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January 25 (Sat) 12PM- Blades of Glory: What Every Pilot Should Know about Propellers

Almost every general aviation airplane is powered by an engine and propeller.  However, how many pilots actually know how these propellers are built and maintained? Want to learn more about the thing that keeps you in the sky? Dont miss out!

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January 29 (Wed) 7PM - Understanding Density and Pressure Altitude

Do you know the difference between pressure and density altitude, and how it effects the performance of an airplane? If not, chime in!

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February 1 (Sat) 12PM - Key West to California: Westbound Across America

Wonder what its like to fly across America? What does it demand of you as a pilot? Don't miss out on this oppurtunity to brush up on your cross-country flight planning skills and learn about an amazing journey.

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February 5 (Wed) 7PM- My 172 May Help Me Survive

You crash land in a field in the middle of nowhere, not knowing when help is going to arrive; how can you make effective use of the parts on your airplane to help you survive?

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February 8 (Sat) 12PM- Journey To Oshkosh: Flying Yourself To The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration

Do you know how to safely land at the busiest airport in the world? Oshkosh Air Venture is an amazing experience that all pilots at least once should venture and fly into. Come join and find out more about the airshow and events, and how you can plan a trip there this year.

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February 12 (Wed) 7PM- Gaining Confidence in Your Flight Training: The Use of Home Flight Simulators

Ever felt uneasy on the radios, didn't know how to follow the checklists properly, or wanted to brush up on your skills? Luckily, flight simulators can help give you the confidence to be ahead of the curve in your next lesson. Don't miss out.

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February 15 (Sat) 12PM - Hazards of Frost and Icing

How does ice and frost effect an airplanes performance, and overall safety? How can you avoid it? How do you tell if your airplane is in a bad situation? All of these are great questions, and is why you should attend to become a safer pilot.

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