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Adhere to the PAASS Motto with these summer safety tips

“Upon the Performance of Each Rests the Fate of All.” If you’ve ever attended the PAASS Program at a state convention, then you have heard

Idaho operator Chad M. Frei passes

Chad M. Frei, 39, of Grangeville, died Saturday, April 23, 2016, as the result of a vehicle accident. He was born Aug. 11, 1976, in

All-in with Aero Tech

The year was 1990. Ted Stallings was working his AT-400 on a Gypsy Moth contract, as he had done countless times since forming Aero Tech.

Essay topic: The future of UAV’s in aerial application

Another tool in the tool belt, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, commonly known as UAV’s, are finding their way into aviation and more specifically, aerial application. In

Victor Trotter Joins GelTech’s Board of Directors

JUPITER, FL—GelTech Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: GLTC) an innovator in the use of environmentally-friendly polymers for fire suppression and prevention, is pleased to announce the appointment

Aerial firefighting 2016 returns to Australia

Bushfires are a blight on Australia’s rural communities and are now increasingly threatening city limits, Sydney being recently headlined when in 2013 New South Wales

Fire Season Off to a Different Start

A conventional fire season would be where the majority of activity sprung up in the American Southwest. In a twisted start for the 2016 fire

Aviation chargers get even smarter

Huntington, NY—VDC Electronics, Inc. announced its new aviation battery specific 2016 line of BatteryMINDer® battery charger/maintainers/desulfators. In addition to charging and maintaining sealed or wet

Guns and planes don’t mix

One day I was working off my airstrip on Mr. Sidney Clark’s place, spraying W.P. Robinson’s cotton about two miles south of Duck Hill. I

John’s vision of the glorified Son of God 

“And in the midst of the seven lampstands One like the Son of Man, clothed with a garment down to the feet and girded about