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Nebraska’s Brent Stewart named “Airman of the Year”.

Each year the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association presents its most distinguished award, Airman of the Year, to one of its members who has shown outstanding

Cruising through the off season

Overall, the U.S. fire activity has been very light since Mother Nature’s rain put an end to the fires in the Smoky Mountains last fall.

Praises To God And Marriage Of The Lamb 

“After these things I heard something like a loud voice of a great multitude in heaven, saying, ‘Hallelujah! Salvation and glory and honor and power belong to the

Arkansas Agricultural Aviation Association golf tournament raises $3,000 for children’s hospital. 

On Friday, February 3, 2017 members of the Arkansas Agricultural Aviation Association’s Ag Aviation Golf Tournament Committee presented a check to Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH)

Changes

We humans are creatures of habit. We like things to follow a specific pattern and current. Repetitious days where everything fits, as long it doesn’t

NCFS takes delivery of AT-802F

by Bill Lavender From a modest beginning in the 1940s, the North Carolina Forest Service (NCFS) aviation program has grown into a formidable fire management

T&M Aviation Leading by Example

A little shy of 20 years ago, Ron Wolf found himself at a crossroads. Ron had built a successful career in the helicopter industry, starting

NAAA and NAAREF boards review policies and programs at spring meeting

NAAA and the National Agricultural Aviation Research and Education Foundation (NAAREF) held their spring board meetings Feb. 17–18 at the Westin Alexandria in Alexandria, Va.