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  • I'm back! 👋 It's been 7 months since I last posted on this account, having taken a break to travel (see my pics over at @paddyo.11), graduate and ...
  • I'm back! 👋 It's been 7 months since I last posted on this account, having taken a break to travel (see my pics over at @paddyo.11), graduate and start my career as an aerospace engineer ✈ . Already excited to start planning the 2019 airshow season having not been to a single one in 2018! Fortunately I still have a load of unseen images from 2017 and before to share with you 😀 . This shot is from @airtattoo 2017; the formidable Apache being put through its paces.
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  • *skip to the last 15 minutes of the podcast if you want to hear about the time a gernade was thrown at him*
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Nasty Staggs is THE premiere Joint Te...
  • *skip to the last 15 minutes of the podcast if you want to hear about the time a gernade was thrown at him* . Nasty Staggs is THE premiere Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) for the US Air Force. He's won nearly every award that a JTAC can win--9th AF TACP Journeyman of the Year, ACC Jacob Fraser JTAC of the year, Fighter Wing Sijan Award, and David Gray WIC instructor of the Year. . He has deployed 7 times to a combat theatre. He is now an Air Force Weapons Instructor (WIC) at Nellis AFB in Nevada teaching the most advanced students and developing new close air support (CAS) tactics. . His specialty is calling in airstrikes. CAS requires the detailed integration between the aircraft employing the weapons and the troops on the ground. Whether he is traveling with a conventional force or attached to a special forces team, Nasty is responsible for putting weapons on the enemy. . At 42 years old, Nasty is a beast--he's 6'5, 240 pounds and can outrun most people on the planet. . In this interview, we go into what makes a good JTAC, his diet, fitness, as well as some of his combat stories. He talked about the time a Taliban grenade landed near him, as well as hiking through the mountains at 15,000 feet. We also go into mental health as well as what he does to decompress.
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  • Goulian Aerosports is very proud to announce that for the 2019 air show season, its Extra 330SC will be adorned in the colors of @wheleneng. Whelen...
  • Goulian Aerosports is very proud to announce that for the 2019 air show season, its Extra 330SC will be adorned in the colors of @wheleneng. Whelen has been a key partner for many years with Mike Goulian, but with a new Whelen Motorsports paint design, the visibility of their great partnership will be on display for aviation and motorsports fans around the globe. Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. was started in a garage in 1952 by George Whelen III, when he invented the first rotating aviation beacon. Since its humble beginnings, Whelen has grown to become a leader in aviation lighting. "We're honored to have the opportunity to showcase our great relationship during the 2019 season. Whelen has been a long time supporter of our team and the entire air show industry and I'm happy that their participation in this passionate business will be so visible this summer", said Mike Goulian. The debut of the new Whelen design will be at the @sunnfun_flyin this April. . . #whelen #trustedtoperform #wheleneng #avgeek #aviation #airshow
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  • "To invent an airplane is nothing. To build one is something. But to fly is everything."
𝘖𝘵𝘵𝘰 𝘓𝘪𝘭𝘪𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘭
  • "To invent an airplane is nothing. To build one is something. But to fly is everything." 𝘖𝘵𝘵𝘰 𝘓𝘪𝘭𝘪𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘭
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