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A history podcast looking at all aspects of WWII, military history, social history, the battles, the campaigns, tanks, gun and other equipment, the politics and those who ran the war. I look at it all. With WW2 slipping from living memory I aim to look at different historical aspects of the Second World War. In each episode of the WWII Podcast I interview an expert on a subject. No topics are out of bounds (as yet), and I cover the military history side of the war as well as looking the home ...
 
From the Aircraft Electronics Association, AEA Amplified is a podcast for aviation’s technology experts. Learn more about the ever-changing world of avionics technologies from industry professionals and aviation enthusiasts. Subscribe to AEA Amplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean or Spotify. Founded in 1957, the AEA represents nearly 1,300 member companies in more than 40 countries, including government-certified international repair stations specializing in maintenance, repai ...
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
ATLalts is a podcast for those interested in learning about alternative investments and alternative asset classes through interviews with investors, asset owners, and industry practitioners. ATLalts explores venture capital, private equity, real estate, credit, private debt, distressed, hedge funds, commodities, FX, currencies, infrastructure, structured products, digital assets, multi-alternatives, secondaries, collectibles, farmland, timberland, and more specialized alternative assets such ...
 
"Aircraft and Submarines" is a history of the development of these forms of transportation and their ultimate use in warfare. Also a brief history of submarine use in commercial applications. A thoroughly enjoyable piece for anyone interested in the detailed development of these modes of transportation. Summary by William Tomcho
 
Your Aviation Audio Magazine - A unique view... from both sides of the mic!Welcome! My name is Brandon Gonzales, I’m an Air Traffic Tower Controller at a busy General Aviation airport, but I also have a 25 year background in aviation as a Pilot, Flight Instructor, Aircraft Salesman, Ramper for a 2 major Airlines, FBO Line Serviceman, Plane Crash Survivor, and now Aviation Podcaster. My goal is to serve the aviation community at large, and to help you in your aviation endeavors, no matter wha ...
 
A podcast for Professional Pilots, by Professional Pilots. Join hosts Dylan and Max, both professional pilots with backgrounds in Flight Instructing, Airlines, and Business Aviation, on their quest to improve as travelers, pilots, and professionals. Expect to find interesting conversations with industry experts in a variety of aviation fields, thought-provoking discussions on hot topics, and hilarious stories from the (sometimes) wild aviation industry. Whether you’re corporate, airline, cha ...
 
Two months after disbanding all forms of military, former rapper President Kwest, creates the United Nautical Air Solider Service (UNASS), in which select members from all branches are merged into one. Chief Master Gunny Doom and his team stand the Midwatch (2200-0200) together, telling old military stories and navigating life on board UNASS 1, The Mighty Fowl. Part tank, part ship and part aircraft, this command promises to be the only Big Stick our country needs. But with The Mighty Fowl b ...
 
The Fighter Pilot Podcast explores the fascinating world of air combat: the aircraft, the weapons systems, and most importantly--the people. Each episode features a guest who helps explain the topic at hand such as how ejection seats work or what it's like to fly on and off nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Strap in and hang on for this incredible show! If you love the roar of a high-speed flyby or are enamored by the poise and confidence of the brave men and women who pilot these aircraft, ...
 
Veteran, pilot, and attorney - Greg Krino - takes you on a deep-dive with experts to learn, not only about their field of expertise, but also to help you improve your area of expertise. Whether you’re looking for career advice or life advice, this show has it all. Greg has over 20 years of experience in the Air Force, including numerous deployments and combat time in fighter aircraft. He ran for political office years ago, and now he flies for a major airline and practices law part time.
 
The AMA Podcast brings you the inside stories from the hobby of model aviation by hearing directly from those who live and breathe aeromodeling. With guests ranging from the who's who of the hobby to the average weekend warrior, The AMA Podcast tries to shine a light on the stories that have shaped the hobby for decades. Hosted by AMA's Matt Ruddick.
 
Aircraft and aviation topics are covered focusing on interests in homebuilt and experimental aircraft. Airplanes, helicopters, gyroplanes, ultralights and more aircraft types are being built in garages in the US and world-wide. ExperCraft news connects those builders and shares news and information relevant to the general aviation industry.
 
Flying gyroplanes is fun and exciting! We discuss everything gyroplanes in our podcasts produced as a live program with listener interaction, and also prerecorded on-demand episodes you can download right now. Subscribe to the Gyroplane Flying podcast by clicking "follow" so you don't miss a new episode. The podcast is produced by Air Command Gyroplanes and Skywheels Rotor Blade Systems. Visit the website at www.aircommand.com.
 
Plastic Posse Podcast is a bi-weekly scale modeling podcast for all genres, scales, and ability levels. From Warhammer 40K mini painters to aircraft modelers to armor and even Science Fiction, our show features in depth interviews with guests, as well as Roundtable and group discussions that look at the hobby with a deeper perspective. Come join in and become a member of the Plastic Posse! Hosted by TJ Haller, Doug Smith, John Bonnani, and Scott Gentry.
 
This audiobook is third and final volume of the Airplane Flying Handbook. This volume is chapter 16, Emergency Procedures. From the preface: "The Airplane Flying Handbook is designed as a technical manual to introduce basic pilot skills and knowledge that are essential for piloting airplanes. It provides information on transition to other airplanes and the operation of various airplane systems. It is developed by the Flight Standards Service, Airman Testing Standards Branch, in cooperation w ...
 
Ground Effect is a podcast about the thrill of learning to fly. We discuss all things general aviation: what inspired pilots to first take up flying, the challenges of flight training, pilot stories, visual flying in Europe (and elsewhere), safety, light aircraft and life as a licensed pilot. Along the way, I'll be sharing my own progress as a student pilot in Paris, France.
 
Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985 but doesn't have a single photo of himself in the studio from that time after he lent the pics (and negs!) to a friend who lost the lot. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Caroline colleagues Dave Foster and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross ...
 
Welcome to The Airplane Intel Podcast, the only aviation podcast that helps aircraft buyers, owners, and operators make smarter, more informed decisions. On the show, we compare airplanes, interview airplane owners, and industry experts and, of course, share our real-world tips as professional pilots and mechanics working in the field with aircraft buyers and owners.
 
A podcast by Experimental Aircraft Association for those who build, restore, or fly for the love of it or are simply fascinated by the world of flight. The Green Dot features EAA news, general aviation topics, history, personal experiences from the hosts and a variety of guests, and anything fun, interesting, or cool in and around the world of flight.
 
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On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Tiina Tissari, Vice President of customer experience at Finnair, joins to discuss some of the adjustments made by the Nordic airline over the last year under the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on air travel in Europe. Finnair continues to operate a limited network and expects gradual passenger dem…
 
The Longmont Electric Aircraft Flyers of Longmont, Colorado was founded in 2003 by hobbyists in the community wanting a safe and legal place to fly. By leasing several acres of land from the city, LEAF opened its doors and has been growing ever since. With more than 100 members, LEAF is known for its friendly and open environment to visitors; welco…
 
Flight Advice: low time pilot wonders if he should stay at 100 hr/yr job or go build time [19:08] // Former Federal Air Surgeon Dr. Michael Berry on getting your medical back after catching covid and what pilots need to know about sleep apnea [29:22] Storytime: Dr. Berry on his dad being "the astronaut's doctor" [52:49] // Bonus content: Podcasting…
 
Guest: NZ Warbirds President Frank Parker Host: Dave Homewood Recorded: 25th of April 2021 Released: 11th of May 2021 Duration: 43 minutes 04 seconds On the 25th of April 1941, the very first North American Harvard to fly in New Zealand, NZ901, took off on its initial test flight following assembly at RNZAF Station Hobsonville. The Harvard would be…
 
On this episode we first talk with Miguel Iturmendi, one of the pilots from the Perlan project as he answers your questions and shares his adventures flying super high altitudes and what it's like soaring in the only pressurized glider in the world. Is it possible to fly the Perlan Ship on Mars? You may be surprised when you hear the answer. Miguel…
 
China has reinvigorated its Health Silk Road (HSR) during the ongoing pandemic, with the country’s leadership promoting it as essential to building a “global community of common destiny”. Manoj Kewalramani and Suyash Desai discuss the drivers of China’s HSR and the implications it will have on the geopolitics of the subcontinent. Link to Manoj's ne…
 
Easily one of the most interesting looking X planes, the X-32 was a technology concept demonstrator built by Boeing which competed for what was at the time called the largest military contract in history, the Joint Strike Fighter or JSF. The X-32 was a single engine delta wing stealth multirole fighter that would have been produced in three variant…
 
Liberty is dependent on two components: the state and society. But neither can ensure liberty by itself. In this episode, Apurva Kumar and Sarthak Pradhan discuss the book "The Narrow Corridor", which examines the specific state-society dynamics needed for liberty to flourish. Link to the book - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/555400/the-n…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of May 10, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: Un-funneling air travel, Foreflight’s Fly-Out that focuses on airports in the west, the industry is getting excited about AOPA Aviator Showcases, AOPA Flight Training Experience Survey opens May 15, and ASI's latest vid…
 
This week's guest Peter Klein is a good mate of mine and an incredible pilot who has had an amazing journey through the seaplane an aviation industry. He has flown not one but two multi engine Grumman flying boats, has flown seaplanes in multiple countries and now helps combat wildfires in both Canada and Australia as a fire-bombing pilot on the 80…
 
In this episode: Carlos Torres de la Cuba, Managing Partner of AMG Block, a seed stage venture capital firm headquartered in Mexico City focused on investing in the FinTech and blockchain sector in Mexico and Spanish-speaking Latin America, talks to Andres about his journey to starting his venture capital firm, the market and investment dynamics in…
 
Trying out something new for this week! We're doing our first ever crossover episode and are joined by the Plaid Jacket Philosopher Podcast to have a discussion on aircraft and mining maintenance. From miles above the earth to kilometers underneath it - we cover the similarities and the differences between the two industries! The Plaid Jacket Philo…
 
Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/plasticmodelmojo) Dr. Strangebrush returns to Plastic Model Mojo for more great airbrush discussion! John Miller's Model Paint Solutions is now a sponsor of Plastic Model Mojo Mail Bag! Join the Mail Bag my emailing the show at plasticmodelmojo@gmail.com or sending us a message via Facebook Messenger system f…
 
An undiplomatic tweet by the foreign minister of the Philippines brought to light the regular forays of Chinese vessels into contested waters in the South China Sea. Manoj Kewalramani and Suyash Desai join Ruturaj Gowaikar to examine the events leading up to the minister’s outburst and place it in the context of the rise of China’s Maritime Militia…
 
The team talks about an electric powered road trips and says goodbye to KBB. TIAB1313 Facebook, Etsy and Instagram Patreon: @unassmidwatchpodcast Facebook: @unassmidwatchpodcast Instagram: @unassmidwatchpodcast Twitter: @unassmidwatch Email: unassmidwatch@gmail.com CMG Rob Doom played by Robert Williams Fully Petty Solider Chris Pike played by Chri…
 
Public health-related events can have local origins but if not contained can have global implications. There are a small handful of organizations that monitor such events around the world. Shambhavi Naik and Ruturaj Gowaikar discuss the origins of these organizations, how they function, and why they were not enough to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic.…
 
In this week’s episode, Australian Aviation’s chief pilot-cum-prodigal son, Boo, returns to join Phil and Adam to discuss the latest issues in the industry. And chief among them is how the vaccine debate has changed, as worries shift from supply to demand. Aussies’ reluctance to get the jab is making many worry whether the country will ever open up…
 
Russia’s relations with Western states receive a great deal of attention but its eastern frontiers are as consequential. Professor Artyom Lukin of Vladivostok's Far Eastern Federal University joins Aditya Pareek and Aditya Ramanathan to discuss Russia’s geopolitical ambitions in this sparsely populated region and how they could impact both East Asi…
 
Here on the FPP, most aircraft series episodes featuring U.S.-designed warplanes have two-part titles comprised of the aircraft's designation and name, like the recent F-106 Delta Dart or forthcoming P-51 Mustang. So what's up with episode 111? On this episode, we explore why the General Dynamics F-111 never received an official name in addition to…
 
This week, we interview the owner of several popular light jets to learn to the pros and cons of jet ownership. He’ll share a ton of advice and compare features and benefits of some of today’s most popular private jets plus a lot more. If you’re thinking about flying or buying a jet, you won’t want to miss this! Check out the full show notes here S…
 
The word Community is made up of two root words... Common Unity. That one thing that bonds people together. To an Avgeek, we share a love of aviation... and it is EAA's Airventure that unites us all in a special way. One of the signals of Airventure, is the release of the annual NOTAM. As April came to a close, the NOTAM arrived making last year's …
 
How does France view its relationship with the world’s oceans? And how does that shape maritime cooperation with India? In this episode, Dr Virginie Saliou, Research Professor at France’s naval school, discusses her country’s unique approach to maritime affairs, its enduring presence in the Indian Ocean, and shared goals with India. This episode is…
 
Brian Castner is a nonfiction writer, former Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer, and veteran of the Iraq War. His most recent book is Stampede, a new history of the 1897 Klondike Gold Rush. He is also the bestselling author of Disappointment River, All the Ways We Kill and Die, and the war memoir The Long Walk, which was adapted into an opera and …
 
The F-18 HARV or High Alpha Research Vehicle was a NASA testbed used to study performance at high angles of attack or alpha. The aircraft flew from 1989 to 1996 in a 3 phase research program that progressively added modifications to the Hornet. The aircraft that would become the F-18 HARV was actually a pre production F/A-18 and the sixth one ever …
 
I’ve been in a bit of a funk. Not really flying, not really participating in the industry, not really inspired to put it bluntly. And I know I’m not the only one. And it’s kinda funny, since by all counts, we’re actually coming out of this disaster time and getting the industry on the long road to recovery. Will it ever be the same. Well, probably …
 
This week, we're giving you a sneek peek into one of the exclusive benefits of our AMA Foundation Torchbearer program. Earlier this year, we spoke with Katie Bosman, longtime AMA member, former AMA scholarship winner and aviation maintenance instructor at Garmin International for an exclusive episode for our Torchbearer subscribers. Learn more abou…
 
Joe Biden’s victory in the US Presidential election in November 2020 led to much debate about the future of American engagement in the Indo-Pacific. However, the first 100 days of his administration indicate strategic continuity with some key adjustments. Manoj Kewalramani and Aditya Ramanathan talk to Suyash Desai about Biden's approach to the Ind…
 
Guests: John ‘JK’ Kelly, Peter Layne and Gavin Trethewey Host: Dave Homewood Recorded: 25th of April 2021 Released: 2nd of May 2021 Duration: 55 minutes 49 seconds On the 25th of April 1941, the very first North American Harvard to fly in New Zealand, NZ901, took off on its initial test flight following assembly at RNZAF Station Hobsonville. The Ha…
 
Almost all aircraft problems can trace itself back to its electronics. Despite what you may think, the technology that keeps a plane’s magic going is OLDER than it seems. These fixes are also much harder than they seem and involve such adventures as untangling years’ worth of neglected wires. Avionics troubleshooting, modifications, and upgrades re…
 
The recent deadly ambush of CRPF personnel by Naxals in Chhattisgarh came even as a former DGP alleged corruption by a senior member of the Maharashtra government. Do the challenges faced by India’s police and paramilitary forces have their roots in politicisation? If so, how can this problem be tackled? Ameera Rao discusses with Lt. Gen Prakash Me…
 
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