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Vincent Flying Services’ Ag-Cat fleet populate South Louisiana

Just south of Lafayette, Louisiana in a farming area filled with rice, sugarcane, soybeans, wheat and rye grass, sits Vincent (pronounced Vaason) Flying Service, home of seven Super B-Model Ag-Cats flying from five operating locations. Vincent Flying Service’s owner, Clay Vincent, recently hosted AgAir Update while his fleet of aircraft were busy sowing rice and preparing for the upcoming season.

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Eagle Vista announces turbine transition flight training for spring

Randy Berry, owner of Eagle Vistas (, Ag Pilot Training in Sebring, FL announces the addition of Turbine Transition flight training in a 510G Two Place Thrush. In cooperation with Frankie Williams, Souther Field Aviation. This training will be in Americus, GA.

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Pilots and operation S.A.F.E. analysts take R&D outside the factory walls during Air Tractor - Transland fly-in

There’s always a lot of research and development, engineering, analyzation and tinkering going on at Air Tractor headquarters in Olney, Texas. It was status quo March 11-12, but on a different scale, when Air Tractor and Transland welcomed local aerial applicators for an Operation S.A.F.E. Fly-In.


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A Legacy of Leadership

NAAA/Syngenta Leadership Training Program Molds Ag Pilots into Leaders

One of NAAA’s most valuable and rewarding initiatives is its Leadership Training Program. The program, which Syngenta Crop Protection has generously sponsored since its inception in 1995, has greatly benefitted the association, NAAA members and the agricultural aviation industry by helping individual members strengthen their professionalism, increase their confidence and augment their leadership skills.

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