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Flying Simon is a glider pilot joining us from the Netherlands and a few years ago he started his YouTube channel 'Flying Simon'. He has captured some of his amazing flights. Simons goal is to share the excitement and the wonderful perspective of gliding and this year he hopes to share adventures all over Europe from flights in new gliders to the J…
 
Kentucky offensive lineman David Wohlabaugh talks about Kentucky's new offense, adjusting to college and shares what it is like having a Dad who played in the NFL and an older brother who is also D1. Plus he discusses important topics like his hockey playing days and hair. Hosted by Curtis BurchBy Behind Kentucky Football
 
Today our featured guest flies out of southern California. Casey Scholz is a 650 hour commercial pilot flying in airplanes and gliders. His ratings include, multi-engine land, single engine sea and land, instrument rating, as well as AGI/IGI ratings. He is currently Working towards his CFI-A and CFI-G. He has approximately 200 hours in tow planes a…
 
On this episode of the podcast we first head to the Philippines and talk with Rolf Dunder, He originally learned to fly in Hamm-Lippewiesen Germany but is currently the only glider pilot soaring in the Philippines. Rolf started soaring in 1979, soloed in 1980 at the age of 15. He received his PPL in gliders in 1982 and his CFIG in 1989. In 2000 he …
 
New Kentucky Running Backs Coach John Settle updates us after the first day of spring practice, discusses why he took the job at Kentucky and shares how his work ethic started by farming when he was growing up. Plus he walks down memory lane from his time in the NFL. Hosted by Curtis BurchBy Behind Kentucky Football
 
Bill Palmer is our first guest pilot we will hear from on this episode. Bills soaring journey started in 1991 when his wife gave him a glider flight for his Birthday . It was with the now famous Bob Wander in Minnesota. Bill had recently qualified as an A320 captain with Northwest Airlines at the time, but had not flown gliders before nor had any e…
 
New Kentucky offensive lineman Jager Burton talks about adjusting to college, shares how he knows he made the right decision to come to Kentucky. He also discusses the Kentucky offense and how the O-line is coming together. Plus we learn some of his off the field interests including how man times he's rewatched "The Office"Hosted by Curtis Burch.…
 
New Kentucky punter Wilson Berry joins the show and discusses adjusting to America, what he likes about the UK special teams and Chuck Norris. Plus he explains how having an older brother in the NFL will help him in having to follow a Ray Guy award winner in Max Duffy. Hosted by Curtis BurchBy Behind Kentucky Football
 
Dan Johnson is a retired AME and internist, living on the west coast of Wisconsin, close to the airport from which he flies sailplanes and airplanes. He's flown airplanes since his father bought a Cessna 150 with observer doors in 1962, and has flown gliders since 1986. He's been speaking and writing on aviation physiology for 30 years and is also …
 
New Kentucky Football outside linebacker Justice Dingle talks about the process of transferring to Kentucky and how important that will be for his family. He also shares what he learned in his time at college so far and his excitement to work with the UK staff. Plus he tells us about his off the field hobbies and what job he'd like after football. …
 
Today our featured guest pilot is Patrick McMahon, Patrick is a Canadian cross country soaring pilot and flight instructor located in Alberta Canada. Today he flies at The Cu Nim Gliding Club, having learned to fly with the Royal Canadian Air Cadet Program, and learned to soar in southern Ontario at York Soaring Association. During the week Patrick…
 
Honored to have Triple Gliding World Champion George Lee MBE with us on the podcast today. George was Born in Dublin in 1945. Joined the Royal Air Force in 1962 as a technical apprentice. He then Became a pilot and flew primarily the F4 Phantom. He Joined Cathay Pacific Airways in 1984 where he flew 747s for fifteen years before retiring to Austral…
 
New Kentucky Running Backs Coach and Special Team Coordinator Jemal Singleton discusses why he came to Kentucky, shares his excitement about coaching the UK running backs and tells when he decided to become a coach instead of an Air Force Pilot. Hosted by Curtis BurchBy Behind Kentucky Football
 
Scott E. Ashton is President and CEO of Aerox Aviation Oxygen Systems, based in Bonita Springs, FL. Scott is an aerospace industry executive with more than 25 years of experience working in engineering, sales and marketing, and executive roles. He has extensive experience in aircraft sales, operating business aircraft and helicopter charter operati…
 
On this episode of the podcast we first head to The Prescott Soaring Club in Coyote Springs Arizona, just north east of Prescott Valley as we speak with glider pilot and instructor Peter Steinmetz. Peter is a research neurologist and computational neuroscientist. He was fascinated by flight and space from an early age but a busy career deferred his…
 
On this episode we bring you our interview with World famous Glider Pilot Stefan Langer! Stefan is a successful cross-country and competition pilot who loves to share his adventures on YouTube. His YouTube channel was the first pure gliding channel and now has over 100,000 subscribers. Stefan's passion is to see the world from a birds eye view and …
 
On this episode of the podcast we first talk with Jack Jenner hall, Jack is currently UK's Youngest Pilot! He started learning to fly gliders at age 11. Jack Recently flew his first solo flight in a glider on his 14th birthday. He is currently working towards his bronze exam while also learning glider aerobatics. One of his goals is to get more you…
 
On this episode of the podcast we first talk with Pete Appleby, Pete is a soaring pilot with the Merlin Soaring Association club in Virginia. He has been flying gliders since 2012 and discovered sailplanes through building and flying R/C model planes. He has participated in wave and XC soaring camps as well as finishing 5th in the sports class for …
 
On this special Veterans episode we first speak with Julie Bennett of the soaring academy in Los Angeles County about their Warriors Soar program and getting Veterans in the cockpit of the glider. We will hear from some of those Veterans about their experiences soaring and what it has meant to them. Later on this episode we have another Soaring Tal…
 
On this episode of the podcast we first head to the west coast of Sweden to find glider pilot David Holmen soaring at the Gothenburg Soaring Club. David got his enthusiasm for aviation from his fighter pilot father, after seeing his Dad in the cockpit he soon started flying himself at the age of 15. David would later introduce his father to a type …
 
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