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Almost ready for the clouds…. Or am I?

Well, I finally bit the bullet and began my instrument training. Lord forbid I call it my IFR training. I have seen too many “Professional Pilots”, if you will, dog the student for calling it IFR and not instrument training so I will just knock that out now. After much review and asking a ton of pilots for recommendations, I ended up with the Sporty’s Instrument course. I have been working on it now for about 2 months but< in […]

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BFR AND CHECKOUT ARE COMPLETE, NOW WHAT?

BFR AND CHECKOUT ARE COMPLETE, NOW WHAT?

I have not had the opportunity to do a whole lot of flying over the past year or so because of the new job I took at Lighting & Production Equipment in Atlanta. This has certainly taken a tremendous amount of my time and energy. I am, however, now using my college degree, which is Television Production. I’m making pretty good money, for a change, and I am having a lot of fun at […]

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Time for a Fly-In

TIME FOR A FLY-IN

Mike Mendenhall

Any pilots in the US Southeastern states:
We are having a fly-in at the Triple Tree Aerodrome to observe the Solar total eclipse on August 20 and 21st. Triple Tree is in the path of totality and should be a great place to watch this once in a lifetime event!
Here is more info on the event:

SOLAR ECLIPSE FLY-IN AT TRIPLE TREE
AUGUST 20-22, 2017
Ok, you’re tired of doing the same old $100 hamburger run but you’re just […]

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First Solo

Joe Sarber, FBO manager at Silver Comet Field, (The Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport in Dallas, Georgia, KPUJ) is doing his first solo towards his private Pilot Licences.

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Paratrooper Training at Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport

The Paulding county airport (Silver Comet Field) hosted a paratrooper training exercise for the United States Military. Airport director Blake Swafford talks about the economical benefit for both the airport and for the citizens of Paulding county.

Video by:
Tommy Eldridge

Special thanks to:
Blake Swafford
Joe Sarber
The Paulding county airport
The United States Military

TommyEldridge.com

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