I didn't know they had a T-34, I thought. This looks like just the right thing for my spin endorsement. After all, it's aerobatic, it's got warbird flavor — the works.
Some years back. . .after I had been flying for a while, I became increasingly frustrated with the stodgy way in which I oriented to the checklist. I was committed to using it, but I felt like something was missing.
What is your take? Obviously, climate, airframe hours, history of abuse, etc. all weigh in on the matter. I can't help but be reflective of a sobering reality inherent in flying 30, 40, 50 year old airplanes.
Don talks with his friend Kenny Smith about airsickness the TEMCO T-35 Buckaroo and more.
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a social distancing, COVID-free Flight, Billie Holiday, Coronavirus, and German Polka...reflec
The undeniable breath of reality rushes in and demands to be breathed. The universe seems to demand an explanation of why you’re up from your perch.
Go ahead and try it. Channel your inner Sean D. Tucker. Seriously, go to the bathroom mirror right now and begin practicing, “yeah baby!”
For just a moment, at 1500 feet and beyond any evidence of modernity, imagination easily transported me to a time when these planes were the modern airships.
Thanks Facebook, now I know it’s been a decade rather than four or five years since I was in that bar with that coworker. And why did I think that hair look was a good idea? Nice.