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January 29, 2007

Tuskegee Graduates First Female Pilot In Six Decades

Seeking Diversity In The Aviation Industry

Through a joint program established in 2002 between Tuskegee University and Kansas State University, Salina, Chrystal Cole-Bridges became Tuskegee's first woman pilot in about six decades, as well as one of a small number of black female aviators in the US.

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Klyde Morris (01.29.07)

Klyde Provides A Graphic Analysis Of A380 Wiring Woes...

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.29.07)


It’s never too early to start with the morbid and creepifying. OK, maybe just mildly so. Want to find out what celebrities have been involved in fatal AND non-fatal aircraft accidents? Inquiring minds must want to know because there’s a web site for it.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.29.07): Decision Altitude


The height above sea level, when, on a precision approach, if the required visual references for the airport are not in sight a missed approach will be executed.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.29.07)

"In the initial weeks after our runway washed out to sea, the future of the airport remained a huge question mark. But a lot of wonderful people came together and worked extremely hard to get our airport fully operational again."

Source: Santa Paula Airport Association President Rowena Mason. A flood washed out the runway at the small California airport in February 2005.

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