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Re: Re: Are 70 knot winds safe for Mountain Flying?
There's another side of this cherry to bite. In this forum on page 4 "Actual Emergency" (page 1 of t...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 10/23/2008 9:51 PM
Re: Interviewing Tips and Suggestions
The essential checklist! What a gem. It's a great move when someone turns the lights on! Thank y...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 10/25/2008 9:34 PM
Re: Blade tie downs.
G'day Chad, Are you intending to market outside the US, for eg down under? And if so do you have an...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 10/25/2008 9:20 PM
Re: Re: $2500 Finders Fee To Anyone Who Can Help
Batting 100! Your profane language, cynicism, paranoia and bad manners is synonymous with bad airm...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 10/25/2008 8:24 PM
Re: Re: $2500 Finders Fee To Anyone Who Can Help
I think what you need to realise is that you've walked into a room full of people you don't know, an...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 10/25/2008 6:22 AM
Re: V-22 Osprey Article
Thanks very much, Carl! The description about the aeroplane that lands like a helicopter is very c...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 10/25/2008 6:02 AM
RE: Where Have All The Old Guys Gone?
G'day gents. Compliments to you all from down under! I've perused the site now and again, it has g...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 02/04/2014 12:24 AM
RE: Where Have All The Old Guys Gone?
Ta mate! And to you. Lots of "helicopter specials" here at the moment (Cairns, QLD), rain is trumps!...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 02/07/2014 2:07 AM
Overflying conflict zones
I've posted an article on this topic on an Australian forum in light of the shootdown of MH17 in the...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 07/25/2014 2:40 AM
RE: Law enforcement RW role eqipment configurations
Update; Gold Coast region in Queensland has employed a Longranger on a 6mth trial, fitted with FLIR/...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 03/07/2012 10:47 PM
RE: On the verge of a major decision.
G'day Cem, trust you are well.Sounds like you have the itch! Do you have a defence reserve you can ...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 07/11/2012 5:20 AM
HETS KITS
Does anyone have experience with HETS kits? Interested in positive and negative aspects, real experi...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 02/13/2013 4:40 PM
RE: Worldwide Pilots
G'day Rocky, I'm in PNG at the moment, one of the positions came through. I'm on tours 28/28. Fleet...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 02/16/2013 12:51 AM
RE: Clean Vs Dirty Blades
In WW1 and WW2, polishing wing and fuselage surfaces "until a cheesecloth would slide off of it's ow...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 02/16/2013 8:13 PM
RE: Worldwide Pilots
G'day mate, No I'm not with Hevilift. I'd suggest you do a recce on a RW site "Bladeslapper" and ask...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 03/02/2013 10:59 PM
2nd shot heard around the world
Good day today - another silver bullet, another bandit gone! God bless America! (well done troops) ...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 05/02/2011 2:09 AM
RE: In ground effect
There's been discussion I'm aware of that you may experience a bit higher IGE (1.5 - 2 discs) availa...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 05/02/2011 2:19 AM
Law enforcement RW role eqipment configurations
I'm interested in comments on the variations of role equipment packages fitted to single engine RW f...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 05/02/2011 2:26 AM
RE: Law enforcement RW role eqipment configurations
Thanks gents, that's just the type of info I was looking for, because the job was done by the earlie...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 05/08/2011 6:17 AM
RE: Emergency Autorotations
Departing a 12,000ft peak in PNG in high winds in an MD500, turbine out, no obvious reason electrics...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 06/29/2011 11:33 PM
RE: Logbook problem
dempd; The limited experience of the impressionable student has accepted the conduct of 1 examiner a...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 02/27/2012 10:16 PM
RE: EMS unsafe practice questions
Who is defining the term "safe" or "unsafe" or do you mean risky or not so risky or a routine profil...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 12/24/2010 1:30 AM
RE: Weight
The majority of med retrieval agencies in Australia are also SAR agencies and all crew are subject t...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 12/24/2010 1:39 AM
RE: Weight
Your right on there, the so called "accepted scales" never include a reflection on multi tasking for...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 01/05/2011 7:25 PM
RE: Weight
The scales then were a BMI - Body Mass Index, supposedly ideal weight for height. There are some h...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 01/10/2011 9:22 PM
RE: Wire Strike Videos
Just as an after thought, does anyone maintain wire maps in their home locations? Woth a mint. Stev...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 03/10/2011 7:06 PM
RE: EMS unsafe practice questions
There's also the situation where the pilot's personal knowledge of the aircraft and his ability to w...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 03/10/2011 7:30 PM
RE: Down the IMC Tube
A quick addition to this discussion is that even when flying VMC/VFR, usually and in the major occur...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 11/28/2010 9:21 PM
RE: Down the IMC Tube
Instrument or non visual conditions aren't always forecast! Fogging of windscreens at low level,...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 12/02/2010 11:38 PM
RE: What is lacking?
The wisdom of into wind profiles is obviously it gives you something in hand to work with when the g...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by ozloadie on 12/07/2010 7:49 PM
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