Hangar49 (general)
We talk about different airstrips to visit, the ups and downs of flying in the Pacific Northwest, and all the fun events you can find here! We also like to discuss aviation music, movies, books, and websites. Basically we are just a bunch of fun loving pilots that have a passion for aviation just like you!

Here we go for another exciting episode.  It's number 28...and our first anniversary.  Yep, we (meaning Jim) started this podcast in February 2010.  But, do you think we remembered to mention it on the show?  Not!

Oh well.  Join Jim and Al as we trip down memory lane (Tony is missing.   Apparently he's still on a secret mission), or the lack of it.  Now...what did we talk about?

Our song of the week:  The Ventures-Flights of Fantasy from 1968.  Check it out on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wmga5ttqY6k 


Book of the Week:  The FAA Airplane Flying Handbook:
http://www.faa.gov/library/manuals/aircraft/airplane_handbook/media/faa-h-8083-3a-1of7.pdf

Website of the Week:  Ask Captain Scott:
http://askcaptainscott.com/

Movie of the Week:  The Idiana Jones Films (and the airplanes in them)
http://indianajones.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Aircraft 

Destination of the Week:  Prosser, WA
http://www.airnav.com/airport/S40

Direct download: Podcast28.mp3
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Jim, Al, and Tony embark on another flight through the skies...er... time...er...calendars in this latest episode.

 

Book of the Week:  Not a book, but a calendar for 2011.  It's the Flying Legends 2011 Sixteen-Month Calendar by John Dibbs.

Website of the Week:  The Origami Kids where you can make some cool paper airplanes.

Movie of the Week:  The Great Waldo Pepper from 1975 starring Robert Redford.

Sound of the Week:  F-18 carrier landing.

Song of the week:  Bill Conti-Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the gang at Hangar 49

Direct download: Hangar49Episode25.mp3
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In this episode Jim, Tony, and Al discuss photo pilot dertificates, aircraft accidents, and the royal family (really).  They also whine about not getting enough flight time and welcome a couple of special guests.  Of course, the episode includes the usual book, movie, song and website.  You'll notice that there isn't a Destination of the Week but please don't bring it up...they'll only whine more about not getting enough flight time.

BOOK OF THE WEEK
Hornet Flight-Ken Follett
"An old-fashioned tale of ordinary people thrown into the drama and danger of war, Hornet Flight is a rippingly good read. The time is 1941, and British bombers attacking Germany are being blown out of the sky in horrific  numbers. How do the Nazis know they're coming? The answer is an infant technology called radar, and the Brits--with help from the Danish Resistance--must figure out how and where the German radar stations operate."
 
SONG OF THE WEEK-Pearl Jam "Given to Fly"
 
SOUND OF THE WEEK-172 Mayday

WEBSITE OF THE WEEK-Aviation Safety Network
 
MOVIE OF THE WEEK-Battle of Britain

 

Direct download: Hangar49Episode24.mp3
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Jim and Al embark on another aerial adventure...and escape the long arms of the law once again.  (Tony was not involved.)

Destination of the week:  Missoula, Montana

Movie of the weeK:  Amelia

Song of the week:  Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds-The Beatles

Sound of the week:  FA 18 take off

Direct download: Podcast_Audio_Wednesday_29_September_2010.mp3
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Episode 22

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Jim, Tony, and Al have been so busy, they didn't have time to produce this show.  Originally recorded on September 22, 2010 and finally released the day before Halloween.  Spooky.

Movie of the Week:  Memphis Belle
Song of the Week:  Angel Flight by Radney Foster
Sound of the Week:  Reno Air Races

Direct download: Hangar49Podcast09-22-2010.mp3
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