Category Archives: Guest writers

Luxembourg to Fargo with Tom Thomason

From fellow pilot, Tom Thomason: I’ve wanted to fly myself cross the North Atlantic for more than 20 years (or more) and the opportunity finally showed up this year.  A good buddy of mine (Joe Casey) mentioned that he would … Continue reading

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“Mea Culpa…”

From Joe…Staton West is an Instructor Pilot, Instrument Flight Examiner, and Pilot-in-Command in the US Army in both fixed and rotary-wing aircraft, has been deployed to war zones more times than you have fingers, is a true aviation aficionado, and … Continue reading

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An Aviation Perspective…from Staton West…

From Staton West:  US Army PIC, Instructor Pilot, Instrument Flight Examiner, and good friend of anyone who loves aviation: I recall, not that long ago, a period in my life when all I could think about was how to get another … Continue reading

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Soloing for the first time (again)…

It’s the “Guest Blog” at Casey Aviation featuring “Notso”, an officer/pilot and brand new Commercial Glider Pilot.  From Notso…So there I was, strapped into the front seat of a Schweizer 2-33 on a picture perfect 80 degree day on the … Continue reading

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