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Apache

Apache

| May 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

Apache is a wonderful book. Ed Macy puts you in the cockpit of the worlds premier combat helicopter. This book will bring you on the ride of a lifetime from the comfort of your own home. The British went into Helmand, Afghanistan the toughest and most dangerous province in Afghanistan. The Apaches are the troops top choice when it comes to […]

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Google Earth Flight Sim

Google Earth Flight Sim

| April 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

This is a demonstration of Google Earth’s flight sim feature and the free Fraps download used for screen capturing. I will be flying by many different places around the wirkd. In this first video I will be flying in the Aspen Colorado Area. Google Earth is a free program showing digital images of the earth. the […]

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Boeing 737

Boeing 737

| March 11, 2011 | 2 Comments

The Boeing 737 is one of the most iconic aircraft in aviation history almost as iconic as the original Wright flier. On average there are over 1,000 737’s in the air at one time. and one taking off or landing every 30 seconds. This proves how popular the Boeing 737 really is. First entered into service in […]

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Fed Ex Flight 80

Fed Ex Flight 80

| February 9, 2011 | 2 Comments

I am here to report a fatal and very sad accident to you all. The accident was Fed Ex Flight 80. This report will state activities before the accident and things that occurred during and after the accident. So please read on. They were flying an MD-11 on there trip. Their aircraft was built in […]

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Federal Express “Fed EX”

Federal Express “Fed EX”

| January 4, 2011 | 1 Comment

FedEx Express was founded in 1971 as federal express and commenced operations on April 17th 1973. Federal Express was founded by Fred Smith in Little Rock Arkansas, due to financial failure Smith moved the company to Memphis Tennessee at the Memphis intl airport. The company started with fourteen Dassault Falcon 20’s on overnight operations to 20 cities. Services included […]

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Super Guppie

Super Guppie

| December 16, 2010 | 3 Comments

This is the Supper Guppie  a large aircraft used to transport over sized cargo. This one is full of T38 Talons headed to Holloman via David Mothon AFB. Enjoy! Next is Fed Ex

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What Aviation Really Is

What Aviation Really Is

| December 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

Aviation is many things to many people. Unfortunately many airline pilots fall into the trap where their aviation world becomes a job that’s it just a job, it is sad to see that happen but it does all the time. On the other side corporate and general aviation pilots most often don’t because of the many surprises that there aviation world […]

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Air Safety

Air Safety

| November 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

Quinn’s take on the topic of Air Safety.

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Qantas Emergency

Qantas Emergency

| November 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

On Thursday November 4th a Qantas airlines Airbus A-380 had the cowling on an engine blow off and the engine had to be shut down. The captain informed everyone that there was an engine failure and kept them informed them of the status throughout the flight back to Singapore. The a-380 was able to make an emergency landing. Qantas has grounded its whole a-380 fleet until it finds a solution to the […]

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British Airways

British Airways

| October 22, 2010 | 0 Comments

An in-depth look at the large red-white-and-blue Air Carrier from across the pond, British Airways.

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