Logbook Memories is a an aviation podcast where we discuss stories that are torn right from the pages of your pilot logbooks. We're here to remind each other why we fly (or flew, in some cases), and to encourage others to do the same. Our guests look back in the pages of their logbooks and find a flight that was particularly memorable or meaningful, and share the story of that flight or adventure in their own words.
Tom's Training Tale
In this episode, Tom shares the story of that one time when his training really paid off.
Cockpits & Cocktails
In this episode, the cast of the Cockpits & Cocktails podcast shares some of their favorite aviation stories. Our friends Fly Allyssa and Natalie "Fly Girl" Kelley are both huge advocates for aviation.
Trevor Simoneau shares with the story of his very first GA flight as a participant in EAA Young Eagles, which led to his journey to becoming a private pilot. To wrap up the episode Trevor shares his next big adventure with us. You don't want to miss this.
Dave's Dissimilar Duet
Dave Pascoe, founder of LiveATC.net, shares a story about relocating a couple of airplanes back home.
Jamie Becket, the AOPA You Can Fly Ambassador for Florida shares some stories of his adventures in flight instruction and sharing aviation with others.
Tom's Uplifting Tales
Colonel Tom Dorl, USAF Retired, shares some stories from his career flying helicopters performing combat search and rescue.
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Great flying stories!
Loving the new podcast! Awesome job!
Fantastic concept, great content!
An engaging and novel approach to telling stories differently in the aviation category. By humanizing the experience and focusing on the pilot’s journey in their own words, it provides an opportunity for listeners to relate and possibly overcome their own roadblocks with an “I’ve been there!” lightbulb. A pilot’s logbook is not just a ledger of numbers or statistics; it is an intensely personal journal of collected experiences from sweet accomplishment, people met, places seen, and yes, even some scary mistakes (that we all can learn from).
Nice work, gentlemen!
Great podcast looking forward to the next episodes.