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I regularly give instructional sailplane flights i...

2008-05-13T10:18:00.000-04:00

I regularly give instructional sailplane flights in desert conditions for 3-5 hours, and being able to relieve myself is not a joke: it's absolutely essential. And dehydrating is not an option -- glider pilots (all pilots, for that matter) need to be sharpest at the end of a five hour flight, when they need to judge altitude, distance, wind correction, etc. precisely. That is not the moment to be groggy from dehydration. Being able to keep hydrating and relieving myself is a matter of life and death. F



I'm sorry, correction.. not Iraq... in Operation A...

2008-05-13T09:29:00.000-04:00

I'm sorry, correction.. not Iraq... in Operation Allied Force



Great Moments in "Military" Aviation History perha...

2008-05-13T09:28:00.000-04:00

Great Moments in "Military" Aviation History perhaps... I don't see dropping the atomic bomb or winning decisively over Iraq as having anything to do with Aviation in general.



Chock one up for female pilots; helping to develop...

2008-05-12T13:33:00.000-04:00

Chock one up for female pilots; helping to develop the "midair defueling system." Do you think they'll be helping develop something for cross-country roadtrips as their next project?