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July 01, 2023

Airborne 06.30.23: P-40 Fatality, T-7 Joins USAF, iFly EFB Updates

Also: EAA/Boeing/Oshkosh, SAT Ramp Accident, MyGoFlight Acquires Flight Flix, EAA v FAA NPRMs

The pilot of a Curtiss Wright P-40E WWII-Era fighter aircraft who lost his life in a 27 June 2023 accident at Hamilton, Montana’s Ravalli County Airport (HRF) has been identified as Paul Ehlen, founder and owner of Bloomington, Minnesota’s Precision Lens—a manufacturer of therapeutic, surgical, and pharmacological products germane to the field of ophthalmological medicine. On 28 June 2023, a U.S. Air Force pilot departed Boeing’s St. Louis, Missouri facilities at the controls of a T-7A Red Hawk, thereby occasioning the commencement of USAF fli

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Klyde Morris (06.27.23)

Klyde Should Know Better Than To Take On ANYTHING He Finds On The Internet


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Classic Aero-TV: Dynon’s ‘Hands-On’ Approach – Innovative Touch Screen Avionics

From 2015 (YouTube Version): A 'Touching' Demonstration About the State of Innovation in Today's Sport Avionics

Dynon avionics has championed the production of avionics equipment for experimental and light sport aircraft. Some of the innovations in their products have started in the experimental world and moved into type certificated aircraft. ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, talks with Robert Hamilton, the president of Dynon Avionics to get an update regarding their product line. Hamilton starts off by talking about their “touch” line of products that moved the touchscreen, popular in other non-aviation consumer items, into the cockpit.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (07.01.23)

“We are proud that the first 500,000 flight hours of the UH-1Y and AH-1Z included constant deployments to austere deserts, numerous types of naval vessels, and frigid cold environments in support of U.S. and allied service members on the ground and at sea. With the Viper and Venom sharing 85-percent commonality of parts, a major advantage of this program is that a single readiness improvement or capability upgrade can often support both aircraft.”   Source: From a statement by Bell H-1 program manager manger Nate Green.

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