Tag Archives: Female Pilot

Surviving a Plane Crash in Water

AUTHOR’S NOTE: After making this post, with the permission of Survival Systems USA, a longer, more refined version was accepted for publication in Plane & Pilot magazine.  That article can be found here: Dunk Tank Training ~~~ “Brace, Brace, Brace,” I repeated … Continue reading

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Adventure Day 5, wow… just wow

Yesterday we flew from Lubbock, TX to Phoenix, AZ. It was an interesting flight – gusty winds (35 knots), IMC, moderate turbulence and something apparently called “p-static” (affected our comms, some of the electric displays and it even sent little charges … Continue reading

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First Solo Cross-Country Flight

**Author’s Note: This was written in May, 2016. A shorter version can be found in the 2016 September issue of AOPA Flight Training magazine. The long solo cross-country. A huge day in a student pilot’s life. This is the day … Continue reading

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Video: Solo Flight as Student Pilot

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