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Keeping the fires burning — Australian Firehawks and the threat to manned aircraft

A recent study has confirmed what Indigenous Australians, and most of those in the firefighting industry, have known all along — raptors are using bushfires to corner their prey.

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Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: December 19, 2018

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HeloPod: Welcome To The Snag-Free Zone

Following a wildfire season in the United States in which nearly 100 people lost their lives, fire agencies are on the hunt for better ways to fight blazes that are now regularly burning over 1 million acres a year and costing billions of dollars to fight.

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Michael Archer

Posted: December 19, 2018

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Pilots, Pick A Path: The Pilot Filter

One of the questions I have asked pilots while helping them find employment is why do you want to work for the major airlines? Of all the questions, this one catches pilots off guard the most.

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Erika Armstrong

Posted: December 11, 2018

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A Myriad Of Missions — A Day In The Life Of Pilot Jeff McMillan

From abandoned World War II battlegrounds, animal conservation and to oil spill response — Jeff McMillan’s role as a pilot has been hugely diverse. Chief Pilot at Security Aviation, Jeff shares where his flight path has taken him.

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Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: December 3, 2018

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Interview with Richard Alder of NAFC — 2019 Fire Season

TracPlus spoke to Richard Alder from The National Aerial Firefighting Centre (NAFC) about their predictions for the upcoming fire season and the future of drones in the industry.

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Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: November 14, 2018

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The World's Longest Flight: What It Means For Pilots

The longest commercial flight in history is now being offered by Singapore Airlines. You will be able to board an Airbus A350-900ULR (emphasis on the Ultra Long Range) in Singapore and fly nonstop, approximately 19 hours, and land in New York.

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Erika Armstrong

Posted: November 9, 2018

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