Flying Under a Bridge Too Far

Maybe this pilot is a little too “unusual.”
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The B-29 “Doc,” David, Herb and the Cops

A once-in-a-lifetime flight in a piece of aviation history
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Webinars, Cherry Bombs, and Flying Schools

Confidence is a drug. Use it only as prescribed.
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New Friends in Aviation

Pilot friendships bring back old memories.
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Dropping In the Landing

Pride is hurt, though not the airplane—this time.
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Maniacal Mnemonics

Learning the pilot’s favorite crutch for recalling critical items
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Sunday Service at an Airport

Flying through the quarantine
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Giving Up Flying…Again

When an aging pilot should call it quits
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My Earliest Flying Experiences

How an Ercoupe created some of my fondest memories
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Unusual Attitudes: What the FAA Lady Said

Learning to keep my mouth shut.
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Unusual Attitudes: My Lips are Sealed

Who does she think she is, Amelia Earhart?
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Unusual Attitudes: Frustrated in Florida

Some destinations aren’t worth the cross-country to get there.
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Unusual Attitudes: Head in the Clouds

Feet in the clay.
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Unusual Attitudes: The Circle Is Unbroken

Remembering aviation friends.
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It Was a Very Good Logbook

Sweet memories from the pages of an old one.
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A Love Affair with Paper Charts

Without those charts, a pilot feels alone and lost.
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Cheating on an Air Race

A pilot does what it takes to win.
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Sunday’s Aviation Characters

A fly-in features splendid people and great airplanes.
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The Golden Age of Traffic Reporting

An "Eye in the Sky"?
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Living Legends of Aviation

The ingredient that makes aviation special.
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