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The Honorable Company of Air Pilots Trophies & Awards 2014

NORTH AMERICAN REGION WINNERS: A USAF SPECIAL OPERATIONS SQUADRON, AN AVIATION LEADER, AND A COUPLE INSPIRING THOUSANDS OF PILOTS, ARE CHOSEN TO RECEIVE 2014 AWARDS The United States Air Force 3rd Special Operations Squadron has been chosen to receive the Johnston Memorial Trophy for its outstanding performance of airborne systems. The 3rd SOS operates the […]

Can Technology Really Make Us Safer?

Article appeared in Flying Magazine June, 2014 by Martha King – The “good ol’ days” of aviation often weren’t all that good. When I learned to fly instruments in 1970 in our Cherokee 140, we had a single navcom and no DME. Trying to determine my position by using cross-radials from nearby VORs often left […]

King Schools Alaskan Aviation Adventure Sweepstakes Includes Seaplane Rating and Bush Flying

Oshkosh, WI, July 28, 2014— Today, at AirVenture John and Martha King of King Schools announced their Alaskan Flying Adventure Sweepstakes. The winner will take home a package of prizes that includes an Alaskan flying vacation for two where the winner will earn their Seaplane Rating and also take a bush flying course. “Alaska has […]

The New Way Pilots Will Learn To Fly

Article appeared in Flying Magazine May , 2014 by John King – Flying is a risky activity. Many pilots would like to think otherwise, but this basic truth is being officially acknowledged by the FAA. They have recruited groups of highly qualified instructors, examiners, and course designers to collaborate to design an improved pilot evaluation […]