Police Commissioner Says He Could 'Take Down A Plane'
In Sunday night's episode of the CBS news magazine 60 Minutes,
New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said the city's own
counter-terrorism force even has the ability to take down a plane,
Thai Police Say Mission Was To Get Phones Into Prison Yard
Here's more evidence that crooks are exploiting cheap R/C
helicopter technology at least as quickly as law enforcement
officials. In Thailand, officials report a toy helicopter was being
used to smuggle seven mobile phones, four satellite mobile phones,
a number of SIM cards, eight mobile phone batteries and other phone
parts to inmates in Khaobin Central Prison.
Building Market Share In The Depths Of The Recession
The company that started as Northern Airborne Technology was bought by Cobham about 15 years ago, and as part of that move, decided to consolidate much of its manufacturing back into the U.S. But a few divisions, such as AEM, stayed home in Canada.
Kansas Congressman Betting On Political Value In Opposing User
The Obama administration's pandering to those who don't
understand the role of business aviation in the economy is finally
getting the attention of the general media, and Republicans are
catching on that there may be political points to be scored in
standing behind the industry.
“We all know the risks, especially because there
is a liability release on the back of the tickets.”
Source: 22-year-old Eric Behne, whose girlfriend was
injured when Jimmy Leeward's plane went down at Reno.
This site will follow the restoration of Ship 9912, a former
Northwest Airlines DC-9-31 airplane. Restoration of the instrument
panel of Ship 9912 began in earnest in February 2009. Work on the
cockpit is being done primarily by volunteers.