Monthly Archives: June 2011

Blakey – Blech!

Some in the aviation world may have heard that Marion Blakey, former FAA Administrator, is slated to receive an award.  It crossed my mind to write down and share my thoughts about it, but the truth is, I can’t stand … Continue reading

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Worth Reading

I may not have had much time lately to put down some original thoughts, but luckily others have. WWVB recently posted this. And many thanks to Praxis Foundation who posted the link to this article.  My favorite quotes are [emphasis … Continue reading

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More from The Tombstone Agency

For your convenience, all three links in one place for R. Doug Wicker’s blog series, How Contracting Out Gets People Killed. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

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The Costs of NextGen Keep Rising

Praxis Foundation asked this question several days ago: Is anybody concerned that the GPS system can be rendered unusable by a 42dBw transmitter in an adjacent spectrum? Is it prudent to build a no-backup, global system that can be rendered … Continue reading

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