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Fresh update on "pilot" discussed on Buck Sexton
"That came out yesterday completely unrelated to the U. S nonprofit Digital dollar project said yesterday it will launch five pilot programs over the next 12 months to test the potential uses. Of a U. S. Central bank digital currency. The first effort of its kind in the United States, so this will be a digital currency backed by the United States government. What could possibly be wrong with that? The Digital dollar Foundation and Accenture are putting the digital dollar project together. It is Research into a U. S. Central bank digital currency. The central banks around the world, including in China and Europe, are revving up its central bank digital currency projects to fend off threats from crypto currencies. And to improve payment systems. As a guardian of the world's most widely used currency. The U. S. Federal Reserve has been moving more cautiously, but it is now working on a fever pace to be able to catch up. Apparently. Um Isn't that wonderful? I mean, I think they missed the point of a digital currency. One of the reasons you have a digital currency is because you don't trust the government and the government, the bases its currency. That's why you would have Bitcoin. Yeah. I don't think they missed that. E think They're very aware that people might figure it out. And they'd better come up with some other way to stop it. Hmm. It's the biggest risk of crypto probably probably probably s. Oh, you've got that going for you, by the way. This would give the Central bank total control. Now they're they're saying what's great is they can just put money stimulus money right into crypto currency right into your account. Because they'll have all the numbers will have everything they need. So you're not gonna have to wait for your tax refund? You're not gonna have to wait for stimulus money. Just put it right directly into your account. And some lucky Americans are gonna be the first to be able to try this out this year, So maybe that will be you. Oh, I can't. Oh, please call me. Uh um. But I just want to remind you if they can put it into your account, and of course, we.
Proposed Tariff a Disincentive for Household Renewable Energy
"Scheme has been mooted to make us pay to put our excess energy into the grid as sola peaks in household systems. And we have spare. Is this a good idea. He alison crook a former australian businesswoman of the year. I have talked on. Previous science shows about our social enterprise in other community energy. Australia's first community owned energy retailer and about a vision for self sustaining. Resilient communities in which power is generated stored and shade locally. No one is left behind in the shift to renewables. Jobs are created locally and money is kept circulating in communities in our is now almost five years old and we have much to celebrate. We now service. The whole of new south wales and have just moved into southeast queensland whereabout to install efforts community sized battery athas social impact solar garden for community groups and low income households is operating. And we'll be reporting soon. Unauthorised pilot micro agreed fifty percent. Our profits will go back to the communities of customers and already through the generosity of customers. We've been able to provide sizeable sums to groups such as the black guy liberation ladder and the bushfire relief if it's ablaze. Eight and red cross during covid. Nineteen in twenty twenty. Some of our wonderful customers even made the solar credits on bills available to pay for the energy of households that were struggling working with community groups around the country where on the way to proving that energy companies can operate at community level and be hugely beneficial while doing so. But today i'm here to talk about a recent draft ruling by the australian energy market commission. The emc on excess pricing and incentive arrangements for distributed energy resources or as the headline news has it attacks on solar. What's to be clear. The ruling declared that the export of energy from households and other small providers by distributors. That's the polls and was is a service and it permits the distributors to charge for this service in the same way that we're currently charged by distributors to bring energy to us. The ruling has been made because agreed was constructed for one way energy flows and it is gradually becoming incapable of supporting the two way energy flows involved in twenty-first-century energy system with its massive amounts of domestic and business solo and storage already twenty percent of customers in the national electricity market have rooftop solar and this conservatively expected to double or even triple by twenty forty and all would expect to be able to export any excess energy to the
Fresh update on "pilot" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro
"90 wls, a covert conversation, fax over fiction with your host Bruce ST James and Judy Pie Lack. Welcome back to a covert conversation, fax over fiction. I'm bursting James and I'm Judy Pilot joining us right now, Pastor Corey Brooks of the New Beginnings Church of Chicago. And, you know, Pastor books. We wanted to have you on specifically to talk about some of the unique challenges in your community. You obviously are on the front lines. I see the work you do, whether it's food programs or or even covert testing, which you offer at your church. I'm curious as to Through your eyes. Pastor Brooks. How has co vid hit your community? Well, it it has been ravishing. Ah, lot of businesses have gone under as a result of the shutdowns and things of that sort. A lot of people have lost jobs, and then when you add on the amount of people who have died as a result of the illness, it's been pretty overwhelming for our community, especially for our seniors and who are already having a tough time. Are you finding pastor that your community is more affected by Kobe cases than, say, other communities but that you know, people actually getting Cove it, I think. Yeah, There's a lot of spirit a cove it because people in our community, I think sometimes are not taking it a serious that they should or not taking the precautions should I say as far as masking as far as cleaning of hands That's far. Insanitary with, you know, using the disinfectants of things on their hands, So I think ah lot of times. We've tend to spread the disease probably more so than in other neighborhoods. I hate even saying that but it Z the truth. Yeah, Pastor Brooks is which is the bigger challenge. Is. Is it access to the actual vaccine in your community, or is it what I want to say? Ah, willingness to take the vaccine because we've certainly heard and seen some of the numbers that there's a lot of skepticism. Is that a way to put it Absolutely. There's a lot of skepticism. I think both are extremely important that the first access there is a lack of access in our communities and islands. Many places to get the vaccine. That's one of the reasons why not only are we doing covert testing. But we're parting with Howard Brown Health Facility to make sure that we do back things as well. So, um, just recently we've been our 1st 500 vaccine, So we're really thankful for that that we were able to get it into the hands of people who really needed it in our neighborhood. But there is also that reluctance of people who are unwilling to even take the vaccine who don't even want to even consider it because of you know, historical things that have happened as far as, uh, The Tuskegee. Uh, syphilis experiment, and things of that sort of people still have some bad ideas in their mind. But I've taken the vaccine that's trying to be an example for our community, and I know other pastors have as well. And we're going to continue to promote it because it's very much needed Pastor books are you Are you hearing and why I'm assuming you are you? I know you talk one on one with parishioners and you and you meet with some of these people that have Objections. How do you overcome their objections? How How are you counseling your parishioners or your community members that this vaccine is important. We'll tell him. You know, we faced some of these same issues with smallpox with Stacy. This is with polio vaccine. We face the issues with the flu vaccinations. So fascination is not a new thing. If it's something that we've been doing, It's something that doctors have given us the opportunity to stay healthy with and so I tried to tell them his history of vaccinations, and hopefully they'll see that there's nothing to be afraid of Nothing. Um, that that is underlying, uh, hurt them or keep them from perfect health. What? So we just promote them positive messages as much as possible, and then not only promoting positive messages, but we try to have examples, because the best way to show our community is is to do it by example. So that's one of the reasons I took the vaccination. So I wanted to be an example that a everything's gonna be okay. You need to take this vaccination for you and for your family. Pastor Brooks has the city Chicago. Ben Responsive to the needs and concerns in the community. I don't think so. I think, um, I don't know. Why That is, but I think there is a significant um, amount of people who are marginalized regardless of color, who are impoverished that are lacking. Well, the resource is and lacking the things that they need to get vaccinated to get covert testing. There needs to be more facilities. There need to be more opportunities. And, um, that's one of the reasons why we took it upon ourselves to do it, because if you wait on the city government You could do these type of things. You're gonna be always waiting. They never get the job well, and aside from your community, I think that's happening in a lot of communities absolutely, absolutely happening all across America. As we could see that there are many people who are trying to get vaccinated. They're having difficulty finding places to get vaccinated. The fascination is not getting to the places that it needs to get to on that, you know, it's it's crazy because you were thinking America was being highly intelligent, sophisticated. Having a great transportation system that the logistics give. You worked out so that everybody could be served. But it seems like whenever you have government in involved in trying to help solve social issues and problems, you always end up with a mess. Preach. That is a pastor Corey Brooks with New Beginnings Church of Chicago. You know, along those lines when we talk about the distribution and the access, I know one of the one of the I use the term challenges that we've seen is Older population and access to the Internet being able to sign up. How again in your community. How are we helping the older people who may not be his good tech savvy? Might be a nice way to put it right. Absolutely. Thanks for saying it like that so well. We decided to do for individuals who are not as takes savvy. Is that so You could always keep pointing the finger and waiting on people don't fix the problem. We just choose to do something about it. So we call seniors We call individuals We have Two people are staff designated East Day to take information to help people get if you get cold the test and help people get signed up a vaccination..
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Abc nation what is going on and welcome back to the pilot. The pilot podcast. Now as you'll see from the length than even the title of this podcast. This is not your standard pilot. The pilot forty five minute to an hour and a half interview. This is a product announcement christine. I have been working on this for a very long time Close to six months now and we are very excited for it to be released today. It is something that we are both very passionate about. Is something that we have always wanted to do. Is get into the side of the business and we are thrilled to released today as the title has shown we are releasing coffee company is called pilots coffee and my whole career as i've been flying Whether it's free whether it was aerial survey training even where. I am now finding good quality coffee that travels really well and is just really really good has been extremely hard. I mean as you know you find some of these smaller airports or even go into these big airports in the coffee just isn't good. Well here is pilots. Coffee pilots coffees individual steeped bags and give it like a coffee tea bag so we all you need is at eight to ten ounces of hot water and you can make amazing coffee anywhere. Anytime whether it's at forty five thousand feet on a private jet thirty eight thousand feet on eight hundred fifty going over to europe or asia or whether you are one seventy two and getting ready to go up for the fifth time doing stalls in steep turns. This coffee is for you. Pilots coffee i. It is amazing from the experience and smelling it to actually brewing it into tasting i. It's just a great quality experience. I'm really excited for you all to to try and buy it and share it and really help make just the best coffee that we possibly can. So i'm really excited for this. If you are interested in more information about pilots coffee had the pilots. Coffee dot com. Check out her instagram pilots. Coffee and also follow pilot pilot where we'll be posting a lot more information on the next day's the come so go ahead and do that. Go copy it might go fast so if you wanna buy go ahead and buy fear interested in buying in bulk let us know for. Fbi does airlines. Whoever may be we can make it happen. I'm very excited for this day. I know i've been hyping it up for a while and some people were able to guess it correctly. My last instagram post. Someone did kind of hint that what was coming. So if you've been keeping in a secret. I appreciate it but the secret is spread. The news to everyone pilots. Coffee is here and it's amazing. I hope you're having a great day. Thank you so much for the support with pilot the pilot and thank you so much for the future support with pilots coffee. I wish nothing. But the best. And i hope you love it. So pilots dot com and pilots coffee on instagram..
Fresh "Pilot" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"A townhouse neighborhood in Woodlawn, Baltimore County police say officers encounter the armed suspect and shot him. Investigators found two other men and a woman dead at the scene. A third man was hospitalized with non life threatening injuries. A to town homes collapsed in a Heard was damaged by the fire. Neighbors have told the Baltimore Sun the gunman lived in the community and had previously threatened his neighbors accused them of spying on him for the federal government. Local, state and federal law enforcement are all involved in this investigation. Now, in an effort to get control of the shootings in Baltimore City, the mayor has announced a pilot program that would route 911 calls on behavioral health issues to professional counselors, allowing police to focus on violent crime. WJZ TV is Mike Algren has more Baltimore must lean on training professionals. The mayor wants police to focus on violent offenders and says officers should not. Be handling calls for those having mental health crises. So he announced a new pilot program to divert those 911 calls averaging about 36 a day to specialized counselors. The program will start in June. It won't cost the city any additional money. Baltimore already has contracts with the organizations that will be providing those counselors. Historic and beloved at Glen Echo Park Carousel has re opened after nearly two years. It's marking its 1/100 anniversary a span of time that has brought a lot of change to our area. President Warren Harding was in the White House when the carousel was installed in 1921. Washington was growing during the World War two years soldiers and sailors. Among those reaching for the carousel is brass.
Is There Life After Death? With Dr. Jim Tucker
"Dr jim tucker. Welcome to the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. Wonderful to be here while. I'd love to start off with a story and i was hoping if you might take one of the stories slash case studies that you featured inside of your book which is excellent by the way and start us off from their well one well known. American case is a little boring. James line anger. Who around the time of his second birthday started having terrible nightmares multiple times a week in which he would be kicking his legs up in the air screaming airplane crash on fire. Little man can't get out event during the day he would take his toy. Airplanes and repeatedly crashed them into the coffee table. saying airplane crash on fire. And all this going on he really. He looked like had been traumatized that he had not been through. Any sort of plane crash in this lies and there were several times for his parents could talk to him about these things while he was away in what he described as being a pilot who had been shot down by the japanese and He said that he flew off of a boat and the parents asked him the name of the boat and he said in a toma which seems like an unusual name for us aircraft carrier but his parents who were quite opposed to the idea of pass lies at the beginning Did it online search. Discover that there was this. Uss matola bay that was stationed in the pacific during world. War two
Who Has the World's Busiest Airport?
"After more than two decades. Oh by the way this is sent him by lieutenant. Lieutenant colonel jeff. The other captain jeff. Good looking one There's a new world could look. Well you gotta try to build them up as much as we can. Here's a new worlds busiest airport. And then he he writes and says sorry jeff here no longer number one more weren't weren't more science. Well you know jeff your number one in my book. I'm sorry that i'm not your number one anymore. Oh he's talking about the airport. I and really honestly. I don't care but let's continue with this nice news article after more than two decades. There's a new worlds busiest airport and it is one. In china the gaungzhou guangzhou. I would say grind zhao guangzhou. Okay i i'm not i haven't been told but that's why i think we're all deferring to liz. How two different Pronunciation than mine and yours was different from both of ours and we're going to have to lean it's lean apparently when no that was another show. You're getting taste. Yeah well you know we never you know. Fifty percent of the time. We get the pronunciation right in. I think that we're going to have to defer to nick on this one. Guang guang shall guangchao. Is that what you said. Nick a guangzhou going there. We go was the world's busiest airport back in twenty twenty two the year of covid according to preliminary figures from airports council international Let's see seven of the world's top. Ten busiest airports in two thousand twenty were in china while seven of the ten while. The former world's busiest airport hartsfield jackson atlanta international airport in the united states fell the number two in the rankings. After twenty two consecutive years at the top spot
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson Talks Pilot-to-Pilot With @PlaneGirl
"Is davis right to see you and thank you for joining us here. You share a little bit about what inspired your interest in aviation and also did you have a mentor inspired. You want your learning how to fly. Absolutely i'm thank you for having me first of all And my story is definitely not your conventional story these days. I don't think of how i got into aviation by. Every story is unique so yours mine. I as a kid really had no family. History aviation didn't know anybody who is a pilot in also really had no exposure to aviation at all. I was actually afraid of flying as a kid. Because i had ear issues. That made it very painful. When i was very young so for years. I refused to even go on an airplane so i was not anywhere nearby. Airplanes airports pilots. Anything like that then. One day in high school. I think it was my sophomore or junior year. I was rolling around on instagram. Like a girl in software or junior year of high school would do. And i was on my instagram explore. Page and i saw a picture of a friend of a friend of a friend posing with a airplane. I think it was a serious looking back. And i think i did a double take because one i did not realize that small planes existed at all. I don't know how thought pilots trained but it definitely was not like that. And i also had no idea that you could just go up and fly for fun. I thought pilots trained to do a job and that was it. And i really didn't even know that much about that side of things either. So that really stuck with me. That picture and i ended up scrolling through this guy's page a little bit more and just seeing all of his adventures that he had gone on in this airplane around the same time i had to start going on commercial flights or college visits and school trips and every time i was on an airplane out of the window in think wow i wish i was flying so i was pretty dead set on going to engineering school so i ended up going to university of michigan for computer science engineering but the thought of flying was always in the back of my head just flying for fun. I never really considered it as a career. Until i've started but it was always in the back of my head is something maybe i would do one summer or just during school and one summer i was fortunate enough to get an internship in the ann arbor area so i had the money to go ahead and do my private flight training
Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Dies
"CIA Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins has died at the age of 90. He piloted the ship from which Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left to make their historic first steps on the moon in 1969. Howard's family said in a statement that the astronaut died Wednesday from
Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90
"11 astronauts has died. Michael Collins was part of the three member crew who went to the moon on the first lunar landing mission. But unlike Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, he never set foot on the moon. He stayed behind and piloted the command module as it circled above. Collins has died of cancer at the age of 90. MPR's
Astronaut Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Pilot, Dead of Cancer
"NASA says Michael Collins has died he was ninety Collins made history on Apollo eleven Neil Armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon buzz Aldrin was with him Michael Collins was back in the command module speaking in twenty nineteen Colin says he'd always been asked wasn't I the loneliest person and the whole lonely history of the whole lonely solar system when I was by myself and that lonely orbit and the answer was no Michael Collins like going to the moon but I want to go direct to Mars his family says Michael Collins had been fighting cancer I'm at Donahue
Interview With Michael Dougherty, Goodyear Chief Pilot
"What's wally hey bob. How're you been tastic. Another week and other podcasts and another guest this morning on the show we have. Michael dougherty the chief pilot and flight operations manager for goodyear which means he's a blimp pilot. Thanks for joining us. Michael guys Pushy on so i. I've talked to a lot of people while that we were going to have this discussion and a lot of people were excited and they asked a lot of questions that i probably had my head before we started thinking about having him on the show. The do you know many balloon pilots. I do not. I know i can say i know michael but he is really the only plan pilot. I know my sure you hear this a lot that this is a very unique position that you hold and you've done it for fourteen years. Tell us a little bit about how you got into it and a little bit. What it's like in the day in the life of chief pilot. Goodyear store it is it is certainly a a very small group of people are are kind of famous. There's more astronauts than there are pilots out there especially with the age of of space flight. I guess but others We we have a full staff at goodyear's is about Thirteen pilots including myself. We've got twelve guys that are attached to accrue for on each crew in In that. I'm the chief pilot in flight operations manager so i do all of the certification stuff check rides proficiency checks that kind of stuff and then i do fill flying gear lair when we've got folks on vacation or short-staffed or something but Bailey we we have a few missions with the airship First and foremost kind of the the one we're best known for is our area. Tv covered so each has a crew of about twenty folks that goes down the road. That's generally four pilots. Each team A couple of crew chiefs we have five aircraft mechanics. That take care of their ship from those detail Through all of its major maintenance and field maintenance and all that kind of stuff. We do have a maintenance support team that that helps support the guys in the field of those guys in the field. Do great majority of the the work. We have Couple of mechanics. Because we've got a preview ground sport fleet we have a semi truck crew boss a couple of mass trucks which are used more the airship two. That's a basically sixty five thousand pounds straight semi truck that that has a forty foot pole. Attached to the that allows us to to attach rate to the nose of the blimp and then when the blue since on the field at night. It's like a big win sock
Interview With Airshow Pilot Cecilia Aragon
"So my guest. Today is cecelia hourigan. She is a professor at the university of washington. A former member of the us aerobatic came has is a researcher with over two hundred publications in data science. Human computer interactions visual analytics. She's the recipient of the presidential early career for science and engineers scientists and engineers and she's written three books and was a ceo of a company that was acquired within three years of its founding. Wow this is really cool cecilia. It's great having you with us. Thank you so much george. It's really exciting to be here so now tell us how you got your start in a so you have to realize that as a child i was incredibly fearful and timid. I was the last person anybody would have thought that i would become a pilot. I used to be scared of ladders. But then one when i was about in my mid twenties a colleague of mine at work said. How'd you like to go for a ride in a small plane and my first thought was. Oh no that's not the sort of thing i would ever do. It's too scary. And i don't want to risk death but then i remember thinking in that moment insane. No to a lot of things. I've been letting my to your rule me i think now is the time to change. And so i said yes and my friend took me up in a piper archer out of oakland california and i still remember taking off over the san francisco bay and seeing how beautiful it. The sun was glittering on the bay. Like a million gold coins and he even let me handle the controls. It was the most wonderful experience i ever had. And when we got back down on the crown. I signed up for flying lessons.
American Airlines to Resume Hiring Pilots This Fall
"But we have more stories of airline hiring in episode one forty two back in march twenty twenty one at the beginning of the pandemic. We've talked about how people training to become. Airline pilots would probably see their plans. Pushback a couple of years but that they should keep working on their certificates and building hours. And now we're seeing that recovery. American airlines according to the story from dallas news dot com is starting to hire pilots again for the first time since the pandemic began. It says american airlines will start hiring pilots again. This fall hoping to add nearly nine hundred aviators by the end of two thousand twenty. Two american said it plans to recall all formerly furloughed pilots back to active status by the end of the summer as well. Americans plans call for hiring about three hundred new pilots by the end of the year in double that number in twenty twenty two trying to make up for the thousand pilots who have retired due to age or who took early retirement during the pandemic. It's pilot plan. Comes as airlines boost schedules in anticipation of the strong summer. Flying season kovic vaccination distribution and fatigue from the virus have traveled buying tickets at levels not seen since before. The pandemic hiring pilots is stark. Change from just a few months ago. When american airline was threatening to furlough more workers without additional government payroll support including eighteen hundred and fifty pilots. The carrier also plans to honor its job offers to pilots hired before the pandemic. But who never made it into training or an american airlines cockpit. The sudden demand for new pilots could put a strain on regional airlines where those pilots are now employed about half of new pilots. American come from one of its regional airlines including envoy. Psa in piedmont. American said it will coordinate with its wholly owned subsidiary regional airlines to make sure the pipeline of new pilots doesn't disrupt flying
U.S. Joins Final Push to Find Indonesian Submarine With 53 Aboard
"Continues to search for a missing Indonesian submarine. It was last heard from when the crew requested permission to do it or paid a torpedo drill off the coast of Bali. Earlier this week, ABC News contributed Steve Danuta, retired Marine pilot US is pitching in Australia's pitching in Indonesia has some capabilities, but it's really a very sophisticated capability that's required to find a submarine that it would be at the depths where we think this this this Indonesian submarine ended up the submarine is built to dive safely. 800 FT. It may have dropped 2000 FT, which Would likely have caused it to implode. After a picture
SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts to Space Station
"List off God, whatever important crew members on their way to the international space station after a successful pre don lines from the Kennedy Space Center Crew of four includes pilot Megan McArthur. Her husband, Bob Banken, flew aboard the first manned space X flight to the I S s last year Crew Dragon capsule is scheduled to
Get Vaxed, Wear a Mask, and Come Fly With Us.
"Welcome to the arab. They're a podcast about the wide world of aviation and aerospace. I'm dominique abreu ellen. Kennedy there's an old nat king cole. Song did i love. The chorus goes straighten up and fly right and this most certainly applies today to how we all should act but flying is an airline passenger allen. We all know that life is an airline passenger in. The twenty first century can be stressful. Health concerns new regulations. Unruly fellow passengers and flight delays can be nerve racking for any traveler. But remember that the pilots and flight attendants are there to get you to your destination safely and everything they do is for your benefit in fact. Did you know that there are federal regulations. Bat actually prohibit passengers from interfering with crew members. Yeah that's right. Violating these regulations can result in hefty fines and we mean hefty all excellent points dominate after years of decline incidents of unruly passengers unfortunately spiked twenty eighteen. And from twenty twenty. Two twenty one. They've had record numbers largely because passengers failed to listen to flight attendants directions about the new mask policy in january. Twenty twenty one. faa administrator. steve. Dixon signed an order directing zero tolerance policy against unruly airline passengers in the wake of recent troubling incidents. Recently we've seen a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. These incidents have stemmed both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the us capitol. This dangerous behavior can distract disrupt and threatened crew members safety functions and as a former airline captain. It's extremely concerning to me. And i know it's equally concerning to the airline cockpit and cabin crews whose primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of all passengers.
What We Know About How I Met Your Father
"Seven years after the story of how i met your mother wrapped on cbs. A new tail. Coming to hulu how i met your father. According to deadline streaming giant has announced a straight to series order of a new spin off based on the hit sitcom that will start. Hillary dopp. This has to be one of the longest development times. Ever for a sitcom with how i met your mother creators. Pitching the idea to cbs. Back in two thousand fourteen even shoot pilot starring greta gerwig but the network passed on the idea that they were working on a new version but the producers got pulled away to do. This is us as for hillary. She says she's equal parts excited and nervous big shoes to fill how i met your father. Hulu twenty twenty two
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Hornet about tip. Who believe it or not. That is his call. Sign tip kind of a funny story. later podcast as you listen but tip Did not take the standard path to becoming a officer in the navy to getting his wings per se in the navy he actually went a very odd route. That most people probably would have given up. You didn't get into the academy was not a pilot when he first enlisted. So it's very interesting to hear a story and how overcame that adversity to really get after the dream that he had of flying for the navy. I hope you enjoy today's episode. If you do please levers view on. I tunes chickasaw on instagram and huge news. Huge huge huge news product announcement will not announce product but we have a launch date. We are aiming for five four. May that's right. may the fourth be with you. Burn big product announcements so stay tuned. If you know be quiet if you don't it's awesome. And i cannot wait for them up christina. Been working really hard on this. So it's pretty cool. We're just turned our whole Studio slash second bedroom into kind of a.
Interview With Super Hornet Pilot, JD Davis AKA Tip
"Jd aka tip. What's going on man. Welcome to the pilot the pilot podcast glad to be here. Yeah we were laughing a little bit four but I'm gonna call you by your costs. I'm tip which I don't know the full story behind it but it's pretty cool to have a call sign have a nickname when i was growing up. I always wanted one. I never joined the military to get one but I'm very envious of all those call signs. But i'm guessing they all have a very unique story by them if they all the call signs and to go back probably will to maybe beyond that And sometimes they're really funny. Other times are active something stupid. He did Other ones have to do with your personality Did you know that it just runs. The whole gamut as i'll call signs come about what's the clearest sign you've ever heard. Oh man that is a tough one. The coolest call sign. I've ever heard outside of tip. Of course right well I i would have to say that. Like the navy versus air force. Call signs of a very different You know a lot of times in the air force you guys will have call signs like razor or like blade or you know blaster or something like that navy. Most the time the call sends the navy. Were just kind of making fun of our buddies. It'll come rodman building You know so in the navy. Coolest call sign i've Yeah i'd have to think about that for a little bit List of one. I know our acronyms or something that you know. They did stupid along the
Tui Plane in ‘Serious Incident’
"Are at first item in the news notebook Tui plane in serious incident in quotes after every myths on board was assigned child's weight. This is from the guardian and let's see a software mistake caused a two flight to take off heavier than expected as female. The title miss m. i. s were classified as children. An investigation has found the departure from birmingham airport to majorca with one hundred. Eighty seven passengers on board was described as a serious incident by the air accidents. Investigation branch an update to the airline's reservation system while its planes were grounded. Due to the coronavirus pandemic led to thirty eight passengers on flight being allocated a child's standard weight of thirty five kilograms as opposed to the adult figure of sixty nine kilograms. This caused the load sheet produce for the captain to calculate what inputs are needed for takeoff. The state that the boeing seven thirty-seven was more than twelve hundred kilograms lighter than it actually was. Investigators described the glitch. Everything's glitch as a simple flaw in an it system. It was programmed in an unnamed foreign country where the title miss m. i s s. is used for a child and m s for an adult female ms despite the issue thrust used for the departure from birmingham an off birmingham on twenty one. July twenty twenty was only marginally less than it should have been and the safe. Operation of the aircraft was not compromised The same fault. 'cause to other two flights take off in the uk with inaccurate inaccurate. Load sheets later. That day
A NASA astronaut's lessons on fear, confidence and preparing for spaceflight | Megan McArthur - TEST
"Talks daily. How do we leave fear behind. It's a crucial question in this time of so much uncertainty. Well who better to address this question than a nasa s rinat megan mcarthur. She talks about risk ambition and how spaceflight is a family business in her twenty twenty conversation with ted women curator pat mitchell. Welcome megan although pat thank you for having the let's go with the question that i think is probably coming up for many of us. This is unusual husband and wife met during your training and and the year that you got married. You both flew into space separately. You on the hubble telescope mission and bob on the mission to construct the space station and ironically if your mission had gone awry or needed help bob was assigned to be on the rescue craft. You know launch day for all of us at time of great excitement but also anxieties about the risk and the fear. We might feel inside just watching. How do you prepare for launch day. Well one of the most important things to focus on for me was really preparing my son and making sure that he was ready and that he enjoyed the experience of watching his father launched and complete this mission that he'd been training for really for most of our son's life so when we walked out onto the roof of the launch control center and we could see the rocket off in the distance and were lining up against the rail ready for the countdown. And of course. I got my arms around him and we hear three two one liftoff and then and then we see the rocket carrying his father. Know jumping off the launch pad. And for me. It was this moment of of just an outpouring of feeling and emotion that had been with me for such a long time. And and you know this. I'm crying and i'm laughing. And i'm just shaking and so i had to let go of my son who was fine by the way he was completely fine and covering up my mouth. Because i don't know what kind of sounds i'm gonna make with. You know this this complete terror and this complete joy at this moment and thinking about what it took to get there my husband. You know an accomplished astronauts experienced air force flight test engineer. He he'd formerly been the chief astronaut. And i've watched him launch into space twice before and it's been terrifying every time Why is that so. Of course i love my husband but it's more than that. It's that i love my husband. And right now i can't do anything at all to impact the situation. I'm i'm standing on a rooftop. I have no job. I have no way to contribute. And so that's where for me. The fear comes from is that feeling of helplessness. And so over and over in my life. I've seen of course that training and preparation can get us ready for an event like that. But it's it's having the input having the ability to impact your situation. That is what removes the fear and balances it. It balances it for you. So the education the experience. That's a you have to have that but also having a voice Having an input having a seat in the cockpit is what allows you to leave that fear behind but what about your son megan He won't be there. He'll be on the ground watching. Mommy take off into space. Just as he watched his dad who returned safely. But how have you taken special. Preparations for him. Disea- mommy doing the same. Well his his first reaction when learning that mommy was going to go into space. I he told me no mommy. You can't go That was his very first response and then as he got more comfortable with the idea. You know his dad went up and came back and then he said well. Okay you can go for thirty days but one hundred and eighty days. That's too much you can't you can't go for that long He's also obviously seen his father. Go through all of this and so it it for him. It's become this normal thing. This is a normal thing that mommy and daddy do. We'll read stories back and forth while i'm here in russia over over video conference And i was given the idea to fill a jar with chocolate kisses and then he can have a kiss from mommy every day that i'm gone so he likes that idea very much just to be clear. It's a great message that this young man is getting about mommy and daddy doing the same job isn't it and i just want to bring forward a quote from the space x leader gwen chartwell. Who was asked about. You're going your husband's going and she was questioned about you're flying in the same pilot cedar spacecraft as your husband and here was part of her answer. I'd like to point out that you know. Megan is first and foremost and astronaut. When it comes to our perspective will. I did want to reach through the screen and high five michelle when she said that. I very much appreciated That remark you know. It has changed for me over the years the first time i flew in space I was married. But i was not yet apparent and both my husband and i came to nasa s people and we met and married of course At nasa at a different Thing to take on as a family that you're doing this thing that's for yourself Kind of for the greater good. The the notion of exploration and discovery is is something to engage in. And i think that that example You know for my son to see that his parents are engaged in this thing that yes it takes us away from him. But it's in those. These are important things to do and you were in high school. Megan when the challenger space craft tragically exploded and the whole world confronted the reality of the risk that you and your husband and other brave women and men are taking. I remember that moment. And i still hold my breath every time tearing each and every launch. So how do you find the balance between knowing
Interview With Jon Damush, CEO of Iris Automation
"Okay our guest is john damage. He is the ceo of iris automation. They produce the cassia which is platform agnostic. Three hundred and sixty degree radio computer vision detect and avoid system for you a. s. and they also have something they call the regulatory resource center. Which is an online tool that manages. The bbc loss waiver application process. How john's got a really nice long. Fantastic aviation technology career. He led new. Business ventures at boeing next. He was chief growth officer. At boeing's subsidiary in situ and he was a boeing executive liaison and board observer to sky grid which was a joint venture between boeing and spark ignition. John was also the ceo of two d three sensing they're a leading provider of computer vision based image processing software for aerial surveillance in on top of all that he's also an faa certified commercial pilot. He has multi-engine an instrument ratings and he's a cf. I the certified flight instructor. John welcome to the uav digest. Thank you very much. Max and i'm calling in from southern california to stay on team there. We go which probably makes both of your little bit jealous. This time year. I grew up in new jersey so i definitely remember what late february early march felt like This tease of spring but winter holding on for dear life. Well we were at seventy three degrees today. So i actually had the hanger open at the museum which was kind of a nice thing was on the teas. Get the punch is coming all right. Well john why don't we start off talking a little bit about the products and services that irish automation offers Detected avoid is certainly a big part of what you do. Yeah i would say. Detection is primarily what we do we at our core our computer vision and machine learning software company and what the founders of our business realized is that the drone industry was not going to be able to grow exponentially like all the hype held for so many years until drones were allowed to fly more like regular airplanes
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"I'll ask more about peru next question but i wanna finish up with the with the master's what's the plan for the masters. Someone might look at you and be like look like you essentially have your your doctoral degree in aviation already with being. Atp pilot You are vying for pretty much. There's nowhere else you can go. But like you can't go any higher up other than progressing through delta for someone listening to this and is all about flying talk a little bit about the reason why you wanted a masters and why you think it's important for yourself and for your future. I think knowledge is power. I mean i heard of a test in your tom. Offer officer woman sure name. I don't personally but ashey obtained recently her. Phd nation and. She's five years ten years from retiring in people might say what's her point in getting a phd nationsbank Retiring the next day or whatever. What else did she do. I don't think necessarily education has quaid's to you'll advancing professionally. You said i am here already. I don't plan to do anything else. Career wise. But i think the more knowledge you can you can absorb the damore. It's going to serve you. I mean i'm doing a master's in sustainability which i believe is is the future Delta is is paying a lot of attention before the pandemic they were gonna invest quite a bit of money going carbon neutral and i think we if we truly want to to help ation make sure keeps growing. We have to make tree keeps going a sustainable way in and helping the planet for for the future decades in the future generations my idea. I mean aside from the aspect of of just wanting to do it. For for the knowledge passion of eventually. I do want to diversify within the company and potentially rolls outside of flying. Either you know getting involved with recruiting selection or or just to management role an instructing on. I think god they do look highly on on those opportunities If they know. I mean all i was a year off and not just mean many pilots being a year off and many decided just to look for other dogs made any decided to maybe obtain a real estate license No some of them who were fortunate enough to get all our jobs and i just decided to masters and it was a personal decision but not like you said i mean many people. I've talked to. They were like why. Why are you Dumping more money and you know. I think it ends up being a personal decision. Just like whether obtaining a degree in aviation or obtaining a degrees something else on some people are against getting a degree in aviation such as getting a degree in south wales. It's same. I was saying that. Say there's anything wrong. I just know some people canada's think of being a piloting the final stop and don't think about furthering your education especially innovation. You know there's so much more just being a pilot in this this career masters can definitely help you and it can especially if you have aspirations to do more inside of a company. I'm sure they would love to see an mba or to see something else in aviation just to show that you're you're very serious about it..
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"I know that the regional thing is picking up as well as for for certain carriers so hopefully that means on the future. they'll be hiring as well I wanna talk about you a little bit more in the mentality that the year took on you. I've touched with some other pilots about how we identify as pilots. It's who we are what we do. Our friends noah says the pilot like. It's it's so much more than just a job for so many people. What was kind of the beginning of this like for you so we we have the podcast and it feels like the next like it. All kind of happened but like what was going through your mind when you heard the news when you saw everything in the beginning not even necessarily thinking airlines are gonna go under but just the virus itself. Were you very worried. Were you very kind of aware that this might affect the industry or you kinda under the idea of This won't affect the industry. It's just going to be something with nothing. Can really hurt the aviation industry right now. I think nobody really leaning grass did magnitude of how it was gonna host gonna impact the industry worldwide. I think The beginning i was being the first downturn experienced in many younger people being the first down to experience in really coming from a background of how well industry was doing. we kind of had a mentality. The only trajectories upwards because we didn't know any better. I think what's happened has To those new interrogation truly showed the possibility of being going really well but the next day or witten few months actually take a completely different direction. But i think the approach i took is a mean. First of all was the uncertainty of of how long i was not going to be flying how i was going to be either furloughed or autopsy. I truly expected to be two to three years. Affair especially with how leadership was saying. How the early was not going to grow. And they were certainly gonna Because the demand was not there. All the experts were for testing a recovery. So i wasn't expecting to go back to fly until well into two thousand twenty two late. Two thousand twenty two maybe early tells them twenty-three news. I think caught me by surprise in a way saying that. They're gonna have us back but i think also with the vaccine we're starting to see more positive transcend and he's expected. They are trying to get ready for next summer in terms of staffing outlook but given. I didn't always going on the beginning in night. Expected to be two to three years. I truly wanted to do something with my time. is how i started pursuing master's saw through a riddle online which kept me busy. Kept me engaged navy signing some way and he was it was nice because although it's online and just how much of people are connecting nowadays was able to connect with some cut classmates who are also at the us not only the us lows in the world in germany and other countries and kind of have a field. How.
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"An interview with him. We talked about how he's one of the youngest to ever be hired a delta and unfortunately with the pandemic with covid it all was kinda put on hold is a delta pilot. he was never furloughed. We do talk about what happened. We talk about his mindset What he went back to thinking did he ever worry about his job. Just a ton of stuff that we talked about and decompressed and how he decided to invest in himself how he decided to go back to school. Get his mba. He was young. He wanted to continue to pursue this amazing career. That is going to be here for everyone and is starting to look better. I mean you guys have been asking for eight. Another state of the industry podcast. I'm hoping to get one of those done here soon. things are starting to look up and we love to see it. Let's hope it continues but it was awesome having sergio back on aviation. I hope you enjoyed today's podcast. If you do please lieber serve you on itunes. Check us out on instagram at pilot pilot. Stay tuned for launch coming soon. I know of teased before. Especially you're on instagram. But we went on a little vacation. Do some photos. So we're very excited to announce that soon you ought to stay tuned. Very few people know. But it's going to be so so cool. And i can't wait to release it edition. Hoping is having a great day. I wanna go ahead and start this episode office without any further. Do here's pilot sergio. Sergio.
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot Briefing
"Thanks so much for joining us. I'm jennifer non and this is a pilot briefing for the week of april fifth. Twenty bringing you the top five things you need to know generally vision news this week. This is ao pa's pilot briefing your general aviation news update brought to you by the aircraft owners and pilots association. The faa can get back to its long-stalled effort to publish new airman certification standards. Now that the department of transportation has removed obstacles that froze the project in two thousand nineteen an april first letter from ao p. a. and other aviation industry members urges the faa to make the publication of acs volumes and agency priority industries position. Is that any perceived barriers issuing new. Acs volumes noted during a twenty nineteen government review of agency's rulemaking procedures were removed on march. Twenty four th. When transportation secretary peop- due to judge signed a final rule to end internal policies and procedures relating to the issuance of rulemaking and guidance documents. A strong preference has emerged among pilots to get preflight weather briefings on computers or devices instead of calling flight service to help pilots help themselves. The faa has released a new advisory circular individual course as guides to the briefing process. According to the advisory circular the faa houses that the majority of pilots have become more accustomed performing a self briefing in calling a flight service ended acknowledges that a self briefing may be compliant with current faa regulations instrument. Flying is not dangerous unless clouds catch the pilot on prepared unexpected or inadvertent entry into instrument conditions is a persistent in notoriously deadly problem that has caused countless tragedies a wisconsin national guard helicopter pilot with a degree in aeronautical engineering created a simple device that could.
"pilot" Discussed on Private Pilot Podcast
"Your commercial pilot check right audio book should be by the time this comes out should be hitting audible and everything else here. Soon and dot com. That was a long that was a long sponsored sales message. Wasn't it anyways. I'm just so thankful to be with you all here today. Thank you for everybody who does take the time to listen to this. I know this is a part of many of your commute your workouts. You're walking the dogs. Many of you watched this on youtube and facebook. And just let run in the background while you're working Thank you for choosing to go above and beyond and be that good pilot who is always learning it just it truly means the absolute world to us and as such an absolute blessing. So thank you for that. And i want to talk about what we can do. As learners and learners is the m zero a two zero a glossary That is our word we use for students. We believe we are all student pilots but we call our students learners here. So how can we as a learner. Get back to the basics and get a fresh start at our flight training. Maybe you're already a private pilot. How go back. I encourage you as we now dive into this fundamentals series. I i hope you watched. Tuesday's video tuesday's videos on the fundamentals of landings. I hope then you've scheduled some time to get out and actually make that flight for tuesday's video. You have no clue what i'm talking about. You need to go to the youtube page. If you're watching this in the beginning of march twenty twenty one when this comes out you need to look at the very beginning of march twenty twenty one our youtube page on our facebook page and find the fundamentals of landings. It's a longer video your i. It's going to be thirty. Forty minutes to to watch it and truly consume it. And then i want you to go out and actually fly those same five lands that i demonstrate and teach you..
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcas?t?
"Was done. I had completed all the other requirements for the private pilot. Check right day. That didn't wasn't able to finish the game. The option to do steve turns in the all the required item. So i decided to go. She days later new across country portion. But the question is. How do you get over that. I always attributed lot of things in lessons that i learned from being an athlete to fly And it was like you know. Just play defensive bag. And i was a corner and one thing coach. Roy's beat you know and it's like you're playing up front of thousands of people and you beat for a touchdown or even if it's in practice i mean everybody knows you just got beat and it's easy to feel embarrassed it's easy. It's easy to get mad. But one thing i remember was always. You'd have a short memory. Short memory short is behind you mess play in so you got to translate that same mentality. Asians like that's that's the past next play short memory because if you start to linger on your mistakes and your ears it starts to deteriorate at your psyche in your And so just kind of apply that same mindset that i learned in sports short memory get Next play applying that to the asian woke the next day. Forget about it is do what you know you're capable of doing and that's how i handled the the only way to handle it right. It's like eventually you're gonna have to move on and you're not to take us check eventually Why not just accept the fee aviation life is about adversity. It's about how you take the bad and turn it into good and of you. Gotta you gotta say man up you gotta eventually just just do it and you can choose to do it then now or whatever but You can't run away from it. You know when when you get hurt when something bad happens you can't run from me. You got to face it head first and go after it absolutely. Mental toughness is a real dane. Our mental mental toughness is a real thing. And it's something that can be learned to like repetition. can you. can you can train your body to be more tough. It's like building a muscle. You can train yourself to become more mentally tough. So you're not spot right now where you don't feel like you're mentally tough. That can happen. You can build that absolutely absolutely. I do have one football question real quick just because you did disabled telephone or db You're talking about getting beat all right. Are you one of those. Db's latte when you get be the quarterback makes a bad throw or just an incompletion happens but you gotta be clearly got. Do you celebrate that by saying it's incomplete and start cheering and start saying how great you are or do you decide hope. No one saw that any walk back. Listen listen dot. The art of war is deception. So case in point you just got cooked in only reason a big completion or first dallas because it was either a dropped pass or erin throw in psalm. One hundred percent of the time but you know maybe a good fifty to sixty percent of time yet. I'm gonna wave my arms like incomplete. Y'all gonna get the quarterback. Give the little on tumble finger. Like no no no. But you know what you gotta celebrate victories. Even when you aren't necessarily the cause zone that's just shes. Dvd's mentality right here me so much like you just got beat. I made a bad throw. You're still not good. No just kidding. That's really funny. I've always wanted us. Db's before but Y'all crazy man. Yeah you're right. You're on an island right reverse island or lane. I should say right back in my day. A flying a getting back to that people. Tired of talking about football You've always had a very goal oriented life career it seems like did you know you wanted to fly for certain airline your whole life your whole career or did you take job as it came. Whatever came up for time building you. You went forward to try to make your resume. The best for whatever the best job could be when it comes well so the time building in things between the angle yellow teams was. I would say you know you said the opportunities at calm but it just posted that story that they ended the store said you know. What is your dream job. As you know my dream job is to be captain for delta airlines And that was. That was the goal for me at that time. I'm in reason. I say that. I think really the goal was to be an airline pilot right But one thing about myself is. I always set my goals. That very very very very specific and in the reason i said delta airlines at the time was like my mentor. The back the person who who got me into flying aviation michael he was a delta pilot and so obviously like following his footsteps. I literally wanted to follow his footsteps to a team. Like i also wanted to be at a point to where i be able to fly with. He beat my captain ideas. I officer so don't airlines was. The pinnacle was to goal for me at that time. So as you're going though did that chain. When did that change. I guess when were you okay with not going into delta or When were you. I guess you're probably always okay not going to delta but win where you kind of dislike well. You know. you're not gonna cool to like. I think that you know. I think for me. That changed when i actually got to the originals somewhat. This guy was their lines and sky. West we flew united american delta alaska. We flew for everybody. I saw all the different operations worked and it got to a point to where you know the further you get into aviation to fly. I think in any type of career that anyone is aspiring to be in. Sometimes what's important or what you thought mattered. Did doesn't necessarily matter as much as you thought it used to. And so for me to things change one thing that changed was culture like to me felt like no culture is an important thing like working at a place where you feel like your personality like the way that you operate like it messes with like the values of a company on the other thing that changed is like what do i want out of my career and i always wanted to have the ability to To fly wide bodies obviously delta's got wide but no united honestly. Oscar was a ceo of the united and was at sky was just saw united. Started to make a lotta strives like the company culture and things are going. I was like man. I could get on board with that on. I had several mentors Airline pilots outside a mall who also pirates in seller work for united so. I'm united became a really viable option. Plays like man. I really believe that could have a career here in do everything that i want my personal goals and also be a place to wear. I believe like my values gwenda. The person would mess with the culture there And so when it came time for me to to to move on. I only applied three places i have played delta united southwest luther replaces. I felt like i really. I really believe i could be happy here and To airlines called at the same time it'd be two places at the same time we got hired at the same time or two ended up choosing united in very happy with that decision. I'm been happy here so far. Still happy even with everything that's gone on like Even when everything was in the heat of it or you like dang. I should have gone the other place.
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcas?t?
"Would it be pilot. It's so funny. Because i'm sure that you've probably you know. This disastrous probably happened with numerous people. I think a lot of us would say. Oh yeah there's so much more to me than being a pilot being my career it yet. We are crushed all of a sudden when we don't have that association. So i think part of the processing still in in letting go of that side of things not going as well as you perhaps thought it would be going in rebuilding refocusing. Guess the different aspects of my personality..
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcas?t?
"Fm to get started today. Well everyone welcome back. We were just talking about one. Thirty five freight life and now we are going to transition into see the rest of your story What was next after. I guess what. I say you never really. You said you never really had a plan for what was going to be next. She canada's dealt with each step as it was going. So what opportunities were you choosing between what was kind of what were you choosing to do for your next job because obviously no one wants to stay flying. Small plane one thirty five. Their whole life is not a lifestyle can keep up forever. What was i to be next for you. Yeah didn't really didn't really know what was next to. The next thing was staying with that company. They had jets at lear jets and my number came up and they were like. Where do i start school. So that went to school in wichita this to school went through the leaders and the next thing Few months past almost a year. And they're in ogden with the company for almost four or five years at that stage. And between the pistons. In the lear and i was looking at up waiting on the learjet when a friend of mine came up. He's like a semi resume. Like what this is again before. The internet was out before websites but for a little like web and all that kind of stuff. So it's all pretty much you'd have to have a point of contact and Just send me your resume. Companies by new cr jays their fly for northwest airlines up in detroit. A few interested unlike Here's my resume. Went over to his place dropped off a resume and he took it up to the accompanied that stage express airlines one and a which was doing flying for northwest airlines Opened up a base up in detroit and next thing you know about a few days later there i get a ticket on northwest dc nine from columbus up to detroit and i sit there for interview with the pilot and the hr person and that was my second interview ever because the first one was that with with one person now had two people and did my interview. They ask questions. And i walked out of that room gonna coup. Now that went. And by the time i let it in columbus i had the legal the voicemail on my answering machine and the i played it walk into the house lot was flashing. Played it and they're like. When can you start was like whoa right mike when you start..
"pilot" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcas?t?
"They paid for my help. Pay for college but my flying it on my own So at that stage. I was flying about maybe once every two weeks and on everybody. That knows that's gone on. That pace knows how slow that pace is especially in ohio here in the winter two months february through probably march with the weather being low. And when you're working your jafar rating you want you on nice days so a same. Slowest rating was my private and then After my private which probably took about five six months to ca- done which felt like forever and then after that i was once instrument and everything else rolled by i was able to knock one of the other. That's a fairly quicker pace. Did you keep in mind about aviation when you're choosing college or were you kind of just like no behind. Go no matter what you know. I didn't do a whole lot of research. I always wanted to join the marine corps. Fly chore the marines or wants to be on. Its watch you know. I grew up watching top gun iron eagle in today's time there's instagram's youtube you have so many outlets to that people can see you know like things you can see refueling can see like glow passes. You seem nervous being done. You can see different airplanes. And all that kind of stuff. When i was growing up The only thing i had to see was s. Sixteen in iron eagle and s. Fourteen is in top gun. You know we and you'd watch those my brother would be like. Are you gonna watch us again. You've watched one hundred times this week already so i mean those are the only things that we let the tom. Cruise the maverick and doug masters an iron eagle and like him. And i would like have all those movies memorized so So yeah so. It was just like didn't really want to go fly about about five in aircraft skyrocketed to things. I've always wanted to do is five for the military and fly with my dad. Those were my two goals had minds and haven't done either us goal so there you know so i haven't done either but to ask your question. Yeah ohio state was over here. There was a district Wasn't quite sure like after graduating college. Like went up to the recruiting office with the marine corps had couple of recruiters over here and the kind of showed me the pass the the rossi or the pc program which platoon leader class..
"pilot" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Branches that will gladly take you the Army. You can fly multimillion-dollar helicopter at eighteen years old Street to seat warrant officer where the only service branch that has it. So come back with us for our army or Air Force, you know, whatever. Well, and as always if you want to get in touch with Adam or myself, you can email us at hey guys at the pilot Network. Org or you can visit us at the pilot network.com page will have links to everything else. We're transitioning to the.com domain address now, so you can you can contact us there and see everything we're doing from tpinx virtual to TJ in Q2 are podcast and YouTube channel and everything in between. So a huge thanks to you rob in a shout out to your crew and everyone else and until next time trying to sign up and the dirty side down fly safer buddy, bye-bye. the you know.
"pilot" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"So I've started a series of businesses and my latest one is called pilot Pipeline and it's a software business but it really is is it's an automated career management tool essentially for pilots and what it's designed to do is meet any pilot or prospective pilot at any experience level, whether they flown or whether they have a thousand two thousand ten thousand hours and it's going to help them get to their dream job or you know, discover New Paths that they they may be happy. Already and that's just because I've had fallen in love with Aviation. So my goal is to get more people into it. And so I think that pilot pipeline can do it. It's non-discriminatory. I'm trying to push people into the military. We're trying to push people into the commercial side. It's whatever you want to do based on the time that you want to spend based on the money the resources and your goals. So we kind of consolidation and bring in all the information that someone would want and could spend dozens and dozens of hours reading online and on message boards into one comprehensive automated solution really helps you figure out what you're going to do, especially if you're like me and you have a no Aviation background when you started so that's kind of the latest thing that that I'm working on. Absolutely. So and one of the reasons why I wanted to have you on the show and just kind of talk about pilot Pipeline and and what you're working on is because at tpn, we initially started out just a small group of Air Force pilots who were wage. To go to the Airlines and at that point the the vast majority were we're looking to go to the majors, you know, the Legacy or the UPS and FedEx is of the world as we've grown as a group. We've really started to look at the entire Arc of a pilot's career. So whether it's the teenager who is just thinking about a pilot career and and getting started and whether the military is viable option in the Guard Reserve or active duty all the way through Legacy Airline Captain who's retiring after 35 years because the FAA says they have to but still has a couple of good years of flying left in them. And so what we're really trying to do is support the entire Arc of Pilots career and and like are tagged, you know, the powered lift and rotor head Community definitely has things to contribute and whether they're going to melt ATP and and working through their multi-engine. And getting their ATP through that program and that Criss-Cross key is putting together or they're spending some time and in part 135 flying, you know, some charges type stuff for part 91 and I think what your resource does is it helps plot out that path because there's you know, everything's available online. You can Google just about anything and find that information the FAA has great resources, but it's almost a curse of abundance because you hit that Google button and there's thousands and thousands of years of things and what you've done is you've distilled that down into a very discernible pipeline or path for everyone along that process and that was something that came here at 2 p.m. We were really drawn to and we were a little bit we were excited to kind of advise a little bit along the way and and hopefully get to work with you in the future and full disclosure for the network down. You know, we're we're not affiliated in any sort of business relationship right now, but we really love what you're doing in terms of supporting the aviation community and we're we're excited to see this develop over time. I know you have a product demo that you'd like to show. Is that something that you're you're prepared to do now. Yeah, absolutely..
"pilot" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"This may have some some validity and Merit to help you defend yourself not saying it's a hundred percent effective or work all the time or if you take one class your expert, but if you can get to a certain level in the article, they talk about being a blue belt. And how that would be all the basic level enough to be able to help you in defense of yourself and in case like this and an enclosed environment striking is not necessarily always the best thing so I just something to look at again. I know that I may serve some opinions one way or the other on this I'm not looking to get any sort of politics involved or or or talk about different Reformation ins of of what we should be doing as a nation but for us as Airline and Military pilots and fellow crew members wage, I think it behooves us to be able to protect ourselves and the off-chance were involved in an altercation or we see something going down that we can end before it gets far worse. So just something off at take a look at coffee or die and that article might lead you down your own path of jujitsu and martial arts that you might be interested in. If not, you can call me a crazy man and say that maybe I'm home. I've got some should be discussing things that I barely know anything about because I'm only a little baby white belt but someday I won't be and that will be a good thing for me because I won't get my butt kicked number one. But number two, I'll feel definitely even more confident to stop situations like that from ever occurring should they arise and if they don't that's even better right bounce of preparation is worth an ounce of prevention is worth in my opinion and my opinion ten pounds of reaction. I've you know, instead of quote wrong, but close enough anyways for those of you listening out there. Thanks for joining us for those of you watching. Thanks for joining me and checking out the new hat if you have any questions hit us up at hey guys at the pilot Network. Org. Nope. Just kidding guys at the pilot network.com. That's right. We switched forgot about that. And if you if you're interested in buying some cool tpn merch you can checks out directly off..
"pilot" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Tpn. What is up? It is I M you hunt here with another pilot Network touching go today. Who knows when this is going to be released but it doesn't really matter. It's on a little older article that I found dead. And I really liked and I wanted to chat with you all about it not waste too much of your time. First foremost. I wanted to shamelessly plug the new tpn hats. That's right. If you're interested, you can hit matter I up or go to the pilot network.com as that is developing. You'll be able to order these and they'll be shipped straight to you. There's a couple other styles on there as well a couple of trucker hats with the Snapback thing a couple of other cool looks so and they're not looking cooler. Anyways, I wanted to for those of you who are listening on the podcast go to YouTube The Pub Network channel and check it out subscribe to everything that we do because then you get more cool free stuff and you can also have the opportunity to participate in way more awesomeness. That is the pilot wage. Anyways, that's not why you're here. You're here to hear me talk I suppose. Anyways, I wanted to give a shout out. This is this company is not affiliated with us in any way shape or form, although. I wish they were and this is an invite for them to freely join us on the podcast or in any way at the pilot Network. It's bracket Black Rifle Coffee Company. First of all, I like their coffee, but the thing that I really enjoy is there coffee or die, blog site and informational posting capabilities blog magazine stuff. So I I brol Brazilian jiu-jitsu. I haven't for a while because of covid-19 pregnant wife. I decided to keep a happy home and abstain until babies here and healthy some people agree with me some people don't but that's my decision and I'm sticking to it. I'm pretty happy about it right now. But when I do get back to the mats, I have a reason wage Uh, if you go to coffee or Jiu-Jitsu that's jiu, Jiu Jitsu police reform backslash. You will see a great article written by Joshua Scoville and this will be in the show notes and I'm going to cross post it on the Facebook group page and in on the Facebook page and our community group, it's not a VPN produced item, but it doesn't matter because there's some great information in here about Jujitsu and I like oh and I think some of our folks out there and TPM land role as well. The the title of this is is Jiu-Jitsu the best step towards police reform one LAPD veteran think so since May 13th 2020. So there's a lot of great information here from a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu who's also got a black belt in Judo as well as a lot of hand competitive training and it's really interesting job. Stuff, but that's not what I'm wanting to talk about..
"pilot" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Htpn, what's up? It is I Adam Again by myself. No guests. No co-host. It's one of those touch-and-go things that I used to do with that were bringing back which is doubtful twist this time. We're going to call it tpn touch-and-go Tuesday Triple-T. Why because we really like acronyms because we're not that smart and can't really remember all the words of the pilot Network or whatever. It's just easy to say Triple T. And we're going to try to release them on Tuesdays get him out there just so there's some stuff for them to on your commutes because a better up to a bunch of us are probably going to commute more than we ever had before or more over if you just want to hear the sound of my wonderful voice. Or if you just want to hear what's going on on tpn and inside the network and we can give you a little snippet of that. Essentially. That's all it's going to be thoughts or questions from the network name or my personal opinions and stuff that was posted or just stuff that I've found in research talked to other people in the industry and thought it'd be unique or interesting to share with you. It's going really short very quick not take a lot of your time. Hopefully never longer than seven minutes. If it is, please forgive me. I apologize. So if you have an idea or you want to participate directly in the podcast by indirectly having me talk about whatever it is. You want to talk about send us an email at hey guys at the pilot Network. Or send me an email directly at Adam at the pilot. Park. Org and I will share your idea or question if I have an answer or if I can research it and if I can't I will find somebody who has an answer for your job. And with the network via this little mini platform. So here we go. First one is a post by one of our awesome members who post regularly. I have some pretty good discussion pieces name is Josh flatly. And for those of you who may or may not know him and he posted something about the Pentagon is or off to pit against human pilots and live fighter trials. All right. So this is from c4isr. The article goes on to discuss a bunch of really unique pieces of Testing that happened in simulated dog fights between an AI algorithm and F-16 pilot and they I think they beat him something like five times five out of five months and they want to say that by 2020 for artificial intelligence could they're going to put that live trial against each other are born and we're going to see what happens and it's the end of the age of the fighter pilot which means and the age for all Pilots blah blah blah. Keep going down that road talk about it. Yeah, and one of the few more interesting things though was the quote the ai's resounding Victory demonstrated the ability of advanced algorithms to outperform humans in virtual dog fights these simulations culminate in a real world competition involving full-scale tactical aircraft in 2024. They go further on to say and I think this is a quote from the article that off. Really like is by Colonel Dan je veux te voir a sec. Hope I'm saying that right, but there are quote. There are a lot of caveats and disclaimers to add in here. That after the test including that the a I had significant information that might not be available in an actual combat scenario and that they're maybe just moving to a bad idea of a loyal wingman setup where a number of systems are controlled by One Pilot or that the way I could take over existing systems making them and optionally humanly piloted platform. I don't know where I stand on all this I guess as a Aviator, I'm not really excited about the idea of fighter pilot buddies in mind losing their jobs and losing that thrill and what they've always wanted to do what they're really really good at. I do understand that. I'm not a Luddite and I get it that if stuff is going to progress we need to be ready to put up with it or kind of died on the vine. I do understand that premise of it and I also am readily willing to admit that there's certain things human beings can't do better than computers. And in the long run off that way I might have the capability to do some of that what I don't understand is I get it that day. I algorithmic algorithms might be able to figure out how to better calculate. She rapidly intercept angles and all that stuff all the fighter pilot stuff that I don't know but what happens if you throw weather into the mix or something that's outside of that case. I mean, I guess with a i learning and I'm not an expert on any of this stuff. I'm not even a novice with a learning in a probably be able to figure all that out, but I don't understand it. I know that there's a lot of you smarty people out there who probably do so I guess my question for you is could you just stop doing it so we can continue to fly airplanes. I know that's nice. Reality, but I figured I'd try to ask the question. Anyways, well more importantly though on the same website is and I must read this is that Faisal Sohan said comments section quote. I'm now making over $15,000 every month just by doing an easy job spelled with the zero online spelled with an exclamation point in the Zero from home using my laptop..
"pilot" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Pentagon is or off to pit against human pilots and live fighter trials. All right. So this is from c4isr. The article goes on to discuss a bunch of really unique pieces of Testing that happened in simulated dog fights between an AI algorithm and F-16 pilot and they I think they beat him something like five times five out of five months and they want to say that by 2020 for artificial intelligence could they're going to put that live trial against each other are born and we're going to see what happens and it's the end of the age of the fighter pilot which means and the age for all Pilots blah blah blah. Keep going down that road talk about it. Yeah, and one of the few more interesting things though was the quote the ai's resounding Victory demonstrated the ability of advanced algorithms to outperform humans in virtual dog fights these simulations culminate in a real world competition involving full-scale tactical aircraft in 2024. They go further on to say and I think this is a quote from the article that off. Really like is by Colonel Dan je veux te voir a sec. Hope I'm saying that right, but there are quote. There are a lot of caveats and disclaimers to add in here. That after the test including that the a I had significant information that might not be available in an actual combat scenario and that they're maybe just moving to a bad idea of a loyal wingman setup where a number of systems are controlled by One Pilot or that the way I could take over existing systems making them and optionally humanly piloted platform. I don't know where I stand on all this I guess as a Aviator, I'm not really excited about the idea of fighter pilot buddies in mind losing their jobs and losing that thrill and what they've always wanted to do what they're really really good at. I do understand that. I'm not a Luddite and I get it that if stuff is going to progress we need to be ready to put up with it or kind of died on the vine. I do understand that premise of it and I also am readily willing to admit that there's certain things human beings can't do better than computers. And in the long run off that way I might have the capability to do some of that what I don't understand is I get it that day. I algorithmic algorithms might be able to figure out how to better calculate. She rapidly intercept angles and all that stuff all the fighter pilot stuff that I don't know but what happens if you throw weather into the mix or something that's outside of that case. I mean, I guess with a i learning and I'm not an expert on any of this stuff. I'm not even a novice with a learning in a probably be able to figure all that out, but I don't understand it. I know that there's a lot of you smarty people out there who probably do so I guess my question for you is could you just stop doing it so we can continue to fly airplanes. I know that's nice. Reality, but I figured I'd try to ask the question. Anyways, well