AviatorCast: National Aviation Day 8 Point Roll 3 years ago

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Today’s Flight Plan

The last month of aviation is one to be remembered. Starting with Oshkosh where AviatorCast picked up a lot of great interviews, it now seems Summer is coming to a close having just celebrated National Aviation Day.

To celebrate National Aviation Day (at least the week thereof), we have a very special treat. Today we are releasing 8 episodes of AviatorCast for your listening pleasure, with more to come soon.

All of these episodes cam from our time at Oshkosh where we were able to pickup interviews and listen in on some interviews of top notch people.

We know you’ll enjoy some of these, if not all.

We call this the ‘8 Point Roll’. Being an aviation term that all acrobatic pilots will know, we’re using the ‘8 Point Roll’ to quickly roll out 8 episodes.

    They are as follows:

  1. Apollo 13 Panel
  2. Bob Hoover Interview
  3. Kim Furst (Flying the Feathered Edge) Interview
  4. Brian Terwilliger (Flying in the Age of Airplanes) Interview
  5. Charles McGee – Tuskegee Airman Interview
  6. Craig Fuller Interview
  7. P51s in Review
  8. Ed Bolen Interview

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