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Former Marine Turned Aircraft Mechanic and College Student: Meet Brandi Rector

Before becoming a aircraft mechanic for Trans States Airlines, Brandi Rector spent six years in the United States Marine Corps as a helicopter aerial gunner and mechanic.  676 more words

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Only one L-139 ... and the ship is mine

The L-139 is the only jet of its kind in the world. Aero Vodochody, an aircraft manufacturer in the Czech Republic, produced the L-39, which was the most popular fighter jet trainer in the world. 356 more words

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The Lady Flyer

People disappear all the time. The world is like a giant washing machine and we are the socks of the world.  People have gone away all of history.  439 more words

NOTAM: Stanger Steps Down as President of Whirly-Girls International

Jean Ross Howard Phelan, Whirly-Girl #13, founded Whirly-Girls in 1955 so that female helicopter pilots could share information and camaraderie. She was one of 13 charter members representing women helicopter pilots from France, Germany and the United States. 324 more words

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First in Flight ... Podcast with iWOAW


Greetings from the airwaves. Listen along as Mireille Goyer- president of iWOAW, and  Howie Marlin, Co-Host and Producer of iWOAW Radio, interview me. Honored to be the first on air with iWOAW Radio-Changing The Face Of Aviation, Podcast Numero Uno. 19 more words

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Historic Outcome for Historic Race

Congratulations  to student pilots Emmy Dillon and Abbie Pasmore from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University’s Daytona Beach Campus. The two were named winners not only in the collegiate division of this year’s… 113 more words

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Video: Follow the Racers @arc2016

Teams are on the move! From Prescott, Arizona to Daytona Beach, Florida, you can follow and listen to your favorite racers from June 21-24. Follow them at… 22 more words

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