• A different role for the iconic Huey0

    A different role for the iconic Huey The distinctive “thwop thwop” of the 48-foot rotor diameter, Lycoming T53-powered helicopter that is reminiscent of American troops disembarking during Vietnam can only be attributed to one helicopter – the Huey. Bell Helicopter’s UH-1, labeled the most successful rotorcraft in aviation history, was first manufactured in 1956 to

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  • The perfect turbine barbecue recipe0

    Here is a very good recipe for barbecuing your turbine engine. Ingredients: • One turbine engine • One low battery • One quart of fuel • 20 seconds of rapid temp rise • 30 seconds of concentration • One quart of your best barbecue sauce The ingredients can be mixed in a little at a

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  • The normalization of deviance0

    The normalization of deviance When you have invested a couple hours of your time listening to a speaker, it is always good that you take away with you at least one good item from the speech. Recently, I attended the Kick-Off Breakfast at NAAA’s 50th Anniversary Convention in Long Beach, California. The speaker was Colonel

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  • Obituary for Eddie Henry Andrews0

    Obituary for Eddie Henry Andrews By Bruce Andrews December 6, 2016 started as usual here at Bruce’s Flying Service, Inc. But, quickly changed with the passing of Eddie Andrews. Eddie and I started working together 37 years ago here in Arlington, Georgia for my dad and Eddie’s brother, Fred Andrews. Eddie and I was taught

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  • EPA Requires Stronger Standards for Applying the Riskiest Pesticides0

    Improved training and minimum age requirements will help protect people and the environment. WASHINGTON–The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is finalizing standards for applicators who apply restricted-use pesticides that are not available for purchase by the general public, and require special handling. “We are committed to keeping our communities safe, protecting our environment and protecting

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  • AAAA Hosts Arkansas Ag Secretary0

    AAAA Hosts Arkansas Ag Secretary On December 9th several members of the AAAA hosted Arkansas Ag Secretary and the Arkansas Department of Aeronautics at Tommy’s Flying Service in Sherrill. Tommy Anderson, Michael Hutchins, Jerald Burns, Derek Hallum, Brian Hawkins, David Strohl, and Dennis Gardisser along with Executive Director, Katherine Holmstrom and Melissa Moody and David

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