Lt Col Edward (Ned) Linch
Speaker at the May 16th Meeting.
· Current Aviation News – Selected news clips from AOPA
· Prescott Fire Fighting TFR – 8 miles SE of Prescott, AZ – Near DRAKE VOR – June 29th UFN
The following appeared in the May 27th
Update and is a false story. Read the true story about this at:
Snopes Member Ben Thompson informed us of this falsehood.
FA37 – Latest Mach 4 super-cruise stealth fighter/bomber/interceptor
A petition you
can sign on line – If you would like to sign a petition against pending
There are over 60,000 signatures gathered already. You do not need to be a pilot or a member of AOPA to sign this petition.
Landing (Video 12.9 mb) – F-15’s collide and
one lands without a wing.
Courtesy of Rollie Baumann.
Blind Pilots – A little humor from member Bob Earl
Shortest Runway (Video 3.2 mb) Courtesy of
Girl – The latest on the P-38 that was buried in ice for years. Courtesy of member Bob
Aircraft Accidents –As reported by the NTSB (National Transportation Safety
Board) there were five Aircraft Accidents in Arizona during the month of May,
Runway Incursion – Don’t depend on the Tower Controller to keep you
Courtesy of member Bob Earl.
Costs – Costs are curtailing many GA flights.
Perch – Problem keeping the eye’s out of the cockpit? Worthy article for pilot’s to read.
912 – DVD Details proper care and feeding of this popular SLA engine.
Meet Planes – It’s amazing what
birds can do to a plane! Meeting Geese
and Ducks can ruin your day. Courtesy of members Bob Earl and Tom Walthaner.
· Glass Cockpits – Are they as good as proponents say?
The Rising Sea Dragon In
Asia Courtesy of member Ruth Pew.
Travel Tips – July, 2007 issue – Courtesy of member Bob Green.
Different to Drive – Courtesy of Cliff Rosch
Probably from a Dutch website. Courtesy
of member Bob Green
Let me know if you have any trouble reading this clock.
using a Paraglider – (Video 1.5 mb) Courtesy of member Bob Earl
Penny Post Cards What did your town look like according to Penny
Postcards. Check out your
old stomping grounds during the times of the penny postcard. Click on the state and then on the county to see
old penny postcards from that area.....pretty
neat. Courtesy of member Richard
Photos – Mostly birds – Courtesy of Gale Nelson
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