Flying Stories (All true experiences, most humorous, all with a lesson to be learned.)
Doing turns with Stu: A ham-fisted student pilot gives the instructor a full windshield view of Mother Earth.
Uncle Charlie's last flight: A "How to not to" primer on last rites.
Fire in the sky: In which the author sights his first UFO.
Conga Lines, Skylines, and The Lady with a torch: Dealing with New York City cabbies...and trying to run down the Empire State Building.
Elvis, John Denver and me: The AWAC's, Lockheed Jetstar, Concorde, Elvis, John Denver and Hugh Heffner- what could these items have in common?
Flight of the "V" tail: A Beechcraft Bonanza makes a crash landing at an East Coast airport.
The bomb: Terrorism arrives at the Detroit City Airport, compliments of yours truly
Hills of granite: Never take your first flight with your new boss without the keys to the airplane.
Letdown: Arrogance on an approach can lead you to the wrong runway.
Treetops: "Southern style" tree trimmers.
American and the Virgin: A Boeing 727's sad discovery about short runways and island mountains.
Food catering at flight level 220: How to find a good restaurant when at high altitude.
Flying the four-engined Greyhound: Operating the 4-engined de Havilland Heron.
Riding the Parabolic Curve: Achieving weightlessness in a Cessna 150.