Faces in Aviation: Bill Feuerstein, FAA Tech Center Engineer

My name is Bill Feuerstein, and I work in the lab engineering branch. My job, essentially, is to make sure that all the people that work at the Tech Center in the labs have the physical infrastructure they need to be able to perform their mission. Yeah, we’re bringing in a lot of labs at once in one space, and the reason to do that is so they can collaborate. There’s less miscommunication when you have an open environment. I

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Women in Aviation: Michelle Hoffmann

I’m Michelle Hoffmann Air Traffic Controller Falcon Field Mesa, Arizona. I signed up for the Air Force in 1999 and they had a job opportunity for air traffic control. I started researching different career fields and it came back to how much I did love the teamwork and the bigger system of the air traffic control and the public safety. And I was like, you know what I do want to try it on the civilian side. I’m here to

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Sci-Fi Short Film “The Long Slow Flight of the Ashbot” presented by DUST

– [Ashbot] Sometimes, when I think about time, I start to lose track of it. On the one hand, the cold is good for conductivity. But on the other hand, sunlight is so hard to come by that my heart ran down a long time ago. I’ve moved out of the galaxy, out of a cluster of galaxies, really. But occasionally, I collect enough starlight in my emergncy solar panel system to warm up my brain enough to allow a

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Sliding Screen Door Repair : Trimming the Mesh on a Sliding Screen Door

Hey Don Golden back with Expert Village. Were working on our screen door.Now Come across a challenging part here that were gonna have to work out together and that is lets reinstall the housing for your door handle. now this goes on the inside of your door which means that its going on, inside. This our inside here the face, its facing up. So we got to get this on here and the mesh and the spleen around it. Looks

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SOAR Webinar: Coordinated Assessment

– Welcome, and thank you for standing by. At this time, all participants are in a listen only mode. During the question and answer session, please press star and one on your touch-tone phone. Today’s conference is being recorded. If you have any objections, you may disconnect at this time. I will turn the meeting over to Miss Pam Heine. – Thank you. – You may go ahead. – Thank you, Mia. Good afternoon, and welcome to today’s SOAR webinar

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SOAR – Kicking Them While They’re Down – Shandra Forrest-Bank

– Hello. I am excited to be here. This is an opportunity for me to bring together my interests that are really my most passionate things. I used to work in addiction treatment for, I worked in a methadone clinic for a long time. And then I was associate director of adolescent programs, outpatient programs. And I study subtle forms of discrimination. So this kinda brings these things together. We called it Kicking Them While They’re Down: Stigma as a

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Business Aviation Allows Hormel to Stay True to Its Roots

Greg Vortherms: Hormel is a food company. They understand the need for safety and the resources designated for it so they back us up 100 percent on safety concerns. Week-to-week we have hazard reports that we keep on file. These, quarterly, we go through those. And we have what’s called a “safety action group” which is made up of one of our mechanics and three of the other pilots. Dave Trierwasser: And that’s when all these different hazard reports, any

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CAF Story | This Air Cadet Became an Aviation Technician for the Snowbirds

But there are still times I’ll be looking up and I’ll be watching, listening to the music. It makes me think there’s people in the crowd we’re making happy; we’re influencing younger people. From early on I knew I wanted to go into the Air Force because I like the structure of the cadet system. I’m a technical hands-on kind of guy, so it made sense to choose the path that I chose. I love my job a lot. A

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Milestones of the SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-1 Flight Test

American companies are in final preparations to launch astronauts to space from American soil. In February, SpaceX prepared for its first demonstration flight test from Kennedy Space Center. On March 2, the SpaceX Crew Dragon launched on its debut flight to the International Space Station. Docking to the space station on March 3, the Crew Dragon delivered 400+ pounds of supplies. Onboard is a lifelike test device named Ripley, outfitted with sensors monitoring for effects on humans. This is the

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Emirates Economy Class – Airbus A380 Flight to Prague (Review in 4k) 2019

Good morning all you wonderful people how are you traveling today? I hope you’re having a fantastic day. Today we are going on a long-haul flight with Emirates Airlines. This is my first time flying with Emirates and unfortunately this is not a sponsored post. I would love it to be but no I paid the ticket myself and I am flying from Johannesburg South Africa to Dubai which is a flight time of 8 hours and 15 minutes then

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