Category Archives: Events

T-33 flight with Snort

A flight in the CT-133 was completed investigating the effect of Reynolds number on buffet and stall speed for the case of a straight wing single-engine jet. Amazing experience flying with Dale “Snort” Snodgrass, the highest time F-14 pilot and … Continue reading

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Abstract reviewer for AIAA Aviation 2018

Abstracts reviewed for AIAA Aviation 2018 Flight Testing Conference. Promising bunch of papers coming up. Looking forward to Atlanta GA for an exciting event.

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NDI Principles & Flying Qualities Testing of Modern Combat Aircraft

During the forthcoming 6th Annual ITPS Flight Test Seminar (Dec 14-15, London ON, Canada) I will be delivering a presentation on NDI Principles & Flying Qualities Testing of Modern Combat Aircraft. The presentation will refer to the following: Evolution of … Continue reading

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SFTE 48th Annual Symposium Destin, FL

A great event reached its end with a visit to the Naval Aviation National Museum and Air Force Armament Museum.

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SETP Annual Symposium 2017, Anaheim CA

Another year at the biggest flight test symposium, attending great presentations, meeting some exceptional individuals and fully recharging the inspiration batteries. Among other things, I had the opportunity to spend some time with my good friend and PTDI Chief Test … Continue reading

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F-35 HMD demo at OPL, Iowa

Short two day trip to University of Iowa on behalf of ITPS, in order to evaluate a Rockwell Collins F-35 HMD setup in an L-29 LVC simulation environment at the Operator Performance Laboratory (OPL). During the flight A/G and A/A … Continue reading

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Multi engine rating received

ME rating received flying a Piper P-23 Apache. Great experience. Flying on more than one engines and handling engine failure cases adequately raises flying skills to a higher level. Off to the next one!

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