Bryan Stewart sent in this photo of a Cessna 180 and a Cessna 185 in formation over the Great Salt Lake. He relates: “We were following in a Cessna 210 as the photo plane. This was done as a favor for a friend who wanted to get both these airplanes in formation for quite some time.” [Read more…]
When you get right down to it, politics are not really about Republicans and Democrats, Greens and Libertarians, Socialists and Capitalists. It’s about people. Individual people and how they interact with other individual people, and how those people plan, debate, and ultimately work together as their numbers grow into an ever larger group.
The study of politics can be as simple and basic as a discussion about how people interact in groups. There are politics at play between husbands and wives. Politics are in the mix when employers deal with employees, and vice versa. [Read more…]
A new “Real Pilot Story” video produced by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s (AOPA) Air Safety Institute chronicles the lessons learned from the harrowing experience of a California pilot, his wife and daughter during a seemingly routine flight that ended with a mountainside crash and rescue. [Read more…]
The pilot of the Cessna 172RG planned to fly from Abbeville, Louisiana, but when he went to start the airplane he found the engine battery was dead. He decided to hand-prop the airplane to start the engine. [Read more…]