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*******www.tombraideraviatrixskin.blogspot****/ Today with this full video tutorial will show you how to get Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin for free on Xbox 360 and PS3 game. This is rare downloadable Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin to get it for free on your game. Visit following web site and get more information about this; *******www.tombraideraviatrixskin.blogspot****/ When you got your Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin code, visit your game Marketplace and redeem the code. After that you will able to unlock and download Exclusive Aviatrix Skin for free on Tomb Raider Game.. Any more questions, you can send us a comment about it via our web site. Thank you and enjoy the game.
7 Mar 2013
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*******www.tombraideraviatrixskin.blogspot****/ Today with this full video tutorial will show you how to get Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin for free on Xbox 360 and PS3 game. This is rare downloadable Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin to get it for free on your game. Visit following web site and get more information about this; *******www.tombraideraviatrixskin.blogspot****/ When you got your Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin code, visit your game Marketplace and redeem the code. After that you will able to unlock and download Exclusive Aviatrix Skin for free on Tomb Raider Game.. Any more questions, you can send us a comment about it via our web site. Thank you and enjoy the game.
7 Mar 2013
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*******www.aviatrixskindlcfree.blogspot****/ This video tutorial will show you how to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC full game free on your Xbox 360 and PS3. This is very rare opportunity to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC game for free! So, to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC full game for free, you just have to visit the site mentioned in the Video or click on the Link below. *******www.aviatrixskindlcfree.blogspot****/ After downloading the application, just follow the instructions given on the web site or the video to learn how to use the application. After doing the steps correctly, you will be able to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC full game for free on your Xbox 360 or PS3. Have any questions? Feel free to pm me or leave a comment on my website! Thank you. Enjoy the game! Game Info : Tomb Raider delivers an intense and gritty story of the origins of Lara Croft and her ascent from frightened young woman to hardened survivor, armed with only raw instincts and the physical ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance. Superb physics-based gameplay is paired with a heart-pounding narrative in Lara's most personal, character-defining adventure to date.
9 Mar 2013
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*******www.aviatrixskindlcfree.blogspot****/ This video tutorial will show you how to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC full game free on your Xbox 360 and PS3. This is very rare opportunity to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC game for free! So, to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC full game for free, you just have to visit the site mentioned in the Video or click on the Link below. *******www.aviatrixskindlcfree.blogspot****/ After downloading the application, just follow the instructions given on the web site or the video to learn how to use the application. After doing the steps correctly, you will be able to download Tomb Raider Aviatrix Skin DLC full game for free on your Xbox 360 or PS3. Have any questions? Feel free to pm me or leave a comment on my website! Thank you. Enjoy the game! Game Info : Tomb Raider delivers an intense and gritty story of the origins of Lara Croft and her ascent from frightened young woman to hardened survivor, armed with only raw instincts and the physical ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance. Superb physics-based gameplay is paired with a heart-pounding narrative in Lara's most personal, character-defining adventure to date.
9 Mar 2013
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Anne is lonely. She lives with her mother, has no friends, and is fighting cancer. Her escape from reality exists in the form of The Aviatrix, an intergalactic superhero alter ego who rockets through space to fight the powers of evil on distant planets.
18 Feb 2010
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The 19th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference is now history but statistics showed it to be the organization's biggest Conference ever, and both ANN and Aero-TV were there to cover it all. "By all accounts, this has been one heck of a successful Conference," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. We couldn't agree more. Attendance reached a new high with 3,320 women and men registered. More than 250 of the Conference-goers were from the military, also a new record. The Exhibit Hall was the biggest ever with 151 separate companies and organizations on display, representing all aspects of the aviation community. $710,855 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. The WAI silent auction raised $28,000 for WAI's Endowment Fund, also a new record, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $563,000. The money in the Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. At the Conference, WAI and the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) announced a partnership for EAA AirVenture 2008 called WomenVenture, a series of seminars, speakers and networking events all week long at AirVenture 2008, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to highlight both women's historical and contemporary role in aviation. WomenVenture culminates on Friday, August 1, with WAI's Celebrity Breakfast at the Nature Center on-site, followed by the gathering of the largest number of women pilots in history assembled at the show's AeroShell Square. "This is a dynamic time for Women in Aviation, International, as we continue in our mission to spread the word about the passion, excitement and career opportunities aviation offers to more and more women," said Dr. Chabrian. Plans are underway for the next International WAI Conference. "Ours is a Conference like no other. The positive energy here must be experienced to be believed," said Dr. Chabrian. The 20th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia, from February 26-28, 2009. Join Aero-TV For A Look At 2008's Annual Women In Aviation Conference! FMI: www.wai**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
22 Apr 2008
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Aero-TV Profiles The Dash For A Cure -- ALS Awareness In Flight Two Pilots Attempt To Set A Record And Raise Much-Needed Money To Fight A Deadly Disease As noted in the ANN story that profiles the magnificent efforts of two flyers to race around the world and raise money to fight ALS. CarolAnn Garratt and Carol Foy, who have family members diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, will circumnavigate the world in seven days, in a small Mooney M20, attempting to shatter a world record to raise money and awareness for ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. It will be an extraordinary trip... From central Florida, the two will fly non-stop across the United States to San Diego, California. After a quick gas stop and supply replenishments they will set out for Lihue, Hawaii, taking on a trip of approximately 16 hours of flying -- with good tailwinds. Leaving Hawaii, their second longest leg is ahead of them, 3202 nautical miles to Guam. They hope to catch 25 to 30 knot tail winds to help them along. There will be a time and distance check during this leg at which time they might decide to deviate to an extra stop in the Marshall Islands, if necessary. After Guam they'll head for Thailand, another 2618 nautical miles, almost 3000 statute miles, where they will be met by friends (which, they note, is always helpful in a foreign country). This is especially important on this trip to facilitate re-fueling and landing and departure paperwork. An oil and filter change and engine check will be performed during this stop. Leaving Thailand, Garratt and Foy have a long leg across India to Oman then will head down the Gulf of Aden to Djibouti. Crossing Africa they will only stop once in Bamako, Mali, then fly to the Cape Verde Islands off the west coast of Africa. This is a regular jumping off point for sailors and pilots crossing the Atlantic Ocean. With good tailwinds, they will be on their longest non-stop leg, 3303 nautical miles, directly home to Florida. If a low pressure develops during their trip and brings headwinds, they'll have one more stop in the Caribbean, then a short 7 hour final leg home. Aero-TV and ANN wish them great luck and tailwinds... Join Aero-TV On An Around The World Chat With CarolAnn Garratt and Carol Foy! FMI: www.alsworldflight****, www.als****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
1 Dec 2008
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Aviation's Most Positive Gathering Takes Atlanta by Storm The theme for the 20th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference, concluded late last month, was "A New Approach for Your Tomorrow," but the Conference's underlying thrust was unquestionably jobs and the economy. Despite furloughs, fears and dwindling retirement funds, Conference-goers were full of determined optimism about their futures. Those WAI members who have spent their careers in the aviation industry were quick to assure younger attendees that the aviation industry operates in cycles and this one, too, shall pass. "Companies and organizations continue to hire, and we had active career recruiting by many of our exhibitors, especially for mechanics and technicians, but also for pilots, air traffic controllers and other positions as well," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. "Our members and Conference attendees are proactive and steadfast; they are the top-tier candidates that any employer would want to hire." Conference highlights included: o Attendance reached nearly 3,000 women and men, including representatives from 15 countries. o The Exhibit Hall displayed 125 separate companies and organizations, representing all aspects of the aviation community o $459,450 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. o The WAI silent auction raised $18,500 for WAI's Endowment Fund, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $629,500. The money in the WAI Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. o WAI member Arlynn McMahon was named the 2009 National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year. She is a chief flight instructor, a ground instructor, and the training center manager for Aero-Tech, a Part 141 Cessna Pilot Center at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport (LEX). McMahon is the first woman in 14 years to achieve this distinction. In another positive development, the Experimental Aircraft Association announced at the Conference that the organization will continue its partnership with Women in Aviation, International, to manage and host WomenVenture during EAA AirVenture 2009. This is the second year for WomenVenture, a week-long initiative to showcase women's aviation achievements while attracting more women to aviation by making resources and information more accessible and visible to them. Five women were inducted into WAI's International Pioneer Hall of Fame including Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier; Patricia Malone, a US Navy WAVE who trained aircraft carrier-based pilots on instrument flight procedures; Ruth Nichols who holds more than 35 women's aviation records; Dawn Seymour, the first woman accepted into the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) at Cornell University, and who later was chosen for the WASP program; and Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova, one of the most famous Soviet women to fly in a male combat regiment during World War II and holder of the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Added Dr. Chabrian, "This Conference was a celebration of 20 years of Women in Aviation conferences, and a rededication of our commitment to look forward by providing career opportunities for women in all aspects of the aviation community while looking back to recognize and honor the accomplishments of the determined women who made today's accomplishments and career choices possible." The 21st Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando, from February 25-27, 2010. As always, ANN will be there. Aero-TV Enjoys The Positive Energy At 'Women in Aviation 2009' FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
16 Mar 2009
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A Three Question Survey Of This Year's Amazing Women In Aviation Conference At a number of the more intriguing special events that ANN and Aero-TV partake in, we engage in an interesting exercise in which we pose at least three questions to a dozen or so of those attending to gauge the mood on a range of issues pertaining to the subject at hand. This year's Women In Aviation Event was ripe for another such pursuit. Of the three topics raised this year, one was the obvious issue of whether or not there was still a perceptible level of discrimination against women in the aviation industry, the second was whether or not the current economic issues might make it easier or more difficult for women to enter this industry -- and finally (today's episode), what advice our respondents might have for a women looking to the aviation world with her feet on the ground but stars in her eyes... The theme for the 20th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference was "A New Approach for Your Tomorrow," but the Conference's underlying thrust was unquestionably jobs and the economy. Despite furloughs, fears and dwindling retirement funds, Conference-goers were full of determined optimism about their futures. Those WAI members who have spent their careers in the aviation industry were quick to assure younger attendees that the aviation industry operates in cycles and this one, too, shall pass. "Companies and organizations continue to hire, and we had active career recruiting by many of our exhibitors, especially for mechanics and technicians, but also for pilots, air traffic controllers and other positions as well," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. "Our members and Conference attendees are proactive and steadfast; they are the top-tier candidates that any employer would want to hire." Conference highlights included: Attendance reached nearly 3,000 women and men, including representatives from 15 countries. The Exhibit Hall displayed 125 separate companies and organizations, representing all aspects of the aviation community $459,450 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. The WAI silent auction raised $18,500 for WAI's Endowment Fund, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $629,500. The money in the WAI Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. Five women were inducted into WAI's International Pioneer Hall of Fame including Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier; Patricia Malone, a US Navy WAVE who trained aircraft carrier-based pilots on instrument flight procedures; Ruth Nichols who holds more than 35 women's aviation records; Dawn Seymour, the first woman accepted into the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) at Cornell University, and who later was chosen for the WASP program; and Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova, one of the most famous Soviet women to fly in a male combat regiment during World War II and holder of the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Added Dr. Chabrian, "This Conference was a celebration of 20 years of Women in Aviation conferences, and a rededication of our commitment to look forward by providing career opportunities for women in all aspects of the aviation community while looking back to recognize and honor the accomplishments of the determined women who made today's accomplishments and career choices possible." The 21st Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando, from February 25-27, 2010. As always, ANN will be there. Aero-TV Asks Three Questions At The 2009 Women In Aviation Conference (Part 3)! FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
3 Apr 2009
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A Three Question Survey Of This Year's Amazing Women In Aviation Conference At a number of the more intriguing special events that ANN and Aero-TV partake in, we engage in an interesting exercise in which we pose at least three questions to a dozen or so of those attending to gauge the mood on a range of issues pertaining to the subject at hand. This year's Women In Aviation Event was ripe for another such pursuit. Of the three topics raised this year, one was the obvious issue of whether or not there was still a perceptible level of discrimination against women in the aviation industry, the second (today's episode) was whether or not the current economic issues might make it easier or more difficult for women to enter this industry -- and finally, what advice our respondents might have for a women looking to the aviation world with her feet on the ground but stars in her eyes... The theme for the 20th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference was "A New Approach for Your Tomorrow," but the Conference's underlying thrust was unquestionably jobs and the economy. Despite furloughs, fears and dwindling retirement funds, Conference-goers were full of determined optimism about their futures. Those WAI members who have spent their careers in the aviation industry were quick to assure younger attendees that the aviation industry operates in cycles and this one, too, shall pass. "Companies and organizations continue to hire, and we had active career recruiting by many of our exhibitors, especially for mechanics and technicians, but also for pilots, air traffic controllers and other positions as well," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. "Our members and Conference attendees are proactive and steadfast; they are the top-tier candidates that any employer would want to hire." Conference highlights included: Attendance reached nearly 3,000 women and men, including representatives from 15 countries. The Exhibit Hall displayed 125 separate companies and organizations, representing all aspects of the aviation community $459,450 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. The WAI silent auction raised $18,500 for WAI's Endowment Fund, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $629,500. The money in the WAI Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. Five women were inducted into WAI's International Pioneer Hall of Fame including Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier; Patricia Malone, a US Navy WAVE who trained aircraft carrier-based pilots on instrument flight procedures; Ruth Nichols who holds more than 35 women's aviation records; Dawn Seymour, the first woman accepted into the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) at Cornell University, and who later was chosen for the WASP program; and Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova, one of the most famous Soviet women to fly in a male combat regiment during World War II and holder of the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Added Dr. Chabrian, "This Conference was a celebration of 20 years of Women in Aviation conferences, and a rededication of our commitment to look forward by providing career opportunities for women in all aspects of the aviation community while looking back to recognize and honor the accomplishments of the determined women who made today's accomplishments and career choices possible." The 21st Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando, from February 25-27, 2010. As always, ANN will be there. Aero-TV Asks Three Questions At The 2009 Women In Aviation Conference (Part 2)! FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
3 Apr 2009
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Another Truly Fascinating Interview From WAI 2009! Lt. Colonel Jacqui Marty is a woman to this nation owes a great deal... and yet, during an interview with Aero-TV, Marty spent a considerable time telling us about all those she feels a debt to. That's the kind of person that flies an unarmed tanker into combat, time and time again, all over the world. An American Woman In Combat... As ANN's Gina Doughty told us a few weeks ago, Jacqui Marty looks like an ordinary woman. At least, she looks as ordinary as anyone can, wearing a well-worn flight suit with a Lieutenant Colonel's insignia, sitting on a panel with four other women telling "Stories from the War Front." A combat-experienced Air Force pilot who can claim to have traveled to every State and a dozen foreign countries, she's got a few stories to share. "We were scared and excited," she says bluntly, describing the sleepless night her crew spent before a sortie over Kosovo. She describes her emotions with the same factual simplicity that she describes her aircraft. But even on the front lines she found moments of levity. In the air her copilot--another female Air Force pilot on her first combat mission--exclaimed excitedly that there must be a celebration going on below. "She said, 'Look, they're shooting off fireworks!'" Marty says with a small laugh. "I told her, 'Uh, that's not fireworks. They are actually shooting at us." She is quick to reassure, "We were high enough it wasn't a factor." She adds thoughtfully, "But is sure was something to see." Marty recounts another story of being stranded in Thailand after a hydraulic failure on her KC-10. After several days and many phone calls to coordinate the arrival of parts and personnel to effect repairs, she caught the attention of the staff at the hotel. When asked, the Thai member of Marty's crew attempted explain that she was the commanding officer, in charge of a nine-person crew--which happened to be all male. Marty said "She understood the words, but couldn't grasp the concept of a woman in charge." After an extensive explanation, Marty's crew member eventually got the message across. "Suddenly it was like the Red Sea parting when I walked into a room. They bowed and smiled [when they greeted me]. I went to my room and there was a huge fruit basket. It was very nice, but I thought it was a little late for a welcome basket," she recalls. "When I found out what had happened, you can bet I took advantage of that as often as I could!" She says with a laugh. Able to pursue a career, given recognition and status equal to that of men, allowed the same opportunities, Marty expresses empathy for women denied such things. She struggles to find the words, and emotion fogs her voice as she continues, "It was then that I realized... how lucky I am to be an American woman, with the rights and freedoms we have... I'm very grateful." Aero-TV Spends Some Illuminating Moments With 'A Woman In Combat' (Part 1) FMI: www.march.afrc.af.mil, www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
6 Apr 2009
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Being A Woman In Aviation Proves That The Sky Is NO Limit! I'll admit that this is a feature story that I've been looking forward to... years ago, I was privileged to give Amy Laboda her first assignments as an aviation writer and have been pleased to see what she has made of the opportunities. Determined to work past all obstacles, Amy's has had a career worth noting. Flying is in the Laboda family, and Amy took up the sport at 15 years of age. She soloed at 16 and earned her private pilot certificate two days after her 17th birthday. She continued flying while earning a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York; by the time she graduated she was an instrument-rated commercial pilot and before the year was out she had earned her instructor's rating. A short career in the United States Peace Corps as a health educator is all that has interrupted her aviation career since then. Amy has taught students how to fly in California, Texas, New York and Florida. She's towed gliders, flown ultralights, wrestled with aerobatics and even dabbled in skydiving. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating, multiengine and single-engine flight instructor ratings, as well as glider and gyroplane ratings. She's an aircraft owner (an experimental and a factory built machine), too. She joined the staff of Flying Magazine in 1988 as an editor, where she contributed to the development and expansion of the magazine's training department. In 1991 she left Flying and created her own company, Marketing Arts. Through Marketing Arts Amy had done free-lance editorial writing for several different venues, including Flight Training, Dive Training, Reader's Digest, and many others. She also does marketing consulting in aviation publishing, Healthcare, education, computer software and flight training. She's edited several textbooks, including Flying Ultralights, Principles of Helicopter Flight, and The Pilot's Manual series of textbooks, and written a Meteorology online course as an Adjunct Professor for Utah Valley State University's online University program. In 2001 Amy became the Editor in Chief of Aviation For Women magazine, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International, an nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women find career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. Amy was a founding board member of Women in Aviation, International. She is also a member of the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Amy Laboda is an FAA FAAST Team representative on the national level, and speaks regularly at large aviation events, including the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. Aero-TV Spends Time With WAI's Amy Laboda FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
15 Apr 2009
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Being A Woman In Aviation Proves That The Sky Is NO Limit! I'll admit that this is a feature story that I've been looking forward to... years ago, I was privileged to give Amy Laboda her first assignments as an aviation writer and have been pleased to see what she has made of the opportunities. Determined to work past all obstacles, Amy's has had a career worth noting. Flying is in the Laboda family, and Amy took up the sport at 15 years of age. She soloed at 16 and earned her private pilot certificate two days after her 17th birthday. She continued flying while earning a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York; by the time she graduated she was an instrument-rated commercial pilot and before the year was out she had earned her instructor's rating. A short career in the United States Peace Corps as a health educator is all that has interrupted her aviation career since then. Amy has taught students how to fly in California, Texas, New York and Florida. She's towed gliders, flown ultralights, wrestled with aerobatics and even dabbled in skydiving. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating, multiengine and single-engine flight instructor ratings, as well as glider and gyroplane ratings. She's an aircraft owner (an experimental and a factory built machine), too. She joined the staff of Flying Magazine in 1988 as an editor, where she contributed to the development and expansion of the magazine's training department. In 1991 she left Flying and created her own company, Marketing Arts. Through Marketing Arts Amy had done free-lance editorial writing for several different venues, including Flight Training, Dive Training, Reader's Digest, and many others. She also does marketing consulting in aviation publishing, Healthcare, education, computer software and flight training. She's edited several textbooks, including Flying Ultralights, Principles of Helicopter Flight, and The Pilot's Manual series of textbooks, and written a Meteorology online course as an Adjunct Professor for Utah Valley State University's online University program. In 2001 Amy became the Editor in Chief of Aviation For Women magazine, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International, an nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women find career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. Amy was a founding board member of Women in Aviation, International. She is also a member of the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Amy Laboda is an FAA FAAST Team representative on the national level, and speaks regularly at large aviation events, including the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. Aero-TV Spends Time With WAI's Amy Laboda (Part 2) FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
16 Apr 2009
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Another Of Our Favorite "Under-Recognized" Friends, Bridgette Doremire Is An Aero-Powerhouse One of the greatest of the many joys that comes our way are the friendships and relationships we develop with hundreds of people each year... some of whom truly impress us even though the normal rank and file of aviation rarely hear of them. It's our job to fix that, here and there. Bridgette Doremire is a good person to add to that group. Bridgette is a Master CFI, CFII, MEI, and Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic. She is an FAA Safety Team (FAAST) Volunteer and a Proficiency Instructor for both Cessna and Cirrus Pilot Associations. In those capacities, she has delivered lectures on GPS and Advanced Avionics at locations throughout California. As an avionics technician, she has conducted several IFR certification test flights for GPS, MFD, TCAD, Autopilot, FMS, and other avionics installations. She is the author of over 30 Qref Avionics & GPS Checklists and has published one book, “Flight Instructor Notebook”, a lesson plan guide for upcoming flight instructors plus sage advice on day-to-day flight instruction. Bridgette’s articles have appeared in numerous magazines and is active on many online aviation forums. Bridgette became a Master CFI in 2004 and a Cirrus Standardized Instructor in June 2005. She is a member of AOPA and NAFI. She is also a FAA Remedial Training Program Instructor for the Van Nuys FSDO. Bridgette specializes in GPS and Advanced Avionics Instruction. More than just learning the knob twists and button presses, Bridgette teaches integration of the GPS into the flying process. A member of the FAA/Industry Training Standards Program (FITS), she has authored two FAA-Accepted courses with several more pending FAA review. These courses integrate scenario-based training with advanced avionics and GPS, real training for today’s flying. Aero-TV Meets Up With CFI/Author/Aero-Advocate Bridgette Doremire At WAI 2009 FMI: www.slantgolf****, www.qref****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
11 May 2009
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Arlynn McMahon Takes Flight Instruction To New Heights We've still got a big smile on our face over the few days we spent at this year's Women In Aviation Conference... and not just because ANN's Jim Campbell got to play token male among the thousands of aero-minded women in attendance -- but simply for the positive vibe and the many great people we met, got to know and interviewed. One of the most memorable was a woman by the name of Arlynn McMahon, the newly minted National CFI of the Year for 2009. Arlynn, founding member of the SAFE movement, is also a chief flight instructor, a ground instructor, and the training center manager for Aero-Tech, a Part 141 Cessna Pilot Center at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport. Arlynn is a Master CFI who specializing in training future and current CFIs, and also carries the distinction of serving as a Designated Pilot Examiner and an FAA Safety Team representative. As noted above, McMahon is also a charter member of the Society of Aviation & Flight Educators. Arlynn is an active Multi-Engine Airline Transport Pilot as well as an active FAA Gold Seal CFI. She has been recognized by the National Association of Flight Instructors as a NAFI Master Instructor, and is a Cessna Factory FITS Authorized Instructor (CFAI). Her nearly 11,000 accident-free, incident-free violation-free hours range in a variety of Piper, Cessna, and Beech single and cabin-class multis. She has piloted aircraft for: banner tow, aerial traffic, fire patrol, maintenance-ferry pilot and instructor pilot. She served as Aero-Tech's Air-Taxi line pilot from 1981 to 1997 and as 135 Chief Pilot/Director of Operations from 1981 to 1995 for CE414 & BE58. Arlynn has enjoyed flying as PIC in Alaska, Canada, throughout the Caribbean, Central America and in each of the 48 Contiguous States in general aviation aircraft. A flight instructor since 1980, she has logged over 7,000 hours of dual given. She is an active FAA Accident Prevention Counselor and was the 1991 FAA Regional Flight Instructor of the Year. Arlynn specializes in teaching Aeronautical Decision-Making and Cockpit-Risk Management to the aircraft owner/non-professional pilot. In the 43-year history of the GA Awards program, we've learned that only seven women have earned the national recognition of CFI Of The Year, while Arlynn is the first woman in 14 years to earn this honor. Aero-TV Learns A Few Things From the 2009 National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year, Arlynn McMahon FMI: www.wai****, www.aerotech****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
11 Jun 2009
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