It's one thing to make a dramatic exit from one's job, but as
more people come forward, evidence is emerging that Steven Slater's
now-famous slide to unemployment might have been as much his own
fault as that of any passenger on the plane.
Training Designed Specifically For Light Jet Owner-Pilots
Sean D. Tucker's Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety, an aerobatic
and upset recovery training school, has partnered with the
light jet acquisition and sales firm jetAVIVA to launch a
new Light Jet Upset Recovery Training course.
ANAC and EASA Approval Follows April FAA Certification
Rolls-Royce has received type certification from the
Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC) and
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the latest member of the
AE 3007 engine series, the AE 3007A2.
Army Officers Lost When Their Cobra Gunship Was Shot Down In
The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office announced
this week that the remains of two U.S. servicemen, missing in
action from the Vietnam War, have been identified and will be
returned to their families for burial with full military
UH-72A Takes 1st Flight With Security And Support Battalion
Mission Equipment Package
The first flight of the UH-72A Lakota Light Utility Helicopter
(LUH) equipped with the Security and Support Battalion (S&S
Battalion) Mission Equipment Package (MEP) occurred in June at the
American Eurocopter facility in Columbus, MS.
National Flight Data
A facility in
Washington D.C., established by FAA to operate a central
aeronautical information service for the collection, validation,
and dissemination of aeronautical data in support of the activities
of government, industry, and the aviation community. The
information is published in the National Flight Data
Aero-Linx: Vietnam Helicopter
The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) is a non-profit
war veterans organization filed under Section 501(c)(19) of the
Internal Revenue Service. It is dedicated to enhance and accredit
the cohesiveness, esprit de corps, and traditions of valor of
rotary wing aircrews that flew in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam
And... to seek out, using whatever means available, individuals
who piloted rotary wing aircraft in Southeast Asia during the
Vietnam era and inform them of the existence of the VHPA and
encourage all eligible individuals to become members.
"Flying aerobatics is the greatest thrill I've ever
experienced. Being able to share my experiences to help other
pilots survive emergency situations is even more
Source: That's Sean D. Tucker.
of the Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety, an aerobatic
and upset recovery training school, chatting up
their partnership with the light jet acquisition and
sales firm jetAVIVA...