Wings Over Gillespie 2001 Airshow, by Frank Lorey, III
Plenty of flying going on at this 'static' airshow. If you missed this El Cajon airshow, you can still catch it here, thanks to Frank.
Miramar Airshow, (2000) by Frank Lorey, III
Over a million people watched the "Worlds Largest Military Airshow" in October. Now you can revisit the "Largest Airshow in the United States" held at MCAS Miramar in San Diego, CA courtesy of Frank Lorey. He took some stunning Warbird and action photographs.
Instrument Rating Basics ,
A brief presentation of what you may expect when you start training for your IFR ~ second in a series.
Training for the Private Certificate
, by Michael Church
A brief presentation of what you may expect when you start training for a Private Certificate ~ first in a series.
Planning Software, by Anonymous
An old collection of DOS and Windows 2.0 and 3.1 Flight Planning Software was discovered at a NASA site. More than 80 files are made available here for our Hobbyist subscribers.
Rescue Awareness for the General Aviation Pilot
Tips from the Civil Air Patrol to Help a Rescue, by Major Randy Gibson
Be prepared and aware in case of an emergency. Great tips from Major Randy Gibson.
Air Fair, (1997) by Norm Vargas
Overcast skies dampened aircraft and spectator turnout alike for the air show at El Monte Airport. But you don't have to miss it. If you were not one the estimated 8,000 spectators, you can still see a few of the Warbird attractions.
Air Faire, (1997) by Norm Vargas
If you didn't get a chance to visit the Hawthorne Air Faire or would like to revisit the event held on August 23rd - 24th, 1997, let Photo/Journalist, Norm Vargas, take you on a tour of this wonderful air show. Unfortunately this air show will not take place in 1998.
Time, by Tess Howard
Do you remember your first time as a passenger in a single engine plane? Relive the fear and love with Tess.
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