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Airplane Geeks Podcast
726 One-Pilot Cockpits

Airplane Geeks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 84:27


One-pilot cockpits, Frontier customer service, pigeons, Real ID, A-10 pilot, A-1H Skyraider, Mooney crash, America's best airports.

Mo News
Colorado Shooting Hero Speaks; Fauci Says Bye; One Pilot Planes Ahead?; What We Are Thankful For – Mo News Rundown

Mo News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 33:38


This Week's Sponsor: Boll & Branch Bedding & Sheets – 25% Off + Free Shipping | USE CODE: MONEWS Headlines:  —Anthony Fauci Says Goodbye Ahead of Retirement —Republicans Look To Investigate Fauci and COVID Origins —The Hero in Colorado Shooting Massacre Tells His Story  —Supreme Court: House Dems Can Get Trump's Taxes —Say What?!?! The Push for Just One Pilot in the Cockpit of Commercial Planes  —What To Expect from Latest COVID Varian This Winter  —World Cup Stunner: Saudi Arabia Shocks Lionel Messi's Argentina —Thanksgiving: Mosh & Jill Talk About What They're Thankful For & Read Your Comments – Please remember to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review. – Mosheh Oinounou (@mosheh) is an Emmy and Murrow award-winning journalist. He has 20 years of experience at networks including Fox News, Bloomberg Television and CBS News, where he was the executive producer of the CBS Evening News and launched the network's 24 hour news channel. He founded the @mosheh Instagram news account in 2020 and the Mo News podcast and newsletter in 2022. Jill Wagner (@jillrwagner) is an Emmy and Murrow award- winning journalist. She's currently the Managing Editor of the Mo News newsletter and previously worked as a reporter for CBS News, Cheddar News, and News 12. She also co-founded the Need2Know newsletter, and has made it a goal to drop a Seinfeld reference into every Mo News podcast. Follow Mo News on all platforms: Newsletter: https://monews.bulletin.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mosheh/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mosheh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoshehNews Snapchat: https://t.snapchat.com/pO9xpLY9 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/moshehnews TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mosheh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Lessons From The Cockpit
Refueling the Northern Iraq 2003 Air War

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 71:27


Welcome to episode forty-eight of the Lessons from the Cockpit Show! Reading about how the Iraqi Freedom North War was planned and executed in March and April of 2003, I realized there are a lot of mistakes in the narrative out there. As Chief of the Air Refueling Control Team for the 2003 Iraqi Freedom Shock and Awe campaign, I felt it was a great time to tell what the Air Refueling Control Team experts had to overcome to accomplish some incredible feats, one of those being two of the longest strike missions in Naval Aviation history... 2800 nautical miles roundtrip! The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported by Wall Pilot, custom aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. These beautifully drawn aircraft profiles are printed on vinyl so you can peel them off and stick them to any flat surface. Visit wallpilot.com and order from our 126 Ready-to-Print profiles or have them draw a custom print of your favorite airplane. Captain Stephen "Moose" Laukaitis was the Deputy Carrier Airwing Eight Commander during the Shock and Awe campaign. His F/A-18C Hornet can be purchased here from Wall Pilot. Thanks for listening to this episode and please share this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast with your family and friends found on my website at markhasara.com/episodes. I hope all of you here in the United States have a great Thanksgiving with family and friends around the dinner table. 

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 262 - The Most Beautiful Game

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 59:36


It's the World Cup baby! Copa Mundial! This week the guys break down and predict the world cup based off of comic characters from each team's country. Just give it a listen and it'll all make sense. Football is life. Sponsored by The Arizona Comicbook Arts Festival. Subscribe, leave us a review and become a patron at www.patreon.com/super75studios. Learn how to support the show, listen to all the previous episodes, and buy our merch at www.tigshow.com Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #worldcup #copamundial #dc #marvel #comicbookartists #beer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

NTD News Today
Boebert Declares Victory, Recount Likely; Trump Fights Twitter Ban; Twitter Closes Offices for Now

NTD News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 55:31


NTD News Today—11/18/20221 Biden Admin Suggests Immunity for Saudi Crown Prince in Khashoggi Case2 GOP Passes Rule Changes After Flipping House3 Boebert Declares Victory, Recount Likely4 Lake Refuses to Concede, Vows Legal Challenge5 GA: Judge Sets Hearing for Early Vote Case6 House Committee Advances Mail-in Ballots Bill7 Target: Organized Crime Cuts $400m in Profits8 Ginn: Inflation, Police Cuts Fueling Theft9 How Theft Impacts Local Communities10 Stores May Hire More Security Guards11 Fewer Holiday Shoppers Impacting Stores12 Trump Fights Twitter Ban at US Appeals Court13 Twitter Closes Offices After Ultimatum14 Suit: Gov't Secretly Installed Tracking Apps15 U.S. Border Agent Dies After Shootout16 Buffalo Shooting Suspect to Plead Guilty17 NYC: DA Moves to Vacate 188 Misdemeanors18 Money Raised for Families of Idaho Victims19 Elizabeth Holmes to Be Sentenced Today20 Huge Polymers Facility Coming to Texas21 South Korea, U.S. Respond to Missile Launch22 China's Secret Police Stations on U.S. Soil23 UK Blocks Chinese Takeover of Chip Plant24 Russian Gas Pipeline Blast Investigation25 Pentagon: US Won't Dip Below Readiness Levels26 Prague March Against Govt Support for Ukraine27 F-16 Jets Escort Polish Team to World Cup28 UK Hikes Taxes, Cuts Spending in Budget Plan29 Greek Diplomat Refuses to Depart Plane30 Al-Qaeda-linked Group Claims Responsibility31 Spain Makes Its Largest Marijuana Seizure32 Beaujolais Nouveau 2022 Released in France33 Jetblue Begins Service to Paris Next Summer34 Pilot Hangs Out of Cockpit to Get Flier's Phone35 Rio Restores Portuguese Cobblestone Pavements36 Fossils of Giant Ancient Sea Turtle Unearthed37 Biotech Companies Attempt to Slow Aging38 Reduce Alzheimer's With These Simple Foods39 Zambian Wildlife Ranger Earns Recognition40 Tx: Authorities Searching for Person Who Shot Eagles41 Baby Elephant Uses Trunk to Tickle Reporter

The Illustrious Gentlemen
The Illustrious Gentlemen Present; Super Fun Weekend with Phil Hester

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 57:12


Ryan rambles for a bit about his past week in comics and sports-watching before unleashing upon you the brilliance that is Phil Hester in this re-broadcast of his Super Fun Weekend conversation with Phil from earlier this year. If you like this podcast, tell your friends about it, subscribe, leave us a review and become a patron at www.patreon.com/super75studios. Learn how to support the show, listen to all the previous episodes, and buy our merch at www.tigshow.com Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #travel #philhester #gotham #batman #dccomics --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Copilots Review
Inside the Cockpit 27: Mountain Out of the Mole(hills)

Copilots Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 38:28


It's been two months since we invited you into the cockpit with us, thanks to October featuring our annual Fright Flight as opposed to the monthly norm of Inside the Cockpit. But what does that mean for you, our passenger and ever present listener? Well it means we have a backlog of topics to discuss on this Inside the Cockpit so come on in and join us as we discuss the myriad of shows, video games and other topics that we've enjoyed over the past 2 months. The Copilots Review Patreon page --> PatreonNew episodes on the 2nd and 22nd of every month, with interstitial episodes released on the 12th.You can find us on YouTube. Check us out here --> Copilots Review on YouTubeIf you would like to contact us or recommend a series for us to watch/listen/play/otherwise interact with and review you can email us at CopilotsReview@gmail.com or reach us on Twitter at @copilotsreview, or join the Discord or find all of these options at copilotsreview.simplecast.com. Thanks again!Lastly we want to thank Jessica Kuczynski! She designed our awesome podcast art. You can find her other work, her shop or commission her for original art at her website jessicakuczynski.com or at her twitter

Jack&Sam
151. Auf Arbeitgebers Nacken

Jack&Sam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 131:41


Es könnte die bisher längste Folge Jack&Sam sein. Jacko und Sam haben darüber nachgedacht, was ihre Zeksy7 Traum-Praktika wären: Es geht quasi aus dem Cockpit in den Techno-Sexladen, auf Geisterjagd und auf jeden Fall auch kurz nach Hollywood. Ist ja klar! Die Berufswahl ist wild, so wie die gesamte Folge. Außerdem sprechen die beiden über die aktuelle Lage im Iran und verweisen auf folgende Instagram-Kanäle, die wertvolle Aufklärungsarbeit leisten und wichtige Informationen teilen: https://www.instagram.com/natalie_amiri/ https://www.instagram.com/hawar.help/ https://www.instagram.com/duzentekkal/ https://www.instagram.com/officiallyjoko/ https://www.instagram.com/damitdasklaas/ Mehr von uns auf http://instagram.com/jackowusch http://instagram.com/samykee Mails an: jackundsampodcast@gmail.com https://jackundsam.com (unser edler Online-Shop) *werbelink Werbung: Alle Infos, Angebote und Codes unserer Werbepartner findet ihr hier: https://linktr.ee/jackundsampodcast

Lessons From The Cockpit
SH-3 Sea King History with Commander Steve Bates

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 53:20


Welcome to the forty-seventh episode of the Lesson from the Cockpit podcast! This episode continues our conversation with former US Navy Commander Steve Bates and the history of the SH-3 Sea King helicopter. The Navy used the SH-3 for four decades and the Air Force made famous the HH-3 or Jolly Green Giant version, saving hundreds of airmen shot down over North and South Vietnam. The SH-3 also had a unique Cold War role Steve elaborates on! The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported by Wall Pilot, custom aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. These extremely detailed profiles are printed on vinyl and can be peeled off and stuck to any flat surface. Our patches are on cars and boats now too! Please go to www.wallpilot.com and order one or two of these fantastic profile illustrations. The SH-3 and HH-3 drawings will be on the website soon. Thanks for downloading and listening to the podcast! Please share this and previous episodes of the Lesson from the Cockpit podcast with friends, family, and loved ones, found on my website www.markhasara.com/episodes. Thanks for listening and we'll talk to you again next week on the Lesson from the Cockpit show.

Sparrow Baptist Church of Toronto
Your Heart Is Like The Cockpit

Sparrow Baptist Church of Toronto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 39:00


The Illustrious Gentlemen
The Illustrious Gentlemen Present; Super Fun Weekend with Michael Cho

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 75:25


Super Fun Weekend, a podcast where writers and artists talk about traveling is joining the ranks of the Illustrious Gentlemen! Ryan recommends a new comic and a new podcast he's digging this week to get us started before jumping into chatting with comic artist, Michael Cho. If you like this podcast, tell your friends about it, subscribe, leave us a review and become a patron at www.patreon.com/super75studios. Learn how to support the show, listen to all the previous episodes, and buy our merch at www.tigshow.com Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #travel --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Casey Aviation Podcast
When Should You Step Away from the Cockpit?

Casey Aviation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 22:45


This week, Joe discusses a challenging topic that all pilots will face at some point during their time as a pilot. When is it time to step away from the cockpit and hang up the wings?

Lessons From The Cockpit
SH-3 Sea King Operations with Commander Steve Bates

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 82:27


Welcome to the forty-sixth episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! The Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King was the US Navy's primary rotary-wing aircraft for decades. Steve discusses training and flying the Sea King used for Fleet Logistics bringing beans, bombs, and mail to the fleet and sailors while underway at sea. Steve also tells us about some of the humanitarian operations he was involved with while at the Pentagon... on 9/11! The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported entirely by Wall Pilot, custom aviation graphics for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. These extremely detailed graphics are printed on vinyl and peeled off to stick to any flat surface. Go by Wall Pilot's website and order a few of these incredible graphics to keep the podcast going. This and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast can be found on my website at markhasara.com. Please share them with all of your family, friends, and loved ones. Our listening audience is growing fast now! Some pretty amazing videos can now be found on Lt Col Mark Hasara TikTok page. We had 1.1 million views in our first week! On next week's show, Steve tells us the history of the SH-3 Sea King and rotary wing aviation in the Navy so swing by next week. Thanks for listening and downloading the podcast and we'll talk to you next week on the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast.

Best Story Ever
60. Cockpits And Conflicts

Best Story Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 10:04


Although many warnings sirens were going off in the cockpit, the pilot did not believe that they were in an emergency; the statistical probability that all of those things were going wrong at the same time was impossible. But he was wrong.

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 261 - Hoodbridge

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 62:41


Fall break is over and the boys are back! This week the guys catch up after a month and talk about the TV, movies, and music they've been ingesting. Ryan talks about his recent trip to DC and tries to hide his disdain for modern art. Subscribe, leave us a review and become a patron at www.patreon.com/super75studios. Learn how to support the show, listen to all the previous episodes, and buy our merch at www.tigshow.com Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #travel #washingtondc #museums #comicbookartists #beer #inktober --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Lessons From The Cockpit
American MiG Pilot with Rob Zettel

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 78:11


Welcome to the forty-fifth episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! The Air Force created a super-secret squadron located in the Nellis Air Force Base Range Complex, The 4477th Test and Evaluation Squadron called "The Red Eagles." Rob Zettel is one of the world's subject matter experts on adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures from his experience flying the F-5E Tiger II with the 26th Aggressors in The Philippines and Russian Mig-21 Fishbed and MiG-23 Flogger fighters with the 4477th Test and Evaluation Squadron Red Eagles. Z-Man discusses his experiences flying F-4 Phantoms and being an Aggressor pilot with the famous Red Eagles. Two books are available on the 4477th TES, the first called  America's Secret MiG Squadron: The Red Eagles of Constant Peg written by one of the founders Colonel Gail Peck. The second book is Red Eagles: America's Secret MiGs by Steve Davies. Prints of the MiG-21 and MiG-23 Rob flew with the Red Eagles are available from Wall Pilot, custom aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. These four, six, or eight-foot-long prints can be framed or peeled off and stuck to any flat surface. Prints of the 26th Aggressor Squadron F-5E Tiger II painted in Russian GRAPE and SNAKE paint schemes are also available from Wall Pilot. Thanks for downloading and listening to the show. Please share episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast with your friends and family. This and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast can be found on my website. Next week we talk to a US Navy SH-3 Sea King pilot and learn how the Sikorsky Sea King came about and some of the incredible missions the Sea King was equipped to perform... including carrying nuclear weapons! Thanks for listening and we will talk to you next week on the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast. 

The 2AM Podcast
EP 179: Pilot Sucked Out of Cockpit

The 2AM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 31:59


British Airways pilot getting sucked out of the cockpit, how progress is made, people complaining about subscriptions, and more!   TIMESTAMPS:  (0:00) A thank you to our followers (2:00) Subscriptions (7:00) Karen mentality (8:00) The Mars Curiosity Rover (10:30) Are chiropractors legit? (13:00) Phobias & blood test needles (17:40) Insightful quotes (22:30) "I didn't ask to be alive" (25:10) Pilot sucked out of cockpit (29:40) Don't walk towards a helicopter propeller  (31:25) Outro   FOLLOW THE 2AM PODCAST: VISIT OUR WEBSITE  FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM  SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL GRAB SOME MERCH

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 588: Sterile Cockpit

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 11:29 Very Popular


by Robert L. Sumwalt It's no secret. When a flight crew's attention is diverted from the task of flying, the chance of error increases. Over the years there have been dozens of air carrier accidents that occurred when the crew diverted attention from the task at hand and became occupied with items totally unrelated to flying. Consequently, important things were missed. Things like setting the flaps prior to takeoff, or extending the landing gear before landing. Things like monitoring altitude on an instrument approach, or using engine anti-ice for takeoff during a blinding snow storm. In 1981 the FAA enacted FAR 121.542 and FAR 135.100 to help curb the number of these accidents. Commonly known as the "sterile cockpit rule," these regulations specifically prohibit crew member performance of non-essential duties or activities while the aircraft is involved in taxi, takeoff, landing, and all other flight operations conducted below 10,000 feet MSL, except cruise flight. (Click here to go to FAR 121.542 and 135.100 .) It's unrealistic to expect a crew to fly together for several days and never discuss anything except items related to flying the aircraft. In fact, experts have demonstrated that in order to be most effective, crews need to talk -- even if it is just merely "get to know you" sort of chat. The sterile cockpit rule is a good rule because it clearly defines when it is time to set aside non-essential activities and tend strictly to the task at hand -- that of safely operating the aircraft. In spite of the existence of the sterile cockpit rule over the past decade, pilots have continued to have accidents and serious incidents that perhaps could have been prevented. For the most part, disobeying the rule is not intentional. It just happens. But as this review shows, the consequences of non-compliance can be very serious. Truly, the sterile cockpit needs to be cleaned up. This reviewer used the ASRS database to find specific examples of problems related to non-compliance with the sterile cockpit rule. We carefully reviewed 63 reports that had been previously coded by analysts as having some relevance to the sterile cockpit rule. Here is a synopsis of the problems that we found that could be attributed to sterile cockpit violations:48% were altitude deviations 14% were course deviations 14% were runway transgressions 14% were general distractions with no specific adverse consequences 8% involved takeoffs or landings without clearance 2% involved near mid-air collisions due to inattention and distractions. The Culprits The way in which the sterile cockpit rule was broken in each report was tallied and analyzed. Some reports contained more than one culprit. Many of the reports contained acknowledgments like this: "If we [had] adhered to the sterile cockpit, this situation probably would not have occurred." (ACN 118974) Following are the four most common reasons for non-adherence to the sterile cockpit rule: Extraneous Conversation The most habitually cited offense was extraneous conversation between cockpit crew members. Cited one First Officer: "Although VMC on the approach, the new special weather was... [indefinite ceiling, 200 obscured, visibility 1-1/4 mile in ground fog], snow falling and some snow on the runway...I was flying and Captain viewing PIT stadium and various sights out the window, chatting incessantly...Captain then reviewed procedures for short ground roll on snow covered runways and returned to miscellaneous conversation." The crew believed that they then landed without contacting the tower and receiving landing clearance. After some serious soul searching, this reporter continued "...the potential for disaster scenarios should be apparent...The bottom line: lack of professionalism. Captain habitually rambled from push back to block-in through a four day trip. This was the first of two incidents on the same day...Below the line: lack of courage. F/O and F/E were not willing to ask the Captain to please shut up so we could fly the airplane." (ACN 102595) The Captain of an air carrier aircraft admits to conversation not pertinent to flying duties: "...Both the F/O and I became distracted because of a conversation that was started before the level-off. At 4300 feet our altitude alert system went off...Our sterile cockpit procedures should have eliminated this problem if properly followed." (ACN 168474) Five reports detailed extraneous conversation with jump seat riders. The ability to ride on an air carrier's jump seat is quite a valuable privilege, but it is important that the additional cockpit rider not be allowed to create distractions. A look at two of these reports: "While descending into a broken deck of clouds, unannounced traffic appeared at 12 o'clock and less than a mile, climbing up our descent path. In my best estimation we were on a collision course. I immediately, without hesitating, instinctively pushed the aircraft nose down and to the right to avoid impact. The Captain was engaged in a conversation with [somebody] on the jump seat." (ACN 167026) And in the other ASRS submission: "This very senior Captain was about to leave on a Scuba diving trip and talked nonstop to the female jump seat rider upon discovering she was also a diver...This [altitude deviation] could have been prevented entirely if this particular Captain...[had paid] attention to his job and observe[d] some approximation of the sterile cockpit below 10,000 feet." (ACN 119289) The connotation "extraneous conversation" does not always have to imply just those persons on board the aircraft. Look at how extraneous chatter with air traffic controllers introduced problems for these crews. Air traffic controllers, take notice: "We turned base to final. Tower talked about mutual acquaintances and local weather. On final, at about 2500 MSL, we realized we lined up for the wrong field...First mistake: getting involved in conversation with [the] Tower operator..." (ACN 108035) And in another incident: "At the outer marker...with thunderstorms in progress, reported wind shear and heavy rain ...the tower insisted on knowing if our gate was open. We told him we were too busy to find out, he persisted with claims of needing to know where to put us on the ground once we landed. We attempted once to try to contact the company but failed due to frequency congestion... We were distracted by the tower's request for non-pertinent info during the sterile period... This [practice]...(of the controller needing to know if a gate is open at the most intense and critical phase of flight) must not be continued. It is an unsafe practice and deters us from conducting a safe flight." (ACN 114244) Distractions from Flight Attendants Distractions caused by flight attendants visiting the cockpit or calling on the interphone were noted in almost one quarter of the reports in our data set. This was our second highest source of deviation from the sterile cockpit rule. "As aircraft approached Runway 18, Flight Attendant 'A' entered cockpit with coffee for the crew. Crew attention momentarily diverted...Aircraft penetrated hold line approximately six feet for Runway 18...Small single engine aircraft on final for Runway 18 was instructed to go around by Tower...Probable cause of this was short taxi distance to hold line and crew's interruption by [the] Flight Attendant." (ACN 149054) In another incident, the crew was surprised when they lined up with the wrong runway -- and doubly surprised when they noticed they were in an unplanned formation with a jet landing on the same runway! "...Flight Attendant came into the cockpit and asked what gate we were going into as we had a passenger with a wheelchair going to another flight...I advised approach we had our traffic [in sight]. Approach now cleared us for what I thought was a Runway 26L visual approach, call tower at the outer marker. As we proceeded to Runway 26L, which was the closest runway to our arrival side,..I looked over [at] my First Officer and out his side window and saw the [other jet] at our altitude, approximately 100 feet away...I'm sure that, with the Flight Attendant interruption, I heard what I expected to hear, 'cleared to the left runway.' " (ACN 98883) Non-Pertinent Radio Calls and PA Announcements Several reports we examined indicate that problems arose when non-pertinent company radio calls and PA announcements were made below 10,000 feet. Remember, below 10,000 feet if it's not directly related to flight safety, it's in violation with the sterile cockpit rule. "Beautiful day making approach into familiar station, Captain elects to make a PA announcement to passengers while flying the aircraft. Resulting distraction of the passenger announcement [caused us to over-shoot]... altitude 500 feet." (ACN 54741) While being vectored in a busy terminal area, the Captain in the following report called on the company radio frequency to notify maintenance about a minor cabin discrepancy. As the reporter soon discovered, his absence from the ATC frequency caused an overload with his First Officer. Several ATC radio calls were missed. The controller growled a little, they lost their landing sequence, and the pilot's pride was hurt. But a valuable lesson was also learned. "...My thinking, however irresponsible it was, was that I should call maintenance with this item to save us time on the ground...I realize that the incident and this report is the result of very poor cockpit management on my part...It was most unwise and unfair of me to put the work load I did on that Controller and the First Officer...I hope I have learned the importance of giving my undivided attention to Approach Control, as opposed to reporting maintenance items [while flying below 10,000 feet]." (ACN 92145) Sight-seeing Nowhere does Webster's define "sight-seeing" as an activity that is essential to the safe operation of aircraft. When sight-seeing is conducted by flight crew members below 10,000 feet, not only is it potentially dangerous, but it is illegal, as well. Two reports demonstrated that a cockpit full of sight-seeing crew members is an ASRS report looking for a place to happen -- possibly even an accident. "Assigned the PORTE SID from SFO. I missed the 4 DME turn point due to preoccupation with a [special purpose aircraft] below and to our right, landing at NAS Alameda. The Captain (flying) missed it too...Bay Departure queried us and advised us to maintain visual separation from [another aircraft] off OAK, paralleling us below and about 2 miles to the right. Preoccupation with the visual environment caused us to neglect the IFR procedure." (ACN 189397) In another incident report: "...Descending through 5000 feet to my assigned altitude of 4000 feet. The Captain discontinued his running commentary of the sights...to state that we were only cleared to 6000 feet." (ACN 83932) Recommendations and Considerations The sterile cockpit rule was designed to help minimize many of the problems that we just annotated. Judging from these reports, a safer operation can be achieved by simply abiding by the rule's guidelines. In the Beginning A good time to establish the desire to maintain a sterile cockpit environment is before beginning a trip. In briefing cockpit and cabin crew members the captain can politely say, "I think the sterile cockpit rule is really important, so we'll adhere to it. Okay?" Setting the Standards During the preflight briefing the captain should also inform the flight attendants how they can determine if the flight is above or below 10,000 feet. Many companies have already established procedures for this, such as a "10,000 foot PA announcement," or a call to the flight attendants on the interphone. However, these procedures require one crew member to be "out of the loop." And as evidenced by literally thousands of ASRS reports, the potential for problems (such as misunderstood clearances and altitude deviations) increases when a crew member is out of the loop. Some airlines have installed a cockpit-controlled "sterile cockpit light" that can be illuminated when descending below 10,000 feet and extinguished when climbing above 10,000 feet. For those who develop company procedures, consideration should be given to developing something that doesn't create its own set of distractions. With the increased use of two-crew member cockpits this consideration is increasingly important. Unexpected Entry Unexpected calls or cockpit entry by flight attendants during the sterile cockpit period can be distracting and potentially dangerous. It is recommended that the Captain, during the pre-departure crew briefing, emphasize the importance of the sterile cockpit rule and request that flight attendant calls or entry during this time be undertaken only for reasons of great urgency. As one reporter resolves: "The next time a flight attendant enters a sterile cockpit, I will immediately ask if there is an emergency." (ACN 109249) High Altitude Airports Another reporter offered a good suggestion involving high elevation airports, where 10,000 feet MSL for the sterile cockpit boundary may be too low. "The First Officer and myself were involved in a conversation with the company pilot riding jump seat. Although I subscribe to the sterile cockpit rule below 10,000 feet, I failed to realize that, due to Denver's high field elevation, 17,000 feet MSL would have [been] a more appropriate time to discontinue our conversation and be sure that our affairs were in order...Unfortunately, because of our conversation, I failed to slow to 250 knots until passing Kiowa...The main reason I am filing this report is that I was habitually using 10,000 feet MSL for focusing my attention on the terminal/approach procedure and maintaining a sterile cockpit. A better method would certainly be 10,000 feet AGL or 40 to 50 miles from destination." (ACN 65327) Low Altitude Flight This reporter, a commuter pilot who often has cruise altitudes below 10,000 feet MSL, offers a similar worthwhile suggestion following an altitude deviation. "I believe this situation occurred because our cruise altitude was 8000 feet, and we were accustomed to conversation and other activities along the route and were not observing the 'sterile cockpit' environment. Would suggest that, in these flight circumstances where cruise altitude is less than 10,000 feet, crews make a specific DME mileage their beginning for 'total concentration-sterile cockpit' procedures." (ACN 173707) No person about to undergo major surgery would think too kindly of the surgical team who failed to sterilize themselves and their operating instruments before the operation. After a series of air carrier accidents and serious incidents, the traveling public feels the same way about their crew members. Keep the sterile cockpit "clean." Your fellow crew members and passengers are hoping that you will.

Conspiracy Class
82 - Marky Mark's Cockpit Slobberknocker

Conspiracy Class

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 44:57


Feel the vibrations come on come on feel it feel itHere's all our links: https://linktr.ee/conspiracyclass

I Learned About Flying From That
45. Fire in the Cockpit

I Learned About Flying From That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 30:56 Very Popular


Pilot Chris McClure made fast work of a fire in a Cessna 150 towplane, including restrictions to visibility inside the airplane.

Lessons from the Cockpit
B-52 Bomber Missions with Colonel Chris "Chico" Anderson

Lessons from the Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:24


Welcome to the forty-fourth episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! We are fast approaching 15,000 downloads! The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress may have the distinction of flying and fighting for 100 years. The military continues adding new equipment and missions to a platform created for the nuclear Cold War of the 1960s. Colonel Chris "Chico" Anderson joins the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast telling us how the B-52 BUFF (Big Ugly Fat Fellow in polite company) continues to be one of the most potent and relevant aircraft in the US Air Force inventory. Chico tells us about Close Air Support and Joint Fires developed on the fly over Afghanistan to Hurricane Relief efforts along the Gulf Coast. Southern Command has now added another mission to the BUFF because of the sensors onboard... a laser-targeting pod hunting drug runners! This episode of Lessons from the Cockpit is supported by the book Tanker Pilot: Lessons from the Cockpit. Fuel is a weapon! Tanker Pilot gives a behind-the-scenes view of planning and executing global air operations from nuclear alert missions in the Cold War to passing over 417 MILLION pounds of jet fuel in the 2003 Shock and Awe campaign over Iraq. Tanker Pilot allows this show to keep going so buy a copy available in all four formats on Amazon: hardback, softback, Kindle, and Audible. On a recent show with MH-47 Chinook pilot Alan Mack, he mentioned his book RAZOR 03: A Nightstalker's Wars would be published soon. RAZOR 03 is OUT and available on Amazon! Thanks for downloading and listening to this and previous episodes of the show, found on my website at markhasara.com. Please share all episodes with your family and friends, a new episode is posted every week. On next week's show, we discuss adversary tactics and training with one of the world's experts who flew Russian MiG-21s and MiG-23s in the US Air Force out of Area 51... the world-famous 4477th Test and Evaluation Squadron Red Eagles! Thanks for downloading and listening to Lessons from the Cockpit and we'll talk to you next week!

Lessons From The Cockpit
B-52 Bomber Missions with Colonel Chris "Chico" Anderson

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:25


Welcome to the forty-fourth episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! We are fast approaching 15,000 downloads! The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress may have the distinction of flying and fighting for 100 years. The military continues adding new equipment and missions to a platform created for the nuclear Cold War of the 1960s. Colonel Chris "Chico" Anderson joins the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast telling us how the B-52 BUFF (Big Ugly Fat Fellow in polite company) continues to be one of the most potent and relevant aircraft in the US Air Force inventory. Chico tells us about Close Air Support and Joint Fires developed on the fly over Afghanistan to Hurricane Relief efforts along the Gulf Coast. Southern Command has now added another mission to the BUFF because of the sensors onboard... a laser-targeting pod hunting drug runners! This episode of Lessons from the Cockpit is supported by the book Tanker Pilot: Lessons from the Cockpit. Fuel is a weapon! Tanker Pilot gives a behind-the-scenes view of planning and executing global air operations from nuclear alert missions in the Cold War to passing over 417 MILLION pounds of jet fuel in the 2003 Shock and Awe campaign over Iraq. Tanker Pilot allows this show to keep going so buy a copy available in all four formats on Amazon: hardback, softback, Kindle, and Audible. On a recent show with MH-47 Chinook pilot Alan Mack, he mentioned his book RAZOR 03: A Nightstalker's Wars would be published soon. RAZOR 03 is OUT and available on Amazon!  Thanks for downloading and listening to this and previous episodes of the show, found on my website at markhasara.com. Please share all episodes with your family and friends, a new episode is posted every week. On next week's show, we discuss adversary tactics and training with one of the world's experts who flew Russian MiG-21s and MiG-23s in the US Air Force out of Area 51... the world-famous 4477th Test and Evaluation Squadron Red Eagles! Thanks for downloading and listening to Lessons from the Cockpit and we'll talk to you next week! 

Psycho Schizo Espresso
Episode 23 - From The Moshpit To The Cockpit… & Everywhere in Between: Aces High with RAF Top Gun Fin Monahan

Psycho Schizo Espresso

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 63:18


Bruce and @TheRealDrKev are joined by the legendary RAF fighter pilot, chief instructor, and Red Arrows Commanding Officer, Fin Monahan DFC, who talks them through precisely what it takes - both physically and psychologically - to be a real life Top Gun, and what a bad day at the office looks like at Mach 1 over the deserts of Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan. As you can imagine, Bruce & Kev are really, ahem, flying in this episode! What's the difference between the mindset of a commercial airlines pilot and that of an elite military flying ace, they ask? What elevates your regular, everyday swashbuckling aviator to one with a DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross) to their name? Most importantly if all…how the hell do you have a pee in a Harrier jump jet?You can listen to and watch longer episodes of Psycho Schizo Espresso AD FREE if you become a Patreon at www.patreon.com/psychoschizoespresso or subscribe on Spotify using https://open.spotify.com/show/1NAAT7tPbIaB9FbL4C648W or https://anchor.fm/pse-doubleshot/subscribePlease make sure you like, subscribe, rate, review and comment wherever you get your Podcasts from. To get in touch, please email PSE@PodProd.co.uk and follow the hashtag #PsychoSchizoEspresso and @TheRealDrKevPsycho Schizo Espresso is a Pod Prod Production. For more information, please go to www.podprod.co.uk

WBHM 90.3 Public Radio
New aviation charter school aims to diversify the cockpit

WBHM 90.3 Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022


Dead Rabbit Radio
EP 958 - The Empty Cockpit

Dead Rabbit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 33:13


Today we play hide and go seek with a disturbing ghost, and then we take a flight that ends with a mysterious crash!   Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18482113 PayPal Donation Link https://tinyurl.com/mrxe36ph MERCH STORE!!! https://tinyurl.com/y8zam4o2 Amazon Wish List https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/28CIOGSFRUXAD?ref_=wl_share Dead Rabbit Radio Wiki https://deadrabbitradio.pods.monster/doku.php?id=Welcome   Help Promote Dead Rabbit! Dual Flyer https://i.imgur.com/OhuoI2v.jpg "As Above" Flyer https://i.imgur.com/yobMtUp.jpg “Alien Flyer” By TVP VT U https://imgur.com/gallery/aPN1Fnw   Links: EP 147 - The Perils Of Ghost Hunting (Burger King Bathroom Ghost episode) https://deadrabbitradio.libsyn.com/ep-147-the-perils-of-ghost-hunting   EP 901 - Screaming In The Darkness (Payless Shoe Store Ghost episode) https://deadrabbitradio.libsyn.com/ep-901-screaming-in-the-darkness   Port Chicago disaster https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Chicago_disaster   The Shadowlands California Page 2 Ontario - Bon View Park (Little girl Hide And Seek story) http://theshadowlands.net/places/california2.htm   Archive https://archive.ph/9EJ3   Bon View Park https://www.ghostlyworld.org/bon-view-park/   This ‘Ghost Plane' Crash Is One Of The Weirdest Mysteries Of 2017 (Update) https://jalopnik.com/rebelle-rally-2022-eight-automakers-put-production-off-1849633002   Missing University of Michigan student rented plane that crashed in Canada https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2017/03/missing_um_student_rented_plan.html   Police ID University of Michigan student whose plane crashed in Canada https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2017/03/police_id_missing_um_student_w.html   Mystery surrounds crashed Cessna Skyhawk https://wawa-news.com/index.php/2017/03/18/mystery-surrounds-crashed-cessna-skyhawk/   Bones found in Saginaw County in 2018 identified as doctoral student, pilot who disappeared flying plane in 2017 https://www.mlive.com/news/saginaw-bay-city/2021/12/bones-found-in-saginaw-county-in-2018-identified-as-doctoral-student-pilot-who-disappeared-flying-plane-in-2017.html   Before jumping from plane, co-pilot was 'visibly upset' and 'may have gotten sick' https://www.wral.com/before-jumping-from-plane-co-pilot-was-visibly-upset-and-may-have-gotten-sick/20420061/   Man told RDU tower his co-pilot 'jumped out' of plane before emergency landing https://www.wral.com/pilot-told-rdu-tower-co-pilot-jumped-out-of-plane-before-emergency-landing/20400157/   Newly-released phone calls shed light on law enforcement response to pilot who jumped out of plane https://www.wral.com/newly-released-phone-calls-shed-light-on-law-enforcement-response-to-pilot-who-jumped-out-of-plane/20412071/   ------------------------------------------------ Logo Art By Ash Black Opening Song: "Atlantis Attacks" Closing Song: "Bella Royale" Music By Simple Rabbitron 3000 created by Eerbud Thanks to Chris K, Founder Of The Golden Rabbit Brigade Dead Rabbit Archivist Some Weirdo On Twitter AKA Jack YouTube Champ Stewart Meatball The Haunted Mic Arm provided by Chyme Chili Thanks to Fabio N! Wiki By Germ Pintrest https://www.pinterest.com/basque5150/jason-carpenter-hood-river/ http://www.DeadRabbit.com Email: DeadRabbitRadio@gmail.com Twitter: @DeadRabbitRadio Facebook: www.Facebook.com/DeadRabbitRadio TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@deadrabbitradio Jason Carpenter PO Box 1363 Hood River, OR 97031   Paranormal, Conspiracy, and True Crime news as it happens! Jason Carpenter breaks the stories they'll be talking about tomorrow, assuming the world doesn't end today. All Contents Of This Podcast Copyright Jason Carpenter 2018 - 2022

Motorsport-Magazin.com
F1: Crasht sich Schumacher ins Aus? - Vettel-Comeback für 1 Rennen? VORSICHT!

Motorsport-Magazin.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 20:51


Die Formel 1 ist zurück in Japan. Zum ersten Mal seit 2019 startet die Königsklasse des Motorsports wieder in Suzuka. Die Fahrer lieben den Traditionskurs. Gibt Sebastian Vettel 2023 sogar ein Kurz-Comeback? Im Freien Training regnete es mal wieder. Die schlechten Wetterbedingungen wurden Mick Schumacher zum Verhängnis. Kostet ihn der bittere Unfall nach dem Ende des 1. Trainings die Chance auf ein Formel-1-Cockpit? Mehr von Motorsport-Magazin.com: Web: www.motorsport-magazin.com App (iOS & Android): www.motorsport-app.com Folge Motorsport-Magazin.com auf: Facebook: www.facebook.com/motorsportmagazin Twitter: www.twitter.com/MSM_Online Instagram: www.instagram.com/motorsportmagazin Abonniere Motorsport-Magazin.com auf: YouTube: www.youtube.com/motorsportmagazincom Apple Podcasts: www.motorsport-magazin.com/goto/applepodcasts Android-User suchen bitte nach "Motorsport-Magazin.com" in der Podcast-App ihrer Wahl. Unterstütze uns mit einem einmaligen oder monatlichen Beitrag: www.motorsport-magazin.com/goto/support/ Wenn Du Fragen zur Formel 1, MotoGP, Formel E, DTM oder Motorsport-Magazin.com hast, stelle sie uns hier und vielleicht beantworten wir sie in einem unserer Q&As: www.motorsport-magazin.com/goto/askmsm

The Alan Cox Show
Weight & Bleed/ More Bidet/ Holy Diner/ Cav A Ball/ The Italian Slob/ Poundcake Weigh-In/ Cockpit Fap/ Eddie Love/ Dick & Danger

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 170:38


Lessons from the Cockpit
"The Battle Flag" and my son Jeffrey

Lessons from the Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 63:10


Welcome to the forty-third episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! I have been asked for several years to tell the story of flying an American Flag for someone who became a very dear friend and my son Jeffrey's fourteen-month battle with cancer. Both my good friend and Jeffrey both succumbed to this terrible cancer disease. My wife and I decided today it was time to tell this story of a military tradition, patriotism and the American Flag, and compassionate service during this dark period of our family's life when Jeff battled Osteosarcoma. This episode is sponsored by the book Tanker Pilot: Lessons from the Cockpit found in all four formats on Amazon. Thirty-two pictures in the book were taken during the actual event described in each chapter. Go to Amazon or any bookseller and order a copy (or several!) of Tanker Pilot for a behind-the-scenes look at daily air refueling operations so Lessons from the Cockpit keeps moving forward. Thanks for downloading and listening to this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! I really do appreciate it as we are growing with each episode. Lessons from the Cockpit is approaching 11,000 downloads in forty-two episodes. Share this and other episodes with your family, friends, and loved ones found on my website at markhasara.com. Next week you are going to hear from a B-52 Superfortress Navigator flying missions in the opening nights of the Afghanistan air campaign and learn about some new missions the old Big Ugly Fat Fellow or BUFF is flying with FEMA, DHS, and in Southern Command hunting drug boats from 30,000 feet! Look forward to discussing those extraordinary missions with you next week!

Lessons From The Cockpit
"The Battle Flag" and my son Jeffrey

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 63:11


Welcome to the forty-third episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! I have been asked for several years to tell the story of flying an American Flag for someone who became a very dear friend and my son Jeffrey's fourteen-month battle with cancer. Both my good friend and Jeffrey both succumbed to this terrible cancer disease. My wife and I decided today it was time to tell this story of a military tradition, patriotism and the American Flag, and compassionate service during this dark period of our family's life when Jeff battled Osteosarcoma. To read a very moving tribute to my son Jeffrey go to "Our Prayers for the Hasara Family." This episode is sponsored by the book Tanker Pilot: Lessons from the Cockpit found in all four formats on Amazon. Thirty-two pictures in the book were taken during the actual event described in each chapter. Go to Amazon or any bookseller and order a copy (or several!) of Tanker Pilot for a behind-the-scenes look at daily air refueling operations so Lessons from the Cockpit keeps moving forward. Thanks for downloading and listening to this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! I really do appreciate it as we are growing with each episode. Lessons from the Cockpit is approaching 11,000 downloads in 42 episodes. Share this and other episodes with your family, friends, and loved ones found on my website at markhasara.com. Next week you are going to hear from a B-52 Superfortress Navigator flying missions in the opening nights of the Afghanistan air campaign and learn about some new missions the old Big Ugly Fat Fellow or BUFF is flying with FEMA, DHS, and in Southern Command hunting drug boats from 30,000 feet! Look forward to discussing those extraordinary missions with you next week!  

Blockchain Gaming World
BCGW #116 | MechaFightClub w/ Rahul Sood

Blockchain Gaming World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 31:45


Jon Jordan talks to Irrevelant Labs' CEO Rahul Sood about MechaFightClub, the Solana-based game that will pit AI-driven robotic chickens from the future (in the form of dynamic NFTs) against each other -- first in the Cockpit and then in the global Cocktagon tournament, something labelled as "The Metaverse's Craziest Battle Arena".

AUTOTELEFON
Wenn die Retro-Welle überschwappt

AUTOTELEFON

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:31


#197 – Welches "sehr erfreuliche" Auto hat mit einer Sieben und einer Acht zu tun? – Selten wurde ein Autotelefon-Autorätsel derart präzise vorgetragen wie heute. Wer hat's erraten? Wir vergleichen heute jedenfalls die digitalen Cockpits von Ford Mustang (siebte Generation) und BMW X1 (dritte Generation) und scheuen uns nicht davor, mit der Bestellung eines 2CV Berlingo Fourgonnette zu liebäugeln. Außerdem in der Sendung mit dabei: Trockeneis! // Autotelefon – Der Podcast über Autos. // Jetzt abonnieren! Wir freuen uns über Bewertungen und Rezensionen! Kontakt zu uns bitte via http://instagram.com/autotelefonpodcast

Lessons from the Cockpit
The History of Air Refueling

Lessons from the Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 91:15


Welcome to the forty-second episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! How did the concept of air refueling get started and how long has it been around? The answer will surprise you... 1921 with a gas can on a man's back! Experimentation with air refueling methods continued with the flight of the Question Mark in 1929 and the first air refueling company with a patented system created in 1934. The air refueling world owes a lot to the Brits! How we went from prop to jet-engined tankers is a fascinating study in a channel to market brilliant move and risking an entire company in the 1954 air refueling tanker competition. Boeing lost the battle but won the war. The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported by Wall Pilot, aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. Order a four, six, or eight-foot-long vinyl print of a 420th ARS KB-50 drogue tanker, one of the first aircraft designed as an airborne tanker. The KC-135R Model from the 909th Air Refueling Squadron KC-135 is also available in the 1990s SHAMU paint scheme. A KC-10 "Gucci Bird from the 60th AMW or 305th AMW is also available from www.wallpilot.com. Video of air refueling over time can be seen here, the Question Mark refueling here, and operations over Afghanistan and Iraq here. Video of Tex Johnson barrel rolling the Dash 80 can be seen here. Thanks for downloading and listening! Please subscribe and leave a review of any episode on my website. Download this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast from my website at www.markhasara.com under the episodes pulldown tab.

Lessons From The Cockpit
The History of Air Refueling

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 91:16


Welcome to the forty-second episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast! How did the concept of air refueling get started and how long has it been around? The answer will surprise you... 1921 and a gas can on a man's back! Experimentation with air refueling methods continued with the flight of the Question Mark in 1929 and the first air refueling company with a patented system created in 1934. The air refueling world owes a lot to the Brits! How we went from prop to jet-engined tankers is a fascinating study in a channel to market and risking an entire company in the 1954 air refueling tanker competition. Boeing lost the battle but won the war.   The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported by Wall Pilot, aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. Order a four, six, or eight-foot-long vinyl print of a 420th ARS KB-50 drogue tanker, one of the first aircraft designed as an airborne tanker. The KC-135R Model from the 909th Air Refueling Squadron KC-135 is also available in the 1990s SHAMU paint scheme. A KC-10 "Gucci Bird from the 60th AMW or 305th AMW are also available from www.wallpilot.com. Video of air refueling over time can be seen here, the Question Mark refueling here, and operations over Afghanistan and Iraq here. Video of Tex Johnson barrel rolling the Dash 80 can be seen here. Thanks for downloading and listening! Please subscribe and leave a review of any episode on my website. Download this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast from my website at www.markhasara.com under the episodes pulldown tab.  

Squawk Ident - An Aviation Podcast
Flight 119 - Fumes & Bullet Point

Squawk Ident - An Aviation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 120:52 Very Popular


recorded on 22SEP2022 Welcome aboard Flight 119 of the Squawk Ident Podcast - Fumes & Bullet Points On today's flight, I am joined by Captain Roger, Alex, and Rob D. Together we will discuss the FAAs recent denial to Republic Airways' request to be exempted from the minimum ATP flight hour requirements, American Airlines' plans to close some Flight Attendant bases in California, Rob D's Fumes in the Cockpit event, Roger's ovation after the best landing his VIPs ever experienced, and we explore a Milan, Italy layover with Captain Keith. Jon Gruber sends us audio updates from the STIHL National Championship Air Races and Air Show in the Biggest Little City in the World, Reno, Nevada. We also explore Camron's feedback and question, “How do I ensure an interview at a Legacy Carrier?” All this and more on this the 119th episode of the Squawk Ident podcast. references: FAA Denies Republic Airways...link Colgan Flight 3407, wiki AA plans to close FA bases...link STIHL National Championship Air Races and Air Show Please visit Av8rtony.com for more show content, audio archives, cover art, Squawk Ident gear, audio feedback, and more. Original music & cover art by Av8rTony and produced at Av8r Sound Studios of Southern California. Alex D.'s intro - "19th Floor" by Bobby Richards Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube user just search Squawk Ident Podcast Copyright © Squawk Ident 2022, All Rights Reserved Copyright © Av8r Sound Studios 2022, All Rights Reserved Squawk Ident by Av8rTony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - 4.0 International License --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/support

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 260 - And/Or

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 59:29


This week Ryan absolutely enjoys a delicious and nutritious Bloody Mary as the guys discuss FOMO, their Inktober plans, and ANDOR. All that plus the usual nonsense, this week on The Illustrious Gentlemen. Subscribe, leave us a review and become a patron at www.patreon.com/super75studios. Learn how to support the show, listen to all the previous episodes, and buy our merch at www.tigshow.com Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #andor #ghosts #comicbookartists #beer #inktober --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Fate of Fact
September 21st: Flight 93 Cockpit Tape Is Reported

Fate of Fact

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 6:15 Very Popular


On September 21, 2001, the cockpit tape of Flight 93 is reported To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lessons From The Cockpit
Flying Broncos, Smurfs and Eagles with Jeff Fellmeth

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 107:05


Welcome to the forty-first episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast. Jeff Fellmeth, callsign Flounder, was my Boss at Kadena while assigned to 18 Wing Plans. We were busy. Flounder tells his exploits and lessons learned from flying the OV-10 Bronco over Europe to being one of the few people I know to fly the F-15C  and F-15E versions of the mighty Eagle fighter. Jeff and I had the great fortune of working for some of the best leaders in the Air Force while stationed at Kadena, without a doubt one of the top three greatest flying and educational experiences of my career. The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported by www.wallpilot.com, custom aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. Visit the Ready-to-Print section for 125 detailed prints of aircraft from World War II to Fifth Generation fighters. Wall Pilot also does custom aircraft with your name, unit, tail codes or bureau number, and the weapons load you ask for in a custom-drawn graphic. You can order a custom graphic at this link. Go order four, six, or eight-foot long prints of the F-15C from the 67th Fighting Cocks F-15C at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa and 335th Chiefs F-15E Strike Eagle as Jeff flew at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base from the Wall Pilot website in the Ready-to-Print section.  Wall Pilot's airplane images are printed on vinyl and can be peeled off to stick on any flat surface. Thanks for downloading and listening to this episode of Lessons from the Cockpit. This and previous episodes can be downloaded from my website under the Podcast pulldown. On next week's show listeners will learn the history of air refueling, from a five-gallon gas can on a man's back in 1921 to intense refueling operations over Afghanistan and Iraq in 2002.    

Aviatrix Book Review
Origin Story - Aviatrix Book Club and ‘Literary Aviatrix'

Aviatrix Book Review

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 36:31


As a high school drop-out, I enlisted in the Coast Guard when I was 18, and was a mother, a pilot, and an O-4 before I finally decided what I was interested in studying. My experience interdicting Haitian and Cuban Migrants for over a decade made me want to understand the history and politics behind the policies I was enforcing. I finally earned a Bachelor's Degree in International Relations and Political Science online with American Military University when I was 35 years old. The next year, the Coast Guard sent me to Harvard's Kennedy School of Government to earn a Master's in Public Administration.In this episode of the Aviatrix Book Review podcast, I talk about how that experience made me reflect on what I was truly passionate about, my circle of influence, and where I thought I could really effect change, and how all of that led me to the Aviatrix Book Club and ‘Literary Aviatrix'. I also share my vision for the future and express my deep gratitude to everyone who has brought their positive energy, participation, and encouragement to this project. I am so grateful for your support and friendship, and excited to connect with more of you in the future. Shouts out to: all of our Aviatrix Writers and Aviatrix Book Club members; Women in Aviation, International; Aviation for Women Magazine editor, Kelly Murphy; A Chick in the Cockpit's Erika Armstrong; and Shaesta Waiz and Michael Wildes of the Women Soar Group.  Links to everything: https://linktr.ee/literaryaviatrix

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 587: Air Force Pay Cut

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 8:06 Very Popular


Enlisted airmen who work in some of the Air Force's most difficult jobs will receive from $900 to $5,400 less annually beginning next month as the service faces financial challenges that affect the ranks. Hundreds of service members will see cuts to their Special Duty Assignment Pay, known as SDAP, in fiscal 2023 -- which starts Oct. 1. Those monthly payments, ranging from $75 to $450, were an extra incentive "to compensate enlisted service members who serve in duties which are extremely difficult," according to budget documents. "The Air Force saw an overall reduction of over $3 million to the FY23 SDAP budget based on fiscal constraints," service spokeswoman Laurel Falls told Military.com. "Due to the reduced funding levels, SDAP rates for 44 functional communities saw reductions." In the fiscal 2023 budget, the Air Force is asking the federal government for 30,845 airmen to receive the more than $90.2 million worth of Special Duty Assignment Pay. It's a lower figure than the last two years, being cut by $1.5 million and around 500 airmen, according to budget documents. For 2022, the Air Force asked for 31,334 airmen to receive $91.7 million; in 2021, the service asked for 30,967 airmen to receive $90.8 million in Special Duty Assignment Pay. The Air Force is facing a $3 million shortfall to the Special Duty Assignment Budget for 2023, according to the service. Air Force Headquarters held a meeting this past November to address the problem prior to crafting the 2023 budget, Falls told Military.com. To avoid the cuts, lawmakers would have to reinstate the Special Duty Assignment Pay difference in the 2023 budget proposal before it's approved by Congress and signed into law by President Joe Biden. The military's annual budget could be finalized later this year. Dozens of Air Force career fields will be affected by the cut to Special Assignment Duty Pay. One of those is recruiters. Air Force Recruiting Service recruiters are set to lose their $75 in special duty pay each month for fiscal 2023, which would add up to nearly $900 a year in lost wages. Losing the pay could be a blow to recruiters' morale as they face difficult challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, economic inflation and a shifting workforce. Maj. Gen. Ed Thomas, the head of the Air Force Recruiting Service, promised recruiters he would push for the extra pay to be reinstated in the next fiscal year. The general "recognizes the unique challenges Air Force recruiters and their families experience and he is working to have the monthly $75 payment restored in the future," spokesman Randy Martin told Military.com Here's a list of all the Air Force's special duty pay that would be reduced in fiscal 2023, according to budget documents: Recruiters Basic Military Training instructors Human Intelligence debriefers Combat Controllers Pararescue operators Command chief master sergeants First sergeants Defense Attaché Office (DAO) liaisons Nuclear Enterprise airmen Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) agents Air Traffic Control (ATC) supervisors Postal and National Defense Advisory Commission (NDAC) enablers Tactical Air Command and Control Party (TACP) operators Enlisted pilots and weapons directors Parachute instructors and those with test parachute program Flight attendants Mission system specialists Load masters USAF Honor Guards Special Reconnaissance operators Phoenix Raven Security Forces defenders Forward Area Refueling Point enablers Flying crew chiefs Defense couriers Airmen who support various commands Enlisted airmen who work with special government agencies Public affairs airmen assigned to recruiting squadrons Air transportation airmen Airmen assigned to special classified Air Force projects. PJ Roy Benavides: https://www.youtube.com/embed/i3nncd4sxaM Combat Controller John Chapman

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 259 - Readers for Your Mouth

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:13


This week Ryan tries a strong Pumpkin Ale, is still baffled by Welcome to Wrexham, and wonders why he can't get an invite to a comic con in Vegas. After that the guys delve into a chat about the pros and cons of being “a guy” or “the guy” when it comes to making comics. Learn how to support the show, listen to all the previous episodes, and buy our merch at www.tigshow.com Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #welcometowrexham #comicbookart #comicbookartists #beer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Throttled Adventures
Special Guests: Go Ruffly Around the World update with Jess and Greg

Throttled Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 95:49


We had another opportunity, as you will hear why in this episode, to talk to Jess and Greg Stone from GoRuffly and catch up on what they have been doing for the last 6 months. If you are not familiar with GoRuffly they are a Husband and Wife team that runs a business centered around riding with your dog on your motorcycle, and they offer products such as The Cockpit (custom engineered for your bike) for your dog and other items such as leashes, collars etc. If you want to follow them along their journey the links below will send you directly to their content.GoRuffly website: https://www.goruffly.com/world-adventure/ GoRuffly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjhpCP-HUlA&t=1s Follow Jess and Moxie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goruffly/ Visit our sponsors!MototomicMototomic has apparel for the motorcycle enthusiast designed by motorcycle enthusiasts.Booteechay MotoNeed some expert care for your ride?Moto Camp NerdOne stop motorcycle camping store!Join us on discord! Invite link: https://discord.gg/anM3S8VhXxSupport the show

Into the Fire at Burning Coal Theatre
EPISODE 89: David Wybrow of The Cockpit

Into the Fire at Burning Coal Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:38


On this episode, artistic director of the London theatre The Cockpit discusses Burning Coal's upcoming London production of TALLEY'S FOLLY. Time Stamps: Introduction, 0:00 What is the cockpit? 0:56 What's the community? 2:04 When did Dave join the cockpit? 4:20 Cockpit's building history: 4:40 Dave's Childhood 5:55 Dave's intro to theatre 12:20 Young people and theatergoing today 18:12 About New York voices: 22:37 How does Talley's Folley fit at cock pit? 24:40 Outro 29:29

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 258 - Leave Them Wanting More

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:52


This week the guys chat about Westworld, For All Mankind, Tucson, cheap drinks, and much more. Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #tv #westworld #forallmankind --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Copilots Review
Inside the Cockpit 26: AEW & CW Present Teen Drama

Copilots Review

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 33:24


Teen drama! A term that probably conjures to mind thoughts of channels like CW or Teen Nick. Seldom does the term seem to be what one would apply to professional wrestling but over the last week or so it is in fact probably the best term to describe the happenings in the backstage of All Elite Wrestling. But how can a wrestling company create more teen-like drama than, say, the CW? Join us in the cockpit as we discuss that very thing.If you want to check out the Curiosity format the website for the format is here.And links for SwordsandStatutes and Itta, the hosts of the format's tournament series, here.The Copilots Review Patreon page --> PatreonNew episodes on the 2nd and 22nd of every month, with interstitial episodes released on the 12th.You can find us on YouTube. Check us out here --> Copilots Review on YouTubeIf you would like to contact us or recommend a series for us to watch/listen/play/otherwise interact with and review you can email us at CopilotsReview@gmail.com or reach us on Twitter at @copilotsreview, or join the Discord or find all of these options at copilotsreview.simplecast.com. Thanks again!Lastly we want to thank Jessica Kuczynski! She designed our awesome podcast art. You can find her other work, her shop or commission her for original art at her website jessicakuczynski.com or at her twitter

What the Dice!?
S1 e76 Captian, cockpit, and clues

What the Dice!?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 44:47


the team has taken on the job of solving the death on the Murdock. With few clues and lots of motives the team starts their investigations

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 257 - Self-Image Problems

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 78:13


Image Comics is 30 years old and the guys chat about some of their favorite Image books, being Image creators themselves, which artists could break away now, and much much more. Including some Premier League talk and a brief discussion of a one-testicled bike riding champion. Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #makingcomics #comicbookart #rye #wildturkey #artists #imagecomics --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Aviation News Talk podcast
245 What You Need to Know about TIS, TAS, and ADS-B Traffic Systems + GA News

Aviation News Talk podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 55:36 Very Popular


245 What You Need to Know about TIS, TAS, and ADS-B Traffic Systems + GA News Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you're thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance, or to take my online seminar: So You Want to Fly or Buy a Cirrus. Join now as a member to support the show with a donation via PayPal or Patreon. Send us an email If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary 245 Max talks about Traffic Systems. Plus, GAMI's G100UL gains FAA approval for all piston engines! Traffic Information Service or TIS, Traffic Advisory Systems or TAS, and ADS-B systems call all be found in glass cockpit aircraft. Pilots need to learn the limitations of each system and their different traffic symbols to know the type of traffic system installed in each aircraft they fly. News Stories G100UL Fuel Approved by FAA AOPA article on G100UL Certification of remote tower at Loveland still years away Companion copilot video series released Two Pilots Are Under Investigation For a Brawl in the Cockpit 2022 Midyear Aircraft Deliveries Up Across Most Segments Free app could increase DPE availability by 20% Boat nearly collides with Floatplane with 'dangerous maneuvers' Searey sinks after hitting wave from a boat First flight out of maintenance goes awry Familiarization flight ends in crash Controller Story - Windy Mentioned in the Show #222 Interview of George Braly on G100UL Reddit: Checkride Etiquette for CFIs? The Psychology of Flying Max's Books – Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott's G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott's G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month,  you can get some goodies! So You Want To Learn to Fly or Buy a Cirrus seminars Online Version of the Seminar Coming Soon – Register for Notification Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we'll make a couple of dollars if you do. Check out our recommended Aviation Headsets, and order one for yourself! Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Check out Max's Online Courses: G1000 VFR, G1000 IFR, and Flying WAAS & GPS Approaches. Find them all at: https://www.pilotlearning.com/ Social Media Like Aviation News Talk podcast on Facebook Follow Max on Instagram Follow Max on Twitter Listen to all Aviation News Talk podcasts on YouTube or YouTube Premium Max Trescott is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

Podcast By George!
Podcast By George! #438 - Boxing Gloves in the Cockpit?

Podcast By George!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 60:56


Push play to listen here or WATCH on YouTube at:  https://youtu.be/NE38ErQb1dY

The Illustrious Gentlemen
Episode 256 - Get Off Our Lawn

The Illustrious Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 65:35


This week, two middle aged men discuss a new technology they know little to nothing about! A.I. generated art, is it good or bad? Dangerous or harmless? Who knows, certainly not us. All that plus bitching about pets and much more! Become a Patreon supporter at www.patreon.com/super75studios and get early versions of each episode plus much more. Visit www.tigshow.com/merch to pick up one of our new shirts, coasters or stickers! You can follow the show on twitter and Instagram at @tig_show. Our intro music is a sample from Cockpit, by Silent Partner. #podcasts #comics #makingcomics #comicbookart #vodkascrewdriver #aiart #midjourney --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message

Toucher & Rich
Danillo Gallinari Injury // Two Air France Pilots Fighting in Cockpit // The Stack - 8/29 (Hour 4)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 43:51


(00:00) Danillo Gallinari tore his meniscus in a FIBA World Cup qualifying game. How long will he have to sit out? And, who on the Celtics will fill Gallinari's minutes?  (15:01) Airports should be strictly business, according to Fred. Also, two Air France pilots were suspended after fighting each other in the cockpit.   (28:28) THE STACK     CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH  Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules  Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher  Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub  98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram