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Aviation focused talk show introducing the world of Aviation to people of all walks of life. Our goal is to bring the world of aviation careers and opportunities to those listners unaware of the opportunites in Aviation. Our show offers Interviews and information on historic aviation people and aircraft, from Tuskeegee Airman, P-38 Pilots, B-17 Bombardiers, to SR-71 Blackbird, F-22 Raptor, F-35 Joint Stike Fighter pilots and crew, as well as Nasa pilots and Astronauts. Guests will also include those from Aviation Academic Institutions, Aviation Businesses, Airport Management, Aviation Career Recruiters and more. Our program will also broadcast live from airshows in the future bringing up to date information on the latest innovations in aircraft technology.
Look for Topics on:
1. Aviation Academic Programs, from University Programs to Trade Schools.
2. Aviation History.
3. Aviation News.
4. Aviation Careers and how to qualify.
5. Aviation Youth Organizations and how to become a member.
Listen to a new type of News and Information Program, we welcome you to the world of Aviation, please join us.
On my show we discuss aviation in all areas, from props to jets, gliders to balloons.
We'll get as technical as you want, and as simple as you need.
From TSA security procedures at checkpoints, to flying the most difficult steep ILS approach, we're with you.
No question is out of bounds, and there's no such thing as a stupid question. I've been a pilot for 26 years and I'm always learning.
I'd like to learn from you. Tell me your thoughts, your complaints, your dreams. Maybe I can help.
Today on the broadcast Tom from CT joins Mike Sledge to discuss the true history of aviation and how German technology was hijacked to bury the true origins of flight. We will discuss the Wright brothers deception and the true story of Chuck Yeager and the sound barrier. Also Dave Mansfield will join the conversation in the last hour to discuss a wide variety of topics. Plus maybe your phone calls, great music as always and as usual the bar is open!!!
Testing and rehearsal
En este programa de radio, seguiremos contestando las preguntas que mis seguidores mas comunmente me hacen acerca de la aviacion. Atenderemos con llamadas en vivo y con preguntas por medio de youtube, facebook y gmail. Recuerden sera el Miercoles 5 de Febrero a las 8:00 pm tiempo de Texas. Por favor hagan planes para estar en contacto.
Erasmo "Eddie" Malacara
Join bizav social media users Doug Oliver from Cessna Aircraft, Ryan Keough of Cutter Aviation and Jason Wolf from NBAA in a discussion with Aviation Week's resident social media goddess Benet Wilson on how they use the latest tools for their organizations. We'll also offer social media tips and tricks and take you questions.
Tyson V. Rininger began exploring aviation photography in 1989 at the NAS Point Mugu Airshow. Lacking the knowledge of marketing and creativity, he chose the business name, TVR Photography. As an unestablished fifteen year-old photographer, Tyson worked at local camera stores for the next 13 years while building a portfolio and networking with publications and image houses along with assisting more established photographers for a better understanding of the field.
In 2001 Tyson became a full-time photographer working with George Hall & Check-6, as well as Zenith Press’ Air Superiority line of calendars and eventually two books, “Red Flag: Air Combat for the 21st Century” and “F-15 Eagle at War”. He went on to work for numerous publications including Air & Space Smithsonian, Aviation Week & Space Technology, Combat Aircraft, PrivateAir, PilotMag and many others.
In 2009, his career became focused on all aspects of air shows when he spent a year as a wing walker with American Barnstormers. Over the next couple of years he captured an image that would become the icon of the 100th Anniversary of Naval Aviation and became the first and only civilian photographer to provide the USN Blue Angels with their annual lithograph. www.tvrphotography.com
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