Congratulations Andrew Treulich!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Our own Andrew Treulich here at Aerospace Weekly (A.W.) is now a United States (U.S.) Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.) Certified Flight Instructor (C.F.I.)!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Andrew passed his U.S. F.A.A. Certified Flight Instructor Ground and Practical Flight examinations conducted by a U.S. F.A.A. Designated Pilot Examiner today (8-7-2019)!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Andrew Treulich is now available immediately to flight instruct Private, Commercial, and Certified Flight Instructor (C.F.I.) students in the … Continue reading Congratulations Andrew Treulich!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Deploys 24 Satellites In Low Earth Orbit.

The SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Deploys 24 Satellites In Low Earth Orbit By: David M. Edwards David’s LinkedIn Professional Profile can be viewed by clicking here. Elon Musks’ SpaceX‘s Falcon Heavy rocket is the largeset rocket to successfully launch since the National Aeronautics and Space Administrations’ (N.A.S.A.) Saturn V rocket was utilizied to Implant the first human footprints on the surface of Earths’ only moon … Continue reading The SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Deploys 24 Satellites In Low Earth Orbit.

The Crash Of Atlas Air Flight#3591.

The Crash of Atlas Air Flight #3591 By: Cameron Hutchings (Click here for Camerons‘ LinkedIn Professional Profile) Atlas Air Flight #3591 Crash Executive Summary: On February 23, 2019, 12:39 central standard time, Atlas Air flight #3591 (Atlas 3591) operating on behalf of Amazon Prime Air, Amazon.coms’ newly founded package delivery carrier, crashed into Trinity Bay in Baytown, Texas (TX); United States of America (U.S.A.)1. The … Continue reading The Crash Of Atlas Air Flight#3591.