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WaspAir
WaspAir
Supreme Allied Gyro CFI
Last Activity: Yesterday, 08:05 AM
Joined: 10-21-2006
Location: San Jose, CA
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  • That's probably an Army Apache AH-64 attack helicopter, although I don't know them well enough to tell you confidently which sub-model (E?). They've been building them with that sort of gear configuration since the mid- 1970s..
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  • A properly handled sale can cause a "sale reported" flag to appear in the FAA database temporarily while the papers are processed through Oklahoma City, but the aircraft can still be operated in the interim if you carry the proper documents on board. You have to mess something up to get "cert...
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  • Yes, All In is right, it's me getting high again. I do ice climbing up frozen waterfalls in the winter and mountaineering in the summers, and I've been up big mountains in Ecuador, Argentina, Tanzania, Italy, France, Switzerland, and all over the U.S. I had big plans to go to Nepal and summit Ama...
    Ama Dablam, Nepal
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  • I like to get up into thin air, either in an aircraft or with hands and feet.
    Swiss/Italian Alps
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  • WaspAir
    replied to Liability Insurance
    I carry a million (that matches county requirements for my airport, too). I'll have to figure out how much of that is for the gyro vs. other aircraft because I don't remember.
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  • WaspAir
    replied to Liability Insurance
    I look upon it as a moral issue, not just financial. Having recently been nearly killed by a grossly under-insured driver, it's a topic of special concern for me. While one might be able to rely on judgment-proof financial status to avoid liability, you can really ruin somebody's life, and I think...
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  • If the slope and the wind favor opposite directions, one must make a decision based upon relative strength of the wind and severity of the slope. In no wind conditions, use the down slope to get airspeed and allow the ground to drop away from beneath you (otherwise, you must waste climb rate in overcoming...
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