"Aviation Will Benefit" With Bersin As Commissioner
President Barack Obama has nominated Alan D. Bersin to be the
Commissioner of the Customs and Border Protection division of the
Department of Homeland Security. Bersin currently serves as DHS
Assistant Secretary for International Affairs and Special
Representative for Border Affairs.
AERO 2010 Hopes To Attract Visitors, Exhibitors From Around The
AERO Friedrichshafen, set for April 2010, will once again
provide an opportunity for GA industry leaders to exchange
experiences, socialize with existing customers while attracting new
ones, and show off what's new in the world if GA. The complete GA
spectrum will be represented at Friedrichshafen next April.
Addison Pemberton Revives an 80-Year Old Aviation
Addison Pemberton is no stranger to rare aviation
restorations. Having learned to fly at the age of 15,
Pemberton spent most of his adolescent years surrounded by
exceptional antique aircraft including Howards, Travel Airs, Wacos,
4 Finished The Challenging Course To Receive The
Master Instructors LLC and its Board of Review take pride in
announcing a significant aviation accomplishment on the part of
these very special aviation educators. Recently, they were
all accredited as Masters by Master Instructors LLC, the
international Master Instructor accrediting authority.
Second Time The Replica Has Gone Down In Two Years
A full-scale replica of the historic 1905 Wright Flyer III has
gone down in Ohio while practicing for a re-enactment of the first
flight. Pilot Mark Dusenberry was injured, and sent to the hospital
after the accident. The aircraft was heavily damaged.