"Tell us about your experiences, but more importantly what you learned or how it changed you!"
Pondering this past year and our new normal, I realized lessons learned from ancient and modern battlefields can be used in so many areas of our lives. Sitting down one night, hundreds of stories and lessons learned flowed onto the notebook pages. Three close friends told me “Share these with the rest of us!” The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast was born.
Flying is described as long periods of boredom interrupted by short intermittent periods of extreme terror.
On the Lessons from the Cockpit show, we debrief the most intriguing pilots, aircrew members, maintainers, and aviation enthusiasts, investigating their tactics, techniques, and procedures cultivated during extraordinary military, commercial, and private flight operations.
Our exploration gives practical advice on how the aviation world works and expands critical thinking skills in the air and on the ground.
Many of our guests were involved in front-page headline news, others in events taking great pains to ensure they didn’t end up in the news.
So grab an adult beverage of your choice and sit down… strap in… and launch the Lessons from the Cockpit show!
Lessons from the Cockpit episodes
Coma’s Phantoms for the walls of your home or office:
F-15 Eagle graphics for the walls of your home or office:
If you ask American citizens on the streets why there’s a dispute between the US and China in the South China Sea, they probably wouldn’t
Last week I mentioned a name for you to remember. To Shia muslims in Iran he is now larger than life. They are even making
I’ve stated here on these pages before the real threat in the Middle East is not Russia or Syria. The real threat to peace in
Russian officials are warning the US they will attack Anti-Assad forces and their support near our military outpost west of the Syrian village of At Tanf. The Google Earth
Many have asked me over the recent weeks about the logistics involved during the airstrikes on the chemical weapons facilities in Syria. Until recently, I