Teachers from across the country came to AOPA’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) conference, hosted and sponsored by UPS in Louisville, Kentucky. The event featured two keynotes, two panel discussions, and 15 breakout sessions.
It’s been quite a year for Swayne Martin… here are the highlights. If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a pilot, contact me at http://swaynemartin.com. My video’s on YouTube and also curated through www.wingsoverkansas shows you […]
Here is a group of TerkRecoms favorite Personal Aircraft, Human Flying Machines, Flying Cars and Autonomous Aerial Vehicles (AAV). Some of these are already in the market but some are still prototypes.
Cockpit scenes filmed with approval, in partnership with Envoy Air Inc., under Part 91… Regardless of which airline you dream to fly for, Initial Operating Experience (IOE) is the last, and most exciting, step of […]
(Filmed In Coordination With Airline Management And The FAA – Not To Be Used For Flight Training Guidance)… Flying Cessna 208 Caravans is the perfect match for operations at Mokulele Airlines. We may not fly […]
Scientists are using clues from ancient artifacts to help them predict the future of the magnetic field. Check out what geoscientists have learned.
AOPA’s Editor at Large, Tom Horne, Flies the Beechcraft Special Missions King Air 350ER from Wichita to AOPA’s homebase at Frederick, MD.
U.S. Intelligence Officials recently warned a Senate Committee of the kind of threat China poses to the country’s national security. This from a Trending Report from CBC News, a Canadian public broadcast service. We are […]
Raytheon debuts high-energy laser weapon system solutions during AUSA. You can read more at the following. https://www.raytheon.com/capabilities…
Published by the EAA staff who had attended the opening of the B-17F Memphis Belle exhibit, which honored the first heavy bomber aircraft and crew to complete 25 missions over Europe during WWII and return […]