Archive for the ‘Hangar Talk’ Category
Hangar Talk Interview #5 – Interview with Milton Erdmann, WWII B-24 Pilot
Hangar Talk with Milton Erdmann, former B-24 Liberator pilot, who describes his experiences flying during World War II with JetAviator7. I met Milt at a church outing when he sat across from me wearing a B-24 ball cap which, of course, started our conversation.
On 9-11-42 while attending Michigan State University Milton enlisted in the Army Air Corps to be trained as a pilot. He continued his senior year in college while he was inactive, in reserves, until he graduated from MSU in 1943. Milt had joined to become an Aviation Cadet with hopes of becoming a pilot.
Hangar Talk Interview #4 – Who Else Would Like To Fly For The Regional Airlines?Hangar Talk with Susan Sherman, a young woman who flies as First Officer on Q400 76-seat turboprop aircraft for Horizon Aviation and JetAviator7.
Listen as we discuss how Susan got into aviation, her earlier experiences as she trained to become a professional airline pilot, and discover what life as an airline pilot really is like today. There is no doubt – you will find this interview both interesting and informative, and help you to understand what flying with the airlines is like.
Hangar Talk Interview #3 – All Things Aviation Interviews Chris Muklevicz Of AmSafe
Today we are talking with Chris Muklevicz, Vice President of Sales at AmSafe Aviation, Inc. AmSafe Aviation is a world leader in aviation seatbelts, aviation cargo restraint systems and the all new Seatbelt Airbag system for general aviation aircraft. These new seatbelts are offered as original equipment on new training aircraft, and as an after-market product for older general aviation aircraft.
Today we are talking with Bill Hagan, President of AmSafe Aviation, Inc. AmSafe Aviation is the world’s leading manufacturer of seat belts for aviation, and when you fly on your favorite airline you will be flying under a seat belt manufactured by AmSafe.
More importantly, Bill and I discuss a new product for general aviation aircraft, the AmSafe Airbag Seatbelt system which is currently being installed on newly manufactured training aircraft, and is available as an after-market product for general aviation.
Safety is always at the top of our minds as pilots, and here is a product which can substantially improve the safety of your aircraft and afford additional protection for you, your co-pilot and your passengers. Be sure and listen to our interview and visit their website at AmSafe Seatbelt Airbags today!
In this edition of “Hangar Talk” we interview Dana Siewert, Director of Aviation Safety at the University of North Dakota. Dana is an ATP pilot, a Certified Flight Instructor and also serves as the Anti-Drug Program Manager at the University of North Dakota as well.