DOD Agrees To Work With AOPA On GA Navigation Requirements
In a meeting with AOPA this week, Department of Defense (DOD)
charting officials acknowledged general aviation's concerns about
the sale and use of its charting and navigation products and
expressed a willingness to work with the association in addressing
GA requirements. You may recall that the DOD wants to stop the
public sale and distribution of its aeronautical charts and
navigation databases, and AOPA filed extensive comments on why that
was a bad idea.
Major Employers Scheduled for Embry-Riddle Industry/Career
More than 100 employers in aviation/aerospace, business,
engineering, and high-tech fields will be on hand to talk with
jobseekers at the 2005 Industry/Career Expos at Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University's two residential campuses.