Gregg Leone: Aviation and the Evolution of Transportation

MITRE’s been working in aviation for over 60 years and has been integral to a number of projects with the FAA. Can you speak to one that has had a big safety impact? Safety’s always first. One of the things we’ve been in proud partnership with the FAA and industry on is a program called ASIAS and I will tell you this is going on probably its 11th year now—and talk about positive impacts of this program. This is a

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Young Aviation Professional Award 2019 finalist, Jack Scott

I’m Jack. I’m from NZ drones. NZ drones is an aerial drone company that specializes in aerial cinematography, aerial mapping and asset inspections. Being a CAA Part 102 operator allows us to do operations from flying over people, flying over property flying over 400 feet and flying at night time; and also within controlled airspace. Being nominated for the award is a great accolade to have as it shows that my company is professional and we’ve got all the right

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explainity® Erkärvideo: “Living a day without aviation and space travel.” – BDLI

Ian sits at the breakfast table, eating a pineapple and drinking a cup of coffee. On the radio, a reporter is giving a live account of a space rocket launch. A thought comes into his mind. What if nobody had ever invented rockets, airplanes or satellites? The notion seems a bit absurd. But seriously! He wouldn’t have heard anything about the rocket launch. And other news from around the world he would only find out about days later. And the

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Aviation Weekly #9 – Drones For Good, Free Helicopter Training Checklist, Dream Chaser

It’s Friday September 1st and here is Aviation Weekly #9. In this edition: 1. Three ways in which drones are helping save people and animals. 2. Free checklist for aspiring helicopter pilots. 3. Development of Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser reaches another milestone. Hello, my name is Ben Lovegrove and here is this week’s round-up of aviation news from high altitude to below 400 feet. Each week I bring you selected stories in the worlds of airlines, flight training, aviation

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Mr Orlando’s Joy of Art: Kite | CBC Kids

Mr O:This is the Joy of the Art with Mr Orlando.And that is why they say, “Hats off to you.” Oh! [chuckles] Hello. And hats off to you too as well. Oh you are just in time, my friend Lucy and I were just about to embark on an artventure. Hi, Lucy. Hi. Hi, oh no. Tell our friends what are we going to be painting today. A kite! Oh, such a good idea, Lucy, wonderful. That’s right, now aviation

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Aviation Careers Education (ACE) Academy 2012 at Van Nuys Airport

/Music/ /Music/ /Music/ /Music/ /Music/ /Music/ Everybody, welcome! We are going to have a fabulous time. We’re gonna go to about seventeen different places and learn a lot about careers in aviation. My name is Martin O’Connell and I decided to become part of the ACE program because I’m just really interested in flight. Ever since maybe I was like..6? 7? around that age and I built models and things so I thought this would be a great opportunity for

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“A Brief History of Aviation” by David Henderson

(tool grinds) – While the three pieces in this show is the biggest piece is the one I’m sitting in right now which is titled A Brief History of Aviation. And the genesis of it originally is from a cathedral in England called Bath Abbey which is built in the 16th century and which employs a kind of a vaulting in the ceiling called fan vaulting which is only used in England. It’s only used in about a dozen places

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