It’s not easy becoming a Naval Aviator. It takes hard work, great grades as well as physical and mental endurance. P8 and P3 Pilot Jeffrey Graham joins us.
Helicopter Pilot, Army Officer, War Veteran, and now Regional Airline Pilot, Sarah Fritts from ThinkAviation joins us on AviatorCast.
A lifelong pilot himself, our guest Paul Dye spent most of his career at NASA as their longest standing Flight Director at 35 years.
Have you dreamed of being an airline pilot? Brad Tate is doing just that, and he loves it. It’s not all sunshine and rainbows. Have a listen to his story.
To fly in the Wild- that is what BackcountryPilot.org is all about. The founder, Zane, comes on AviatorCast to talk flying in the bush as a weekend warrior.
We were all student pilots at one time or another. Quality aviation education is essential. Today’s guest, John Dorcey from SAFE, shares why… and more.
Jim Hoddenbach, and aviation cinematographer, pilot, mechanic (what doesn’t this guy do!) joins us to talk all things aviation. What a cool dude!
What do you get when you mold a naval aviator, author, airline pilot, and producer into one? You get Leland Shanle- an aviator of awesome proportion.
The Wright Brothers- you know the name. I recently read the new book by David McCullough. In this podcast, 7 Lasting Wright Brothers Lessons.
Lots to share from my journey to WATS and Sun ‘n Fun. A new perspective on the industry, and new passion moving forward.