Friday, September 28, 2007
Pre-filed International Passenger Manifests for GA?
4:34 pm edt
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Mini-Me Joins the Wild Mama fleet
On September 25th Mini-Me, a 1978 Citabria 7GCAA, joins the Wild Mama fleet. Follow the happenings of Mini-Me
on the Adventures of Mini-Me page where you will see her homecoming and read about Terry's tailwheel and aerobatic
training in the future.
8:22 pm edt
Monday, September 17, 2007
2008 Air Race Classic Route Released
The 2008 Air Race Classic route has been released and will be 2010 n.m. See out 2008 ARC page for more details.
5:48 pm edt
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Wild Mama returns to X14
Completing the week-long trip with a beautiful night flight into Florida, Wild Mama arrives safely
back at X14.
6:49 pm edt
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Aviation News & Tidbits
7:46 pm edt
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Wild Mama catches early Fall in TN
Wild Mama made her run up to TN for a few days enroute to Maryland. I was surprised to see that Fall
was on the way early this year as TN has had no rain for months . . . until today! Look for the trip report in Travel Log.
12:10 am edt
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
How do YOU react to Altitude?
Terry and Theresa will find out in October as they attend the physiology training in Oklahoma City. CAMI offers
physiological training for civil aviation pilots, FAA flight crews, and FAA aviation medical examiners at their facilities
in Oklahoma City, Okla. In addition to the basic academic contents, this course offers practical demonstrations of rapid decompression
(8,000 to 18,000 feet AGL) and hypoxia (25,000 feet AGL) using a hypobaric (altitude) chamber, and a safe, practical demonstration
of "pilot's vertigo" using a Spatial Disorientation Demonstrator.
4:07 pm edt
We will be "dis-orienting"
October 23rd-24th, so look for some rather dis-jointed reports from then! For more information on the physiology training,
check out the FAA web site at http://www.faa.gov/pilots/training/airman_education/aerospace_physiology/