Monthly Archives: December 2011

Flying to Mexico

Flying your airplane to Mexico is not difficult it just requires a little attention to details and there are some good tools and people to help you do that. Flying in Mexico is enjoyable and the people are friendly and … Continue reading

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River Rats Invade Tucson

Tucson, AZ – The Red River Valley Fighter Pilots’ Association held their annual reunion in Tucson this year. Combat veterans, young and old, gathered to learn about current military operations, visit the Raytheon missile plant, hang out with the pilots … Continue reading

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Why I like the Wings Pilot Proficiency Program

I’ve been giving seminars on the new WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program and have been asked to objectively evaluate my enthusiasm for it. Why is it better than the old Wings program? First, and foremost, the new WINGS program puts each … Continue reading

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