War is business, and business is booming. It’s simply a statement of fact, not an assertion as to whether it is right or wrong. Global military sales average $1.7 trillion (yes, trillion with a “t”) every year. With that much money up for grabs, you can bet there are a lot of savvy business people […]
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You’ve just loaded your little family into your Piper Saratoga for a weekend vacation to the beach. An air of excitement has permeated your morning as you finish your walk around and ensure each family member is safely strapped in. You’ve gone to great lengths to ensure this trip will be a safe one. The […]
About two months ago I cracked open my dusty civilian logbook for the first time in a long time. I was shocked to see the last date on which I had logged general aviation flight time was in July of 2004! Had it really been that long? My mind immediately went back to that summer. […]
Episode 15: Guest – J., a Charter Pilot from Texas In this episode we catch up with J. (name withheld) who is a 3,000+ hour pilot rated in the King Air, Hawker, and Westwind currently flying for a Charter company in Texas. J. tells about he got into flying and how he ultimately landed a […]
Circumstance does not make the man; it reveals him to himself… – James Allen, As A Man Thinketh Have you ever wondered why it is that some people rise to great heights in life while others fall prey to a series of false starts, missed opportunities, or bad luck? Do the circumstances surrounding the individual […]
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