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Learn to Fly

In my previous and debut post I explained the application and interview process for becoming a flight attendant. In this post I will take you through the lengthy training process as well, so please ensure your seat backs and tray tables are in their full upright position and prepare for the wild ride of drills, exams, and stress. 865 more words


Checkride Prep

January 11, 2015

Total Hours: 147.8

Well this is it, the last week before my checkrides. They are on the schedule for next Wednesday and Thursday, back to back commercial and CFI. 766 more words


The new Northrop Grumman commercial is boss

The new Northrop Grumman commercial is showing the evolution from the XB-35 to the X-47. But what is your take on the last one?


January 31, 2015 ... scratching around

My muse was as dry as the weather.

Lunch in Wellington with a friend gave me the chance to wander the waterfront. I don’t know how I have been unaware of it thus far, but it seems that every week there is a “pop-up” village on the waterfront. 182 more words


Check out a steamy taste of my new book "High Altitude"

“Rivaling a goddess in her element, she came to him with a sensual grace, moving fluidly through the shadowy room, her scent like mist stirring the air. 68 more words


Marconi, Wireless and Swingate Aerodrome

The 19th century saw a rapid growth in the communication industry and the first electric telegraph for public use was introduced in England in 1838. In America in the same year, Samuel Finley Breese Morse (1791-1872), demonstrated his Morse code where various combinations of short and long signals – dots and dashes – represent different letters of the alphabet and numbers. 6,732 more words

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