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Rock & Roll Legend

The Beechcraft Bonanza, probably the most famous aircraft in the world of Rock and Roll.  On this day in 1959 three rock and roll stars boarded one of these planes for their last flight.  71 more words


Canada's Next Top Guns: An Interview with an RCAF Trainee Pilot

The Royal Canadian Air Force is currently in that state of flux many modern militaries find themselves encountering when older equipment nears the end of their feasible service lives and get phased out in favor of newer, more advanced gear. 1,742 more words

The Ready Room

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December 2nd, 1948
First flight of the Beechcraft T-34 Mentor.

The Beechcraft T-34 Mentor is a propeller-driven, single-engined, military trainer aircraft derived from the Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza. 197 more words

Aircraft Buyer’s Coaching: You Don't Have to Buy Your Airplane Alone

It’s not like buying a car.

For pilots searching to buy their dream airplane, there is a lot of danger lurking at every turn. In today’s nationwide seller’s market, which is almost 100% across state lines and on the Internet, you need someone on your side who can safely get you through the aircraft buying process. 789 more words

Aircraft Coaching

Beechcraft B-200 King Air lands without nose gear

A Beechcraft B-200 King Air made an emergency landing at Wiley Post Airpot in the State of Oklahoma after experiencing a nose landing gear extension failure. 59 more words


GAMI #2 Baffle Cooling Kit

I fly behind an IO-550 Continental engine. Last year I had the GAMI #6 cooling baffle kit installed. This is an aftermarket kit that keeps the front left cylinder cool on climb out, especially on warm days. 84 more words

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