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  1. My favorite jump with Jarrett.
  2. propslop


    Are you going to invite them into WCR? We could increase our membership by 33.333333333%
  3. SkyCatcher prototype crashes By Alton K. Marsh One of the first Cessna 162 SkyCatcher light sport aircraft prototypes crashed Sept. 18 during a test flight 30 miles southeast of the Cessna Aircraft Company factory in Wichita, Kan. The aircraft crashed near a wooded area, but the pilot landed safely by parachute about 400 yards from where the SkyCatcher crashed, according to a news report by a KAKE television news team. The pilot reportedly received only minor injuries. Witnesses told the news team that they heard a pop and saw sparks before the airplane crashed. The SkyCatcher is the company’s eagerly awaited entry into the LSA market, with nearly 1,000 on order. The aircraft, one of several built for testing, had 100 flights totaling 150 hours, according to comments made by a Cessna spokesman during a KAKE news interview. The aircraft is to be built in Shenyang, China, by Shenyang Aircraft Corp. A spokesman from the National Transportation Safety Board said it was an Experimental category flight test to conduct a stall series at 10,000 feet. The SkyCatcher entered an unintentional flat spin and continued to 5,000 feet, where the test pilot bailed out. While it is unusual for the NTSB to investigate Experimental test flight accidents, the spokesman said his agency is gathering information from the FAA and Cessna. “This is the light sport aircraft category, and it is something we want to understand,” the spokesman said. The NTSB began paying special attention to light sport accidents in October 2007 that will conclude in January 2009, the spokesman said.
  4. BMX inspired the best movie of all time, RAD. I enjoyed watching it in the Olympics nearly as much as I love this scene from the movie.
  5. Heres the video from the 11 way fun jump we made on sunday. It came together for exactly 2.8 seconds!!!
  6. :3:0 heres a vid of a leap for lupus fun jump
  7. I drove all the way to shelton to steal some cake and you were and no show! BAAADDD birthday girl. I'm going to stop telling people you are 26 and tell them your true age of 29.
  8. I emailed the PDF file to your personal email for you to review and confirm. I get them forwarded to me by my company.
  9. I heard TM's need to have 3rd class medicals so I thought I'd post this good news for you. If you are under 40 a Third Class is good for 5 years (60 Months) Now. Second class remains at 12 months and a First class has been doubled to a year (doing a happy dance) I'm posting the FAA's info note below. This should save you around $100 for beer. InFO Information for Operators U.S. Department InFO 08046 of Transportation DATE: 7/24/08 Federal Aviation Administration Flight Standards Service Washington, DC An InFO contains valuable information for operators that should help them meet certain administrative, regulatory, or operational requirements with relatively low urgency or impact on safety. Subject: Pilots under age 40, airman’s medical certificate duration periods extended Purpose: To announce changes in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) § 61.23(d), effective July 24, 2008. Background: The FAA last revised standards for holders of an airman’s medical certificate in 1996 when it extended a third-class medical certificate’s duration period from two years to three years for pilots under age 40, with no evidence to date of adverse effects on aviation safety. Discussion: Since 1996 the FAA has reviewed relevant medical literature, its own aeromedical certification data, and accident data, and has found no compelling evidence that the U.S. should not conform to the standard adopted by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in November, 2005. That revised standard extended the duration period of medical certificates from two to five years for private pilots under age 40. The FAA also explored the possibility of extending the duration period of the first-class medical certificate, with similar findings, namely that there is little or no evidence that extending that duration period for pilots under age 40 would have any adverse effect on aviation safety. Accordingly, § 61.23(d) will reflect the following duration periods, effective 7/24/08: First-class medical certificate 12 months for pilots under 40 6 months for pilots 40 and older Second-class 12 months regardless of age Third-class 60 months (5 years) for pilots under 40 24 months (2 years) for pilots 40 and older Recommended Action: Directors of safety, directors of operations, schedulers of pilots, and pilots themselves should be aware of the extended validity periods of airman’s medical certificates for pilots under age 40. For more information go to For More Information About the Content of This InFO: Any questions regarding the content of this InFO should be directed to Judi Citrenbaum, Office of Aerospace Medicine, 202-267-9689.
  10. propslop


    JohnMitchell probably gave her a takeoff clearance so its his fault.
  11. There is nothing better in this world than a big gentle dog. I'm sorry.
  12. Put on my glasses and agree, fingers are crossed for good luck...Although we have determined this to be the international symbol for linetwists.
  13. 0 : 0 : 0 7 Fish caught, 6 dollys 1 rock cod all on a salmon spinner. The largest was 8 inches and the smallest one made me feel like a bad human.