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A view from the cockpit into the world of Aviation

Latest Episodes

MPC-013 Matt Guthmiller: Youngest person to fly solo around the world.

MPC Podcast Epsiode #13 Garrett talks about the new job. Aaron and his Tail Wheel Snafu! Sun-n-Fun: Its all happening now. Oshkosh: 3 months and counting! Special Guest - Matt Guthmiller: Circumnavigating the Globe at age 19 Lions and Tigers and Bears... OH NO!!!........... Adventure! We all have our definitions of what that word means. To Matt Guthmiller, adventure turned out to be just a little trip around the world. Oh....and he did it at the age of 19 making him the youngest person in history to accomplish this incredible feat. In this episode, Matt joins us to talk about how he came up with the idea and made this dream a reality. People fly around the world all the time in the airline industry. It's nothing for a 787 to cross the ocean from continent to continent. Try it in a small single engine airplane with 200 gallons of extra fuel on board, 25% over gross weight, dodging thunderstorms, drinking coke and eating oreos, all while catching up on the latest Game of Thrones from ...

81 MIN2015 APR 23
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MPC-013 Matt Guthmiller: Youngest person to fly solo around the world.

MPC-012 Russell Armstrong and his 1950 DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver

MPC Podcast Epsiode #12 Oldest Flying Jet F86A Sabre Oshkosh 2015 and our Challenge to you. Lonestar Maule Round Up Fly-in Special Guest - Russell Armstrong and his 1950 DHC-2 Dehavilland Beaver When you think of nostalgic aircraft and the history of aviation, there are a few aircraft that top the list. Typically aircraft are designed and produced with a specific goal and task in mind. In 1947 the aviation industry gave birth to one of the most iconic aircraft ever produced. The DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver. The Beaver was only in production for a short time period lasting from 1947 to 1967 of which over 1600 Beavers were made. Many of these are still flying and working today. The Beaver changed the way people live and work in the bush country of Alaska and Canada. In this episode of My Pilot Chronicles, we caught up with Mr. Russell Armstrong who recently acquired a 1950 Beaver with a Serial number of 86. This is a rare find and it practically looks brand new. Mr. Armstrong, who is a ...

87 MIN2015 MAR 1
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MPC-012 Russell Armstrong and his 1950 DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver

MPC-011 How Air Traffic Control and Pilots can work together.

MPC Podcast Epsiode #11 TransAsia ATR Crash Update / Pilot Training A little tail wheel talking Special Guest - Philip Perez / Nicole Webb from Ft. Worth ARTCC Are you afraid to talk to ATC? Ever been on the verge of what you might think was an emergency and needed help? Join us in this episode of MPC as special guest Philip Perez and Nicole Webb from the Fort Worth ARTCC (Center) discuss the role of ATC and the services they have to offer pilots. ATC is a great resource to be able to tap into when needed. They are trained for many years before they are allowed to handle the skies solo. We as pilots probably do not know the amount of training and dedication that these controllers have to their jobs. A few months ago, I was lucky enough to tour Ft. Worth Center and see the operation first hand. Simply put, it was AMAZING! Think of ATC as a life line when you need it. These people are dedicated to make the skies safe for all of us. If you think pilots have it hard, imagine memorizing ...

72 MIN2015 FEB 20
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MPC-011 How Air Traffic Control and Pilots can work together.

Latest Episodes

MPC-013 Matt Guthmiller: Youngest person to fly solo around the world.

MPC Podcast Epsiode #13 Garrett talks about the new job. Aaron and his Tail Wheel Snafu! Sun-n-Fun: Its all happening now. Oshkosh: 3 months and counting! Special Guest - Matt Guthmiller: Circumnavigating the Globe at age 19 Lions and Tigers and Bears... OH NO!!!........... Adventure! We all have our definitions of what that word means. To Matt Guthmiller, adventure turned out to be just a little trip around the world. Oh....and he did it at the age of 19 making him the youngest person in history to accomplish this incredible feat. In this episode, Matt joins us to talk about how he came up with the idea and made this dream a reality. People fly around the world all the time in the airline industry. It's nothing for a 787 to cross the ocean from continent to continent. Try it in a small single engine airplane with 200 gallons of extra fuel on board, 25% over gross weight, dodging thunderstorms, drinking coke and eating oreos, all while catching up on the latest Game of Thrones from ...

81 MIN2015 APR 23
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MPC-013 Matt Guthmiller: Youngest person to fly solo around the world.

MPC-012 Russell Armstrong and his 1950 DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver

MPC Podcast Epsiode #12 Oldest Flying Jet F86A Sabre Oshkosh 2015 and our Challenge to you. Lonestar Maule Round Up Fly-in Special Guest - Russell Armstrong and his 1950 DHC-2 Dehavilland Beaver When you think of nostalgic aircraft and the history of aviation, there are a few aircraft that top the list. Typically aircraft are designed and produced with a specific goal and task in mind. In 1947 the aviation industry gave birth to one of the most iconic aircraft ever produced. The DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver. The Beaver was only in production for a short time period lasting from 1947 to 1967 of which over 1600 Beavers were made. Many of these are still flying and working today. The Beaver changed the way people live and work in the bush country of Alaska and Canada. In this episode of My Pilot Chronicles, we caught up with Mr. Russell Armstrong who recently acquired a 1950 Beaver with a Serial number of 86. This is a rare find and it practically looks brand new. Mr. Armstrong, who is a ...

87 MIN2015 MAR 1
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MPC-012 Russell Armstrong and his 1950 DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver

MPC-011 How Air Traffic Control and Pilots can work together.

MPC Podcast Epsiode #11 TransAsia ATR Crash Update / Pilot Training A little tail wheel talking Special Guest - Philip Perez / Nicole Webb from Ft. Worth ARTCC Are you afraid to talk to ATC? Ever been on the verge of what you might think was an emergency and needed help? Join us in this episode of MPC as special guest Philip Perez and Nicole Webb from the Fort Worth ARTCC (Center) discuss the role of ATC and the services they have to offer pilots. ATC is a great resource to be able to tap into when needed. They are trained for many years before they are allowed to handle the skies solo. We as pilots probably do not know the amount of training and dedication that these controllers have to their jobs. A few months ago, I was lucky enough to tour Ft. Worth Center and see the operation first hand. Simply put, it was AMAZING! Think of ATC as a life line when you need it. These people are dedicated to make the skies safe for all of us. If you think pilots have it hard, imagine memorizing ...

72 MIN2015 FEB 20
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MPC-011 How Air Traffic Control and Pilots can work together.

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