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More Drinking, More Flying?

Humor in aviation about partying and then flying, but there are two Federal Aviation Rules that are important to know when it comes to drinking and flying. Most pilots are aware of the “8 hour” rule, that is, 8 hours from bottle to throttle, alth ...

Top 3 Military Transition Books

 Military transition was scary for me. Of all the specific military to civilian transition guides out there I found this one to be the most helpful. As an added bonus they have updated it periodically to keep it focused on the times. The specific t ...

Rework as you transition from the Military

Here is the deal…In the military you focused on the outcomes and not the BS that distracted you from accomplishing the mission. As a Veteran you are outcome-focused and not meeting-focused. Having transitioned successfully from the military to the ...

Rescue Swimmer workouts

So Others May Live is the motto of every United States Navy Rescue Swimmer. Needless to say the Rescue Swimmer workouts were intense. I was a Rescue Swimmer for five years, stationed in beautiful Coronado, California. The training to become a Rescu ...

To Stay or Leave Military Service?

To Stay or Leave the Service? With numerous deployments, and time away from home, each of us has contemplated leaving the military service, but what other options are available for staying in? Ever thought of becoming a PA? a pilot? Or an Officer? Ch ...

Military sledge hammer

Soldiers in the Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, Navy and other warriors throughout history have had to use a military sledgehammer at times to win. War is messy. “Sometimes it is entirely appropriate to kill a fly with a sledgehammer.” – Major H ...

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– Thomas Jefferson

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