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"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

12:19 min | 5 months ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Is non-conclusive inclusive day here. Today we can't decide whether we're going to have a clear sky or a cloudy sky but it's not going to be frigid. It's not supposed to be snowing and that's all well and good in January and this. Yeah Yeah it gets not supposed to be snowing here today either. What what what Kalinka Dink Yeah? It was freezing cold here. Jeb though was it was like almost literally freezing cold. It was in the thirties thirties. I'm not sure it got to thirties here here. Apparently other places in Florida I it. It got pretty close here though. I think it got pretty close. I woke up in the middle of night looked at my IPAD. Just to see what the temperature was. And it's for for this area whether underground said it was thirty. Four degrees breeze feels like twenty seven. Is What it said now. What a coincidence that is because thirty four is what it got down to here last night? Well see they go. So it's it's there's there's someplace our pain. Yeah I know right and that other voice here in our virtual hanger is for my a good friend from somewhere near Sarasota Florida Jeb burnside Good Morning Jeb. Good morning to you. How's it going? I'm good good well. I'm in Florida while it's cold in New Hampshire so I'm happy right. Yeah and so if anybody who wants to get kind of a a mental picture of this whole whole thing might think that because I'm Hidden River Jeb like sitting around the table on I.. Or something like that with microphones and we're not unfortunately we don't have the gear to do do it that way so so we we continue to use our voice over. Ip System like usual he jabs in his normal Home Office where he always is. And I'm in his little breakfast Nook here where I've taken efforts efforts to make it a little less echo-sounding but chances are people can hear A little bit of an echo in the background I apologize for that. I'm going to try and get rid of IT and post production but we'll see what it happens buddy buddy holly used empty egg cartons so You absolutely Sh- I think Steve Tupper is done that too so yeah That's a possibility. He has deep tupper. Can't sing like Buddy Holly could I duNno Steve Tupper Music Guy Steeped uppers got his finger. Steeped well we could talk. DOC what Steve. I don't know if we will shoot or not. What's going on with JEB? Anything else you know. Nothing much Not really getting much done this week. Magazine or in your airplane is technically grounded as a result of a little metal plate. Well Yeah I mean I can put a replacement plate on it and go fly. That's kind of technically GRANDPA but strictly speaking the right there on your counter. I'm looking at them exactly run. It's all it takes to ground. Airplane is is is the absence of a would it be accurate to call it an inspection cover a wing attachment bolt a cover. Got It okay. Yes it's sometimes for inspection but this is kind of popped off one day and unfortunately so on the ground you found it on the ground like two weeks later on ironic that you were walking along the route which you flew over. I guess it wasn't while you were flying off taxi while you were taxing. Okay and of course textron aviation will tell you that they can have that replacement part for you in sometime between four and six years well interesting. You mentioned that I got the parts book cout and looked up the part number for it and went online to textron's parts distribution website. And sure enough. They had eight of them in stock. And I'm serious and I ordered one got here two days later and I screwed up our part number the part number for the opposite wing and just didn't move my finger down a next the the next line to read everything there was to read so I went back online to get one for the correct wing and they have none in stock Found the old one and no I or the old one. There's a there's a clip that's riveted onto it and The the clip on on the one that came off the airplane. The original one wasn't I DIDN'T WANNA use it to it's not serviceable as put it that way. I don't want to replace. I don't want to put it back on with that same clip so I just just get another one. You know it was. It wasn't free but it wasn't exorbitant. All things considered airports either. That's always good. Yeah but I haven't gotten around to calling textron and say hey guys you know you got him for this way. How about for the other way? So I don't know we'll see I've got enough parts parts both new and used to cobble something together But I have to drill out some rivets and I have to to squeeze some rivets rivets and I just haven't had the patience or the or the time to to really dive into it like it is what it is yeah. I made that mistake. One time. I bought a whole bunch engine nails that were only good for the left hand wall and very secure joke. It's perhaps needs to be visual. I don't know I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Query you on this land you don't even get it. See Okay I think about it. You'll laugh in about two items down the list you'll see. Let's see a couple of follow ups here from past episodes It's been a really long time since we recorded bid partly kind of creative scheduling. We were trying to do and then we had to do a cancellation as well. So had the holidays and the holidays and then You know so Is a monstrous list that we're never going to get through today day but we'll see what we can do here One bit of follow up. We talked I think on the last episode of one of the last couple of episodes about T.F. Ours we're talking about the Disney are in Orlando And we thought at the time that there was not afar or the Anaheim Disneyland or at least I think I thought there wasn't one I'm I'm not sure I don't recall exactly what you guys said. we heard pretty quickly from a couple of different listeners Who pointed out to us that there surely is a full-blown seventieth are over the Anaheim California Disney Disney land and You know not unlike the one in Florida so there we go so It's a I saw reference to these two T of ours one time later on the list. And if we're going to get to it or not but we may talk about prohibited areas and I was reading an article about you. Know How many prohibited areas there are in the country and then it sort of almost parenthetically said and then of course. There's these these Disney temporary every flight restriction areas that are not really temporary anymore They're actually permanent by legislation. I didn't know that. Yes that's correct So they're they're not really T- Afars. There's something else I have. PFR's yeah they're permanent. Temporary flight restricted areas just dropped the tea is just you know hey the FAA has its terminology we'd better not mess with the FAA wisdom when it'd be known in Congress to do anything temporary very that stuck. I don't know a lot of things that have stuck that I wished didn't stick but that's maybe a story for different podcast so that's one bit of follow up unless there's something else you want to add about the Disney. ETF OURS TO P T F ours. PFR's the next bit of business. This here is just a follow up real quick on just want to make an observation here. I kinda WanNa like you know. Credit where credit is due in past for about a few months. Now we've been talking about the whole chapters thing of of the way the podcast Meta data works in some podcasts. Players can show the chapters information and I was asking whether it it was worth it to people Did they want me to go to the effort of continuing to put chapters in there And I very quickly heard from enough listeners that I said I'm going to do it. I'll I'll go to the effort. Here's here's what's interesting is so in the process of kind of trying to streamline the workload so that I could keep doing chapters I discovered something and So in the world of audio there are at least two file formats for unconfessed audio. The one that everyone's familiar with is wave the one that some people are less familiar but apple people are very familiar with af or also known as aiff. And because. I'm an Apple Guy I've always used. AIFF AF thinking that it was basically the same thing as wave. What I discovered with my research is that that the wave format contains pains Meta data Or can contain Meta data and that the audio software that I use now. Which is adobe audition the audio software if I put markers what they call markers in the audio file and kind of just structure them properly they will automatically get exported with the wave file and automatically get imported into our podcasting production process and so the Labor intensiveness of it basically went away? I mean just completely went away. It's actually trivial easy now so A bit of research that I wouldn't have done if a handful of listeners are good. Handful listeners hadn't stepped up and said we'd like this please do it crusoe through so But so I hate to admit when a bit of Apple. Technology is not the best there is but in this particular instance Wave files are better. I hate even saying that out loud makes rather a blind now. I know we got email from listener. Bill AM Who Actually I'm not sure if this is actually a follow up but we'll pretend it's a follow up because because it's listener we'll call it follow listener bill? AM Referred us to a I believe it's an FAA AC. That's advisory correct visory circular that I just woke up Siri. So how did you you do that as I say. Not Tonight dear. I have a headache. HANG ON WE'RE GONNA put my phone someplace where she can't hear me. That's impossible advisory circular about thunderstorm places around America. Let's see now. I'm reading from his email. You said he came and he addresses Jeb. He said advisory Circular Zero Zero five four page seven shows a map of the continental us by average thunderstorm days days and And then bill observed that clearwater Florida which just up the road from here has the highest concentration of thunderstorms arms in America. which is kind of interesting? I don't know and he he wanted to know whether you took that whether or not you knew that fact act. Do you take thunderstorms. How much do you take them into consideration in your flight planning? Yeah for a first of all the same gentleman soon as a different Second question and I I only saw the second one. I'm seeing the first one now. Oh I don't know how or why but but it's it's it is what it is Yep I think two things one As a rule there are exceptions but as a rule uh Florida. Thunderstorms are neither as big nor as violent as thunderstorms elsewhere. secondly I don't know anything about northern about thunderstorms in northern Colorado..

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

12:08 min | 10 months ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"But it's just airplane so it's not really this is. This is the best see now. It's got a runway in the front yard. So here's travel tips all right longtime listeners know that I am a pretty regular regular traveller on the airlines and came across interesting travel tip recently all right and that is that if your flight is going to be severely verily delayed you can just volunteer to fly it yourself. Absolutely I've done that several times as someone said it's a variation on on on try the fish or what is it. have the fish have the fish have the fish of course being this sort of meam that I think Steve Tupper came doc with where on an airline flight he urges the pilots to have the fish in the hopes that they will be food poisoned and Steve. We'll be called up to the cockpit to fly the airplane so this is this is a little variation on that this is a flight in someplace someplace not in the US but a flight in England England to like was it to Australia or it was just as wherever it was to Manchester England Alicante Spain gene to Spain okay and and there was a scheduling Snafu in terms of flight crews apparently the only person was missing was the captain. It sounds like there was a first officer present all right but the captain is missing all right and the captain's GonNa be missing for a long time right and so one of the passengers on on the aircraft turns out is in fact a captain for that airline all right and he notices is this going on and he realizes that he and his wife and his kids hit or kids are about to be massively delayed on their way to their vacation and so he gets on the telephone to whoever they're they're dispatch or whatever and says listen. Here's the deal field's really delayed. I'm here I can fly. I got my ID. I'm in shape. You know I mean everything's Hunky Dory. If you guys are okay with it and if you're okay with me flying in civilian clothes it's all right and and apparently the dispatch people came back to him about well. He said it's sixty eight seconds or something silly like that but basically pretty quickly they came back and said yes do it and and so a long time to think about it. There's a youtube video that shows that shows this fill in captain standing at the front of the main cabin talking on the public address explaining this whole thing saying so. Are you okay with all right with you know with us not being delayed with me flying in civilian clothes so that we're not delayed and he got like almost a standing ovation imagine. It's like Yes yes but I'd be sitting there going really. How do I know this guy's really a captain. How do I what who's WHO's vetted. Did this thing I'm I'm a little. I don't know I but see then. I'm a I'm a ironically. I'm a timid airline Flyer and so I would I would be suspicious. I should say that because I can't see out the front window. I you know Jeb. You and I've had this conversation. I've explained this. I believe leave see. This is really going to get into deep deep stuff here or not you know we. I believe that riding on an airliner is is sorta like playing Russian roulette all right. I believe that you're playing Russian. Roulette with about a million chamber gun. and you're basically saying I will oh magic you know. The mystics are saying we will magically get you to your destination all right but you've got to put this million chamber gun to your head and pull the trigger all right and if you live you arrive all right like. I don't like the chances I don't like the odds I don't like that. I have no control the other. There's the other metaphor here's the other for income. Schroeder's airplanes airline passenger. This is shorting airline passenger. Okay is like once I go into that airline cabin and once they closed the door. I am both dead and alive all right. I mean you know whether or not I arrive as a living creature whether I'm able to leave alive. is totally out of my hands. I have no influence on it at all. Have the fish aside okay yeah just going to say first of all. They don't serve fish that often anymore and serve anything that often but yeah yeah they served. They probably served fishing first class and I don't want those folks line my airplane so now I don't want to neither you know yeah yeah I I am. I'm parsing all this and and I don't really have any pithy comment for you right because I'm right. That's all there is to it well. My experiences is completely different. I get on the airplane. I know what kind it is. I know where my seat is is. and I know that there are very few other pilots on board except the two guys up front yeah and I will kind of keep an eye open or an ear peeled just for the general what's going on kind of things. You know. I'll I'll notice on a long range on a long flight. I'll notice for example when they increase power to step climb to a more efficient altitude. I'll note is obviously when they you know lower flaps. Laura gear all that kind of stuff I'll notice when they lead cruising altitude which invariably in my experiences roughly thirty minutes from touchdown nets my and my experience as well. Yes yeah yeah but I really don't care that much. I it is so far removed move. Being in the cabinet of a of an airliner is so far removed from the kind of flying that the the three of us. Do many of our listeners do that. It's just a different experience altogether. It's more of a bus ride. Trump will totally is but my point being that it's a bus ride that where you have no influence on the outcome yeah as as a sure. I do know sure I do want if it if it all goes into the crapper what you're going to break down on the cabin door and fly the things safely. I'll knock on the door can be of assistance is like the it's like the dirty Harry movie where he's you know airport poured and there's a hijacking and he's like maybe of assistant find any ends up shooting the hijackers of course of course through the bulkhead Ed Volker's yeah so I okay I see I don't. I don't have that confidence and it's not a question of my skills. I just don't believe that I would be allowed to influence Jewish. I was on a flight. One time. You know yeah I was. I was a little regional aircraft. It was wasn't even a big. It wasn't even a regional jet. It was like one of these little turboprop twins and we were flying back from probably like Philadelphia back back to Manchester and about an it's like you said Jeb you know you kind of know what the procedures ought to be right and about and I'm sort of following wing long however was I was following along the window whatever and about halfway to our destination all right they kind of made a three hundred and sixty or one hundred eighty degree turn all right and I'm going what the heck is this all about all right and after a couple of minutes the captain comes on the Intercom and says that we've we've discovered a mechanical oh problem on the aircraft and and here's the Real Gotcha are here is this is this really kind of annoyed me all right. He said he said we've discovered McCain. We're getting an indication up up here. There's a mechanical problem all right and we don't have any mechanic resources at Manchester New Hampshire all right so we're turning around and going back to Philadelphia all right. I'm going know what are you talking about all right. We're closer to Manchester Philadelphia. I'm sorry it's going to cost you more money to fix it right but yeah so he turned around and we made somewhat non-standard descended and it was it was for me. I found it stressful it. It made me nervous and and we did in fact get back to wherever it was Philadelphia or what they happen to share with you. Let the mechanical problem I don't. I certainly don't recall they. I don't know if if they did or not and it wasn't anything you can notice just sitting in the back not like engine falling all yeah no no I. I you know I wanna say it was a landing gear air. I don't know I don't recall. I don't recall All I know is that they said we're not going onto our destination which is closer all right because there's no mechanics there and I'm going well tough. Really you know you know forget. It landed Hartford. Let's get on the ground here all right you know and so anyways that mean like I said I'm a I'm a nervous airline Flyer. Go ahead David well that brings things up a question is. Do you feel like you get on an airliner and you know there's a million chamber. Russian roulette game going on do do you feel the same way about the several hundred thousand things that could go wrong on a piston engine single. I I'm certainly aware that things can go wrong. Along the difference is that I feel like I have more influence into the outcome. you know Jeb when I go flying with you. Which is the most common example lately of me flying where I'm not the pilot it is first of all I have. I know you JEB right and so I- although I generally trust airline pilot crews I don't know Oh them they're very they're you know they're they're black boxes to me. I know you JEB. I know I have a an understanding of your sense of caution in precision and whatnot and I can watch the monitor flight. I'm sitting in the front. I can reach out the front window. I can watch the panel right. I mean I have a much more complete sense of where we are and you. You know Clint Eastwood aside. I believe that if I if I observe something going wrong I would have much more influence in a in the decision making process to maybe land or or whatever so yeah David I get that it's also unsafe but as a as a no no I didn't say on safe yeah well. You said unsafe. I say I say is a is a is a wild wild card will and if you look at the record so far you've survived one hundred percent of your airline flights. I know let's see that's getting closer and closer to the bad one. I know that's not one hundred percent of your flights with Jeb bob well. That's a matter of fill out a little bit. I don't look at flights with JEB is a totally binary thing. I guess what I'm saying so we're back to that to the vinyl versus CD. It is not analog. It's are you. Don't look at flying okay. We're going to come up with the next one. I'm sure it will be only criticism before you say welcome folks criticism I would I would only only other observation not criticism I would share would be your use of the word small to the scribe a regional turboprop yeah yeah well see that's not the sizes them exactly right sizes elitism you fly in my debonair which is a much..

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Passenger Steps in to Fly Plane After Pilot Fails to Turn Up

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:08 min | 10 months ago

Passenger Steps in to Fly Plane After Pilot Fails to Turn Up

"Am a pretty regular regular traveller on the airlines and came across interesting travel tip recently all right and that is that if your flight is going to be severely verily delayed you can just volunteer to fly it yourself. Absolutely I've done that several times as someone said it's a variation on on on try the fish or what is it. have the fish have the fish have the fish of course being this sort of meam that I think Steve Tupper came doc with where on an airline flight he urges the pilots to have the fish in the hopes that they will be food poisoned and Steve. We'll be called up to the cockpit to fly the airplane so this is this is a little variation on that this is a flight in someplace someplace not in the US but a flight in England England to like was it to Australia or it was just as wherever it was to Manchester England Alicante Spain gene to Spain okay and and there was a scheduling Snafu in terms of flight crews apparently the only person was missing was the captain. It sounds like there was a first officer present all right but the captain is missing all right and the captain's GonNa be missing for a long time right and so one of the passengers on on the aircraft turns out is in fact a captain for that airline all right and he notices is this going on and he realizes that he and his wife and his kids hit or kids are about to be massively delayed on their way to their vacation and so he gets on the telephone to whoever they're they're dispatch or whatever and says listen. Here's the deal field's really delayed. I'm here I can fly. I got my ID. I'm in shape. You know I mean everything's Hunky Dory. If you guys are okay with it and if you're okay with me flying in civilian clothes it's all right and and apparently the dispatch people came back to him about well. He said it's sixty eight seconds or something silly like that but basically pretty quickly they came back and said yes do it and and so a long time to think about it. There's a youtube video that shows that shows this fill in captain standing at the front of the main cabin talking on the public address explaining this whole thing saying so. Are you okay with all right with you know with us not being delayed with me flying in civilian clothes so that we're not delayed and he got like almost a standing ovation imagine. It's like Yes yes but I'd be sitting there going really. How do I know this guy's really a captain. How do I what who's WHO's vetted. Did this thing I'm I'm a little. I don't know I but see then. I'm a I'm a ironically. I'm a timid airline Flyer and so I would I would be suspicious. I should say that because I can't see out the front window. I you know Jeb. You and I've had this conversation. I've explained this. I believe leave see. This is really going to get into deep deep stuff here or not you know we. I believe that riding on an airliner is is sorta like playing Russian roulette all right. I believe that you're playing Russian. Roulette with about a million chamber gun. and you're basically saying I will oh magic you know. The mystics are saying we will magically get you to your destination all right but you've got to put this million chamber gun to your head and pull the trigger all right and if you live you arrive all right like. I don't like the chances I don't like the odds I don't like that. I have no control the other. There's the other metaphor here's the other for income. Schroeder's airplanes airline passenger. This is shorting airline passenger. Okay is like once I go into that airline cabin and once they closed the door. I am both dead and alive all right. I mean you know whether or not I arrive as a living creature whether I'm able to leave alive. is totally out of my hands. I have no influence on it at all. Have the fish

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Are going into military service. CBS news correspondent Ladimir duty reports. It's about a week before graduation at New York's Windsor central high school. Say. But this pomp and circumstance is solely intended to highlight students said on careers in the military. I think it's great for like this to happen because there's not a lot of everything tation in the schools. But here this is what it's all about, like it's completely for us. We're recognizing you for what you're about to do. Aaron Katersky will graduate second in her class. But instead of heading to college, she enlisted in the army, and plans to become a veterinarian, you'd get hands on training in the army, and then afterwards, they can pay for your scoring with the GI Bill, and I can end up being college in all that score just doesn't really fit me. I can't really stay at a desk job. I have to be out somewhere doing something getting my hands dirty. Dominic master Nardi and how you Olson are headed to the marines. I chose the marines. I wanted to challenge brotherhood. I just felt like going to serve something bigger than myself young graduates going into the military should be honored. Gene Clark a director of our community salutes, which has performed more than thirty of these celebrations to service in over twenty states this year, I hear from veterans all the time. Well, they never did this for me. When I went in the service in my response is no, they didn't do it. When I went in the service, but wouldn't it have been wonderful if they had Jenner Murdoch US navy? Jen, Murdoch represents the fourth generation of Kerr family to join the navy, and the first to be celebrated by her community for doing so it's kind of a family, like almost, it's always been an interest of mine, and it seems like it just kind of made sense to join the navy. Jenna wants to become a physical therapist one day and plans to pay for that education using the GI Bill that they're doing this. It's such a it's such a great idea. And I love what he said, young grads going into the military should be. We should be paying attention to them. We should be honoring them and thanking them. That is CBS says Vandermeer duty reporting, w w j news time to twenty three. Also making news this morning. An infant formula, only sold at WalMart is under a recall Perry. Go company has recalled containers of parents choice advantage advantage, infant formula milk base powder. With iron the company reports the potential presence of metal foreign matter in lots see two six e the F v. The company says that there have not been any reported problems. Go is recalling one finished batch of parents choice advantage, infant formula, milk based powder with iron that was shipped to WalMart. If you have the formula, they're asking you to certainly not use it and return it to WalMart for a refund. And a piece of Detroit's and America's history on display this weekend at Detroit river days. Steve Tupper is air boss, for the to ski air museum air show. He says the show is a fitting tribute to the to ski airmen, a group of African American pilots during World War, Two that included the late former Detroit, mayor Coleman young, the cool thing. I get the museum is to be an instructor, and, you know, we can, we can honor the legacy of the airman with the most important thing, we can do is take the kids of Detroit, the air, the true, heirs of the ski airman and teach them how to fly and follow in those footsteps, river days, also includes jet ski demonstrations food music, and fun runs through.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And Chrysler got. Into their vehicles and fled the scene. Ingrid Kelly, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty police say it's unclear if the two suspects knew one another Detroit police investigating shooting at a Wickham and L Myra near Plymouth, and greenfield. That's where investigators say a twenty eight year old and his four-year-old son had been shot. The four year old was struck in the leg and is in serious condition. His father is fighting for his life. Police believe the victims. No, the suspect Detroit. Police also investigating a shooting scene at west outer drive in greenfield, where three men had been shot the victims all African American twenty two year old and a twenty four year old are in critical condition. A twenty three year old isn't temporary serious condition. Police say the suspect may have opened fire from an older dodge, Durango, a man protecting his sister on Detroit's west side now in critical condition WWE Zach Clark with more say the two suspects pulled up to the victim. In a red dodge pickup, while he was walking with his sister in the area of plain view and Warren on the city's west side around eleven fifteen Friday night. Authorities tell WW j that one of the suspects asked him if it sister was a prostitute after he said, she wasn't the two jumped out of the truck and started beating him until he was unconscious the suspects, then drove away anybody with any information should call Detroit police or crime stoppers that Clark, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Oakland County sheriff Michael, boo. Shard is now master sheriff, Michael Bouchard, WWE, NewsRadio nine fifties. Lauren Barth old has more. Michael Bouchard is now a Michigan master sheriff in order to earn the title a candidate must serve a minimum of twelve years as sheriff. And in that time, they must have demonstrated continued professional education. Master sheriff Bouchard has been in the business for thirty three years, but it's been working with Oakland County for twenty. He says he's humbled and honoured Lauren Berthold. W w j NewsRadio nine fifty piece of Detroit's and America's history on display this weekend at Detroit river days story from WW, NewsRadio nine fifties. Greg Bowman Steve Tupper is air boss, for the to ski air museum air show. He says the show is a fitting tribute to the to ski airmen, a group of African American pilots during World War, Two that included the late former Detroit mayor Coleman young, cool thing for the museum. Instructor. And you know, we can, we can honor the legacy of the airman with the most important thing, we can do is take the kids of Detroit the air. The true heirs ski airman and teach them how to fly and follow in those footsteps, river days, also includes jet ski demonstrations food, music, and fun. It runs through Sunday along the Detroit river at riverfront park. Greg Bowman w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. WJ news time ten away. Time for traffic.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And Warren earlier this week. The victim told police the masked suspects ambush nearly shot him while he was walking to get cigarettes rising tensions between the US in Iran are causing gas prices to rise. Once again, opus, global head of energy analysis Tom closer discusses. The current state of oil on Wall Street week for crude oil prices. I think most of was related tension in the Persian Dawson specifically near the strait of hormones more in a live update from CBS news about a dozen Iraqi Christians are fighting deportation, as US immigration is booking them flights WWE NewsRadio nine fifties. Rob Saint Mary explains. Some HAMAs family fled Saddam Hussein's Iraq in early. Nineteen eighties due to persecution. I've never been there. Anyway. Six months, old Amano was three when he got to the US now there's a thirty nine year old man. The government says he needs to go because seventeen years ago he received a stolen car in Heddon assault charge, which he did time for a modest says that he's worried he'll be killed if he returns like a cousin who was kidnapped on a trip to Iraq, a few years ago. I can't sleep. You know, I'm having nightmares. You know, I can't function. Right. As a human being lawyers with the ACLU and by any means necessary, or filing emergency orders in federal immigration court today, hoping to keep at least a dozen caldeans from being deported so that they can have more time to plead for asylum. Rob Saint Mary, w j NewsRadio nine fifty thanks really taking off this weekend for Detroit river days. One of the highlights is the to ski airmen museum air show tribute to a group of African American military pilots who flew during World War Two, we will have formation demonstrations in museum motor, lighters. And we expect to have a four ship flight of World War Two era, t six Texans. There'll be operated, one of them is owned by the museum, and we've got three other pilots coming in. So there's Warbirds there's aerobatics there's formation demos, there's something for everybody in a little over an hour of flying scheduled for each day, that Steve Tupper air boss of the to ski Gosho, which runs today.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"By Mark z dot com that sold by Mark z dot com. Only idol Dom motor group twenty four hour traffic center. Tracy mccaskill, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty check out the Accu weather forecast, finally feels like summertime. Here's Dave Bowers, we have a ridge of high pressure parked in the backyard and here it's going to stay for much. Of the weekend giving us some very comfortable conditions. Lots of sunshine, right through the afternoon. A high about seventy eight will dip well into the fifties tonight under mostly clear sky and tomorrow, beautiful day. Sunshine, light winds a high about seventy six now Sunday, they'll be more clouds than some, but it's still going to be drying comfortable high about seventy nine then we have to tangle with the next front will bring a couple of showers and a thunderstorm on Monday. More humid, mostly cloudy skies, a high about eighty one but they were back to partly sunny weather on Tuesday with a high again, Eighty-one AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Bowers on WJ NewsRadio nine fifty and it is quite the beautiful day right now. It's seventy five and if cellini seventy four in Troy and seventy five in Roseville. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the to work in when it's time to go home. He's radio nine fifty. Jay w w j news time to eleven people all across Mitchell, Detroit, and the country. Celebrating the first day of summer today. Meteorologists say the rain is mostly out of the forecast for this weekend. But how long is this beautiful weather supposed to last? Sandy Duncan managing editor of the farmer's almanac, spoke live on WW as far as a cold and wet Junes supposed to spoil the rest of the air. So hopefully, that one's not true. Then the on the other side, we say according to folklore, good rain in June. That's all in tune. So that could be a good thing coming ahead and another thing isn't view. Look, if you remember what happened last Saturday, which was Saint Vida's day, it was rainy. It will rain for thirty days together. Duncan says the almanac predicts a stormy summer with about. Average temperatures possible rattlesnake citing in northern McComb county police say they're working to wrangle a four to five foot long snake at route Azazel punked park in new Baltimore. There. Elaborating with snake experts to Termine the species, and whether it's venomous the area. Currently blocked off Detroit children invited. A cast a hook and line tomorrow at the twenty third annual fishing derby, the event at Palmer park is expected to draw hundreds to the shores of lake Francis. It's been filled up with more than three thousand blue Gill just for the special day, and president of hook line and sinker. Gary Williams says there are plenty of prizes trial receive a official Detroit area kids fishing derby hat, racial, Detroit area kit mug, a bag of goodies certificate of chievements. We have free food for all of our participants Mejia station for the morning session begins at nine and the afternoon session at noon, you are asked to sign up in person at the phishing site. The event is completely free. Things really taking off this weekend for Detroit river days. One of the highlights is the to ski airman museum air show tribute to a group of African American military pilots who flew during World War Two, we will have formation demonstrations in Tuscany, museum motorbikers, and we expect to have a four ship flight of World War Two era, t six Texans. There'll be operated, one of them is owned by the museum. And we've got three other pilots coming in. So there's Warbirds there's aerobatics there's formation demos, there's something for everybody in little over an hour of flying scheduled for each day, that Steve Tupper air boss of the ski.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Speed until you can't fly anymore until there's more energy, laughed for you to fly the airplane. So how you, you know, you can set up different different variables here where you are. On their runway. When the engine fails where you aren't relation to the runway. I say I should say when when the engine failed what you're out to toot is when the engine fails what your speed is. When the engine fails. A lot of people, you know, a lot of it depends on the airplane. But a lot of people have found that to get the altitude necessary to have the potential energy to glide back to the run, y you have to be at an altitude where you have a whole plethora of other options to begin with. It's tempting it's very tempting so crap engine quit. I'm going back to run where, you know, the warm embrace of the bosom of the airport. That's where that's where I want to be right. Yeah. You can't always get there from here. And again, once you do have the altitude to make a forty five sixty degree banked turn in one hundred and eighty hundred eighty degree direction is, it's that's not as simple as it sounds a B. It's not a hundred and eighty degree turn. It's more. Like two hundred seventy degree turn. You have to reverse course, and then you have to align with the runway and the act of reversing course, takes you laterally away from the runway. Right. And you have to correct for that. Now, if you're at a at an airport that has two runways that cross, perhaps they're aligned perfectly with your, your dilemma, and that something to think about in practice. Also. Right. I'll shut up. But my punchline is don't try this at home either for practice or in, in the real event, unless you think about this a little bit. And in fact, a do practice it until you know, your own limitations. You know, the limitations of the runways, you'll use, you know, the limitations of your airplane, it may be that your airplane doesn't fly very well doesn't. Wanna turn does doesn't want to deceive. I'm sorry. Does it want to stay at out to when you when you conduct this maneuver, that's important to know when you still have an engine running and not discover that when the engine quits? Yeah. So, yeah. Our pal. Steve Tupper of the legendary airspeed podcast did this is some time. This is some years ago now. But did a series of videos? So he is among other things, a, a motor glider CFI. And he did a bunch of videos, showing them actually, executing the, this turn back and return to your take off runway in a motor, a motor glider in a motor motor glider. Well, but so, so the, the, the, the, the metrics are different but it's still a challenging return. Yeah. And he obviously did a lot of practice and training. And. Calculation and whatnot before, and did this much higher than necessary altitudes and so forth. But it's, it's really interesting to see it done successfully because requires some dramatic turns that are well executed that are. I mean you just gotta like do a whole lot of things just exactly right. In order to turn back at anything like a low altitude and job, one regardless of whether you turn back or turn thirty degrees and hit the cornfield just off the runway or, or whatever. You've got to get that nose down in, in a single when you lose power on takeoff. You might have five eight degrees nose up pitch. The only way you can maintain that is with power if you lose power get the nose down. Yeah. And I liked immediately. David. How are we doing? Well, you did. Good. This is just illustrate the FAA's change of heart on this in this event, registration page. There's a paragraph to reads, the FAA now states matter of factly in advisory circular, sixty one dash eighty three. Juliet that quote, light instructors should demonstrate and teach trainees when and how to make a save.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Here's our top stories at one Twenty-one pushing Lansing to get hits back into school before Labor Day. The house is expected to vote on a Bill that gets kids back in the classroom. Earlier this week that should be coming up Michigan tourism trying to put stop to. It's also tensions rising between the US and North Korea. The United States has seized a North Korean cargo ship over suspicious items, it was using to violate international. Sanctions it will now undergo inspections metro Detroiters celebrating mom today in w w J's Pat tally sat down with some local kids to find out. Why mom is so special these first through third graders at lone pine elementary school in Bloomfield hills, giggle and smile when they talk about their mom and everything. She does. My mom is nice to me. Kind. And she loves me bet. Zara karachi. She's nine years old Luisa Alrich is eight my mom is so wonderful because she cooks me spaghetti Putin nasca, which is my favorite meal, and she always hugs me. And she'll sing me a song to go to sleep eight year old William Zemin thinks his mom is just the best. She isn't a greatest mom ever. Because she let me watch YouTube all day on the weekend. Do you play video games? Yes. Say play my in craft dismount let you do that. Yeah. What do you get for mom yet? He Fuda has some great ideas. I'm thinking about working apprently early on Muller's day, making her coffee and then on during the day and ask my mom if we can have a barbecue. No, make burgers how that is one lucky. Mom half. I totally WW. Jane NewsRadio nine fifty the thirteenth annual. Detroit. River days music festival is back next month. It's on the move this year west front park will host the event. Steve Tupper is the air boss for the ski airman air show, which will fly over the skies during the event great airshows in Michigan. Go to Selfridge go.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Will include a simulated decontamination search and rescue evacuation lifesaving and medical services. It kicks off about nine o'clock. Monday morning, Tom Jordan, WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty annual Detroit. River days music festival back on next month on the move this time at west riverfront park. Steve Tupper air bonds for the husky airman airshow flying over the skies during that event. They're great airshows in Michigan. Go to Selfridge go to battle creek go to traverse city, but they might have few or no Michigan based performers this airshow ninety percent from southeast Michigan right here in the deep. This is air show here in Detroit. By Detroit for deterring river days, June twenty-first through the twenty third new research on stroke showing when a high tech stroke, ambulance is at the scene victims are diagnosed and treated quicker. Dr Andrew Rosman medical director of Cleveland clinic's comprehensive stroke center, who led the study be able to go home is important the ability to be able to be independent important. And when you some all this together, it's just better for patients to be treated in the field more efficiently by mobile stroke unit. Then by traditionally builds doctor, Russ meant says results find people treated on the mobile stroke unit fare, better ninety days later than those taken by regular ambulance to the ER complete results of the study presented at the American Academy. Neurology annual meeting in Philadelphia. The search is on for one hundred year old around become county. The county is health and community services department is kicking off an ongoing initiative to honor centenarians once identified every known person who has reached the hallmark age of one hundred and beyond. We'll be honored with a full length blog post and a shoutout on the one McComb Facebook page it'll happen during their birthday month may is older Americans month. Lauren Berthold WW J NewsRadio nine fifty Tigers twins this afternoon after they split a twin Bill Saturday. We'll have more sports Jeff lesson. WWE news time, eight fourteen. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month to month in a row. Leave a message at the hi, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool..

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Flown into era, venture two thousand eighteen several hundred sport at a scheme designers, paint job of those nine took home awards, nine scheme designers, painted airplanes. And at the top of lists that I saw was our old friend. Adrian, I carn with his sixty two thirty five bonanza was reserve grand champion, customized, silver Linde, so that the airplane that he flew around the world. Yes. Okay. So with nine awards, a look at that as a triple hat trick for scheme designers and congratulations stall, nine winters. Congratulations all the winters, but regulations particular to Craig for having anybody. Yeah. Talent to get onto nine win airplanes. Yeah. Anybody who's involved with a winning airplane at at Oshkosh deserves kudos because it is a fierce competition. It really a couple of different times back in the newspaper days. I followed judges around in order to write a story about the whole process and one of the things that hit you every single time, and this was true for home built and ultra lights had the same. I had this. Reaction ultralights is, is that the the level of blemish that would just get you ruled out? All right, was minor. All right. It's amazing how pristine these airplanes need to be in order to even make it into the final consideration for one of these awards. I mean it the airplanes that get judged that comes dodge caution. Get judged are beautiful, beautiful works of craftsmanship and art. It's just it's really amazing. So yeah, Craig being involved with that as he can be proud of that, for sure. Yeah, definitely. I think I corner has won an earlier award with that airplane. I'm not sure it might be someone else I'm thinking of. I know the other individual had won some awards with his tail, but I, I believe I cornered had had earned one some years ago, but I just don't recall, but right, certainly deserve anybody take look at that airplane meat. He's got so much chick stuff in that. It's amazing really is is it's it's cleaner and better and more utilitarian, the more useful more thoughtful than even the latest series interiors. It's really cool. Yeah, congratulations to that's to Adrian and to Craig for good work. I just wanted to to give shout YouTube guys, twelve years of this. I mean, really. Yeah, thanks. You're putting up with me. Oh, you're welcome. Thank you. It's out tall of it. It's been fun and apparently we're not done because we keep talking about episode, five hundred so well and and and in a big, big, big shoutout to all the people that listen to us and encourage us in come to our little tie-down party and Kamata crowds to say Hello. As a was never more stunned than when Steve Tupper his son now grown walked out of out to say too because he heard my voice. I thought he was going to ask for directions or something, and. I was ready to quit. You really were..

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Yes. See, I'm jealous. Man. I if I could have that drive to Oshkosh I'd be happy guy when I do drive out there. I, it takes me basically today's. It's today trip from here by ground. Yeah, just it's just short of eight hundred miles from. Right, right. I mean that's a long drive, but it's a day you can do it in a day. If you're if you're if you're, you know, yeah, I've got a rethink that next year. Yeah, hopefully fly on next year. But this year really the between the week. And the activity and the drive home. It really kick my butt for the next three days. I'm sure I'm not surprised I, it's just give some context here. So I had been in Nashville for the day job up until Friday morning of Oshkosh week. And on Friday morning I took a flight from from Nashville to Milwaukee where I then got a rental car and came up to Oshkosh for a couple nights my original plan about leaving. So I had to go back to Milwaukee where I was going to turn in the rental car and then take a flight back to New Hampshire and I was gonna stay overnight. My flight wasn't 'til Monday afternoon. I was originally thinking, I'm going to stay in the trailer one more night at camp Schoeller and then and then head down on on Monday morning or Monday afternoon, and but as Sunday afternoon winds on an interesting thing happens both at camp Schoeller in general and certainly can't bacon and that is it starts to turn into a ghost town. I mean, it's kind of amazing how. Everybody leaves. I mean, you know, even even the the Lord Mayor, you know, Overstreet family leave, and I thought they might stick around this time because they're living the RV lifestyle now, but they took off and I mean, it's just amazing even by mid afternoon on Sunday, it's starting to get pretty sparse there. Mary Beth and Larry head to get back to their home. Yeah, they had some personal stuff than you to deal with. So they took off survey was taken off. So as as the afternoon progressed, I'm thinking this is just going to be depressing. You know. And you know, as as our friend, Steve Tupper says in a much more dramatic fashion than than I do, but he talks about Sunday afternoon at air venture being just depressing. And so I did another pass through the the the event grounds and looked at some things that I had missed and just kinda soaked up the last bits of the experience and then mid to late afternoon, I packed up my stuff jump. In my rental car and drove down to a an overnight at a hotel near Milwaukee airport, and then got on my flight the next day and came home. So that was all relatively uneventful as well. What I wanna hear about this is all by by prelude to jab, flew home. You left. What. When Wednesday morning, Wednesday, noon, ish, something like that. Of course it was Friday afternoon before I got wheels at and and you make you flew home at at very nearly supersonic speeds. I didn't have the same headwinds going home that I had going up. I was watching you on flight aware and you were booking. I had a good hundred ninety dollars for good part of the trip. Oh, you had you had I I was watching you head ground speeds of two hundred two. A one I saw to eleven at one point on on the little the little chart thing. They're all right. I mean, that was just like you got home. You were home before dark and that included a well. Maybe not before dark, but, but early evening. Right. What did you it was, I had to turn the lights on navigates and all that. But and that includes a fuel stop in include a fuel stock. You know, that was I didn't get out of it was still like seven o'clock before I could get Georgia. And that was like Cook County airport, which is right near the Florida line. So I had about an hour and a half and put me in here about eight thirty, which is about dusk, and you know, no real tail on that leg, but it all worked out. Yeah. Yeah. You know, just another day in the airplane. It was audience your trip down and it was getting up getting up. You had to zig zagging storms agony and hadn't really literally had to overnight before I could get into Oshkosh Pieta..

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The clock on the eights remember you can always check online our new web site w w j news radio dot com you're listening to the news watch always on free you newsradio nine fifty wgn the city of detroit gearing up to welcome some three thousand journalists to the town as we hear from w w j city beat reporter vicki thomas billionaire businessman dan gilbert among those featured in the new promotional video the three thousand members of the national association of black journalists will be in town in six weeks for professional development workshops networking the largest job fair for journalists of color and some will also be looking for stories sheila neil is with the detroit convention and visitors bureau ahead of time but they're gonna come and see it firsthand they're going to seek new hotels they're gonna see energy they're gonna see attractions that will amaze them they're gonna see culture that in just one museum but many museums so the fact that journalists can come in and not only hear about it ahead of time but experienced a great experience they will take it and they will tell the story all around the country vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty big crowns excuse me big crowds in detroit this weekend with river days underway it's the festival that features a lot of music and fun along the downtown riverfront there's also also an air show in happened today and again it's going to happen tomorrow steve tupper is the air boss for the ski airmen river days air show out military aerobatics performers formation demonstrations i it's an air show by detroit in detroit for detroit we're really proud of it now the shows feature both military and civilian performers you can get a full rundown of river days information on our website ww jane newsradio dot com well you can also take.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"All carmakers writing new products in that area jeff gilbert w w j newsradio nine fifty well here's a chance to catch a free movie in a unique venue in detroit it is moving in the d at campus martius park on saturdays through august eleventh n que is a spokesperson for campus martius park films are free and we encourage folks to bring a blanket and a chair or utilize the parks chairs and of course there's popcorn and drinks for sale as well as the regular restaurants in the parker available for food off she says those movies occur friend many genres from kids movies to comedies and also action films it's been a summer tradition in detroit river days back for another year along the riverfront of the show includes an air show steve tupper is the air boss for the tuskegee airmen river days air show going on today and tomorrow he says it takes a lot of work to pull it off buildings on one side katie border on the other detroit metro class airspace above in a busy shipping lane below but working with the coast guard with the harbormaster in windsor and with the federal aviation administration in a lot of planning to make sure that we keep it safe what seems impossible is merely just a lot of work if you work with the tuskegee airman you can see a rundown of river daisy events on our website w w j news radio dot com on hot summer days you might find yourself wiping your brow but the rosencrantz with dirty girl farm says don't do it you're transferring your that might be on your hands to your skin and you're also answering any pollution that's in the air and he secondhand smoke you might be around you're just rubbing it right into your skin.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Seventy in clinton township again officially at metro seventy four degrees with light rain updates of traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the h around the clock our next update is less than ten minutes away at eleven eighteen newsradio nine the news watch never stops w w j news time eleven eleven this portion of local news sponsored by cf burglary cf burger creamery halfandhalf well it has been a summer tradition in detroit now for years river days and it's back for another year along the riverfront the show includes an air show steve tupper is the air boss for the tuskegee airmen river days airshow going on today and tomorrow he says it takes a lot of work to pull off buildings on one side canadian border on the other detroit metro class airspace above in a busy shipping lane below but working with the coast guard with the harbourmaster in windsor and with the federal aviation administration in a lot of planning to make sure that we keep it safe what seems impossible is merely just a lot of work if you work with the tuskegee airman see a rundown of river days events on our website at w w j newsradio dot com state officials in ohio say their state has seen nearly eighty hepatitis cases so far this year and that is nearly double what they saw in all of last year they also are saying the hepatitis a breakout in ohio maybe related to a multistate outbreak in neighboring states including michigan indiana kentucky and west virginia hepatitisa attacks deliver and causes symptoms including abdominal pain nausea diarrhea fever and jaundice it is transmitted by oral contact with fecal matter on hot summer days you might find yourself wiping your brow but heather rosencrantz with dirty girl farm says don't do that you're transferring your that might be on your hands to your skin and you're also answering any pollution that's in the air any secondhand smoke you might be around you're just rubbing it right into your skin rosencrantz started her career as a botanist but began making your.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Car crossovers at all carmakers are writing new products in that area jeff gilbert w j newsradio nine fifty music lovers can enjoy the performances today in ferndale without any tickets or even any stages newsradio nine fifties greg woman says the music is being played on the front porch from noon until six the front porch cofounder michael ben gatt says it's the second year for the event which was inspired by other festivals around the country it exists in about fifty communities in north america we just wanted to make it our own and we rebranded it we called it the front porch day music on ferndale portuguese which we believe more accurately describes what it is a porch fast can be anything so you know this is all about the music bendy at says the front porch has grown up to fifty acts this year on nearly thirty porches across ferndale you can find the schedule and other details at the front porch m i dot com greg bowman wwe j newsradio nine fifty it has been a summer tradition in detroit now river days back again for another year along the riverfront show includes an air show steve tupper is the air boss for the tuskegee airmen river days air show going on today and tomorrow he says it takes a lot of work to pull it off buildings on one side katie border on the other detroit metro class airspace above in a busy shipping lane below but working with the coast guard with the harbourmaster in windsor and with the federal aviation administration in a lot of planning to make sure that we keep it safe what seems impossible is merely just a lot of work if you work with the tuskegee airman you can see a run down river days events on our website at w w j newsradio dot com here's a chance to catch a.

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"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve tupper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"News now newsradio nine fifty w w i'm mike campbell good morning here's what's happening at six twenty two lake orion is hospitalized in serious condition after allegedly being beaten with a baseball bat police say the victim was attacked on friday morning after taking in an ohio man who had been abandoned in the area the suspect has been identified as fortyoneyearold mark reynier the second who goes by the name prince police say he may approach people for money and a place to say stay they don't believe he's arm but they do say consider him dangerous texas republican senators ted cruz and john cornyn toured immigrant children's detention facilities in west lecco texas the senators jointly introduced the keep families together and enforce the law act to stop the separation of immigrant children and parents at the border here's senator cronin well for me the most compelling thing i saw as we saw babies weeks old their niece facilities actually being treated very very well but ask the mother how how did she was she said she was sixteen years old i think it was an eight week old child president donald trump this week signed an executive order to stop separating children from parents you'll legally crossing the border big crowds in detroit this weekend with river days underway the festival features a lot of music and fun along the riverfront there's also an air show today and tomorrow steve tupper is the air boss for the tuskegee airmen river days air show military aerobatic performers formation demonstrations i it's an air show by detroit in detroit for.

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