Former Meigs Field Operator Says Retired Shuttle Should NOT Go
To Adler Planetarium
Politics in aviation is something we must all learn to deal
with. You may not like it, but it rules our lives. Therefore,
we can choose to know it so that we may in turn defeat it, or we
can ignore it and get run over. Or, in this case, we could be
insulted with no recourse.
CSCA Believes Proposed Canadian Government Plans Are Not
Optimal For The Requirements Of The Canadian Space Systems
After reviewing the federal budget released Wednesday, the
Canadian Space Commerce Association (CSCA) said it believes that
proposed government plans are not optimal for the requirements of
the Canadian space systems sector.
Sikorsky Remains One of Aviation's Most Aggressively Innovative
Oshkosh 2010 was no stranger to innovation... though we must
note that this year was a bumper crop in terms of the breadth of
excitement we saw within the confines of Wittman Field... sport
aviation, GA, BizAv, Military, Aerospace, you name it... there was
no shortage of exciting innovations to feast your eyes on...
especially where Sikorsky was concerned.