Events - Month View
The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move
between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times,
location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen.
Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.
To understand the complexity of the ETO during WWII and the USAAF one needs a little background to put this in perspective. This presentation attempts to do that to some degree hopefully not overwhelming the members.
This presentation will move beyond the academic and nebulous notion of “Human Factors” and face head-on some hard realities about how we, pilots and mechanics, are The Human Factor that stands in the way of heightened performance and the related reduction of accidents.
Based on published data involving decades of study, Steve will make the bold claim that the majority of general aviation accidents are not "accidental" at all. In fact, it will be argued, both the number and classification of future occurrences can be predicted with a high degree of accuracy, so how can they be called accidental?
Ted has devised an entertaining game for the members. He has all the accouterments for a complete jeopardy evening including money(real?), buzzers and all the appropriate questions and (answers?) Brush up o your knowledge base. Should be fun.
Due to the recent events in the Middle East the topic of GPS Spoofing has hit the news. Ben and Drew are from the Engineering and GNSS teams from Garmin who have offered their valuable expertise regarding this most challenging and troublesome topic.
Learn about The Flight Academy, with it’s rich legacy in Cirrus training, TFA has now expanded its wings to Aurora, Oregon.