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Time to Spare? Go by Air!

2019-11-10T17:04:28-06:00November 10th, 2019|

Time to Spare? Go by Air! The Joys of Business Travel by Daniela Knoll As a licensed Sport Pilot, I truly enjoy recreation flying at Galt Airport (10C). Usually, I can’t wait to get inside the cockpit and hit the sky. Unfortunately, for some of us, our jobs require that we often fly a [...]

President’s Page – October 2019

2019-11-03T15:06:16-06:00November 3rd, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , |

President Report – Arnie Quast Hello EAA 932 Members! What a great month we’ve had as a chapter! October began with a well-attended chapter gathering. Author William Hazelgrove spoke about his recently published book, Wright Brothers, Wrong Story. The book tells a fascinating story of what went on between the two Wright brothers, their [...]

The Seabee Heebee Geebees

2019-10-31T19:33:50-06:00October 31st, 2019|

A Halloween Tale with apologies to Edgar Once upon a midnight dreary, as I labored slow and weary, To find the source of drips galore of oil upon my hangar floor. From whence they fell I could not tell, perchance from under the nacelle? Defeatedly, I slammed it shut, cracking my head upon the [...]

Gretchen Thennes Receives Upset Recovery Training

2019-10-27T19:25:42-06:00October 27th, 2019|

Back in September, I had the opportunity to do Upset Recovery Training with Prevailance Aerospace. I’m in my sophomore year at Liberty University and we have an opportunity to work with Prevailance during Commercial 2 for Upset Recovery Training and also during CFI for Spin Recovery. Preparation for the flights began the night before [...]

One from the Bucket List

2019-10-13T21:32:02-06:00October 13th, 2019|

“It’s been on my bucket list for years!” Justin exclaimed as I looked at his photos on the monitor. For the record, Justin Cleland is the J in JB Aviation, the company that runs the FBO at Galt Airport. The “it” on his bucket list is a flight to a tiny uninhabited, tree covered [...]

Cross-Country to Colorado

2019-10-06T11:56:46-06:00October 6th, 2019|

When Arnie Quast, President of EAA Chapter 932, first asked JT if he might like to come along on a cross-country flight to Colorado, JT hesitated - for a fraction of a second. JT, aka Justin Thuma, recipient of the first Ed Moricoli Memorial Scholarship and Treasurer of EAA 932, replied, "Heck, yeah!" and [...]