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A great network can be the difference between having the career we love or the job we need. For 20,000+ members, The Pilot Network has reconnected old aviation colleagues, provided knowledge in the face of the unknown, and extended the helping hand to those coming up in this booming vocation. If you are a career aviation professional, don't hesitate to become part of the fastest growing network in America.

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A great network can be the difference between having the career we love or the job we need. For 20,000+ members, The Pilot Network has reconnected old aviation colleagues, provided knowledge in the face of the unknown, and extended the helping hand to those coming up in this booming vocation. If you are a career aviation professional, don't hesitate to become part of the fastest growing network in America.

    #63 – UK CAA – Nick Goodwyn

    #63 – UK CAA – Nick Goodwyn

    A new EU regulation has mandated that by February 2021, all commercial and air transfer operators in Europe in the EU are required to implement a pilot support program, which includes the use of trained peers. A similar recommendation was made by the Pilot Fitness Aviation Rulemaking Committee.

    • 42 min
    #62 – Buck Windham, Author of Hogs in the Sand: A Gulf War A-10 Pilot’s Combat Journal

    #62 – Buck Windham, Author of Hogs in the Sand: A Gulf War A-10 Pilot’s Combat Journal

    In this episode, we talk about Buck's experience being deployed and his experience converting his journal into a book. We also talk about the lessons he took from his time in the military and applied to working as an airline pilot.

    • 33 min
    #61 – Rob Wright from Pilot Pipeline

    #61 – Rob Wright from Pilot Pipeline

    We always try to bring on guests who are entrepreneurial, side-hustling pilots, and people who are working to innovate the aviaiton industry. Today is no different, we are talking to Rob Wright from Pilot Pipeline.

    • 31 min
    TTT3 – Should Pilots Learn Jiu Jitsu

    TTT3 – Should Pilots Learn Jiu Jitsu

    I wanted to chat with you about an article by Joshua Scovalend about jiujitsu as a method for police reform. I am going to approach this from the aviation venacular. This is something that we can really consider in the aviation world, and we should be better prepared to handle situations where someone is a danger to ourselves, our crews, or our passengers. It would be a great service to learn how to nonlethally subdue another person.

    • 8 min
    TTT2 – Taking Care Of Your Fellow Pilots

    TTT2 – Taking Care Of Your Fellow Pilots

    This episode of TTT is Adam’s personal opinions on the industry. A lot of our friends are facing furlow, and it’s really rough for young airline pilots who have not been with their company for a long time.

    • 4 min
    Episode #60 – Brett Schnake from NBKC Bank

    Episode #60 – Brett Schnake from NBKC Bank

    Today we are talking to Brett Schnake, and he is here to give us an update on the real estate market. One of the biggest questions that has been in the minds of a lot of pilots is wanting to know what is happening in the housing market.

    • 20 min

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