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"one aircraft" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on AP News

"Album in October. Michael McDonald says rehearsals have felt like old friends getting together rather than old rivalries. If the tourists cut short, 2022 is the 50th anniversary of their first hit, Listen to the music. Margie Szaroleta, a source tells the AP Buffalo Bills receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis must spend at least five days away from the team facility after having close contact with a trainer who tested positive for the coronavirus. It means they will miss the bills last preseason games Saturday. Both Beasley and Davis tested negative. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, an official tells the AP President Biden is going to adhere to his self imposed deadline a week from today. Withdraw US troops from Afghanistan. John Kirby is a spokesman at the Pentagon. We continue to make progress every day in getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. Major General Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they are working to meet the deadline. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul. As of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh, one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise doesn't like the idea of a timeline. We need to have the top priority to tell the Taliban. That we're going to get all of our people out. Regardless of what timeline was initially set, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the U. S and allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos. I'm Ed Donahue.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on AP News

"Spokesman John Kirby backs that up. There's been, uh, no change. To the timeline of the mission, which is to have this completed by the end of the month. The evacuation continues at the Kabul airport at a brisk pace. The Taliban wants the US out on August 31st. This is House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy. At no time should America. Ever bend or allowed the Taliban to tell us when we have to stop bringing Americans out. Some G seven leaders want the deadline pushback. But President Biden said no. Kathy Huckle became the first female governor of New York and said she would make I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, an official tells the AP President Biden is going to adhere to his self imposed deadline a week from today. To withdraw U. S. Troops from Afghanistan. John Kirby is a spokesman at the Pentagon. We continue to make progress every day in getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. Major General Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they are working to meet the deadline. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul. As of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh, one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise doesn't like the idea of a timeline. We need to have the top priority to tell the Taliban. That we're going to get all of our people out regardless of what timeline was initially said Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the U. S and allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos. I'm Ed Donahue 80 news. I'm Ed Donahue. Major.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In. The Chicago police are investigating a shooting in old town in the 1400 block of North Wales Gunfire shattering windows of two restaurants early this morning at 3 15. This was at the old town Poor house in the old Jerusalem restaurant, no injuries reported. U. S. Military officials say the mass evacuation effort in Afghanistan is picking up steam each day. A Pentagon briefing today, Army Major General Hank Taylor said more than 58,000 people have been flown out of the country over the last 10 days, and the general said in the last 24 hours alone, U S and NATO military aircraft flew out nearly 1300 individuals. One aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes now the CIA's director met with the Taliban earlier the Taliban, saying it won't extend the deadline to evacuate and they're not in favor of Afghan nationals, leaving The Pentagon, then saying it needs the Taliban for a safe exit. President Biden is going to be making remarks and we will take it live. He has reportedly said through an official at the White House that he is not extending the deadline. Meantime, House Republicans are slamming the president for that decision. Congressman Mike Rogers of Alabama. Either he is senile or he's in denial. But either way, it's reckless for our country, and it's a disaster is taking place is his responsibility. Rolling Stone drummer Charlie Watts has died at age 80, his publicist says he passed away peacefully in a London hospital surrounded by his family. WLS news time is 12 32. To the roads. We go, and we're looking pretty good out there. I'm not seeing any major trouble spots are slow down to this time. We will bring you another traffic update in 15 minutes.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, An official tells the AP President Biden is going to adhere to his self imposed deadline a week from today to withdraw U. S troops from Afghanistan. John Kirby is a spokesman at the Pentagon. We continue to make progress every day. In getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. Major General Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they are working to meet the deadline. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul. As of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh, one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise doesn't like the idea of a timeline. We need to have the top priority to tell the Taliban that we're going to get all of our people out. Regardless of what timeline was initially set, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the U. S and allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos. I'm Ed Donahue, a Taliban spokesman, says There can be no extensions. The US evacuations in Afghanistan Zabiullah Mujaheed says the U. S must complete evacuation of people from Afghanistan by the August 31 date that Biden administration set for the withdrawal of all American troops. Mujaheed adds His group will accept no extensions to that deadline, He says Life is returning to normal in the country. The chaos at the airport remains a problem. Many Afghans are desperate to flee the Taliban takeover of the country. I'm Charles de Ledesma. This.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Great show, you know, and the days when I was doing corporate travel, one of the Golden rules Was that you don't put all your key people on one aircraft. Yeah, whether it's general aviation or commercial or whatever. One company I worked for had their top three executives on it. They were on the play that went into the Pentagon killed the company. Yeah. Other people. Yeah, I think that don't do that. And I can't imagine how stout dumb of the move. This is. Yes, that's a valid point. By the way, there are 51 of them on two chartered flights. So I assumed it was the neighbor of 25 or 26 on each of them. I don't know how they configured it. But point well taken. Uh and, uh, some paper would probably assert that that solves the problem. It doesn't And it shouldn't happen that way, obviously, But I think so Much of this illustrate illustrates. Thoughtlessness and silliness with no real substance. If you have a a position that you want to share and voice you have the podium in the place from which to do it at the State House in Texas. That's exactly what their job is. And by the way, none of these people were drafted disturbing the and the Legislature. They sought these positions. They went out and campaigned for their raise money. They figuratively speaking twisted arms to get there. And now when you have a tough one that may be difficult to, uh, to change minds on You jump on a flight out of town. It just makes no sense to me Whatsoever. J. I appreciate the call very much, and we got a lot more to talk about on this and there is I really think it's important to understand the specific nuance and how this plays out. And what it means, because it's not. This is not going to resolve this issue. No matter how long they do it, it will come back. It looks as though and I would venture to say that those in the majority in Texas Are that much more committed to seeing this through to fruition. And of course, you've got the lieutenant governor. The governor, The attorney general are all on the same sheet of music, as is the majority of Legislature so it'll be very interesting to watch much more conversation coming up. Digging.

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U.S. Senate Candidate Sean Parnell Says Biden Isn't Being Tough on China

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Sean Parnell Says Biden Isn't Being Tough on China

"Know, but they need to know to so on this China problem with Biden. I mean, we've got a serious issue right now, Sean again. We're talking to Sean Parnell. I mean, the guy is weak. And China. Listen, they're not the economic superpower we are. Let's not overdramatize they maybe in the future, but they're not now. I mean, they have one aircraft carrier. I think that's going to be nuclear powered, coming online. What we have nine or but when we got a few more, I mean, so they're not really on par with us. But there it's nothing to sneeze at. Either. Their military is significant, and this guy is weak. I mean, he's out there yesterday in the press conference, mumbling, stumbling bumbling around. You know, your thoughts on this guy is Commander in chief. Given your service in the military? Well, I think there's no question that he's weak, and I think many of the questions that people in Pennsylvania have and probably across the country is who's really running the show. And I think by and large, most people believe that, you know, he doesn't take China seriously enough. Now you're right not to build China up too much. But the fact of the matter is that in 10 years Like they will have an economy that eclipse his hours. If continuing has that we're on right now, From an economic standpoint, from a military standpoint, I mean, look, they're not shy about their geopolitical goals. Their goal in China is to depose the United States of America as the lone world superpower and I mean, and if you look at the way that we've handled this whole lab leak theory, which I don't think it's a theory. Actually think coronavirus Lab. China has not had to face any repercussions for that at all. And it doesn't seem like no Biden is inclined to hold China accountable for the play today, at least on the world. So yet my fear Is that leadership is about strength, especially when you're leading the number one superpower in the world with the strongest military in the world, like projecting strength at all times, and Joe

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A Discussion on Leveraging Emerging Technologies

The Fighter Pilot Podcast

01:52 min | 6 months ago

A Discussion on Leveraging Emerging Technologies

"The last two decades american nato combat aviators have been deploying to combat operations in afghanistan iraq another locations throughout the middle east with a focus on supporting troops on the ground years pointed. The middle east have been focused on missions and environments were american. Airpower is all but uncontested. He sustained appointments can with budget sequestration that began in two thousand thirteen at work for much of the capital stock that the aviation community depends on performance mission sustained deployment cycles of also stressed or pilots entered families. Sequestration was followed by a sustained period of shortfalls implied hours in maintenance capabilities resulting in increased fatalities in us military aviation particularly in the marine corps. This many either leave service entirely or continue serving in the reserves or international gar leading short shortages of experienced pilots on active duty during this time united states has begun to contend with renewed russian aggression in eastern europe in syria as well as a growing threat posed by china as this new era great-power competitions beginning combat aviation is undergoing some significant changes. I an aging fleet of fort generation aircraft is being replaced in fifth generation aircraft generation aircraft combined low observable stealth technology sensor fusion medium-range air-to-air missiles and unparalleled radar detection range into one aircraft giving pilots and unmatched advantage over any aircraft shielded by hostile nation. All these airplanes are exceptional in their capability. They're very expensive to operate acquiring increase maintenance hours in costing more per flight hour than their fourth generation predecessors second military is outsourcing adversary training aircraft also known as red air to private companies. These companies are able to deliver cost efficient solutions to the military for adversary training capabilities. Other aircraft are not adequate to simulate the threat of a russian su fifty seven or chinese j twenty.

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Ingenuity Flies on Mars

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:40 min | 7 months ago

Ingenuity Flies on Mars

"Rabbi like this This headline in flying magazine ingenuity becomes the first aircraft to fly on another planet that means the aircraft from earth to fly on another planet correct. Okay picky picky picky. Other people liked the title. I'm i'm sorry if you're unhappy. I didn't get your memo. It's so no i. I really thought it was nice. That they when the copter flew What did it go. I think one up to three feet so a meter three time three meters the first flight three meters the first flight okay But did the last very long no just thirty seconds. It will hovered for thirty seconds and the total flight was thirty. Nine seconds. well great. So what do you need me for now. But i really thought this was pretty cool. That they They attached a A piece of the original wright brothers flyer to the machine and So when it took off it was also i and i. I wonder how many people really thought about it that way. I mean if this had been nine hundred sixty nine again when they first landed on the moon and people went insane. It's one thing. But i bet a lot of people didn't even know what was going on that. That's always a shame because they put so much work into into making this thing go And but it it. Each flight has gotten a little longer.

What is the Mars Rover Helicopter Really Doing?

Ground Zero Media

02:01 min | 7 months ago

What is the Mars Rover Helicopter Really Doing?

"On ground zero. We're very happy. to Give you what. I call bedtime stories for grownups. And that's exactly what we're doing here because it just seems to me that we are Certainly you know in a time where Some of the best stories all they come out of conspiracy theory they come out of You know just discussion of things outside the box. Most conspiracy theory is fueled by a desire to see. The universe is ultimately intelligible and the bargain. Being that these things can make sense. But only if you believe in a pervasive totalitarian cover up now one of the biggest conspiracy. Theories is always been the cover of activities in space and their relationship. Our military has with possible extraterrestrial encounters for some time. Now there's been an attitude of malice towards the government in the military with regard to what is invading our airspace now. This is in gender to cloak and dagger attitude that has lingered after the cold war with regard to cover ups at roswell. Now we have men in black. We have that attainments at area fifty one. We have the belief that the new space forces all about alien warfare the future warren spaces however the conspiracy theories of a cover up are now being dissolved because science is advancing toward the competence of alien contact and biological signatures being discovered another planet mars. Especially because you know of course. We all know that monday last monday nasa the ingenuity mars helicopter became the first aircraft in history to make powered controlled flight on another planet. Now the ingenuity team. The agency's jet propulsion laboratory and southern california confirmed. The flight succeeded after receiving data from the helicopter via nasa perseverance. Mars rover now. People have asked why we need a helicopter on mars and of course well they need to get aerial views of the planet and some speculate. The secretly nasa wishes to get aerial views of extraterrestrial artifacts ruins or even wreckage been may have been left behind by extraterrestrial civilizations

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United Airlines eyes 200 small electric air taxis that will zip people to airports

Bob Sirott

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

United Airlines eyes 200 small electric air taxis that will zip people to airports

"Airlines says they'll buy up to 200 small electric air taxis. Help customers and urban areas get to O'Hare. United, saying they will help electric aircraft startup company Archer developing aircraft capable of helicopter style vertical takeoffs and landings. Really The company. Archer hopes to deliver its first aircraft in 2024 FT. Win certification from the F

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World in much better place to fight desert locust scourge  UNs FAO

UN News

07:50 min | 11 months ago

World in much better place to fight desert locust scourge UNs FAO

"It's been described as a biological time bomb the worst upsurge in decades this time last year. Swans of desert locusts started to spread across countries in the horn of africa devastating crops and people's livelihoods. Fa yours emergency campaign appealed for urgent action to avoid a looming locust plague and humanitarian crisis. Now one year on. I'll we winning the fight. I put that question to senior locust. Forecasting officer keith pressman case when we spoke a year ago or it was just as the desert locust swarms with starting to invade the horn of africa. Could you briefly sum up the events of the last you well. A lot has happened in the past year. The last time we spoke a year ago swarms or just invading kenya in the horn of africa. They're spreading through other countries in the region. And since that time now there has been several generations a breeding. So what that means is that the locust numbers had just increased further and this is mainly due to exceptionally good weather. Conditions for the locus. The the problem did not remain only in the horn of africa but last summer there is a very important threat to west africa. Fortunately that did not occur but there was an additional extension of the current upsurge in southwest asia so in countries like iran pakistan and india. Fortunately the end of the summer. I very intensive efforts of those countries. The app surge was brought under control there but it still remains in the greater horn of africa. So that means them. Kenya's mali ethiopia dan and yemen. And that's that's what we're facing now again this year. And it's very interesting because you know when we last spoke a year ago. I mentioned swarms invading kenya. Well that's what they're doing again now and they started invading kenya from the north from eastern ethiopia from central somalia. I'm just before christmas and this was predicted so similarly to what happened last year again is not a surprise. We were expecting this and are we in a better position now. Are we better place to fight the desert lucasville. Much much better. You know last year at this time. We're in a very very precarious situation. We had you know. Huge numbers of locust swarms had developed and were moving in invading countries. That had not seen logos for seventy years. You know such as kenya other countries. That was a worse situation and more than a quarter of a century. They just simply were not prepared to respond to such a large scale invasion. They weren't trained. They had no resources. I'm no vehicles no spray equipment. No pesticides no aircraft. You know no logisticians. You know all of the elements components that you need in order to invoke control campaign so we were really. Let's say trying to catch up very quickly. We had no funding you know. Let's say desperate collectively desperate. I should say and the country's nfl. We're obviously we're scrambling doing the best. We could have that time but it was not enough we had to really really upscale and that's what's been achieved so now here we are in january twenty twenty one. It means we have everything in place. Yes we do have shortages of funding to keep those operations going in. This is extremely critical. But at least we're not at the stage of having to look for aircraft or having having to order equipment from abroad and wait for it to be delivered. All of the countries have those Elements in place. The faa ledge. Emergency response has seen incredible. International support including the mobilization of funds to tackle the small towns and prevent a humanitarian crisis always succeeding in the fight against desert. Lucas that show. We are succeeding. Yes if we had not been what we've been doing for the past year we would have seen a play by now. You know swarms from west africa to india from the equator to the mediterranean. We don't see that so. I think that that's confirmation that we are succeeding. We have probably less locust swarms than we did a year ago. A doesn't mean that you know we can sit back and relax but you know. There's a lot of work to do but i think the response as you mentioned from the international community has been exceptionally good globally. A more than two point. Eight million hectares retreated and twenty twenty. And that's an extraordinary achievement. These efforts of course they've saved enormous amounts of crop production an estimated two point seven million tons of crops or save last year. That's enough you know to feed eighteen million people for an entire year. The cost of that That was saved is something around eight hundred million dollars and you put that into balance with you. Know what did it costs to save that production we received last year. One hundred and ninety four million dollars so with that investment were able to save you know eight hundred million dollars or the food in additional able to to protect and safeguard one point two million households their livelihood. It's so you know our desert. Locusts extremely devastating. Obviously the response in the pasture has been exceptionally good. And of course you have to remember. We're competing against other emergencies. Such as covid nineteen indeed twenty twenty was a particularly challenging year. What can we expect for the will. The current upsurge continuing the problem. Is that the weather. Continues to favor the locus and you know. In the past locus upsurges lukas plagues they collapse because of two factors on because of the human intervention. You know the control operations everything that. We're trying to do to reduce locus numbers and a failure in the weather at and so far we're saying the former i'm we see those upskilled control operations working very well. I mean more than twenty one aircraft or an operation in eastern africa. But we haven't seen the break in the weather. We had again an extraordinary event last month in the horn of africa. Right exactly where the locust were we had a cyclone in december. Cyclones don't occur in the horn of africa december. But this is the second year in a row where we've had that so until we see you know kind of a break in the weather. And what does that mean. It means a failure of seasonal rains essentially or very unusually cold temperatures or strange wins that might carry all the locus into the ocean and where they would paris but until we see that we still have the challenge to to manage. This locus upsurge and try to to reduce impacts on food security and people's livelihood so for this year twenty twenty one and basically from now until summertime. We need eighty million dollars and the majority of this would be spent on maintaining those essential control operations by air and by ground as well as protecting the livelihoods. That was cave craftsman. Faa's seniors locust forrcasting.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"China's first self flying wing bomber, which is probably name, the H 20 is likely to resemble the North B two or the X 47 B and it's reported to have a range of 4500 nautical miles. A payload capacity of munitions of about 10 metric tons. Off the Pentagon's range estimates are accurate. The aircraft would not be able to reach the U S West Coast at least not without midair refueling, but it would encompass most of the northern Pacific Ocean, including Alaska and Hawaii. In Russia, the perspective aviation complex for long range aviation What a heck of a name for a bomber may well, that's their new bomber. It's likely transition into the production phase. Already, satellite photos earlier this year revealed a large new factory being erected, and in May it had also likely had the first major structural assemblies built for the first test aircraft. It's estimated that the first aircraft will be flying in 2021. The United States is also in the bomber race with the new Northrop Grumman Be 21 reader, in fact, the first aircraft for testing members from building for a one on site for at plant 42 in Palmdale, California. Sometime over least the next 12 months. First flight is likely sometime in 2022. This will be nearly 30. Years after the first generation stuff bomber, the Flying wing became operational. And do the secret nature of the B 21 program. Actual production unit costs are actually unknown. However, it's estimated the B 21 is going to cost a cool three quarters of a billion dollars each. Now for all three countries. These bombers are not going to be able to replace the existing bomber fleet for the U. S. The current bomber fleet dates back to the late 19 forties. So the play here will be the leverage the latest and propulsion center and weapons to breathe new life into these older aircraft. For example, by June next year. The Air Force will be awarded a contract to replace the six year old engines of the B 52 fleet. You heard that right 60 years old. A couple years ago is that the Oska share show and standing under a B 52 was the young captain, the pilot of the aircraft. And he was there talking with his dad and his grandfather Hood all flown the exact same airplane in the air force. I mean, the exact same airplane not just to be 52, but that b 52. Hard to believe we're still flying These old bombers. No. For some reason. It feels like we might be entering a new strategic arms race or maybe even new Cold War but this time with multiple countries. Performance. Freedom on chief for us or old asked me back to you, Colonel. Thanks, Roland. I learned about our military every week from you. Straight ahead on front lines of freedom will discuss challenges facing our nation. Colonel Allen West Well, then meet retired Navy captain Tom.

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Chuck Yeager, 1st to break sound barrier, dies at 97

Chris Plante

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Chuck Yeager, 1st to break sound barrier, dies at 97

"Also, the great Chuck Yeager General Chuck Yeager passed away sadly tragically first man to break the sound barrier, the X one aircraft that hangs from the ceiling in the Air and Space Museum in Washington. The great Chuck Yeager. You know the right stuff. Gotta stick of demons. Chuck Yeager passed away the age of

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"one aircraft" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Him Cove. It is personal this'll condition took my father's life. We couldn't be there for him. But I know as a former ICU doctor that they were there comforting him. On the day that slaloms father died. The field hospital opened well, there are more than 14 million confirmed covert cases here in the United States. Officials believe mid January There could be upwards of 3000 deaths per day at 5 49 a final farewell this morning to a legendary air force test pilot. CBS is Peter King. Was looking back on the remarkable life of Chucky Acre 1947. He became the first aviator to break the sound barrier. About half of the engineers. Aeronautical engineers gave us no chance at all of ever successfully flying beyond the speed of sound, they said. It's the so called Barrier and the airplane would you know, go out of control or disintegrate. But Yeager was neither worried nor afraid. When he flew the experimental X one aircraft over the empty Southern California desert and surpassed Mach one, he set the stage for astronauts to go into space. Many historians consider it the greatest flight since the Wright brothers flew at Kitty Hawk. Peter King, CBS News Shock Yeager was 97 years old at 5 50 lay off the balloons. That's what officials in Attleboro are telling folks who want, among other things to announce the sex of a coming baby with a balloon. The City Council band of the intentional release of balloons by any person or group and created a find for those violations. Although the fine is just 20 bucks. The goal is to make Attleboro cleaner and greener. Well, a new proof that morning. The new proof this morning rather that music is the universal language of the ghetto. It's a good time to be up Bad bunny. The Puerto Rican wrappers Empty Mo tour is the first album entirely in Spanish. Atop the Billboard 200 chart last week. Mrs CTS at the first Korean language number one single with life goes on Number two on this week's album chart. Hello, Miley Cyrus. Plastic Hearts. It's her highest chart position in seven years. Deborah Rodriguez, the CBS News and It's Now 5 51 on.

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Chuck Yeager, 1st to break sound barrier, dies at 97

KIRO Nights

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Chuck Yeager, 1st to break sound barrier, dies at 97

"Stuff. Chuck Yeager are Peter King has more 18 40 70 became the first aviator to break the sound barrier. About half of the engineers, aeronautical engineers. Gave us no chance at all of ever successfully flying beyond the speed of sound, they said. It's the so called barrier and the airplane would go out of control or disintegrate. But Yeager was neither worried nor afraid. When he flew the experimental X one aircraft over the empty Southern California desert and surpassed Mach one. He set the stage for astronauts to go into space. Many historians consider it the greatest flight since the Wright brothers flew at Kitty Hawk.

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Before Resigning, Prime Minister Makes A Final Push To Strengthen Japan's Military

All Things Considered

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Before Resigning, Prime Minister Makes A Final Push To Strengthen Japan's Military

"Abe, Japan's longest serving prime minister, is stepping down this week after eight years in office. With his career ending he has made a final push to strengthen Japan's military. As NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul. That push could affect the balance of power in Asia. At a press briefing last month to announce his resignation, Arbet said the country faces and increasingly harsh security environment for North Korea has greatly improved its ballistic missile capabilities. He said he questioned if it's enough just to be able to intercept those missiles. And later suggested Japan also needs a missile arsenal as a deterrent. That could alter the security landscape in Asia. Sheila Smith, the Japan expert at the Council on Foreign Relations, points out that at the moment, Japan is the only country in Northeast Asia that does not maintain ballistic missiles. One of Bob's career long goals has been to throw off post World War two restrictions on Japan's military. He failed to revise Japan's constitution in which Japan gives up the right to wage war. But in 2015, he did push through legislation allowing Japan to deploy troops overseas in support of allies. At the time. He explained it like this. I know From tomorrow, no more. Let us no longer turn a blind eye to the changes in the environment and remain idle said he urged Japanese to be more confident. They also oversaw the making of Japan's first aircraft carriers since World War two President Trump boarded one of them on a visit to Japan last year and praised his host. I want to thank my friend. And your prime minister. Is an extraordinary man. His commitment to improving Japan's defense capabilities. Which also advances the security of the United States of America. President Trump is questioned the need to protect wealthy allies like Japan, who he says don't pay their fair share of defense costs. Matsuhisa Sato, a lawmaker with the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, says that even before Trump, Japan knew that the U. S was weary from decades of foreign wars, almost taken taking a soldier's gotta move. No Sekai. No case took President Obama said that the U. S is going to stop being, the world's policeman says, and the lawmaker added the trend of countries taking more responsibility for their own defence will continue. Regardless of who the new U. S president is Washington in Tokyo insist their alliance remains ironclad. But doubts about America's commitment are driving the Japanese debate about missile defense. Sheila Smith of the Council on Foreign Relations, says this represents a shift in Japanese people's thinking they've grown up with the U. S. Japan Alliance says the you know like the framework within which Japan thinks about its security. They don't have A conversation. I've never really had a thought process in their public policy debate that says So, what do we do if the alliance doesn't work? Former defense official Kyoji Ah Nagasawa argues that Japan now faces twin risks in its alliance with the US home Tonight. One risk, he says, is that the U. S. Might abandon Japan thie. Other growing risk, he says, is that the U. S. May drag Japan into an unnecessary conflict, for example, with China He says Japan should focus on diplomatic solutions such as mediating between Washington and Beijing, rather than seeking new weapons. The outcome of Japan's internal debate on missile defense will become clear by year's end. When Shinzo Abe successor and his government roll out a new policy. Anthony Kun, NPR news soul

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Huey: The Workhorse of Vietnam Exhibit

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Huey: The Workhorse of Vietnam Exhibit

"Thought we'd We'd make you switch seats and Hanson and roles in everything Chris and talk about this new. One of one of the new exhibits that's gone into the museum, but a new aircraft for us. It is I'm really excited. It's something that as a rudder head. I've kind of been wanting to see the museum acquire for the last several years, but we were able to. Get A U H One Huey helicopter Totally, excited to see that come in and I I know we're going to get into a lot of the the Riviera of but It was exciting to see it. get trailer it on into us. Well, that's cool, and that of course happened in the midst of all the complications around around covert and those other restrictions, so we'll talk about that in a bit, too, but interesting to me that just with the passage of time with our museum This is something that we have an eagle hangar has traditionally been the venue, or we talk about military history, and we have our warbirds and other artifacts and things. That's been largely focused on World War Two since the advent of the museum, but we've seen F eighty six, an megan there periodically touching into Korea. Thomas More Scout, that sort of his edge, and there's going to cover World War One but this is really our first four into Vietnam, isn't it? Is it is? This is the first aircraft that we have from the Vietnam era Interestingly enough if you go back several years sort of on the gate guard side of things. We actually had a couple sky, raiders, and those are actually on different military bases. Now they were on loan to us but this is the first true aircraft donation to artifact that that we have in in the museum. Proper here and It's really exciting to see that come in because. You know when you if you look back. When Eagle. Hangar was built it was you know it was opened in the nineties, You know. It's about the fiftieth anniversary of world. War Two turn. Now you know were We're focusing never GONNA lose that focus of the World War Two generation that always going to be something special but we are broadening the horizons a bit to make sure we're. Live of experience excellent. Yeah, absolutely excellent, so then I suppose the first obvious question here is. Where did the idea for the Huey Exhibit? Come from was something that you know we've been looking at for a while. And the right opportunity came up or was this sort of a newer like we really need to. Branch out a little bit and feature this part of history as well It's something that that personally I've been pushing for a couple years. I joined the museum team that I think we need to get get a healy and and there are several reasons why that aircraft Early well. We have a Our Museum director is Huey pilot, so it wasn't hard to. To Sell Ron on the idea of. Like, we should have a you hit owed. He's like well. That sounds good to me. Who flew those? Which is true? Yes, exactly exactly, you're listening. So, it was very Once I came back with. Hey, there's more to it than just getting Hughie You know there's a lot of programming that comes with that we could do. There's a lot of artifact display that we could do love storytelling. And I think once once we all sat down and we really took a hard look at it rather than just a the perspective of boy. Wouldn't it be nice to have one We really got into what we could do with it. I think it was. It was kind of obvious we should we should. Try and get one.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That you're going to implement meanwhile yesterday a step was taken towards having a college football season in two thousand twenty the NC double a division one council yesterday approved a six week practice plan for football that will start next month in transition team from their current voluntary workouts amid the corona virus pandemic to the typical mandatory meetings a preseason camps to prepare for the two thousand twenty season for schools that start their season on Labor Day weekend required workouts will begin on July thirteenth July six for schools that start the season on August twenty ninth the two thousand twenty western and southern open will not be played in Mason it will be held in New York City at the Billie Jean King national tennis center the U. S. open will start a day after the conclusion of the western and southern open both events will be held without fans mo Egger seven hundred WLW sport right seven twenty five let's talk to Jay Wright of a J. you have others on your blog I guess two planes collided in Aberdeen Scotland at the airport but collided in a big a much bigger way than usual you know if we had a name the caption contest this would be a good one because this is something you don't see too often like we have one aircraft to basically Natalie clips another aircraft but actually has the nose go under the other aircraft which lifted off the ground the lord to regional commuter jets in Aberdeen Scotland both aircraft had no passengers which was good one was completely empty and then one was taxing and kept him continue to here and then continue to lift the other one off the ground about and I'll be anxious to read the accident report because something like that he was not a quick bump itself it took some time to get one aircraft into the other laying bumper jets and I don't want all right on United Airlines we have passengers who don't want to wear a mask and the airline saying yes you will yeah and basically if you take your mask off during flight United said that their can piling in internal the travel restricted list which basically means if you are found non compliant wearing your mask throughout the duration of the flight that they basically will take it under review and determine exactly how they're going to discipline you kind of like wait to your dad gets home because it's a matter of okay are they going to restrict me from flying for twelve months or longer to take away my frequent flyer program we really don't know but United has decided for whatever the reason like to draw a very hard line in the sand here saying you will wear a mask if you're gonna fly United Airlines if you choose to take it off during the flight bill be serious repercussions and it's again when you're begging for every single revenue passenger you can get I don't know if this is gonna work in their favour by encouraging people to fly air filter others won't wear masks for people that have respiratory issues we can't wear one medically the prevent them from flying selectively help or this one goes yeah no doubt all right as far as weather today got pretty good apples in Minneapolis is gonna give us some headaches like excuse me and then the later in the day could see some issues hello Delphian New York I think those will be minor Minneapolis probably give us the most delays with the rest of the country in very good shape all right not bad it's all coming up on seven twenty eight news about two minutes you got seven hundred WLW.

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Sailors cheer for aircraft carrier commander who was removed after issuing coronavirus warning

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Sailors cheer for aircraft carrier commander who was removed after issuing coronavirus warning

"For the U. S. as theater rose one aircraft carrier cheered for captain Brad crozier as he disembarked the ship for the last time an overwhelming show of support for their leader who was relieved of his command correspondent Barbara Starr the navy is making the case said he was relieved of command because he went around the chain of command that he sent this letter without going to his nearest boss who they say was just down the hall and the carrier they were on I'm

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"one aircraft" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And while the U. S. leads the way Italy is second with more than a hundred thousand and the death rate there is far higher than in the U. S. about twelve percent of patients in Italy who get the virus have died Italy and Spain are accounting for nearly half of all the deaths around the world on the U. S. military there about seven hundred troops infected and many of them on one aircraft carrier the USS Theodore Roosevelt is docked in the U. S. territory of Guam as the captain is calling on the trump administration for help this captain wrote a letter to the U. S. navy asking for assistance after up to two hundred of his sailors tested positive for Kobe nineteen is what the letter said what we are not at war sailors do not need to die if we do not act now we are failing to properly take care of our most trusted assets are sailors as fox's trading some of those sailors been taken off the ship for treatment and isolation in Guam and then the U. S. is also offered to lift sanctions on Venezuela there's a string attached dictator Nicolas Maduro with US does not recognize that country's president would have to give up the controller you still claims to have as Venezuela's leader securing America secretary of state Mike Pompeii says Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Huang why does should hand power to a five member council until election this tell Nicolas Maduro and one with would accept the council's state as the sole executive during this transitional period secretary Pompeo said the US still supports why does a rightful president of Venezuela saying if the election were held today he do incredibly well Rachel Sutherland boxes on Wall Street stocks could drop again to start a new month and quarter Dow futures down more than five hundred points coming off the worst quarter since nineteen eighty seven when the Dow plunged twenty three percent I'm Dave Anthony this is fox news as you and our community deal with a new way of life working from home and social distancing in the continuing question of when will things get back to normal we know that one of the things you might be worried about is paying.

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NASA Taps Snowstorm-Chasing Team To Improve Forecasting

Environment: NPR

03:22 min | 2 years ago

NASA Taps Snowstorm-Chasing Team To Improve Forecasting

"If you live in a place where it snows you probably know. The drill forecasters will predict a massive snowstorm. Grocery stores are emptied. And then there's just a light dusting getting. It happens every winter in part because we don't really understand how these storms work but a new study from NASA hopes to change that the impacts mission wants to improve our understanding of snowstorms and in particular of what are known as snow bands. Here to talk about the program. Is Lynn mcmurray. Principal investigator on impacts. Welcome thank you happy to be earned. So what exactly are snow bands. I've never heard this phrase before. Okay well within snowstorm which you have heard about the clouds associated with them Spent a large area. They can be you know is as far as Florida up to Maine but within those clouds. You have narrow regions where the snowfall is far more intense in the oftener organized in kind of a narrow narrow band and we just call those snow bands. Okay and how do you examine closely. These snow bands. I mean I understand that you're using to tair planes. Yes so this project a way we were going to investigate. These storms is fly to different aircraft. The first aircraft after fly high above the snowstorms. It will be equipped with remote sensing instrumentation. Okay and then the second aircraft will be flying inside the storm itself. I inside. It's making a different kind of measurements. It'll be measuring the environment in which the snowfall occurs. And we have these instruments called probes which which actually take pictures of the snow crystals themselves different altitudes you see different shapes crystals is absolutely fascinating. Eighty okay so how do these two planes help us understand how to predict snowstorms. So what we're going to be doing is investigating being the processes that create these snow bands. So trying to understand the science behind it and then also by because the one that's flying high has remote sensing instrumentation will help us be able to sense it from space better. The information from the remote sensing point of view view up above in inside. The clouds will also help us improve our forecast models which predict snowfall but need better Information about how that forms sue. How accurate do you think this study will help us get our predictions when it comes to snowstorms? Well hopefully much more accurate than we have now. right now do okay with the track of the large-scale storm certainly by twenty twenty four hours ahead of the storm but we don't have a good handle on a accurate predictions of the distribution of snowfall. Where it's going to snow heavily Lee where it's GonNa snow not at all and that's to do with these very small-scale narrow bands of intense snowfall so ultimately we'll have better forecasts of whether Boston or New York will get the most Snow Lynn? mcmurray is the principal investigator on Nasr's impacts mission. Thank you very much for joining us

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Interviewing Paul Wilson with Bell V-280 Valor

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:08 min | 2 years ago

Interviewing Paul Wilson with Bell V-280 Valor

"Our guest this episode is Paul Wilson he's chief engineer for the Bell v Two Eighty Valor program the V. Two eighties New Tilt Rotor in Paul leads the the engineering team responsible for the execution of all development efforts on the V. Two eighty joint multi-role tech demonstration and future version goal lift programs before he joined Bell Paul served in the US Air Force as an acquisitions in aerospace engineering officer and at Bell Oh but prior to his current role. Paul led the V. Two eighty vehicle systems team in the development and testing of flight control avionics propulsion in mechanics call systems all of that culminated in the successful first flight in two thousand seventeen and in his time at Bell Paul served in other leadership roles including as project manager for the for seven G X autopilot development and certification program and as the ipt lead for els vehicle management systems and integrated vehicle health management technology. Ira De Paul will come to the airplane Geeks podcast thank you for having me on glad to be with you now we're going to jump right in with appall and we'll come back to the nation news after that breath as I mentioned the Bell v Tweety Valor He's a tilt rotor aircraft it was selected by the US Army for the joint multi-role technology demonstrator phase which is a precursor for future vertical lift that program Paul can you tell us what those programs are in what is the US army looking for here blue it'd be glad to share that so we've been working here a bell on the Jamar Tech Demonstrator multi-role Tech Demonstrator Program for the for the six years and when the army started this effort about six years ago their objective was to support risk reduction technology ration- but really to get at the The key technical development areas I would support informing the art of the possible bowl for future vertical lift so future vertical lift is the future program of record those are the aircraft were trying to field in the future to the war fighter and then the joint multi-role demonstrator program is all the activities that go to reduce risk and informed capabilities and requirements for that future production program so as part of that future vertical lift the is actually composed of multiple classes over craft sizes of aircraft everything from what we call a capability set one aircraft which would be a light scout aircraft to the capability Lee said three which is the program that I'm working on the beach you eighty program we'll talk more about that up to potentially capability set five aircraft would be Think of a C. One thirty size vertical platform so really encompasses a large range of sizes of Eric craft and for the joint multi-role Tek demonstrator program we're focused on an aircraft that would be sized around providing black cock you age sixty like capability so the army wanted a platform like the age sixty from a size standpoint but that could bride longer longer range capability more speed capability improved hover performance in addition to improving things like survivor ability affordability etc and so the program that I've been working on has been focused on that future Blackhawk replacement aircraft from a construction standpoint and so over the past six years we've designed built and have now for the past two years been flying bells under a craft the beach you eighty which is for that Blackhawk replacement type aircraft and then going forward that future vertical lift program of record would again have multiple sizes of aircraft and the army is currently focused as part of their modernisation priority he's the two aircraft saw a platforms of their focused on in the near term are a small scout platform and that program is called the future attack reconnaissance aircraft and then the Blackhawk replacement aircraft which that firm is called the future long range assaults aircraft and so all the work we've been doing here over the past several years has been going towards again in formula requirements and reducing risk for that future long-range assault aircraft or the replacement for for the Black Hawk and there are as I understand it a number of companies that have been working in this area trying to develop things but it has has the army essentially made a down select to to you and in companies that is that where we stand on this now no so we're the program stands right now is a net tech demonstration phase and so as part of that the army a selected four OEM's For four manufacturers two of which were to build a build and fly tests demonstrator craft and then two other companies that were doing a ground based development or testing and so the two aircraft that are currently As part of the flight test program under the tech demonstration phase are bell with rb two eighty platform and Secorski Boeing partnership around the be one which is a different compound co ax type configuration and Adele has the the tote rotor version and then so that is not a competitive fly off at the end of the tech demonstration effort again we're reducing risks informing requirements and capabilities to help define help to find the technologies and read it technip technical readiness of that future platform on the record side so the programmer record which will end up being competitive would be the future long-range assault aircraft platform and so the army's working there acquis in strategy basically to develop continue to develop these capabilities continued inform requirements that would lead towards the record a couple years down the road I see okay the good that that makes a lot of sense and let me just also say at this point for for you listening that we have a number of pretty getting videos that bell has produced that show this aircraft to eighty hour in we'll have those in the show notes with your you know if you're at home or someplace in front of a computer as we're talking is you're listening to this as we're talking you might want to take a look at the show notes it airplane Geeks dot com slash five seven six and take a look at some of those those videos David where are you going to interject something hadn't planned on it but since you're asking I thought I heard you I've been on view to whole time if you're hearing me it's voices in your head could be Whoa Tilt Rotor over standard conventional helicopters and then a little bit more what what aspects of the tilt rotor different some say the V twenty two the current production tilt rotor. Sure Yeah Greg Greg question so the capability that tilt rotor brings is the combination of vertical lift capability with wing borne flight

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Collings Foundation B-17

Airplane Geeks Podcast

09:07 min | 2 years ago

Collings Foundation B-17

"Her first item from the NTSB this is NTSB issues seven safety recommendations to FAA related to ongoing lionair and ethiopian airlines crash investigations so is the headline indicates the NTSB's issued these seven safety recommendations the FAA he and i think is everyone probably knows the NTSB cannot order the FAA to ex- accept any of them and sometimes the FAA does sometimes they don't well these particular concerns are about the the multiple alerts in indicators that are considered when making assumptions as part of design safety assess commits and these are derived from the NTSB's examination of the safety in assessments that were conducted as part of the original design of the m. s. boeing's maneuvering characteristics augmentation system on the seven three seven max and the chairman of the NTSB robertson walt said we saw in these two accidents that the crews did not react in the ways boeing in the FAA assumed they were would he says those assumptions were used in the design of the airplane and we found a gap between the assumptions used to certify the max and real world experiences of these crews where pilots were faced with multiple alarms and alerts at the same time he says it is important to note that our safety recommendation report addresses that issue and does not analyzed the actions of the pilots involved in the lion air and ethiopian airlines since that analysis is part of the ongoing accident investigations by the respective authorities well what do you guys think this is i think interesting way to look at it at least you know this pass at it NTSB believes that the pilots would react in a certain way when the sirens started going off the m started activating and things just didn't work out that way what i really like about the recommendations divided into three specific areas in the first one says ensure system safety assessments for the seven thirty seven max and this is the part i like and other transport category airplanes that you certain assumptions about pilot response to uncommanded flight control inputs and consider the effects of alerts and indications i like the fact that they put in and other transport cabinet lori airplanes so that this isn't just going to be applied to one aircraft yes the NTSB as looking at this kind of system wide and not re cricketing the the the core issues here too just the circumstances with seven three seven max so that's good there's other other categories mike of recommendations here from the NTSB yeah they talk about incorporating robust tools and methods for validating those assumptions about pilot response and incorp rating system diagnostic tools to improve the prioritization is what it says clearly present failure indications the pilots to improve the timeliness and effectiveness response but what was interesting there was another story as well that unfortunately i can't get into right now because it was the financial times and it's not living in without being able to log in but it's about highlighting the importance of human factors that no company should ignore and especial and basically it talks about pilot overload and that's a lot of the things took place and what's interesting to me about that is didn't the air force did some big studies about pilot overload when they were dividing their fighters because there was so much information that by side to take into account right and apparently they didn't consider this in the in transport category aircraft in human factors his that's an area where it's easy make assumptions and unless you kind of test those assumptions there's no guarantee that as we see here that the the real world variances going to match with those assumptions because i don't know maybe there are people that are look at human factors from scientific st endpoint but it to me it just feels less quantifiable and therefore more more difficult to ensure that you're going to get the the reaction from the pilots that that you anticipate there's a lot of psychology that goes into that later stay yeah yeah what they should have done was put people in the simulator and see what happened at didn't get done so well and put people in the simulator that don't know what's about to happen and in an overly overly simplified cinematic version is what you saw in the tom hanks hudson movie where you know they were overdrive by the birds hit and cruising the simulators immediately diverted and made it to tito berg and the tom okay and the character said way we spent time trying to figure out what's going on macomb wait for whatever it was thirty five seconds to figure out what's going on and then some they couldn't make it and this may be a example in real life of what was cinematic -ly over-simplified in who've it's giving time for the crew to figure out okay some klaxons going off all right let's start looking at buttons in an alert rosters or alert pants yeah that's that's very perceptive that the yeah it's a similar kind of a an issue from a standpoint of human factors and how people respond to the city relations well we've been talking about the i. KO assembly in canada that's been going on the international civil aviation asian organization and that assembly we see has approved going forward with corset which is a carbon offsetting reduction scheme for international aviation and the the assembly also committed itself to undertake the research needed to develop by twenty twenty two a roadmap for a long term climate goal for national aviation so for the most heart in there are some exceptions here but for the most part the the members of keio are dedicated to proceeding with this carbon offset kind of scheme that we've you know we've had some difficulty in the past we've seen some difficulty being implemented in the past there were three countries that objected to this though that being china india and russia and i'm not certain what their specific reasons were for not being in favour of moving ahead with this coursey program india you can kind of speculate and perhaps china to that they are trying hang to catch up let's say to the rest of the world in terms of industry capability aviation capability and they may be feeling that a carbon offset program would not work to the benefit of of their airlines their aviation industry in relation to the rest so the world that may be part of their motivation carbon offsetting is a tough word define and even looking at the page this talks about it doesn't really explain what it means i hear carbon offsetting i think oh that what are we gonna do plant a tree for every airplane takes off it it doesn't really explain it almost act i mean what they say is if you if you produce carbon and can't reduce it to the levels that you know are the are the target levels then you have to do something else or fund something else that has an offsetting kind of effect so in some ways it kind of is like planning tree if you're gonna produce carbon and you can't reduce your carbon footprint to the again to the the level specified for for your industry segment than you gotta go out and do something else and then the other the other way that sometimes this is done is is with a marketplace where carbon credits can be what and sold and i think that approaches one where you're trying to create some economic incentive to reduce your own carbon footprint if you don't then you have to go out and purchase credits in i guess in that case the revenue from your purchase of that credits goes toward towards funding these other kinds of programs that seek to reduce the carbon footprint

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Airlines Planning Their Futures With The Possibility Of A Third Runway At Heathrow Airport

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Airlines Planning Their Futures With The Possibility Of A Third Runway At Heathrow Airport

"Seven years until the first aircraft are due to be cleared for takeoff on Heathrow's plan third runway and such has been the history of the project this may be an optimistic estimate this does not stop airlines planning for it however not least Virgin Atlantic which has announced that it hopes to use an expanded Heathrow to service eighty eighty four new destinations thirty five of them long-haul including Sydney Lima Calgary Beijing and Buenos Ayres joined with more on this by LS Taylor Asia editor at the aviation analytics firm CERIUM LS seriously. How much mileage is there in an airline planning for what it's going to do with Heathrow's food runway well you could sort of say that Virgin Atlantic really getting out there ahead of the runway and trying to stake a claim for for a number of thoughts that would really been up quite a number of new routes for them and bring a lot of competition to the Heathrow market but you know it's a long way out and there's a lot of water that has to pass under the bridge a before the runway actually gets going and be to make sure that they actually get the slots that they wouldn't eight to operate all these flights. It's a pretty ambitious claim and bold putting it out there but I guess you have to start somewhere and then going hard so is this basically politicking by Virgin Atlantic. They're throwing down a market here very much so and really what they're attacking is the way that slots are allocated Ed. Hey throw the current logic sort of says that when the new runway opens and opens up a bunch of new slots for flights to come in and out is it they'll probably followed. Loyd the same way that they allocated and then that sees British Airways of course control a bit over half the slots there so be has been planning on taking a quite a lion's share of that so we've also saying that other airlines like Easyjet have shown some interest in to Heathrow if those slots became available so that have to pull up quite a coup to get all these additional also they would need to launch all these routes and then there's other things with the agreements between the United Kingdom and other Asian countries with actual slots from the other countries to fly there too so lot to sort out well you invoke the the name of Virgin Atlantic's Great Nemesis British Airways is is this staking of acclaimed by Virgin Atlantic something that should be seen within in the context of rivalry. I think that's a large part of it but the other big driver is that one of the big companies behind Virgin Atlantic apart from Richard Branson his Delta Airlines and since Delta bought a forty nine percent stake in the airline. They've really gone about who expand it and push it into different markets obviously tying up with Delta's network in the United States but Delta also has greg global ambitions and I think what we're seeing a bit here is Delta of pushing virgin to become part of that more global network that they're looking to build you should we therefore Frantisek county new or counterclaim by British Airways or or might they rise loftily above it. Is this one of those rivalries that matters rather all the more to the small participant on the larger one. I think in this one that British Airways again to probably fight back quite what quite strongly on that we've already seen some comments from the parent company. IHOP essentially saying that vision has a number of slots releasing out to other airlines. I want they using those I I think there's going to be very much a scramble on offer win. These thoughts do come available not only with the eye but with other foreign airlines as well who would like to increase capacity to throw so it'll be interesting to see what bonfire emerges at that time. What is the current thinking among airlines on. How likely the third runway actually happening is? I think a lot of airlines are quite hurtful but many airlines have also have been through this process any number of times. I think the third run wise been talked about for certainly as long as I've been in the industry that's been quite a while. Oh and with you politics being the why they are not that I'm any expert on that Boris Johnson of course famously put forward the Boris Laurus oil and alternative to to Heathrow while back so I suspect it might be hard to to get through but the reality is at the same time that Heathrow does need the additional runway needs the capacity and not doing so really hurt the economy of London mean all the things that could still happen to stop it from happening joining not too sure on the specifics at this point in time it it does look like it. It will go ahead but having said that we've been through that a few times before where it's been given the clearest indication that yes everything is going through and then something upsets the plan and it gets pushed further down the road. It's a I wouldn't necessarily rule out that happening again but really it is kind of you could actually passed the crunch point now. we act which this needs to be built. You made a brief allusion their to the current state of British politics and the B word does affect infect almost everything the thing is there any doubt in aviation circles about whether or not the fact of Brexit might have an impact on Heathrow as an important air how or do people just take the for granted as part of the architecture travel it has been something that has caused a bit of angst previously for a lot of airlines and I'm trying to work out how things will work pice brexit world. It seems that that angst is largely been assuaged that most airlines have their structures sit up to to work with you. Have that will work I think it's inevitable that even though brexit could cause some economic disruption that London will still be a city that lots of people will visit. It's going to be a place where people connect between North America through the rest of Europe and Africa and other continents so inevitably Heathrow itself itself. I think still has a a lodge harold apply now. Let's tell thank you for joining us.

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Autonomous helicopter joins its rover buddy for Mars 2020 mission

SPACE NEWS POD

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Autonomous helicopter joins its rover buddy for Mars 2020 mission

"A mars helicopter so this thing it's a very small quad copter think of it is <hes> what else toy drones you could buy from amazon for kinda cheap but this isn't very cheap and it's not very small. It's about the size is of a shoebox with the rotors about <hes> about four feet wide and this helicopter is not mission critical go so they just attached this to the belly of the mars rover in the high one cleanroom at jet propulsion propulsion laboratory in pasadena california sing is solar powered and it has the mars helicopter delivery system which which will deliver well deliver the the helicopter to mars and also that's what helps it launch and <hes> <hes> shields it from debris during entry descent and landing the helicopter will remain encapsulated in the mars helicopter the delivery system after landing deploying to the surface once a suitable area conduct test flights is found in the crater where they land now. It's a very high risk high reward technology demonstration. If this helicopter encounters difficulties difficulties the science of the mars twenty twenty mission won't be impacted but if the helicopter is successful and if it takes flight is designed the future missions to mars could possibly have other quad captors other drone copters. Yes that could deploy when they get there so <hes> spokesman from g._p._l. Said our job is to. I prefer to prove that autonomous controlled flight can be executed in the extremely thin martian atmosphere since our helicopter is designed as a flight test of experimental technology carries no science instruments but if he proved powered flight on mars can work we look forward to the day when mars helicopters aw can play an important role in future explorations of the red planet. Mars is big world and there's lots of geography on mars. There's cliffs caves in deep craters that a rover just can't get too and that's why something like a helicopter like a quad copter is very important to the future missions on the red planet. They can act as scouts. They can film inside caves. They can film inside craters. That could take pictures. They could take amazing photos of things that we would never be able to see if we were just relying on rovers and nasa intends to establish a sustained human presence on the moon through there nasa artemis miss lunar exploration missions and they could possibly use <hes> quite captors on the moon as well so <hes> jim breitenstein nastase administrator said the rate brothers flew the first plane kitty hawk north carolina but they built it in dayton and the mars helicopter destined to be the first aircraft to fly in another world was built in pasadena california join now to the twenty twenty rover. It is yet another example of how nasa artemis generation is expanding humanities reach in our solar system with this joining of two grace spacecraft. I can say definitively. I believe that all the pieces are in place for historic mission of exploration together mars twenty twenty and the mars helicopter will help define the future of science and exploration of the red planet for decades to come mars twenty twenty with the helicopter on board will launch an a u._c._l._a. Atlas five rocket in in july of twenty twenty from space launch complex forty one it cape canaveral air force station in florida in it'll land on mars <music> on february eighteenth of twenty twenty one the rover will be the first space craft and the history of planetary exploration with the ability to accurately re target its point if touchdown during the landing sequence and this new helicopter the mars twenty twenty helicopter it could possibly return so amazing results showing that we can fly a helicopter on another world and if that's the case. There's going to be a lot of saying. It's happening with a lot more helicopters in the future

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"one aircraft" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on KCRW

"The crap terriers cruising through the Gulf of Alaska as part of northern edge large-scale training exercise. That happens every two years. The Roosevelt is the first aircraft carrier to take part in these exercises in a decade where the general aim is to get marines seamen, soldiers Coasties, and airmen all working together toward the same mission. Sounds easier said than done Rear Admiral Daniel, Dwyer commands the nine ships and the Roosevelt strike group, the navy. Always participates in northern edge. But climate changes adding a new urgency to the training. Dwyer says that is driven by more activity in Arctic waters. When you see the trinket of whole rice cap opening of sea lanes more traffic through those areas than it's the navy's responsibility to protect America from those approaches. The defense department use the threat of military conflict in the Arctic is low, but it's alarming by increasing activity from Russia and China recent report by the government accountability office on the navy's role in the Arctic notes that abundant natural resources like gas. Minerals and fish stocks are becoming more accessible as the polar ice cap melts. Speaking at this year's coast guard academy commencement national security adviser, John Bolton says the military will play a part, reasserting American influence over the Arctic. We want the High North to be a region of low tension where no country seeks to coerce others through military buildup or economic exploitation. Alaska already has substantial army and air force assets with the coastguard spread throughout the state as well. And the navy runs.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"Of the four fifty caliber machine guns installed Lieutenant Burs aircraft was recorded as bearing serial number one to five seven eight zero eight. Well, there's one all the serial numbers on the Browning model two fifty caliber machine gun began with a single digit when first manufactured in nineteen seventy approximately two million of these machine will build your war to, therefore it is more likely that a maximum seven digit, serial number would be found on the receiver that was found by the army graves registration service in nineteen forty six and not the eight digit number that they recorded. The similarity in the numbers expecially, the identity last three digits indicate that the crash airplane cannot be excluded as being Lieutenant brewers peop-. If you one see Mustang fighter nicknamed, traveling line. There were only two losses of fifty one aircraft in the vicinity of northern Italy, and southern Germany recorded on twenty nine Tober ninety forty four one was that a Lieutenant brewer and the other was a captain.

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The pride of the PLA

Correspondents Report

06:11 min | 2 years ago

The pride of the PLA

"That's not every day you get to go on a Chinese warship, but for China. Correspondent Bill Birtles the rare opportunity came up during a naval fleet. Review off the port city of ching Tao, and, despite terrible, weather, and heavy handed media management. He says it was a day out like no other. Several kilometers out to sea of China's east coast, watching the pride of the Palay nineties flight go by, at close range from my vantage point on a training ship. Chidi Guang, China's first aircraft carrier. The Liaoning is just one hundred meters away, and yet I can barely see it. It's almost completely lost in the heavy fog and constant rain. The reason I was on a Chinese navy, ship in the middle of a massive international fleet review was because of diplomacy. This actually wasn't my first time on a Chinese warship my very first assignment for the IB see and China was to cover joint drills between the astride Sean's and Chinese off the coast of Guangdong province back ban. I managed to get on a Chinese ship in the port, but this time was different. We were. Being taken out to witness more than thirty Chinese submarines destroyers and the carrier go by president Xi Jinping was on Jason ship observing the review that they were also seventeen foreign ships, including HMO Melvin, which is why we were invited. Astrid was in good company. The Japanese South Koreans Vietnamese and Indians were among the nations that sent ships like Astrid area, all of them had their differences with China yet, this was a goodwill parade. The city of ching, Dow was in lockdown for the event, I asked one tourist retiree if he was excited about watching the naval parade from the shore, he told me he was disappointed that police had blocked all the roads to ching Dow's Haba. So we couldn't walk down and see all the ships himself. He wasn't happy about it. But as I was. Talking to him a couple came over and corrected him sighing the heavy handed security misses a normal and other countries do the same. They were Cain to assure me. It wasn't security. Overkill, Justin necessary safety measure. Of course. If the strategy indefens- falls gathered more than fifty ships in sight. Sydney Haba for a parade and then blocked all the access to the harvest side. I suspect people would not be too happy, but this is China and extreme security is the norm here. So then it was time for what when Cam for the fleet review with my cameraman Steve Young. We convened at the hotel with other invited journalists and began the first of many security checks. All our equipment was meticulously sqauad. We were. Then boss to the port where we went through to lots of airports styles security to get onto the ship. It took ages. But once on board, we will take into a lodge, dining room where we were served a box lunch vacuum packed bheith assaulted Koenig, some cake, and fruit. And then now ship again. Chugging out to see all this was fairly smooth, but there was one very obvious problem. We've come to ching now to get amazing shots of dozens of warships lined up fighter jets in formation flying above us. The might of China's rapidly growing navy on full display and yet the weather was atrocious. Thick fog and constant rain meant we could barely see more than one hundred meters in front of us when it was time for the parade to begin. We couldn't see more than one ship at a time Justice, the Ryan new intensified further, the announcing declared the Liaoning aircraft carrier was going by this was the mine event after all, and yet everyone on day was staring into the grave wondering where the heck it was. West for us is the moment when the astride Ian ships, sail by Steve long couldn't see HMAS Melvin even with the maximum zoom on his camera, you couldn't take a worse style for Nival fleet review and with it over, we scrambled to a pace to camera on dick. This is awesome flexing a celebration. I tonight Melvin from Friday or is here. I thought my summarize something senior Chinese official had said at a function, the night before that the parade, according to China wasn't about muscle flexing. And yet, one of my military minders listening in took umbrage at that as the ship chopped back to poor. He warned us that we must delete that he's the camera or risk access to the navy in future. Such threads and not uncommon in China. But it seemed to me it was a bit light to be threatening us given that all the filming was done in the story pretty much finished the pace the cameras stayed in our report as Dido all ou- shots of the warships lost in the fog. Visually stunning naval parade. It wasn't but a Diana's, see with China's navy is not something you forget easily. The frustrations of correspondence life, Bill Birtles, there reporting from Beijing or ching Tao, more accurately.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Iran's deployment of its first aircraft carrier and intelligence showing a possibly imminent attack on US forces as the US sending the aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN to the Persian Gulf the official said they were clear indications that Iran, Iranian proxies were preparing an attack against US military forces either on land or at sea in a statement national security adviser, John Bolton said the US is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack. Whether by proxy, the Islamic revolutionary guard corps or regular reinforces ABC's, Louis Martinez. Dow futures in Asian stock markets were all lower after President Trump hit Twitter to complain about the pace of US. China trade talks announcing he'd raised tariffs on an additional two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods by the end of this week. Business insiders, Bob, Bryan. It's definitely a risk for the economy. If things are more expensive to bring in to by then there's a risk that people kind of Kerr tail they're spending, and it could be. Be a serious downside in the communists. Have worn. It's probably the biggest downside risk. We have right now. From the economy. Final round of trade talks opens in Washington on Wednesday, forty one people have been killed in a fiery jetliner incident at an airport in Moscow. The aero flood flight a Sukhoi s j one hundred made a hard emergency landing and then caught fire retired marine. Aviator turned ABC news consultant, Steve gathered is not surprised this aircraft which is made in Russian flown. Almost exclusively in Russia has a very poor safety record in a very poor reliability record. Boeing says it discovered after airlines started flying them that a safety alert in the seven thirty seven max cockpit was not working as intended yet. Boeing did not disclose. That fact that airlines or regulators until after one of the planes crashed Diana Ross didn't like the Pat down. She got it in Orleans airport. Security says she feel violated Transportation Security Administration says it's investigating..

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Are Windowless Airplanes the Future of Flight?

BrainStuff

06:05 min | 2 years ago

Are Windowless Airplanes the Future of Flight?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff Lauren vocal bomb here when commercial air travel. I started to catch on in the nineteen thirties. One of the big attractions for passengers was the chance to stare out the window at the landscape from startlingly, new perspective, high above it. Of course, many of us still like to gays out in wonder from those little portal's a survey by courts in two thousand fourteen found that more than half of Americans prefer having a window seat on an airline, though, people who fly more than once a year are more evenly split between window, and I'll seats that's why you may be surprised to learn that for decades aircraft designers have been contemplating planes with video screens instead of passenger windows back in the mid nineteen nineties. Nasa actually built and flew an experimental Boeing seven thirty-seven with a windowless cockpit equipped with digital and infrared cameras and video monitors and in two thousand fourteen the UK based center for process innovation unveiled design for a windowless airliner in which the entire interior. Of the cabin would be lined with thin. Flexible, high definition video screens that would provide lighting and entertainment as well. As a more expansive view of the outside, but concept has been put into practice. Lest April Dubai based airline Emirates debuted Boeing seven seventy seven's with enclosed private suites equipped with virtual windows to provide of you of outside from the middle of the plane. We spoke by Email with Jerome demar an emerets public relations official. He said the virtual windows were installed for first class suites located in the middle aisle as they are fully enclosed suites with floored ceiling doors, and passengers would not be able to view the windows on the sides of the aircraft. We asked him how they worked and he explained these virtual windows projected the view from outside the aircraft using real time camera technology, the cameras are placed in strategic locations to offer. Passengers a real time view outside the aircraft. The actual view is determined by which side of the aircraft the entrance to the suite is writer. Left that is the view that will appear in these centres suites. The cameras are high resolution devices, which offer a very clear wide view of the outside the virtual window provides a sharp, clear realistic view of what's outside anecdote. Passengers of told us, they prefer the view to that of real windows in a BBC news article emerets president, sir. Tim Clark was quoted about the future possibility of planes without windows. But Demere said that there are no current plans for a windowless airliner. However, at least one aircraft manufacturer does aim to go windowless on a smaller scale for the past several years, a privately owned, Boston based company, spike aerospace has been working to develop a spike s five twelve and eighteen passengers supersonic business jet packed with technology that will enable it to cut travel time significantly without excess you'll consumption or loud, sonic, booms. And we'll do all of that. Without passenger windows. The aircraft's design will include what spike airspace calls a multiplex digital cabin. Instead of gazing through the usual, small portal windows. Passengers will be able to watch a pair of twenty foot long. That's six meter digital video screens that will stretch the length of the cabin on either side of the aircraft. Multiple high definition cameras mounted on the exterior of the plane will provide four K video which computers in the aircraft was stitched together. Using special software developed by the company we spoke with spike airspace. President and chief executive officer, Victoria, who explained whatever image. You want to see can be displayed you can see left or right in front of the plane or behind it looking down or up into the sky. It's a more panoramic view than the very limited view that you can see out of a porthole window. Eliminating conventional acrylic glass windows from an aircraft could have other advantages as well, it would insulate the fuselage making it possible to reduce noise. From the engines, it would also strengthen the aircraft and make it safer. Some serious engineering goes into making those windows sturdy enough to withstand the stresses of flight and besides providing a more expansive view such a video system could also utilize geo location and display augmented reality data about the landscape that the plane is flying over or passengers might be able to choose from other content a display movies, for example, or PowerPoint presentation. The aircraft's pilots would still have a conventional window in the cockpit along with some of that advanced video technology Katori says that spike airspace has several more years of engineering to complete on their aircraft. And then has to go through the testing and certification process. He envisions delivering the first jet without conventional passenger windows in twenty twenty-five initially only corporate executives and people wealthy enough to afford a private jet would be able to experience. Airspaces windowless flights. But you expects that the innovative technology eventually will find its way into regular airliners as well. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake, Hyder and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this and lots of other panoramic, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. 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"one aircraft" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Request another eight point six billion dollars for southern border wall. Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday asking national economic adviser, Larry cudlow. So there's gonna be another budget fight over the wall. I suppose there will be I would just say that the whole issue of the wall and border security is paramount importance. We have a crisis down there. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says another border wall showdown could cause government shutdown. The same thing will repeat itself. If he tries this again, so we hope he's learned his lesson. No survivors hundred fifty seven aboard including eight Americans from the overnight crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner from the capital Abba headed to Kenya. ABC's Jillian McFarland in London. Kenya's cabinet secretary of transport and infrastructure. So the crash occurred soon after takeoff six minutes later. Lost in terms of Rhonda. Civilians. The aircraft is a Boeing seven three seven max eight the same model of aircraft that was involved in the Indonesian airline a lion. Ed jet that crashed last year caused the crash is under investigation few hours ago at North Carolina Charlotte Douglas airport to American Eagle aircraft touched each other statement from American Airlines one local news report says the tail sections bumped as one aircraft was pulling back from the gate, no reported injuries to the crew or passengers due in court today in nineteen year old Chicago woman, charged on several counts, including attempted first degree murder accused of shooting through a door and wounding Chicago.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Wall. I suppose there will be I would just say that the whole issue of the wall and border security is paramount importance. We have a crisis down there. A democratic leader Chuck Schumer says another border wall showdown could cause another government shutdown. The same thing will repeat itself. If he tries this again, so we hope he's learned his lesson. No survivors hundred fifty seven aboard including eight Americans from the overnight crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner from the capital Addis Ababa headed to Kenya. ABC's Jillian McFarland in London. Kenya's cabinet secretary of transport and infrastructure said the crash occurred soon after takeoff six minutes later. It got lost in terms of Rhoda civilians. The aircraft was a Boeing seven three seven max eight the same model of aircraft that was involved in the Indonesian airline lion. Add jet that crashed last year. The crash is under investigation few hours ago at North Carolina Charlotte Douglas airport to American Eagle aircraft touched each other says a statement from American Airlines one local news report says the tail sections bumped as one aircraft was pulling back from the gate, no reported injuries to the crew or passengers due in court today in nineteen year old Chicago woman, charged on several counts, including attempted first degree murder accused of shooting through a door and wounding Chicago police officer last night as police were serving a search warrant. Police dispatch radio broadcast defy the officers got an injured shoulder, but is expected to survive. You're listening to ABC news with the stock market.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Station. KTAR news ninety two three FM. From ABC news, John Chuck Stevenson, another border wall fight another government shutdown. President Trump's expected to request another eight point six Bill Bill for southern border wall. Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday asking national economic adviser, Larry cudlow. So there's gonna be another budget fight over the wall. I suppose there will be I would just say that the whole issue of the wall and border security is paramount importance. We have a crisis down there in a democratic leader Chuck Schumer says another border wall showdown could cause another government shutdown repeat itself. If he tries this again, so we hope he's learned his lesson. No survivors hundred fifty seven aboard including eight Americans from the overnight crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner from the capital at us. Abba headed to Kenya. ABC's Julian McFarland in London Kenya's cabinet secretary of transport and infrastructure said the crash occurred soon after takeoff six minutes later. Good lost. In terms of Rhonda surveillance aircraft was a Boeing seven three seven max eight the same model of aircraft that was involved in the Indonesian airline lion. Ed jet that crashed last year caused the crash is under investigation few hours ago at North Carolina Charlotte Douglas airport to American Eagle aircraft. Touched each other says the statement from American Airlines one local news report says the tail sections bumped as one aircraft was pulling back from the gate, no reported injuries to the crew or passengers due in court today in one thousand nine year old Chicago woman, charged on several counts, including attempted first degree murder accused of shooting through a door and wounding Chicago police officer last night as police were serving a search warrant. Seven three nine. Respond police dispatch radio via broadcast defy the officers got an injured shoulder, but is expected to survive. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's news.

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"one aircraft" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Tune in. So you can take us with you wherever you go. W. A Cumulus station. Stay misinterpreted. I'm Necker SpaceX is crewed dragon castle the first aircraft from that company designed to carry humans took flight for the first time just a couple of hours ago the UN crude Jimmy station mission took off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida SpaceX is capsule is now in route to the international space station. President Trump took issue with how his view on North Korea's role in the death of American college student Otto warmbier has been interpreted correspondent, ABBIE. Philip has the latest into tweets set not long ago. The president says this I never liked being misinterpreted, especially when it comes to Otto warmbier and it's great family. Remember, I thought auto out along with three others the previous administration did nothing. He continues to say that auto and his family have been a tremendous symbol, strong, passion and strength, which will last for many years in the future. He adds. Of course, I hold North Korea responsible. For Atta's mistreatment and death at Mr. Trump's summit with North Korea's Kim Jong UN he said, he believed the dictator who denied knowledge of a warm beers. Mistreatment cover administration ramping up the pressure on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to leave office. The administration has imposed sanctions on six high ranking members of the Venezuelan security forces. In addition it has revoked the visas of other officials and their relatives. The sanctions come after the Madeira regime blocked humanitarian aid convoys and the revocations visas are aimed at punishing those who have done well in Venezuela despite the economic upheaval in that country. Linda Kenyon, the White House. The chairman of the house oversight committee is demanding the White House turnover documents and comply with interviews related to how the Trump administration handled security clearances for some of the president's close this advisors. I'm Barton Necker. If you've got an Amazon echo, you've got a new way to listen to WMA, Al this huge news warnings on. The Chris Plante. Rush limbaugh. Larry O'Connor, Mark Levin and more. Listen to this for one time setup..

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"one aircraft" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one aircraft" Discussed on KOMO

"Today marks and a stork moment a day that impacted aviation as we know it fifty years ago, the first Boeing seven forty seven took flight, and it's officially Boeing-747 day in Everett Washington, where the first aircraft was built. There was nothing else. Like it in the air. This is a milestone in Boeing history. The Queen of the skies, the Boeing seven forty seven with its signature hump on top two stories of luxury, whatever you pleasure you. Find it on United seven forty seven eighths. First flight included a series of tasks in the air to make sure the behemoth of an airplane would fly the test pilots returning heroes in recent years. A plane has become too big for many airlines know US passenger airline flies it anymore. Alex stone ABC news overindulging with drinks has its downsides. Researchers are putting alcohol and the ill-effects of hangovers to the test. Researchers set to find out if the type of alcohol and the order in which it is consumed would affect the intensity of hangover symptoms. It doesn't in a study published in the American journal of clinical nutrition ninety people were split into groups wondering two and a half pints of beer, followed by four large glasses of wine. The next group did the opposite the control group drank one or the other using sophisticated metric the researchers found order of consumption had no effect on hangovers, although how drunk or participant reported feeling did ABC's Todd ant. This is ABC news. Good morning. Eight four now. Here at komonews live coverage continues with our snow event here in the northwest..

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