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A General Aviation Podcast from the Perspective of a New Private Pilot.

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A General Aviation Podcast from the Perspective of a New Private Pilot.

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A lot of fun

By bekoehn - May 05 2011
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It's fun to listen to Robert talk about what he's been up to since passing his check ride. Lately he's been getting in to more exotic activities (like riding an Extra 300), but he typically doesn't stray too far from his new pilot roots. Topics like renting, flying LSA, bringing friends and family, and all the things that are on the mind of a new pilot are the domain of this friendly, enjoyable podcast.

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By DesertPilot.com - Nov 23 2009
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Great story teller would love to hear more.

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A lot of fun

By bekoehn - May 05 2011
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It's fun to listen to Robert talk about what he's been up to since passing his check ride. Lately he's been getting in to more exotic activities (like riding an Extra 300), but he typically doesn't stray too far from his new pilot roots. Topics like renting, flying LSA, bringing friends and family, and all the things that are on the mind of a new pilot are the domain of this friendly, enjoyable podcast.

Nice

By DesertPilot.com - Nov 23 2009
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Great story teller would love to hear more.

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Rank #1: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #05 - My First Anniversary

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Happy Holidays!

In this episode I look back at my first year as a new private pilot and forward to my second year. It has been an interesting first year for me. I have changed flight schools, got checked out in a new plane, started new training and introduced my 14 year old son to aviation. Heck, I even started a podcast.
As good as my first year was, I am looking forward to next year as I continue reaching my goals and experiencing new things.
Thanks for listening and  Happy New Year.

Blues skies everyone!

You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
Please send comments and suggestions.

You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog

The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

Direct access to the mp3 is here.

Dec 26 2009

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Rank #2: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #21 - Icing, Diverting and UCAP Meetups

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Dave and Jeff (back row), Jim, Rob, Len, Kristen, Rick, Dorrie, Jack and Rick  (Photo by Jeff Ward)

In this episode, I talk with David Torrente about the recent flights we have taken together. All of them were up to Nashua NH to meet the gang at the UCAP meet-up. All three of them were somewhat adventurist and we learned a lot from them. We discuss what happened, our decisions, why we made the decisions and most importantly what we learned from each flight. So if you want to hear what happened along the way to Nashua, please join us in the virtual hangar. I hope you enjoy the discussion and maybe even learn something from it.
As always, I had goals for this flight. One was to go on a cross-country flight. This is the one area where I would like to improve upon. Most of my hours up until this year have been either spent practicing or short sight-seeing trips around LI. I really want to fly more XC flights and get more comfortable landing at unfamiliar airports. As you will hear from this episode, Dave has more experience than me in XC flying and there is no one better to fly them with.
A second goal was to meet the Jack and the gang for brunch at the midfield café. Isn’t that what getting your PPL is all about? Flying to an airport with a good restaurant to hang out with friends.  Not only were these goals met, but as you will hear, we had some practice de-icing a plane and diverting to other airports.
Dave & Jack in conversation.Kristen and Len from the Stuck Mic AvCast.Myself, Dave and Jack.Dave, Rick and Dorrie in front of Rick's 172The gang chatting after a good mealWaiting for take-off. (Photo by Jeff Ward)
Rick next to his plane
Shoutouts:
1)  David Torrente, an excellent pilot and great flying companion. I look forward to many more XC flights with him. Hopefully not as eventful as our last few.

2) Jack Hodgson for arranging the meetups. They are a lot of fun. A great opportunity to meet up with friends that you only see at aviation events.

3) Dave Pascoe from LiveAtc.net, Rick Felty and Len Costa from the Stuck Mic AvCast (it was also great meeting Rick’s wife Dorrie and Len’s girlfriend Kristen), Jeff Ward from behind the scenes at UCAP, Rick Sheppe and Jim Goldman who were at the meetup.

4) A big shoutout to Bradley approach who helped us find the airport when we needed to land.


Podcast Promos:
1) Pilots Journey Podcast
2) Plane Crazy Down Under
3) The Aviation Media Network
Blue skies and tailwinds always.
You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
Please send comments and suggestions.

You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

Please join the myTransponder.com group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheNewPilotPodBlog

The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

Direct access to the mp3 is here

Oct 08 2011

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Rank #3: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #19 -The Civil Air Patrol Discussion

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Hello everybody. In this episode I have invited special guests to a round table discussion the Civil Air Patrol. I have always been interested in joining and had some questions. So I decided to invite some very special guests, who are all members of the Civil Air Patrol to answer some questions and talk about their experiences in the Civil Air Patrol. I figured if I was interested in joining and had some questions, some of the listeners of this podcast might also have questions and might be interested in hearing about the Civil Air Patrol.

We discuss many different subjects including how to join, the different types of squadrons, the commitment level required, the aircraft, the different jobs, the history and the mission of the Civil Air Patrol. The listener who is a pilot will be interested in hearing about what he or she can do with his or her private pilot's license. For the student pilot or a person interested in becoming a pilot, he or she will interested in the discussion of whether he or she can get their Private Pilot's License through the Civil Air Patrol (hint: the cadet member can the senior cannot, but he or she can get advanced ratings).

I learned a lot about the Civil Air Patrol and am planning to join (I will keep everyone updated). This is a great organization where young people can gain very important skills that will serve them well for the rest of their life and where anyone can do great work and server their community and country.

For anyone interested please go to http://gocivilairpatrol.com/.

As a note, everyone who participated in this discussion were speaking as individuals and their comments do not reflect the views of the Civil Air Patrol.

Future Discussion

This is first in a series of discussions I am planning to have on different things that a new pilot, or for that matter any pilot, can do in addition to the $100 hamburger.  Hopefully this will get the juices flowing of anyone thinking about getting their PPL or kick-starting a dormant pilot.

If anyone would like to hear about a specific subject, please email me. I will try to set up a discussion about it.

Shoutouts:

I will like to thank my guests for spending 2 hours with me discussing the Civil Air Patrol.



Podcast Promos:Blue skies and tailwinds always.

You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
Please send comments and suggestions.

You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

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The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheNewPilotPodBlog

A Proud Member of the Aviation Media Network: http://TheVoicesInYourHead.com

The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

Direct access to the mp3 is here

Jul 26 2011

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Rank #4: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #18 - Going Paperless With The iPad

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Hello everybody. In this episode I talk about going totally paperless in the cockpit using the iPad. More importantly I talk about my flight with Colleen. If you remember, our last flight was memorable for all the wrong reasons. I made 4 BIG mistakes and Colleen felt a little sick at the end (see Episode #09 - Colleen's 1st Flight in the PiperSport and my 4 Mistakes). When I asked if she would fly with me again, she said she didn't think so. This crushed me. So this flight was very important to me. I wanted to get her back in the air and make sure that she was comfortable and having fun. Otherwise she may never fly in a GA airplane again.

I also discus how I use the iPad. I pay special attention to the workflow and the apps that I use. I wanted to make sure that the flow was natural and that I could find all of the apps and information when needed. This is only a suggestion. You are the PIC and must decide what is appropriate for you.

I hope you enjoy the retelling of my flight.

Shoutouts:

1) Acro Camp 2
The casting call for Acro Camp 2 is now open. You have until June 2411:59 PM US ET to apply. So what are you waiting for? Climb over the airport fence and find out what it is like to fly upside down!

Go to www.airspeedonline.com or www.acrocamp.com to find out more and apply.

2) Stuck Mic AvCast Podcast http://stuckmicavcast.com/

This is the newest member of the aviation podshere. It is hosted by good friends of The New Pilot PodBlog
Len Costa (The PilotReport.com)
Rick Felty
Victoria Neuville
Carl Valeri
Please go to iTunes and subscribe to this excellent podcast. I did.
3) Colleen
A BIG shutout to my daughter Colleen for having the faith in me to take her flying. I really love sharing my passion for flight with my children and was so happy that Colleen came with me. She had a great time and is willing to fly with me again. 
Podcast Promos:
1) Pilots Journey Podcast
2) Plane Crazy Down Under
3) The Pilot's Flight PodLog
4) The Aviation Media Network
Blue skies and tailwinds always.

You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
Please send comments and suggestions.

You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

Please join the myTransponder.com group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheNewPilotPodBlog

The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

Direct access to the mp3 is here

Jun 19 2011

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Rank #5: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #17 - I Didn't Hurl!

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Hello Everybody! In this episode I take you along on my first aerobatic ride. On September 5, 2010 I go flying with Mike Bellenir in Mike Mancuso's Extra 300L for some aerobatic flying. We did aileron rolls, loops, hammerheads, Cuban eights, 90 degree hesitation rolls and Immelmans. It was absolutely INCREDIBLE!

I take you into the cockpit with me as Mike takes me through all of the maneuvers. Mike is a great instructor and an accomplished acrobatic pilot and he really made the flight enjoyable.

The day was picture perfect, blue skies, puffy clouds and a nice little crosswind. We flew for about 20 minutes and just about all of that time was filled with aerobatic flight. My favorite maneuver was the hammerhead. You climb straight up vertical until the plane runs out of airspeed and begins to stall, you then kick the rudder and the plane pivots to the side of the rudder used and dives straight down towards the earth. You the pull out from the dive to go to straight and level flight. It was absolutely amazing.

Aerobatic flight is one of the goals that I laid out in episode 1 - Goal Setting. It is part of the New Experience category and I plan to do more this summer. I hope to add spins into the mix.

Have a listen and join me in the cockpit for some aerobatic flight. Don't worry, I didn't hurl!





Shout Outs:
Blue skies and tailwinds always.

You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
Please send comments and suggestions.

You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

Please join the myTransponder.com group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheNewPilotPodBlog

The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

Direct access to the mp3 is here



Apr 04 2011

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Rank #6: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #16 - My Second Anniversary

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As I finish up my second year as a private pilot I look back at my accomplishments to see if I have met the goals I have set out for myself.
It has been a very interesting and fun year but  2010 will always be the year of meeting new friends and going to my first Oshkosh.
So have a listen and see how my second year turned out. One thing is for sure, next year will be even better.
I would like to wish all of you and your family a Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.
Blue skies and tailwinds always.
You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
Please send comments and suggestions.

You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

Please join the myTransponder.com group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheNewPilotPodBlog

The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.
Direct access to the mp3 is here

Dec 23 2010

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Rank #7: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #15 - The iPad in Aviation

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Hello everybody. In this episode I invite a group of friends into the virtual hanger for a discussion on using the iPad in aviation.

I recently purchased one and was trying to figure out how best to use this new, exciting tool. I took it up with me during a flight in the PiperSport and was very impressed with it. I immediate knew that the iPad will be great tool in my flight bag but I was unsure how best to fit it in my workflow, from preflight, enroute and post flight. To get a better understanding on how others use this cool, new toy, I decided to ask some friends who have already been using it. I figured that if I had these questions, others might have the same questions or at least be curious on using the iPad. So I decided to invite them to a round-table discussion to learn how they use it, what apps they use and to get any tips that might help me figure out how to use it in my flying.

I hope you enjoy it.

Show Notes:
Highlight of what was discussed:
  • How reliable is the GPS
  • What apps does each guest use and how the use them
  • Will the iPad replace paper charts
  • Until the chart margin information is included in the apps it will never replace paper charts
    • A side note: after the episode I tried Flight Prep iChart and found that it displays the margin information
  • The stitching of different charts and from TAC to Sectional
  • The utility of being able to see where you are on a section/TAC and not just on a topographical map
  • There is a concern that pilots will be looking inside the cockpit instead of outside even more with the iPad
  • Concern about the simulated flight instruments and pilots relying on them
  • The iPad as n educational tool
    • FAA PDFs
    • eBooks
    • Jason Miller's (The Finer Points) communication app
  • How to mount the iPad
    • RAM mounts
    • kneeboards
  • Anti-glare screen protector
  • Adam's custom pre-flight checklist that includes the iPad 
  • Social Networking
  • Logbooks
  • How we use the iPad for fun
    • Angry Birds
    • X-Plane
  • Is it a legal Electronic Flight Bag
    Below are the guests who sat at the round table in the virtual hanger. I have listed the apps that they use and a little information about them so that you get an idea how others are using the iPad.

    Adam Fast @adamcanfly
    • Private Pilot
    • Creator of OshPlanner.com
    • Used iPad on flight to Oshkosh
    • Apps:
      • ForeFlight
      • SkyCharts Pro
    Mike Miley @mike_miley
    • Co-creator myTransponder.com
    • CFI/ME/Commercial
    • Apps:
      • ForeFlight
    • External GPS GNS5870 with Blue Tooth
    Larry Overstreet @larryoverstreet
    • PPL/Instrument/Glider
    • uses iPad in Piper Cub
    • Apps:
      • ForeFlight
      • Pilot FAR/AIM
    Mike Daniels @Mike_Flys
    • Crew member of the Mile High Flyers Podcast
    • PPL
    • uses it to plan dream flights
    • Apps:
      • ForeFlight
      • Log Ten Pro
      • Air Navigation Pro
      • Motion X 
    Rick Felty @rfelty
    Darren @Shotgun15e
    • Military (2000 hours F-15) and GA pilot (1000 hours SEL)
    • Has taken the iPad to FL350
    • Apps
      • iFlyWhere
      • ForeFligh
      • Skycharts Pro
      • Air Navigation Pro
      • Wing X Pro 7
    I use the following apps:
    • Air Navigation Pro
    • iChart
    • Duat
    • AeroWeather
    • AOPA Airports
    • iFlyWhere
    • WingC Pro 7 (only for the AFD)
    Thanks for listening.

    Blues skies everyone!

    You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
    Please send comments and suggestions.

    You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
    And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

    Please join the myTransponder.com group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

    The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheNewPilotPodBlog

    The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

    Direct access to the mp3 is here

    Dec 20 2010

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    Rank #8: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #14 - Podcast From The Cockpit

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    Hello everybody. This podcast I try something unique. I am doing the whole podcast from the cockpit of N385PR a PiperSport which I rent from Mid Island Air Service at KHWV. I was inspired by Nate Duehr aka Denverpilot from the Mile High Flyers podcast. He recorded the cockpit audio of a flight that he took with Zyola and Mrs. Denverpilot and released it as episode 15, Zyola Returns to the Sky. In this episode he let the recorder run and released it with out any compression of time or editing of the audio. I thought that was pretty cool and got me started thinking about doing a whole podcast from the cockpit.

    This episode has been totally recorded from the cockpit of N385PR. I did a little editing and some minor compression. I tried to clean up the audio as best as I could but this is pretty much the audio as it was on my practice flight.

    It was a pretty typical Saturday at KHWV. You will hear a lot of chatter on the radio and there are a lot of traffic in the pattern including gliders. If you listen closely you will hear pilots calling on the CTAF of other airports that share the same frequency as KHWV. Before I take off as I do my run-up, you will hear that there was almost an incident when a C152 took the runway when another Cessna was on final. That is why your head needs to be on a swivel especially at an uncontrolled field.

    From the ATIS you will notice that the wind was 250@12 but the recommended runway was 15. This would be a tailwind. I was curious why we did not use 24 and briefly thought that I would ask to go to a runway more aligned with the wind but when I saw the limp windsock I continued on. Looking back, I should have questioned the runway and waited for them to switch the runway, which they did while I was on upwind.

    To give them time to switch the runway and make it easy for me, I decided to to fly to the south practice area. You will hear me reference a diagram that I use to determine how to approach the pattern when  I say that I need to fly to the golf course. I have a laminated diagram showing how to enter the pattern for each runway. On it I have marked the checkpoint where I need to be to enter the 45.

    The rest of the podcast you will hear me practicing landings and in the pattern. I try to add some comments on what I am seeing, thinking and what is going on.

    I hope this gives you a good idea of what goes on during a typical flight at KHWV on a hot, summer Saturday. This is in real-time and you hear what I hear and hopefully get a picture of what I see.

    Let me know what you think of this and if you like listening to pretty much unedited in-cockpit audio and if you would like me to do this again..

    Remember I am not a CFI or professional pilot. So that anything I say or do in this audio, is not intended to teach. It is what I do as a relatively low-time pilot who is trying to not only stay current, but more importantly be more proficient. You are the pilot-in-command and if you have any questions ask your CFI.
    Shout Outs:

    • @Denverpilot from the Mile High Flyers podcast for inspiring me to do this.
    • @PilotDamon who has put a new aviation podcast, The Pursuit of Wings. It is one that I think will carve out its own niche. Damon is taking you along as prepares to become a professional pilot. He has a full-time job which he will be quitting to become a professional pilot. 
    • @CFIPilot Noah Carroll who I met at Oshkosh but forgot in my list of shoutouts on the last episode.
    Thanks for listening.

    Blues skies everyone!

    You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
    Please send comments and suggestions.

    You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
    And LIPilot on myTransponder.com

    Please join the myTransponder group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

    The New Pilot PodBlog is now on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-New-Pilot-PodBlog/141071599274422

    The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

    Direct access to the mp3 is here

    Oct 27 2010

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    Rank #9: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #13 - The World's Greatest Aviation Adventure

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    Hello Everybody. This episode is my recollections and imperessions of my first trip to Oshkosh.

    We spent 3 days at AirVenture, camping at Camp Scholler. I participated in Podapalooza on Friday night along with other aviation podcasters. This trip was very special for me since I was able to share my passion of aviation and my first trip to AirVenture with my sons. This was our first "boys" trip together and what a trip it was.

    The one thing that I will take from this trip is how social media is helping to bring people together, especially the aviation community. I met many of my "social media" friends for the first time in person at Oshkosh. We have all become friendly through Twitter, forums and listening to each other's podcasts. Even before I arrived at Oshkosh I already had meetups scheduled with my friends. So instead of not knowing anyone there, I had parties and meetups to go to. This is what our small community is all about. Strangers coming together with a single, common interest and hanging out like we knew each other for years.

    You can see my pictures from Oshkosh at http://www.flickr.com/photos/robertcigliano/sets/72157624676352535/

    Some housekeeping,

    • The URL for the web site has changed to be less of a mouthful, TheNewPilotPodBlog.com (removing blogspot from the name). The old URL will still work.
    • I am using new equipment, a Behringer XM8500 microphone and Behringer Xenyx802 mixer. I hope the audio quality has improved. I plan to make some more equipment purchases. Please let me know if you hear any improvements.
    • I also have finally created a logo. Please let me know what you think of it.
    Shutouts:
    Uncontrolled Airspace (uncontrolledairspace.com)
    Jeb Burnside @burnsidejJack Hodgson @jackhodgsonDave Higdon (twitterless)

    Steve Tupper @StephenForce

    Monika Petrillo @Flyabout

    Twitter Friends@juliewillfly
    @adamcanfly
    @PilotRob950
    @TwiliteFlyer
    @pilot2b
    @PilotConway
    @scofreyjet
    @JHWellington
    @rfelty

    Pilot Tony from UCAP forums and myTransponder.

    Podapalooza Participants
    Pilots Journey Podcast (pilotjourneypodcast.com) @pilotsjourneyStewart Stoll @CFIStewStuart Stevenson @PilotStuMike Hart @IDMikeAirplane Geeks (airplanegeeks.com)  @airplanegeeksRob Mark  @JetWhinePilotcast (pilotcast.com) @pilotcastKen Shook  @flyingcheezheadTiffany Wolf  @tiffanykwolfBill Williams  @billwilAirPigz (airpigz.com)Martt Clupper @AirPigzMile High Flyers (milehighflyers.com)Nate Duehr @denverpilotMike Daniels @Mike_FlysElisabeth Daniels @LVMoxieGirlDoug Hindman, Jr. @dhindmanjrSpecial Shoutout to Zyola @SupovadeaPlane Crazy Down Under (planecrazydownunder.com) @pcdu (via recording)Steve Visscher @stevevisscherGrant McHerron @falcon124
    myTransponder Team
    Mike Miley @mike_mileyRod Rakic @rodrakic

    Jason Miller @OnTheFlightLine
    Special Shoutout to my sons, Robert and Joey.
    Thanks for listening.

    Blues skies everyone!

    You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
    Please send comments and suggestions.

    You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
    And LIPilot on myTransponder.com
    Please join the myTransponder group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

    The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

    Direct access to the mp3 is here

    Sep 20 2010

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    Rank #10: The New Pilot PodBlog Ep #12 - Podapalooza 2010

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    Podapalooza 2010


    Hello everybody! This is a very special episode. It is the recording from Podapalooza at EAA Airventure in Oshkosh. On Friday night, July 30, a number of your favorite podcasters got together, live on EAA radio to swap stories and meet listeners. There was even a little music from Steven Force. This year there were many new faces, yours truly included.
    Those that participated were                                          Uncontrolled Airspace (uncontrolledairspace.comJeb Burnside @burnsidejJack Hodgson @jackhodgsonDave Higdon  (twitterless)Pilots Journey Podcast (pilotjourneypodcast.com) @pilotsjourneyStewart Stoll @CFIStewStuart Stevenson @PilotStuMike Hart @IDMike
    Airplane Geeks (airplanegeeks.com)  @airplanegeeksRob Mark  @JetWhine
    Pilotcast (pilotcast.com) @pilotcastKen Shook  @flyingcheezheadTiffany Wolf  @tiffanykwolfBill Williams  @billwil
    Airspeed (airspeedonline.com)Steve Tupper @StephenForce

    AirPigz (airpigz.com)Martt Clupper @AirPigz
    Mile High Flyers (milehighflyers.com)Nate Duehr @denverpilotMike Daniels @Mike_FlysElisabeth Daniels @LVMoxieGirlDoug Hindman, Jr. @dhindmanjr

    New Pilot Pod Blog (thenewpilotpodblog.blogspot.com) @NewPilotPodBlogRobert Cigliano @RobertCigliano
    Plane Crazy Down Under (planecrazydownunder.com) @pcdu (via recording)Steve Visscher @stevevisscherGrant McHerron @falcon124

     It was great meeting all of the voices in my head in person. We had a lot of fun and I hope you enjoy the recording of Podapalooza.
    Be sure to get all of these aviation podcasts and others at the following
    http://aviationpodcasts.net/

    http://thevoicesinyourhead.com/

    Thanks for listening.

    Blues skies everyone!

    You can reach me at TheNewPilotPodBlog@gmail.com
    Please send comments and suggestions.

    You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/NewPilotPodBlog
    And LIPilot on myTransponder.com
    Please join the myTransponder group Friends of The New Pilot PodBlog.

    The intro and closing song is John Mellencamp's My Aeroplane.

    Direct access to the mp3 is here.

    Aug 14 2010

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