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See Roy's side of things, recording his interview on the Podcast!
Roy’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCDXt8LoCm6m4z1h-Cqv9Xw
Today, we get an incredible firsthand lesson from Roy Williams on small aircraft wing construction, corrosion, corrosion treatment and corrosion prevention.
Roy answers questions on the following topics:
The aging GA fleet
Percentage of aircraft are afflicted with corrosion issues?
How does corrosion start?
Are there any particular models which are more susceptible than others?
He tells us about Service Bulletin 1244B.
What inspections can owners/renters/pilots do?
How can you detect spar/attachment corrosion?
What can be done if major corrosion is detected?
Besides wing spars, are there other areas/components which are particularly troublesome?
How do the different piper wings relate to each other? PA28 v. PA32. Hershey Bar v. Semi-tapered.
An AD about spraying linseed oil inside the wings to prevent corrosion?
What would it cost to install an inspection panel?
What’s the proper way to burn fuel in the Cherokee six?
Should we be worried?
Are these things safe to fly? Like, are we all ok?
Special thanks to Fred Inniger and Sean Lathrop at WAWK 95.5 “The Hawk”
Live Stream: http://www.bteradio.com/wawk1.html
Welcome to podcasting on a plane, now on Google Play! https://play.google.com/music/m/Ivmr6xclxuzwm4f72pwcsk24hmi?t=Podcasting_On_A_Plane
Want to build multi-engine time quickly? Learn how with Bryan Juarez! A career in Aerial Survey is not as remote as you may think.
Feedback/accidental meet up/Dr Dan story
AOPA complex requirement article: https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2018/april/25/faa-drops-complex-aircraft-requirement-for-some-flight-tests
Piper wing Inspection Video: https://youtu.be/-D5vCoWKgII
Music by: Reaktor Productions
Today’s Theme Music:
Title: Jazzaddict's Intro
Artist: Cosimo Fogg (201)
Genre: Hip Hop & Rap
Richard L. “Dick” Collins, a prolific aviation journalist whose career spanned 60 years, nearly half of it on the masthead of Flying magazine including more than a decade in the 1970s through the late 1980s as editor-in-chief, died on Sunday at his home in suburban Maryland. He was 84.
See Dick in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3tpS661D2g
Special thanks to Bret Koebbe and Sporty's Pilot Shop. Richard Collins and Air Facts audio used with proper permission.
Music by: Reaktor Productions, Damma Beatz
Fair, Reasonable, Transparent. That’s all we want right? The FBO business is near and dear to all of us.
In this Episode, FBO Manager Randy Pitti tells us about how his company has taken a stance against Fees.
At the center of the unreasonable fees issue, returning guest Anthony Tamburrini gives us an insider update on how ACI has fared since taking over from Signature about a year ago.
Music by: Reaktor Productions
1 year Anniversary!
VLOG - https://youtu.be/ZWfqjyz9xuI
What's the best landing YOU ever made? Share it in a new segment!
Catch up with what's been happening over the last few weeks.
Theme Music by: Reaktor Productions
Genre: Dance & Electronic
One Six Right, Living In The Age of Airplanes. These are some of the quintessential aviation films. But why? What do these films do that others simply can’t? Filmmaker Brian Terwilliger shares all in this very personal interview on what fuels his passion for flying, and for Film. Re-ignite your passion for these films as Brian reveals insight on what it takes to tell these stories.
Enjoy a deep dive into the documentary filmmaking process with Darroch Greer and Ron King as they discuss their film The Millionaires' Unit.
The Film tells the unsung story of a group of Yale college students who took the initiative to learn to fly in preparation for America’s entry into World War I and became the founding squadron of the U.S. Naval Air Reserve.
The award winning film’s VOD release date of February 15, 2018 was chosen to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of First Yale Unit member Albert D. Sturtevant, the first U.S. Naval Aviator killed in combat, when his plane went down in the North Sea on February 15, 1918.
Narrated by Academy Award® nominated actor Bruce Dern, grandnephew of one of the aviators, the feature length documentary charts the romantic, little known story of the origins of American airpower and features very rare archival footage and thrilling dogfighting sequences filmed air to air with replica WW1 planes, some with original engines.
Inspired by Marc Wortman’s book The Millionaires’ Unit the film has been developed and produced by descendants of the First Yale Unit, including filmmaker Ron King, producers Harry Davison and Mike Davison, and narrator Bruce Dern who are all grandnephews and grandsons of FYU members.
I was honored to be a guest on Chris Curran's Podcast Engineering Show! Check out Session 84 to hear me talk about how I make the Podcasting On A Plane Podcast!
The relationship between instructor and student is paramount. As is the relationship between you motivation and your ultimace success. Businessman and friend Marc Dean joins us to talk about his experience getting his Private Pilot License. Things weren’t right where he started and Marc’s gut feeling was that he wasn’t in the right place. Are you in the right place? Listen as we talk about common issues like: Student/Instructor relationship, Flight School vs. Flying Club, Concentrating on the process and craft vs. “beating the numbers.”
Sometimes a little mentorship goes a long way. Marc needed some and I’m glad we met.
Congrats to Brian Juarez for winning the iPad Airway Manual Case! Look forward to more Patron and non-Patron giveaways in the future!
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Music by: Reaktor Productions
Will you win in the first giveaway of 2018?
Listen for eligibility requirements!
If you’re listening to this podcast, I’m guessing you’ve heard of Shaesta Waiz. But on the off chance you haven’t, she's the youngest woman to fly around the world. Solo. Only 6 WOMEN (of any age) have ever done it before her, in the history of aviation. But she didn’t do it for glory, she did it to help children all over the world become interested in STEM concepts, and in aviation as a career.
She is the first Afghan woman to earn a civilian pilot’s license.
She’s the first in her family to attend college.
She’s the founder and President of Dreams Soar Inc. A nonprofit she founded still in her 20s to help women all over the world land careers in STEM related fields. Her organization provides inspiration, outreach, and scholarships for young women with dreams of careers in fields involving Science Technology Engineering, and Math.
From her birth in an Afghan refugee camp, she was groomed for a traditional life as a mother and founder of a large family, more than the founder of a non-profit with global reach. But she decided to break the mold and travel the world encouraging young women to do the same.
Although she does still love to cook...
Jill Meyers, our "outreachiest" guest yet tells us about her roles in Dreams Soar, the organization founded by Shaesta Waiz. Hear Jill tells us about her role in her around the world solo flight, and her career as an engineer working on:Air Force One, the Eclipse 500 Very Light Jet,the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter,the U.S. Air Force Global Hawk UAS,U.S, NATO, and U.K. Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft,and 3D Robotics consumer drones.
Dreams Soar: http://dreamssoar.org/
Jill's Dreams Soar Fundraising page: https://dreamssoar.networkforgood.com/projects/32552-jill-meyers-s-fundraiser
Music by Reaktor Productions.
On September 23, 2017, Women in Aviation International chapters around the world will bring all of the passion, exploration, learning, and excitement of aviation and aerospace right to you. Across the Women in Aviation International network, plans are in the works for an extraordinary day of fun and inspiration!
Iknow it's been forever since the last episode so I'm happy to finally be back with another one for you. It's a little on the shorter side, but don't worry, I'll make it up to you!