Seasonal Safety: SANTA! — Aviation Ideas and Discussion!


In keeping with the holiday spirit, I thought I’d use this specially created instrument approach procedure (IAP) chart that Jeppesen put out a couple years ago for the North Pole for this blog article. Although the chart is clearly a figment of someone’s imagination, it still can be used as a teaching aid in explaining…

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Airplane Cookies have Arrived & Departed! — Fly ‘n Cook


It has been a while since I posted here. Not that I haven’t been cooking new recipes, but just no time to take pictures and post. I hope to start doing this more often as I ramp up my effort to clean eating and fitness in the new year! As has been the tradition the […]

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An Out-Of-This-World Adventure Begins — Transportation History


December 21, 1968 Apollo 8, the second human spaceflight mission of the Apollo program of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), was launched from the John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 7:51 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. The members of this mission’s crew were U.S. Air Force (USAF) Colonel Frank Borman, U.S. Navy […]

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The Day History Took Flight — Transportation History


December 17, 1903 It was the dawn of a new era. Orville and Wilbur Wright made transportation history near the North Carolina town of Kill Devil Hills (about four miles, or6.4 kilometers, south of the better-known town of Kitty Hawk) by bringing about the world’s first controlled, powered, and sustained heavier-than-air human flight. The brothers each […]

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