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The aviation world is a highly technical discipline, requiring expertise and insight to fully explain and understand. Members of the general media are barely equipped with that kind of knowledge unless they are some of the few with private, commercial or military aviation backgrounds.

The staff of the Aero-News Network are aviation professionals, many of them also equipped with strong editorial backgrounds, to boot. The dozens of people who make up ANN boast experience in thousands of aircraft and dozens of aviation specialties... from aviation medicine, the law, test flying, airline flying, flight instruction, accident investigation, military aviation, sport aviation, fixed wing, rotary wing -- you name it. In many ways, this staff constitutes one of the most impressive and accessible aviation media brain trusts in the biz. In addition to our immediate staff; we are also pleased to enjoy relationships with a number of aviation experts whom possess credentials of exceptional stature... from such luminaries as renowned Airshow and Test Pilot Bob Hoover, to former AOPA President Phil Boyer, to former USUA President John Ballantyne, to attorney/pilot F Lee Bailey. I assure you we are in close contact with exciting, authoritative, bona fide experts who can help to make sure that the work you do is accurate, interesting, and notable.

The general media often stumbles in its efforts to get timely and accurate aviation information. While the aviation community often grimaces when the aviation world is inaccurately reported, we have to face the facts that not every journalist can be an expert in every subject he or she covers... and that's where we can help you.

We want the aviation world to be accurately detailed and reported, and we're willing put our best efforts into making sure that this occurs. The Aero-News Network has a plan and a system in place to assist the general media, print and electronic, in getting the most accurate and responsible editorial coverage to the general public by making our staff, associates and experts available to you.

If any member of the general media needs to consult with our panel of experts and professionals, please feel free to contact us through any of the above means. We promise to respond to your requests with as much speed as possible.


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