Two for two?
Check out the San Jose Mercury News today.
Columnist Mark Purdy gives us a shout out as the "local team" in the upcoming Rose Bowl this Monday.
Mark had the chance to speak with Will Spivey, mechanic/inspector (and former defense for San Jose State Spartans), and Ben Travis, Pilot for the story.
As to who will end up on top - Wisconsin Badgers or Oregon Ducks - we shall soon know!
Things airship related and the back story on operating the Airship Ventures Zeppelin “Eureka” in the USA.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Friday, December 30, 2011
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Thursday, December 29, 2011
Palos Verdes Lighthouse
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Collapsed Section of Road
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Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Presenting on Flight Training and Simulation
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Monday, December 5, 2011
Roger Munk and George Spyrou
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Upper Platform L30
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Zeppelin Tail Gunner
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Fokker D-VIII at Museum of Flight
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Aachen Model Airship Regatta
To coincide with the event, a group of European airship modelers held an "Airship Regatta" at the same time. Past events have taken place all over Germany, as well as in the UK and Italy.
If you would be interested in seeing a similar event take place in the United States, either to participate with a design, or as a spectator to watch the airships compete, let us know via a comment to the blog.
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Location: Aachen, Germany
Airships to the Arctic
|A Full House for Airships to the Arctic at the Edgewater Hotel|
A number of us (Joanne, Francis and myself) are in attendance this week at the Airships to the Arctic conference in Seattle. Earlier today we presented our experiences and lessons learned during the "Farmers Airship Covering Communities" coast to coast tour this past summer. Tomorrow Francis (special missions manager) will be doing a presentation on airship flight simulators and our LTA pilot training program.
The conference is a gathering of airship operators, airship vendors, government agencies, and commercial customers looking at the challenges and opportunities of operating airships in the arctic, with a particular focus on Alaska and the northern territories of Canada.
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Location: 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121, USA
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