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I actually liked the reporting. It was "fun". Not stuffy like the old NASA. And they generally had the facts correct.
I'm a low wing guy but from what you're describing, a 182 will be perfect.
Regardless, start training right away in whichever is available. Don't...
"New Normal" that's how we got TSA
83-85 and 88-92. I ran the 2ID skydiving club and hitchhiked on the black hawks to Humphries many Saturday nights. Taxi to Osan, fly, return. I...
Now is always the best time to start.
Don't know where you're going or the options there, I started in the Osan AFB club in Korea.
...and the food at them is really, really good.
2 weeks applies to any company with under 500 employees. There is a separate section that makes FMLA paid too (beyond that), but a company under...
A lot of places around here had that rule until the CARE act. Now you are required to pay them at their full rate up to $511 per day, so that...
I'd guess cash flow. Even a 430 covers a years tie-down and maybe even insurance. But likely the plane is not flying...a bigger flag.
I think it's quite possible on the high end (King-air/PC-12/etc.) the demand (and thus prices) will go up. Executives on the cusp of corporate &...
Depends on the insurance policy, they vary.
Like the exam itself, it's covered more often than people think, but many of the FAA providers are...
Another vote for Orbi. Fast, works well, and easy to set up too.
A restaurant in my neighborhood announced they would pay the wait staff until they were allowed to re-open. They had to recant within 24 hours,...
"unintended consequences" of a carelessly thought through bill partially explain the 3M new unemployment claims.....so far.
Yup. That's exactly what it says.
For some needed perspective, NY times has a decent article comparing it to the Flu.
The debate is wether it’s worse than the flu. So shouldn’t the number be 57,000?
Huh? The last Pandemic was in 2009. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/2009-h1n1-pandemic.html
Two of them became famous, SARS and MERS. The rest never made it to the big leagues.
Are you talking about Siberia? Not many people there to begin with.