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  1. Bradley Bell

    Advice on Starting Again

    Sometimes the airplane makes all the difference. I was doing my initial flight training in a 182P and struggled with consistent landings even with stabilized approaches. Long story short, another instructor i was using (J3) suggested i try the ol' straight tail 182 ('56-'59), sure enough my...
  2. Bradley Bell

    How did you find aviation?

    My Father was an engineer at Boeing, we grew up around defense aviation but not general aviation. It wasn't until i went into the Military, U.S. Army, in the late '70s that i took to it. I was a crew chief on a C-12/U-21 out of Europe. After the military I went to A&P school, then avionics, and...