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It's a little less complex now...

Earlier this week the FAA utilized a NOTICE to remove the requirement for a complex aircraft to be utilized during flight tests of initial commercial pilots and flight instructors. 1,015 more words

For Pilots


By Charles Robert Lindholm Working On The Road With The Band On A Two Week Tour It Was The Last Stop Before Heading Home A Small Town Bar In Eastern Oregon With A Fun Crowd And A Barkeep That Was T… 8 more words


Sikorsky’s CH-53K King Stallion Lifts Like a Beast

By crosscheckpres on March 11, 2018.

The U.S. Marine Corps is a step closer to taking delivery of a new heavy lift helicopter that will make them the envy of rotorcraft aviators around the world. 262 more words


Bell V-280 Valor First Flight

In the aviation world, few events are as anticipated, exciting and momentous as the first flight of a new prototype. Bell Helicopter’s V-280 Valor development team experienced that emotional rush on December 18, 2017 when the product of many years’ hard work lifted off the tarmac in Amarillo, Texas for the first time. 169 more words


Gulfstream exceeds G500 and G600 planned performance.

Increased Capabilities Reflect Company’s Discipline, Rigor And Continuous-Improvement Culture.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. today announced that its long-range Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600 offer even better performance than originally promised. 454 more words


Joe Dickhudt

Title: Electrical Engineer

Company: McPherson College

Location: McPherson, Kansas, United States

Joe Dickhudt, Professor of Electrical Engineering at McPherson College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in engineering.

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