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November 28, 2005

ANN Special Feature 11.29.05: DWC's Dr. Robert Myers

ANN Special Feature 11.29.05: DWC's Dr. Robert Myers

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Airlift Northwest To Stand Down Tuesday, Review Safety Procedures

Medevac Service Has Suffered Two Accidents In Past Two Months... One Fatal

After two of its helicopters have gone down in accidents less than a month apart, Airlift Northwest told ANN last week the company will conduct a one day voluntary "stand down" on Tuesday, November 29, in order to review its safety procedures as part a larger comprehensive internal and external review to ensure the organization operates with the best practices in the aviation industry.

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Starship Sees Second Life As Teaching Tool

Students Use Airframe To Learn About Composites

While it's lamentable nearly all the 53 sleek Beechcraft Starships built will never see the skies again, it's nice to hear one airplane has been saved from the scrap pile and given a new lease on life: as a training tool for students at Utah's Salt Lake Community College.

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Plane Carrying President's Chief Of Staff Makes Emergency Landing

It isn't easy to be Andrew Card. As if President Bush's Chief of Staff doesn't have enough to worry about -- with falling numbers in the polls, an ongoing federal investigation and the day-to-day running of the White House -- Card got quite a scare over the weekend as he was traveling from the Bush ranch in Crawford, TX back to Washington.

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AB139 Delivered To Abu Dhabi Aviation

A new generation medium twin AB139 helicopter recently made its first appearance at the Dubai Airshow. The aircraft on display was delivered last week to Abu Dhabi Aviation and is the first offshore/VIP configured AB139 to be delivered in the Middle East region.

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Advanced Life Support Stretcher Receives FAA/STC-PMA Approval

Aero Medical Products Mfg., Inc.(formally known as Egan Aviation) received its 327th FAA/STC-PMA approval for their Advanced Life Support Stretcher System. The newest approval is for the Lear 35 and 55.

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