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Radiotelephony For Helicopter Pilots

02nd June 2011
One of the most intimidating things a student has to do when learning to fly is learning how to talk on the radio. When you first start flying you soon realise that the quality of the sound from the radio is actually very poor. The language is totally dif... Read >
Author: John Toal

Different people, different supra shoes

21st March 2011
Different brand, different choose, different style. Supra Skytop Beautiful and unique colors, Supra Skytop sneakers are parts class shoes everywhere in monumental shoes world. As world-class, the supra is equipped with unique captivating design, at the s... Read >
Author: freerobert

Why Can't Children See the Cockpit Anymore

08th December 2010
Children are no longer allowed in the cockpit after terrorism closed off that fun experience. But what's the rest in letting kids in the cockpit? Sadly children are no longer allowed to go the front of a plane and see the cockpit. There was a time, esp... Read >
Author: Stacey

How To Choose A Beginner Remote Helicopter

28th June 2010
Today there's so many choices for a Remote Helicopter that choosing the right one is confusing for the beginner just getting started. The good news is these choices can tailor a RC helicopter to the pilots skill level and preference of flying indoors and ... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

5 Upcoming Underground Tunnels Projects

19th May 2010
Underground tunnels have been around for quite a while now. Across the globe, countries have had one or the other form of tunnels and underground construction activities going on. This article summarizes some facts about new and upcoming underground tunne... Read >
Author: Pete Cooper

How Poor Communication Crashes Airplanes

30th March 2010
I recently read Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. In his book, Gladwell tells us how poor communication crashes airplanes. In other words, it's neither the weather nor mechanical difficulties that cause crashes, but poor communication and misguided teamwork. ... Read >
Author: Joan Curtis

How to Use iTunes Ringtones

12th January 2010
As cellular phone technology has grown to immense proportions, the sound of the ringtone has grown dramatically. Gone are the days of simple MIDI files based on snippets of Beethoven, today's ringtones come straight from the songs themselves, often taking... Read >
Author: Ray T. Lewis

Low Cost Flight Training

25th August 2009
Flying an airplane is the most exhilarating activity man could ever learn, and where height above the ground is the final challenge. It takes both skill and knowledge to get a job flying a plane. Grit is a built-in quality that pilots must possess to endu... Read >
Author: Wilburn Stafford

How Does Gas Stoves Work

12th March 2009
GAS RANGES.--A gas stove for cooking, or gas range, as it is frequently called, consists of an oven, a broiler, and several burners over which are plates to hold pans, pots, and kettles in which food is to be cooked. As is true of a coal range, a gas rang... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat

Factors affecting life insurance policy.

10th March 2009
Life Insurance policy is a contract between the insurance company and the insured or the policy holder. The objective of buying a best life insurance policy in India is to cover you adequately so that in case of your death, your beneficiary still manages... Read >
Author: Rohit Shukla

History of aviator sunglasses

13th February 2009
History of aviator sunglasses Have you ever wondered where that cool signature "pilot's frame" also called the "aviators sunglasses" originated from? And most of you wouldn't be aware as to how it got this name?Well, in this article let's know the history... Read >
Author: John45

7 Goals Worth Pursuing

01st April 2006
Before a commercial airplane takes off, the pilot has a very clear destination in mind, and a flight plan to get there. The plane leaves at a specific time, and takes off toward a specific destination. The plane is off track, though, at least 90% of the t... Read >
Author: Brian Bartes

The Inventor OF Wheeled Luggage

21st March 2006
Leave it to a pilot to come up with this idea! After years of dragging, carrying, and lugging bags all over the place Bob Plath. In 1989 Bob Plath said that wheels on the luggage would eliminate the need to lug all those bags and ease the strain on the ba... Read >
Author: Jerry Smith
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