Multi Engine Check Ride Passed!

Took a short vacation and headed to Cadillac Michigan to do my Commercial Multi Engine Add-On. This part of the country is gorgeous but not sure I could handle the 12′ of snow that they typically get. Had a great time and another rating knocked out. Getting closer and closer to obtaining my goals.

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MPC-006 Dave Pascoe Founder of LiveATC.net

Podcast Epsiode #6

  • EAA Challenges the FAA on User Fees
  • Pilot Shortage –  Alive and Real?  You be the judge.
  • Disney Planes – Fire & Rescue
  • Special Guest – Dave Pascoe from LiveATC.net
  • New Co-Host of MPC Aaron Dabney from Master The Tailwheel

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Have you ever been nervous talking to air traffic control?  Not quite sure what to say or how to say it?  On this episode of My Pilot Chronicles, Mr. Dave Pascoe joins us to discuss his website… LiveATC.net.    LiveATC has become the goto source for live and recorded air traffic control chatter.   Whether you a new student pilot trying to learn the endless jargon, or a seasoned pro that just enjoys listening to the skies above, LiveATC has you covered.   Listen in as Dave describes how he developed the site from a students perspective all the way to the massive world wide network of audio feeds that it is today.   Dave Pascoe has created a service that was needed within the aviation industry.   LiveATC.net allows you to listen to ATC transmissions all over the world.   You can also visit the archived section of the site and listen to anything from Comedic interactions between Pilots and Controllers, Emergency situations that you can learn from,  Tragedies and Heroic Acts are also all available via the archives.    After the podcast, head on over to LiveATC.net and start listening.  You will be immersed in a world of aviation chatter at your fingertips.

Check out LiveATC on the web…..
www.liveatc.net

 

New Co-Host: Aaron Dabney (Master CFII)
I would like to welcome my new co-host to the My Pilot Chronicles Podcast, Mr. Aaron Dabney from the Waco, Texas area.  Aaron will be joining me on a regular basis as part of the new show format.  Aaron is a Master CFII and owns a flight school called “Master the Tailwheel”   Aaron specializes in tailwheel ratings in the legendary J3 Cub.  I hear its some of the best flying you can ever do.   If you are looking for a tailwheel rating or any other rating be it, Private Pilot through Commercial, then give Aaron a call and go Master the Tailwheel.

www.masterthetailwheel.com
www.facebook.com/DabneyMCFI

 

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2013 Skydiving Season – Flying Jumpers

It was a crazy and busy year in 2013.  I have been lucky enough to be flying some great friends and fellow skydivers.   My buddy Ryan put together a short video of some of the best moments of the year.   2014 is going to be a blast!!   Hope ya’ll enjoy.

 

SKYDIVING AT TEXAS FREEFALL

 


 

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MPC-005 Bush Flying in the Alaska Mountains with Brad Benson

In this Episode:
Southwest Airlines Lands at the wrong Airport.
Textron Purchases Beechcraft for $1.4 Billion
FAA Apologizes for the delay in the Drivers License Medical Program
Bush Pilot “Brad Benson” Describes flying in the Alaskan Mountains.

Bush Flying……What is it?    In this episode I sit down with Alaskan Bush Pilot Brad Benson who flys and runs a small charter/aerial sight seeing business based out of Healy Alaska.   Brad describes what it is like to fly in and around the mountains of Denali National Park, home of Mount McKinley.  McKinley is the highest peak in North America rising up to over 20,000′ in the air.   Bush flying is often thought of as some of the most dangerous types of flying that there is.  There are all kinds of hazards involved including, terrain, weather, emergencies and the skill that it takes to handle all of these conditions in a moments notice all at the same time.   Bush pilots typically operate out of small, unimproved runways that most of us would never dare put our prized Piper or Cessna down on.  These guys do it everyday as a way of life.   Up in Alaska, Airplanes out number all other means of transportation.  It is a way of life that would not be sustainable without the Bush Pilot and his Machines.   Flying in the bush……Yup, its just another day at the office for Mr. Brad Benson.

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Show Notes & Links:

Check out Stampede Aviation….
www.stampedeaviation.com
Alaska Weather Webcams that Brad Talked about.    Very Interesting!
http://akweathercams.faa.gov/sitelist.php

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