The scoop on Aero Spray

Aero Spray, Inc. of Appleton, MN entered into the aerial fire-fighting world in 1999 with a MN-DNR “call-when-needed” contract for its AT-802A. Owner John Schwenk

Simplex Fire Attack™ System destined to become a mainstay of the aerial firefighting industry

Portland, OR—Simplex Aerospace’s newest and largest Fire Attack™ System, the Model 347 for the CH-47, successfully fought its first fire in early May. After an

The Antichrist supports the false religious system

“Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and talked with me, saying to me, ‘Come, I will show you the

Sensitive Areas

IN MY OPINION, this little dissertation is a mild case of venting for me, as well as other ag pilots who have expressed similar feelings.

New opportunity for fall application

The increasing use of fungicides and other products applied late in the growing season has kept many ag planes in the air longer. Now, new

Tribute to Duster Dad

I hope my girls love me like I love you Dad. I hope there’s things that will always make them think of me, as I

CD Aviation Services celebrates eight years of ag field service

CD Aviation Services, a leading provider in small turbine engine maintenance, service and support, announced they are celebrating their 8th year of ag field service

Crowding the corners

The weather forecast was 100% chance of hot with a 50% chance of miserable. The first few jobs were going to be done while the

Remain Vigilant About Ag Aviation Security in a Post-9/11 World

Fifteen years ago, this month, the unprecedented terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, triggered a series of actions that pushed the agricultural aviation industry and

Living the dream

Often, I am asked, “What is it like to be a SEAT pilot?” My reply usually is, “I have the best job in the world”.