So do you mind sharing that with us today exactly. Yeah it was. My birthday was nine eleven and it was my birthday so all in all not such a great day. Hi It's it's a tough birthday anymore. It's kind of an emotional day anyway so So this was when my bonanza was wrecked in. Had An accident. Might Bonanza of all things I've never had an airplane accident before I've had a few promptings and things like that that for sure but Alone up to everything that I've never had a real accident and just to back it up very very slightly before I started flying i. I was in an accident in assessment to six in Alaska when I first started flying small airplanes up there. Flying in smaller planes in the airplane had Flipped upside down at the end of the runway. We didn't get off the runway and the pilot didn't use the full length of a muddy runway. And so so on so forth so I had been upside down on the ground in an airplane before you and of course those kinds of things really stick with you and so that actually comes into play in this incident. Yeah and people should know they. Probably don't know you for Bonanza flying but you fly one thousand nine hundred fifty eight K.. Model Bonanza that you have flown for a while now Inbetween your aerobatic events which are not so well for right. It's a great little plane to get around in As he says Kay model It was I bought it in nineteen in two thousand twelve and before that I'd had serious in in barons and this was the first detail that I'd had and I re- I really liked it Great little airplane. It was fast and comfortable double and so we miss it yet now. Is the airplane going to be repairable or might be cutting to the chase hurt. No airplanes total. Sorry now aw it was sixty years old so there was a lot. Got A lot out of it. You know for many years later a lot of people enjoyed it and I understand you were flying with an old friend of mine. China Jeff. Rochelle of former Air Force thunderbird pilot is that right. Yeah exactly. He's one of our instructors in good friend and So you were on different front years I think you were you. Were quite a bit later right and the meaning a much younger than he is. I think. That's okay yeah so He's an instructor in your school down there and Saint Augustine. He as instructs for us both in airbags in an upset that training and he also went with us to Kenya this year to give training to Kenya Wildlife Service. Wow fantastic and so you guys were were you coming back where you out on a training sortie Jordy or can you set the stage where it's what kind of flight was this. Sure so this was a we were at a meeting in Titusville about upset training and the weather is nice. Nice no problems in we as we got on the plane to leave. Jeff said Hey What an I fly and I said well you know it's left seats a little tricky to know plane there some little things things I want to show you? And I said it's it's getting laid out the slide this time next time. I'll put you in the left seat because he hadn't actually flown this airplane before and also there's no brakes on the right. Let's see the rudder pedals but they were stowed. I just didn't want to deal with with all that. And he goes okay so I jumped in the legacy but my seatbelt and and we took off and flew back. Who's better forty minute flight back to Saint Augustine? Yeah so important for people to know that. bonanza in this model of detail. Bonanza it has the throw over yoke doc and it also has the rudder pedals that you can stow so the idea. Was the person in the right seat. If you don't want them to has no ability to control the airplane whatsoever you take the okay the rudder pedals and it's just a nice comfortable seat for them. And that's how you had it configured for this Flight Right Act and I certainly wasn't worried about jeff flying the airplane plane. I just didn't want to have to deal with the checkout. It's got a it's got. These older details have The Piano Keys. And that's what controls the flaps APPs in the gear and the reverse from the newer airplanes so even a highly experienced pilot like jeff need to check out on how that works and it's a little awkward to operate. Operate those from the right seat upshur so till two different airplane for sure these these older planes And you have to be very careful not to go go back muscle memory with a new plan so I jumped in the left seat. We flew back Everything was eventful was nice weather. The traffic pattern was uh-huh nobody in the patrimony. Got Back to Saint Augustine and we were cleared to land landed. I landed a little bit long because my hangers down at the far end of runway. One the three To the South we touched down. The centerline Everything is very relaxed and fine and I was rolling out ahead about half flaps on and we were rolling out. I hadn't applied brakes yet. I was very careful with that airplane. It's an older plane and I never haunt on the brakes or you know applied the milliard sure. Yeah does it. Have the old goodyear breaks or or had it been upgraded to Cleveland Breaks. Has Cleveland breaks but I never want to put a lot of side load on the gear so so so just rolling out and all of a sudden the plane sort of ears right into the grass and jeff and I looked at each other. I grabbed the yoke can pulled it back and looked at. He said it's going into the grass. Like I said. Check the power because I have my hands full holding the outback and he checked the his hand on this model to make sure because it idle and meanwhile I tried to steer it with the brakes or the absurd with the rudder pedals and got nothing. I couldn't move them I thought I was just about to slow down and it hit a berm. The small firm. You wouldn't one of those in the grass that you would know is there and the plane started to go over over and we looked at each other and he said it's going over sh and it did it just went straight over tail over nose and ended up upside down on the graphs. Sounds like it just happened so quickly it was quick and It was really surprising. And just you know I mean you just just you in disbelief for a few moments. Just can't believe this actually happened. That's aviation sometimes right there. You are typical normal landing. Everything's fine then. You're slowing down to exit the runway and next thing you know the airplanes starts veer to the right. You run off the runway. You're upside down in a matter of probably less than a minute or two. When all that happened I don't know it's probably just you know thirty seconds? I'm guessing twenty seconds or something like that and I remember somebody saying to me longtime ago you know when accidents happen. They happen very very quickly. It's not something you can prepare for ahead of time. Yeah of course you can prepare everything you can for the you know the worst but when it actually happens you're not can have time to organize things And so as the plane was in. You guys realize we're going over. Did you have time to do anything. They're canaries for impact. Do anything you just have to brace so couple of things that were interesting won. The seat belts are older and the shoulder shoulder. Harnesses are a later addition to the plane. They didn't come shoulder harnesses in the initially and our shoulder harnesses where the kind of Chris cost kind that weren't on an inertial real. We had been wanting to change it but we had the older kind so that when they were on they were a little tight and it was awkward to reach Ford and Change Few uh uh switch fuel tanks and do some other things so what I normally would do is take off with the shoulder harness on and Then take it off in the air when I get up to altitude so I could switch tanks and things like that and then fly without the shoulder harness and a lot of times I have to say. I didn't put it on for landing. Even though I know a lot of times I did but there were times. I didn't in this case because it was a really short flight from Titusville and I knew I didn't have to switch tanks. Thanks consider some Feel management in these older planes. I left my shoulder harness on which was a little unusual for me if I hadn't left. mysolar harness ars on. I probably would have gotten hurt. And Jeff had a shoulder harness on too so we were really lucky with that so we had our differences on. Were upside down and I looked over and said are you okay and I remember being upside down on that Cessna six in nineteen eighty. Maybe to No earlier than that is probably Nineteen seventy-nine in remembered the pilot saying be careful. Be careful her yourself when you get out because there's been a lot of. I think there's been a lot of injuries for people when they upside down. They rip off their seat building. They hit their head and said okay be careful and I remembered it. So it's amazing. How these things are they stay with

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The Truth You May Not Know

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

The Truth You May Not Know

"Brady meters. We'll come back so you know. Recently I was in Palm Springs Springs. It's a trip that I make quite often with the family. My mother-in-law move down there. So you know we're back and forth quite a lot and the trick is mostly flown at seven thousand five hundred weather permitting and then you kind of pop up to nine thousand five hundred or so. Just where the hatch P. mountains sort of spill off into the Mojave Desert and Palm Springs is surrounded by mountains. So I really. I was thinking about leaning on the way down you know how we teach leaning. How Eileen just watching? When I'm flying with the family in a rental aircraft where I'm paying by the hour by the way and and getting reimbursed for fuel but I really started thinking about it and I ran a couple of polls one on twitter instagram? where I just ask people if they were ever taught that you lenient? In below seventy five percent power. I was shocked to see that on instagram. The majority hadn't heard that and on twitter. It was split fifty fifty so I felt like so you know I get asked the question often about should eileen or do I have to lean or so it seems that people might be confused about Wendelin while I was down in Palm Springs. I just grabbed a camera. It's so quiet down. There in the desert is beautiful and I started working through some of these thoughts about how I think we should think about in the fight training world how we should think about Lee leaning. What's the goal? Where do we want the people end up when they get their private certificate Because you know what happens now is you just not taught a lot and ends up being the private owners that have to figure it out themselves and and they know quite a lot after a while. So I'm trying to fix that problem for student pilots and I think I forgot to mention it but everything you're about to hear does not apply to turbocharged or Turbo Abo- normalized aircraft. It's for normally aspirated engines. Only anyhow. Here's exactly what I said. Well almost exactly what I said when I grab that camera in Palm Springs and if you want to see for some reason my talking head walking around the golf course saying this Video is up on Patriots so anyway. Here's some thoughts on leaving. You know a lot of pilots really don't understand leaning and the flight training environment is not conducive to learning good leaning habits and so what we tend tend to do. I think is sort of ignore it and it's not good for really two reasons one is you're not operating you're typically operating at three thousand feet or lower maybe the three thousand five hundred so you know it's not like nine thousand five hundred the leaning you should be done but it's there's no huge consequence if you fail to do it And also we're doing a lot of maneuver based training so often going to full power settings so we start with a mixture full rich just in anticipation of going full power. I'm so we kinda tend to ignore it and what I find. Is You know with my students and with pilots. I fly with even after. They've been certificates. Did they'll look at me when they get to cruise altitude three thousand five hundred kind of timidly touched a red handle and look at me and see my reaction and say eventually. Do we have to lean or do you want me to lean so you know and it's like one of my least favorite questions because it just reminds me how much work there is to do there. So it's a topic that I'm really taking on not just in this podcast also in the latest public youtube video and this podcast right so You know basic principles of leaning. Ideally ideally you have a perfect fuel air mixture To introduce into the cylinders so that the Pistons can compress it seeing inefficient burns you can produce power with a lot of without a lot out of excess soot or carbon or you know explosions or anything like that you get a nice burn and as you go up in the atmosphere the air becomes less and less dance so you need less and less fuel all these are the that's the basics right and then when everyone can tell me about that but you know maybe the devils in the details but it's maybe it's about win like Wendy Lean so if you go oh to the Cessna manual there talking a lot about altitudes three thousand feet five thousand feet and I find that this is what's common if I ask pilots when you lean they'll say well you know usually above three thousand or sometimes I'll say four thousand on but if you go straight to the lycoming manual the manufacturer of the engine and you read it they'll tell you it's appropriate to lean the aircraft anytime you're operating below seventy five percent power so that's the one main point that I want to convey to people is that the whole reason you have those altitudes three thousand feet the five thousand feet because you don't have percent power gauge so they're giving you a convenient device nice to know when you're at an altitude above which you can't produce seventy five percent power but the main thing according to lycoming is that you're leaning the engine when you're operating below seventy five percent power so I think it's important for pilots to understand this. I think this conversation will serve us a lot. Better than the conversation about altitude For example if we're in cruise flight and you're asking me. Do we have to lean. Well are we doing slow flight. Are we gonNA power back and fly in at minimum controllable air speed for the next thirty minutes or are we gonNA cruise along as fast as we possibly can with attack needle just off the red line because in case a I'd want you to lean in case be I wouldn't rate what if we're in a full power climb up to seven thousand five hundred just like I was on the way down here to palm springs. I'll start leaning leaning as I pass through five thousand because that's the altitude at which I'm no longer producing seventy five percent power. I think it's I think it's wise to think about leaning this way because for the reasons I just mentioned also it's a good reminder that your engine is just a big air pump and also once you start to understand what percent power you're operating. Adding Fuel Burns our constant forgiven percent power output so just seems to be a better way like a more direct way of approaching the topic of leaning meaning rather than talking about altitude. I'm in that really just leaves. Then you know how specifically do you lean. And that part's pretty simple you. The Best Power Leans best economy liens and manufacturers recommended which is sometimes one of the first two that we just described best power is the lean setting that gives you the absolute absolutely most amount of power most of flying fixed pitch prop in training. So this is the lean you should learn how to master you take off you up to cruise altitude. Make sure your pitches constant because if you're pitches and constant you're going to see like if you start pitching up you're gonNA see a drop in RPM when it had nothing to do with leaning it was just because you pitched the airplane up so divide your attention get comfortable pulling out until you feel a slight drop in RPM and then bring it back until you get the most power. You've you can get in practice. That like a little micro skill. I would practice practice moving my hand in and I'll just finding that point bringing it back finding that point get comfortable. Divide your attention. Hold your pitch. pull the mixture back until the power starts to drive and bring it back into good at that right. That's easy. That's the best power lead in a fixed pitch prop airplane. If you're flying the one eighty two I was fine. You don't try that and the governor's GonNa keep the prop at the same RPM so you have to have another way and that other way is exhaust gas temperature. That's how we figure out the mixture because it is the temperature of the gas coming out of the cylinder and we are going to learn how to read that temperature and figure out what it means for us. A best power lean would be peak exhaust gas temperature and then come in fifty or in this case like home and saying one hundred degrees rich hundred degrees rich cool on the rich side of that peak exhaust gas temperature and there's your best power Now best economy is the second kind the least amount of gas you can burn so you have to have an easy t h for this. You can't do attack on or so in the Cessnas that we were talking about or the Piper Warriors those airplanes that have fixed pitch prob- you're just going to use those old analog needle GT's and it takes time right. It takes those E. G. T. needles. Move Slow so you're going to start to lean lean lean and wait for that needle come up and lean and lean and lean away fat needle come eventually it comes up so you mark the peak with that little yellow indicator on cross country flights. That's when I would practice this with students but best power leaned for normal flying once you start doing cross countries. You can start playing at that. Exhaust gas asked temperature.

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"cessna" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on WTVN

"Engine Cessna four twenty one airplane in route from Dayton to Delaware crashed in Union County last night, the plane came down in heavy snow coming to a force landing just west of US forty-two skipping across the roadway inn striking several electric poles AP reported several thousand customers in plain city lost power as a result of the crash deputy chief, Tom Morgan says the pilot forty four year old Matthew Hayden was from Arizona. The investigation and review of the black boxes from the downed Boeing seven thirty-seven max aid continue in France. But ABC's David Kerley say we're still no closer to knowing. What actually happened? If you have share the data with the NTSB says, we have no idea other than the transport minister saying that these two crashes appear to be related, but he hasn't given us any evidence or data to explain why he sees those similarity one hundred fifty seven people were killed last Sunday when that plane went down flooding in the midwest as forced hundreds of people from their homes and claiming the lives of at least three people. The national weather service says major and historical flooding is washing over the Missouri and Mississippi River basins governors in Iowa, Nebraska, and Wisconsin have all declared states of emergency. The president wants General Motors star talk sooner with United automobile workers over the closed Lordstown plant in Ohio on Twitter this morning. The president says he wants that big beautiful plant in Ohio open now bringing jobs home over a thousand workers were laid off by GM as part of a restructuring effort that saw production of the savvy crews moved to Mexico. Nationwide arena says they'll be ready in time for this weekend's first round NCWA games before being played in Columbus crews began work on the flooring less than twenty four hours after the rock concert by kiss nationwide will host the first and second round games from March twenty second to March twenty fourth Duke, Virginia, North Carolina and Gonzaga or the number one seeds for the NC double A tournament's the blue devils renamed the top overall seed in the field of sixty eight number two seeds what to Michigan? Michigan state, Kentucky and Tennessee. The big ten led the way with a total of eight teams making the field, the ACC and SEC both have seven Alabama, Indiana, TCU, Texas and North Carolina State were among the teams that were snubbed the tournament gets going with the first four on Tuesday and Wednesday in Dayton, Ohio. The final four is April sixth through the eighth in Minneapolis. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio Nationwide's, regular tenant the Columbus. Blue jackets. They will not return home to nationwide until March twenty.

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"cessna" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back to the Savage Nation loop eight in four, Dr savage. Breaking news was President Trump is ground Boeing, seven thirty-seven, max planes, effective immediately. We're also talking about the sentencing guidelines for Paul Manafort and how they will differ from those who are allegedly involved in the college admissions cheating scheme. Let's go to line to Las Vegas Edward. You're on the Savage Nation with loop eight. Yes, Trump's right on a commercial pilot white instructor, but just general aviation prop planes. They do have quite a lot of time in the air training people. But the stick and writer skills have after a feed and everyone's reliant on that computerization. I think what the problem is is low time pilots and low time affirmative action pilots used to be people would have thousands of hours before they joined commercial airlines in the military or in corporate flight or generally. So they were flying planes and combat situation. Sabre kneeling students trying to land the plane on its right approach in rough weather. I mean, then they get that hundreds. If not thousands of times that people were shooting at them they were shooting back that they had a student freak out in the in the cockpit of a little Cessna. And now, it's just so people that have a lot of simulator time and the pilots aren't up to snuff, they should be able to land that plane. If all the automation does out like the guy who landed on the listened Edward like, I said it. The technology is wonderful. The fact that planes can fly themselves is not the worst thing. But we need human beings to fly the plane and to rely on the technology well for a little bit of convenience more in the case of emergency. But I don't I don't wanna plane that's flying itself. And and and there are rumors out there a lot of rumors about why these planes have crashed that it might be a software issue that's being alleged out there too. So you can't rely on automation. If the automation is flawed. Exactly, right. Yeah. And so I'm sure Trump will take his obligatory on the media. But I mean, he may not be able to fly that plane. He's been sending in for all these years. But I mean, I think he was concerned by his own personal safety and the safety of his family. And I'm sure he has enough information. Just right running his own high even even without it doesn't even have to go to the presidential level. I've been looking at a lot of newscasts since the the opium crash. And when that plane crashes and there were reported problems, including another crash, they just need to be grounded to find out. It's not something that is up for debate. It's not something that you have to take a second look at. It's like, hey, there's a problem here. Let's find out what it is. I don't know what the big debates been for the last few days. I don't know why there was hesitation on the part of anybody. But Edward thank you for your call. Do appreciate.

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"cessna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To weigh in with newest Cessna of the political scandals in Richmond states legislative Blackhawk. It's in the state's democratic congressional delegation of each reiterated their calls for governor Ralph northern to step down while reserving judgment for now on both Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. Both groups called for a sexual assault accusations against Fairfax to be investigated and urged herring to continue working to regain the trust of Virginians. Prince George's county police have stepped up safety enforcement on Indian head highway where there have been dozens of deadly crashes over the past decade, including the deaths of three young children just last month in the suspected drunk driving crash. We have arrested ten people so driving under the influence, and we issue more than three thousand citations to drivers on route ten specifically, and that that is more than three thousand citations in just thirty seven days, corporal, the Mark. Robinson a DUI checkpoint was set up on the highway last night. At least one arrest was made for DUI Ebro Lee was one of the driving forces in the creation of downtown Silver Spring and a major developer in the area in the twentieth century. But it was also a segregationist to work to keep blacks from living in his developments. Now, the president of the Montgomery County council is calling for a middle school named after lead to get a new name Nancy Navarro says more than ninety percent of the Silver Spring schools population or children of color, and they deserve a name more befitting of the times leads grandson who runs the family business. Now says he supports the changes. Well, checking your money. The Dow opens at twenty five one seventy the NASDAQ at seventy to eighty eight in sports.

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"cessna" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on KGO 810

"I hope you're listening a better be. Listening know what they're doing if they're, gonna get real estate information I mean everybody knows the listen. To our, show we've been around for a while mean where does back again or this last week has been insane I mean absolutely insane when it comes to real estate from. In my own personal business and you and I were. Just talking off, air and how crazy it was for you we're going to get in that litter, on the show but I mean I think one of the, questions that you're buyers are asking you. With, absolutely hilarious. But so pertinent that people don't. Really ask, all the time the buyers? Really do need to know, yeah I agree I get asked all. The, time you know, does, this have HOA fees Are. There, other costs. That are involved you know what. Do I, need to be worried about There are so many different fees so many different things that people just don't ever really think about, when it comes to buying real estate, is? Because. There's also there's, the price of the home then there's the cost of a home right. Yeah and you know it's just sometimes? People really, aren't sure what to expect out of pocket You know it's, always good to talk to them about costs like that up front just so that they're aware of. It, so whenever I. Go show any homes if there are fees or any additional fees I always, like to, talk to them about it ahead of? Time because if that does? Affect what they're thinking about the house then you know they need to know that so that maybe we don't waste, our time going to look at, it, yeah you, never know 'cause there's the fees. And there's so many things built. Into where the where the how how are they each always been run are they are financially stable are they gonna call for Cessna sometime down the road instantly, be a cash burden on every single, unit? They. Include I always, get that would include there's you know some of them are so high I always try to give people all the information I, can if there are HOA fees, what, are some, of the questions you've got sweet Sum this? Up, I got this. Week when it came to, just buyers and sellers what the market's like where's it going to be in the future however has been appreciation what's been in different counties where's. It going to be in a year versus where it was last year. Is a good time to buy is a good time to buy and you know there's, a different answer for every? One of those questions one of the things that I? Actually talked to my buyers and sellers about is? Like why are you doing this what are you truly, trying to get out of this is it a one or is it a need and once we identify if it's a, wonder, a need. Then we take that we go, down each one of those paths so. That we can help them applicable be so they're they're they're okay I need, to buy said house or I want to buy side investment what. Are going to be the ramifications quarter are going to be the returns or you, can tell there's a lot. Of answers a. Simple question so there are you're giving me a look across studio like her eyes bugging, out like what is he gonna oh my? Gosh So based off that what do you think are the most important things, that everyone should ask? The? Real estate agent Well when it comes to by asking the, rules they didn't you need to go down. A couple of questions some of, the? Biggest? Ones are kind? Of like what are the turnover rates in the area and when we say turnover rates what. What what's the absorption how many homes are selling in the marketplace because you've you're looking at it as an investment your turnover is. Going to be important 'cause you need to turn it and, burn it and get it back out on the market but, if you're going to buy it and live in it. You don't really need to care, about that for right? Now but you need to make sure your binding good marketplace another question I get. Is like what are the. Schools and sometimes like I have a client, right now that there are there older couple they don't have any kids they don't really care, about the school districts but you, really need to care about the school districts.

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"cessna" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Cessna, one seventy two also often used as, a trainer for flight. Students just starting. Out in those who. Are earning their instrument ratings the planes collided over the Everglades. Not far from Miami executive airport at least three people are dead the National Transportation. Safety board is now tasked with trying to find out what, caused the collision a process that will almost certainly take months and among. The three dead and nineteen year old police say that they believe there's a fourth victim whose body has not been found yet I accept our intelligence communities conclusion Russia's meddling in the two thousand sixteen election So President Trump trying to clarify what he meant when he. Said that he had no reason to believe Russia was involved in interference in the. Two thousand sixteen election sentence in my remarks I said the word would instead of what Should have been I don't. See any reason why I wouldn't say Russian so as a result of all of this misspeaking. At least three democratic lawmakers want the house to subpoena the US translator from the Trump Putin meeting Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire Representative Joe Kennedy of Massachusetts and congressman. Bill Pascrell, of New Jersey want the translator to tell congress what. Was said during President Trump's a private meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a letter sent to the leaders of, the house, oversight and, government, reform, committee on Tuesday Pascrell said congress deserves to know the details of their private conversation translator marina gross was the, only other American in the room when Trump sat down. With Putin in Helsinki on Monday Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio please and blatant. Beach investigating a fatal.

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"cessna" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Visit an environmental cessna was required the city as we push down the curve start wanting to intervene at the health department at lower and lower levels of lead so although it wasn't in our law or in our house court we have been intervening at a level of ten micrograms per deciliter and for very young children we went down to eight children who are sixteen months later and that meant that by saying intervene i mean going to the home and checking out the home for for lead source all children who were five or higher there their physician who took the blood test wasn't formed at they level was elevated in that they should assess the child at meant monitoring their blood lead level or talking with the family about peeling paint anybody with peeling pain kenana complaint basis request an assessment of their apartment for if they have a child living there who's under the age of six so what happened in twenty twelve it was really a change in philosophy of the cdc they weren't any longer saying that we have a cut point and above that cut point we're really concerned and below that cut point we have less concern they said we've looked at the data and there's never a point where concern about lead goes to zero so that's why you'll hear people say that there's no level of lead in the blood that's safe we want it to go down and we we the best level is zero but of course the risk associated with the level just like cigarette smoking one cigarette a day is not the same as two packs a day the the risk is varies with the with the level the so at that time the cdc said we're not going to any longer pick a new cup point we went from sixty to forty two twenty five to ten now we're going to look at the whole distribution and say we want to see that distribution shift to lower levels we want to see it continue to go down and they set this cut point at five and that meant that seven ninety seven point five percent of children were below five at that time and two point five percent were above so it was based on the distribution of results in the population and if we're doing our job as public health agencies across the country that distribution will continue to shift downwards and the proportion the cut point for children who stand at the upper end of the distribution are in the highest two point five percent of child blood lead levels that point will continue to go down at the moment it stands at about five and that is the level that we're now going to be using not only to notify physicians and families but to actually go to the home and that a citywide standard we're very pleased that we will have the resources to do this and i think it's good for children so but just to make clear again that it's that at all times the city actually has been out ahead of the of the standards promulgated by the federal government and the state government and ahead of our own codified rules because we are very committed to tackling lead since two thousand and four we have reduced the number of children with elevated blood lead levels using five is the cut point by ninety percent but we still have about five thousand children in that category and we care about every one of those children and if parents are concerned i mean when they take their child to the pediatrician they can ask the pediatrician jazz for lead right yes we the way we know about these children is that all blood lead level tests are reported to us all no matter how old you we get them all and if you we it is state law that we that physicians test children at age one and two and you know the reason that we focus on very young children is that those are the kids who are crawling around putting stuff in their mouths and lead exposure risk declines with eight because you grow up and you stop putting stuff in your mouth so we focused and additionally these children who are most vulnerable because their nervous systems are still developing and then of course there's a question of even if you find the presence of the pain what do you do remediation remediation abatement no that's clear right we the.

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"cessna" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"First of all i i don't agree with your your cessna i think tennessee's program has has been through a tough time lately but i think you have to look at who is in charge now not what has happened in the past well thank you for the call do appreciate it ray is up next ray go right ahead hey ball how are you doing great i just wanted your opinion the the super regional that's being hosted in nashville they they claim they take all the different there have all the different reasons they pick it but if it's based off of capacity and availability and everything else then ville stadium seats just under four thousand and duty noble and hold capacities at thirteen thousand have set a record at over fifteen thousand you got to see you as going on in nashville this weekend and some other things ranking we call for a second here i think that has done based on seating not by locating a lot about bilo cow is it not i didn't think it was it may i mean there's they say there's several different things that go into the aspect of it allstate was a higher seat but i could be wrong i tell you what right i don't know i was i was in california yesterday and i don't know what went into the the announcements but we will find out is that fair yes fair and vanderbilt web state during the regular season i get that i don't think it has anything to do with it though i think it has everything to do with the i'm guessing you're i'm gonna lean on somebody to tell me right from wrong but i'm pretty sure this is predetermined by the nc double a's selection committee not by that i mean we had ray tanner on last week from destin and they see the tournament and i'm pretty sure i'm just gonna pause there because i don't know but but i thought the the ranking of the seeds were indicative of how they determine the super regionals i'm gonna lead in the guys in the booth they follow college baseball closer than i do.

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"cessna" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors

Book Marketing Mentors

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors

"That transitioning from me to them that's where we use the marketing cessna is we positioned the questions on the marketing assessment and we have a fabulous tool that we use called a smart biz quiz tools that actually go through and we ask the questions and then we have a commitment level so not only are we asking from our potential audience where skillset is and what they need were also asking them their commitment level to solve the problem so we have three questions that you and i we were putting this together we would discuss what your three biggest obstacles are to getting clients in the door and those would become our commitment section we're shifting it from look at me on the book grew on the person who has programs to let's talk about you from minute let's discuss what your goals are in what you need and i think that's a huge shift in the marketplace because we're always out trying to sell our ideas to people when we position it like this they're actually sounding themselves to us so we go from being very powerless to very powerful because we can pick and choose who we wanna work with who's in our community and we can build a community that is full of our ideal clients if easy really easy to sell books ronald services so you mentioned the would that fuller toward the fula two s would the people get so crazed about.

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"cessna" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Thirty that happened under the cessna foster act that is about to be signed supposedly section to thirty dozen shield platforms from liability under federal criminal law across the board section to thirty also doesn't she'll platforms across the board from liability under civil law courts have allowed civil claims against online platforms when a platform directly contributed to the unlawful speech so i don't know what an example of that would look like but if a website where to somehow you know help a person i guess promote it's unlawful speech meaning right though you're allowing people to post classified ad and we are now saying that classified ads or unlawful no no no what i meant i maybe i wasn't explaining this well what i meant was there saying here that under the previous section to thirty what's what's in fact so the the existing right so what's in effect now is presumably going to be changed very very soon here that will explain you you'd still be able to make a claim against an online platform if they directly contributed to the unlawful speech so they're talking about changing that to make it so that if anything that's unlawful happens on the site the site operators responsible for that right so if let's say for instance and i know some people are upset that twitter removes profiles for or accounts of people that make terrorist threats if twitter we're not removing the accounts of people making terrorist threats then twitter could be accused of facilitating and allowing or something i mean if it was brought to their attention maybe so when twitter is notified somebody has made terrorist threats twitter will remove either the tweet or the profile right so if twitter did not remove the profile than they could possibly be in violation of existing section twothirty possibly section to thirty as it stands strikes a careful balance between enabling the pursuit of justice and promoting free speech this is according to the f f electronic frontier foundation and innovation online platforms can be held responsible.

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"cessna" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The web it wouldn't be the first time that internet companies have taken action for example when you've had this issue of the fake news that we've had going on you have seen some online provider say they're going to tighten up their services to try to root that out another thing that's going on right now many many online companies are getting rid of their personals ad sections or other parts of their classified online sections because of this sex offender sex trafficking act that's been passed cessna foster and it makes internet providers liable if they are hosting material that is sexual exploitation of minors you know for a long time internet providers and we're talking we're talking not only whoever gives you your connection at your house but people that host domains service providers that provide servers that hold all the data for a company and they were not that interested in policing what went on one reason is just obvious because hey if i'm providing you the internet do i want to get involved in stopping you from getting what you want because maybe for example if i'm a direct internet provider to your house and you have an option and i'm starting to censor stuff you might go with the competitor not that many people have that many options unfortunately but that's another issue the other thing is that old section to thirty of the communications decency act basically gave a lot of presumptive protections to internet providers for anything going on on their platforms if they're not doing it if third parties are using a hosting service and they're doing things that are illegal under this section two thirty usually the internet providers are found blameless there are starting to be some holes poked in.

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"cessna" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"A cessna implanted oddball you're out gladio that was what can't madam complain about all right will bring a crisp allen here chris sue chris bell landrieu first uh personal tabei live lock round holiday shopping from your mobile device were about how easy it is you go online but they're scammers out there that can steal your credit card info another data with phony retail laps only download the apps from reputable stores and read the reviews for complaints about mao where let's be safe there people come on coming in the two thousand eighteen think with all the christmas shopping you're about to do online don't you want to protect yourself 100 percent of one of the christmas shopping i do with online now go to any stores that's fine imagine got yeah it's like imagine dillon dry and with no car insurance they'll mike how could you imagine that i just kids they live in our own it is at the cost of doing business that assault couple bucks a month you get lifelock you get protection and you don't get your identity stolen lifelock detects a wide range of identity threats and if you have ron their usbased restoration specialists will work to fix it it's life lock dasa no one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses lifelock and uncover threats you might miss join now and get to her ten percent off with promo code adam call one eight hundred lifelock or go to lifelockcom use promo code adam that adam to save ten percent now all right so the shoes worship poster arrive yesterday but so far we've not seen them yet i i'm not versed on i heard there were workers boast the land yesterday or possibly today so one la will keeper she went on to anything she become wire i'm i'm hellbent on wearing those things to my white elephant party.

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"cessna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The faa says the cessna crashed not far from freeway airport a buoy seventh seventy two year old pilot says his plane clipped the treeline approaching the airport it was able to walk away the crash is being investigated a final vote on the senate tax reform plan gop leaders still hopeful little happen later today after hitting some snags what have the gop scrambling continued worries by some in their ranks about how much the cuts will put on okla saves credit card correspondent bob costantini debate on the bill resumes later this morning not guilty the verdict in the case of an undocumented immigrants accused of murdering a young woman in san francisco in a decision president trump called disgraceful jose garcia sirotta is acquitted of murder and kate starre emily's death he was convicted of felony possession of a firearm and faces up to a threeyear sentence prosecutor alex bastion is disappointed with the verdict the jurors are the ones that make a determination on case we we will respect that decision immigration officials say they will try to deport garcia's urata again he had already been deported five times before the fatal 2015 shooting i'm john lawrence reporting medical marijuana dispensaries will soon be opening round maryland we eric be able to provide agent with with quality manhattan anti grossman is the coowner of the medical marijuana dispensary rise silver spring he says he can't give an exact date when they'll get their medical marijuana end up they hope to have some ready to sell in the next few days rock moving park in a lot of things that are out of our control which is why it's hard for me to say we are going to open on this day and other dispensary potomac less dixon rockdale says on facebook it's scheduled to open this afternoon heather curtis on wmal wmal dot com federal prosecutor say a maryland.

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"cessna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"cessna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The fullest couple in the road as big as sandwiches and of course that will blends coffee the fresh generals on the road i know you can say and knows you're thinking i could use a hot shower right now or call one wanted the bands at the time of day of the situation but in yeah if you're going to your home wanted you'd have to get cleaned up catch this hour and don't forget the fill the rigor and it's right dan we gunning or other buddies also in yeah we got to say hide our good friends over at us at the owner operator independent drivers association be sure to check out and see what all they can do to becoming a member there and support the causes it annulled tuesday thin for us during the weather and right now i can say everything looks pretty good out of west coast that's where you good buddy seat he he has always brands hang out though well they hang out that in san diego an la live honda hogg and then of course they all congregated up there in san francisco one way or the other work the rail on of the portland and seattle with everything with signs dry i mean there is a few showers this does rumbled around seattle but i think they lose out maybe a few showers up around spoke pain billings montana but looking on down a map everything looks pretty drive with the exception to the dentist santa fe in albuquerque there could be a chance to dreamt is the some severe thunderstorms hours no problems to texas with a drying out pretty good with the cessna one band of showers the after a hurts serbian look out there the rest of the country remains high and dry wherever i look whether it's a memphis st louis indianapolis milwaukee detroit this for were they taken the or hide in the tunnel won't come out and salutes dr us through cbs's nerve flagged washington dc new york boston and dry you in florida looks like that one banner sauers lose data's atlantic he looks pretty good anything on your severe weather man it has been an easy night with good uh think this nothing and i.

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