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  Oxford Aviation - Company History
Oxford Aviation was founded on April 1, 1989 by its owner and President, James L. Horowitz.
We are proud of the fact that Oxford Aviation has consistently have been named as one of the top paint shops in the U.S., and has been featured on the cover of over 50 national publications.
From mechanics to paint specialists, cabinetry craftsman to upholstery experts, the team at Oxford Aviation is dedicated to producing the highest quality work in the marketplace.
www.oxfordaviation.com /companyhistory.html   (342 words)

  
  Oxford Aviation - Company History
Oxford Aviation was founded on April 1, 1989 by its owner and President, James L. Horowitz.
We are proud of the fact that Oxford Aviation has consistently have been named as one of the top paint shops in the U.S., and has been featured on the cover of over 50 national publications.
From mechanics to paint specialists, cabinetry craftsman to upholstery experts, the team at Oxford Aviation is dedicated to producing the highest quality work in the marketplace.
oxfordaviation.com /companyhistory.html   (342 words)

  
  Charleston SC Aviation Accident Attorneys / South Carolina Airplane Crash Lawyers, Wrongful Death
It is critical for an injured victim or relative to hire an aviation law firm as quickly as possible in order to investigate the cause of an aviation accident.
An owner of a civilian general aviation aircraft may be liable for an accident, personal injury or wrongful death if there was negligence in the operation or maintenance of the aircraft.
1989), the court held that “American Airlines owed its passengers the highest degree of care and to be exonerated had to prove that the 'crash could not have been prevented it by the exercise of the utmost skill and foresight.’” (emphasis added).
www.joegriffith.com /sc-aviation-accidents.html   (2005 words)

  
  Chapter 11 - 1989 DAHSUM
During FY 1989 work on the ABE concept progressed to the advanced development phase, and a test of the ABE concept was conducted using an Army AH-1 helicopter in April 1989.
In mid-FY 1989 the Army contended that its stockpile of unitary chemical weapons was inadequate because the proliferation of chemical munitions in the Third World required the maintenance of a credible chemical deterrent.
Fielding began in the spring of 1989, and the bulk of it was expected to occur in FY 1990.
www.army.mil /cmh/books/DAHSUM/1989/CH11.htm   (18918 words)

  
 Aviation Law Corporation - Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 2
General Aviation Possessory Liens usually require that in addition to having a written agreement for the work to be performed, the service provider must retain possession of the aircraft for the lien to be effective.
Aviation insurance policies routinely require that the insured not interfere with the defense and that the insured cooperate with appointed defense counsel.
Anyone with an aviation law problem should be guided by the advice of his or her lawyer, under applicable federal and state laws, after a full and confidential disclosure of all relevant facts.
www.aviationlawcorp.com /content/newsltr2.html   (4209 words)

  
 Aviatsiya Voyenno (AV Air Force) - Russian and Soviet Nuclear Forces
In 1989 the Air Forces were organized into in three combat arms and one supporting branch [the Aviation Engineering Service], composed of air armies consisting of several air divisions.
Frontal Aviation was the Soviet Union's tactical air force assigned to the military districts and the groups of forces.
In 1989 Frontal Aviation was divided into sixteen air armies composed of fighter, fighter-bomber, tactical reconnaissance, and electronic warfare aircraft.
www.fas.org /nuke/guide/russia/agency/av-intro.htm   (631 words)

  
 Aviation Management - Instructor Wolfe
The guiding philosophy of the instructor is "learning by doing." The most effective way to learn about airport planning is to examine case studies, undertake real world airport planning problems (forecasting, airport-design) visit airports and listen to presentations from airport professionals.
Aviation system planning and other special topics will be presented.
Aviation system planning is large scale planning which attempts to coordinate the future development of a group of airports to maximize the benefits to the public.
www.siu.edu /~aviation/facultyhome/hwolfe/370.htm   (824 words)

  
 147-A-1989 -- Amendment - Aviation Noralma Inc.
Aviation Noralma Inc. (hereinafter the applicant) has applied to the National Transportation Agency to operate the service set out in the title.
The application was received on January 3, 1989.
A new document of licence, bearing Licence No. 883266, will be issued to Aviation Noralma Inc. upon the applicant establishing to the satisfaction of the Agency that it meets the requirements set out in paragraph 72(2)(a) of the National Transportation Act, 1987, S.C. 1987, c.
www.cta-otc.gc.ca /rulings-decisions/decisions/1989/A/147-A-1989_e.html   (128 words)

  
 The Civil Aviation (Navigation Services Charges) (Fourth Amendment) Regulations 1989
For each additional metric tonne, or part thereof, in excess of 100 metric tonnes, the charge is increased from £0.60 per metric tonne to £0.67 for aircraft engaged on international flights and from £0.49 per metric tonne to £0.54 for aircraft engaged on domestic flights.
The charge for those services is 15% of the standard charge in the case of an approach to Prestwick and 25% of the standard charge in the case of an approach to any other aerodrome listed in the Table in regulation 2 (Regulation 2(2)).
(3) The charge payable to the Civil Aviation Authority for a flight made by a helicopter from a point in the United Kingdom to an off-shore installation within the area of the southern North Sea specified in regulation 6(3) of the principal Regulations is increased from £40.00 to £42.50 (regulation 2(3)).
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si1989/Uksi_19890349_en_1.htm   (974 words)

  
 Aviation Prep Academy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Our instructors are certified by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and under ICAO regulations, their endorsement (signature) is valid in all ICAO nations.
But there are also liesurely courses to help you become familiar with the aviation world such as our Aviation History courses which will introduce you to the most famous people who made an impact on aviation such as Lt Col Jackie Cochran pictured on the left.
Founding the W.A.S.P. of WW II and holding more aviation records than any person on the face of the earth, she was the first female to break the sound barrier under the instruction of Chuck Yeager who was the first.
home.earthlink.net /~aviation-prep/Aviation_Prep_Academy.html   (2872 words)

  
 AVIATION CAREER INCENTIVE PAY
On 01 October 1989 the eligibility gates for continuous ACIP changed:
If on 01 October 1991 an aviator had completed years of aviation service as described in the following chart as well as the corresponding months of operational flying time in a DIFOPS billet, they are entitled to continuous monthly ACIP as indicated in the:
Years of aviation service are computed from the aviation service entry date (ASED) which is found on your LES along with your current operational flying time.
www.uscg.mil /HQ/G-W/G-WP/G-WPM/G-WPM-2/aviation_career_incentive_pay.htm   (393 words)

  
 Flight Safety Foundation Aviation Mechanics Bulletin 1989
Its recent first-hand experience in technician supply and demand paints an encouraging picture for those considering a career in aviation maintenance and for others who may be reflecting on the advisability of continuing their present employment in the field.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration finally has convinced the U.S. Congress that there is a need for additional experienced aviation safety inspectors (maintenance) in the FAA field offices to closely monitor maintenance concerns of both aging and newer aircraft.
This action is in response to the strong concerns expressed by the public and the media related to the safety of public transport aircraft after recent incidents of apparent structural failures caused by corrosion and metal fatigue.
www.flightsafety.org /pubs/amb_1989.html   (647 words)

  
 Welcome to 113th AVIATION REGIMENT
Constituted 2 March 1986 as the 421st Aviation Battalion (Medium Helicopter) and allotted to the Nevada Army National Guard.
CREST: That for the regiments and separate batatlions of the Nevada Army National guard: On a wreath of the colors (argent and azure) within a garland of sagebrush a sledge hammer and miner's drill cross in saltire behind a pickax in pale proper.
Blue is symbolic of devotion, loyalty and truth and recalls the sky, the unit's theater of operations.
www.military.com /HomePage/UnitPageFullText/0,13476,706874,00.html   (290 words)

  
 FAA - OAM Technical Reports
It is important for the FAA to identify the extent to which drugs and alcohol are being used by pilots involved in aviation accidents so that the FAA can take steps to prevent pilots from using drugs or alcohol, which could impair their ability to fly an aircraft.
Conclusions: Over-the-counter medications are the most frequently found drugs in fatal aviation accidents and many of these drugs, or the medical conditions for which they are being used, could impair a pilot's ability to safely fly an aircraft.
The low incidence of CDS III-V drugs found in fatal aviation accidents may be a result of the difficulty in finding and identifying the new benzodiazepines commonly prescribed in this class.
www.faa.gov /library/reports/medical/oamtechreports/1990s/1995/9528/index.cfm   (464 words)

  
 Aviation-Health
Aviation Health is a non-profit company promoting the health
Testimony before subcommittee on Aviation U.S. Senate 1989 Robertson G. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome.(SARS) As with all infectious diseases,prevention can be controlled by frequent washing of hands.
Be alert to symptoms of fever,dry cough,shortness of breath,headache and muscular stiffness.If a respiratory mask is worn the risk of infection can be reduced.
www.aviation-health.com /news/browse.php?load=Infectious.html   (349 words)

  
 PAMA
The Award of Merit recognizes individuals involved in aviation maintenance who have demonstrated a high degree of professionalism in the performance of assigned duties.
The winners of the annual FAA General Aviation Maintenance Technician Award and Avionics Technician Award are recipients of this award.
The Award honors an individual who has shown outstanding personal efforts to improve the knowledge of aircraft technicians and to inspire others to enhance aviation safety through self-education, improvement of communications between employer and employee, and recognition of the integrity and professionalism of the aircraft technician.
www.pama.org /content.asp?contentid=184   (520 words)

  
 PSP: PSP Aviation Unit
The Pennsylvania State Police Aviation Division was established by the approval of an Executive Board Resolution dated October 15.
On April 10, 1969, a second Aviation Patrol Unit was established when one of the two existing helicopters was moved to the Washington County Airport.
The Aviation Section is currently assigned to the Division of Aviation and Special Services in the Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations.
www.psp.state.pa.us /psp/cwp/view.asp?A=100&Q=38860   (1846 words)

  
 TSA: TSA Names New Federal Security Director for Three Tennessee Airports
Rhodes has worked in the transportation industry since 1971, mainly in trucking and aviation, in both the public and private sectors.
She began working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 1989 in aviation security.
In that position she gained expertise in the various disciplines in aviation security, including domestic airport and air carrier; international assessments; air cargo, including hazardous materials; physical security of FAA facilities; and information systems security.
www.tsa.gov /press/releases/2006/press_release_10242006b.shtm   (254 words)

  
 Hardie, George, 1912-2001.
Hardie’s passion for aviation began at a young age with his collection ranging from materials on airplane model building, to aircraft design and construction in the jet age.
He published articles in dozens of periodicals on many subjects related to Wisconsin aviation and became such a powerful influence in the field that in 1984 he was made a charter member of the Mitchell Gallery of Flight organization, where he served as secretary, exhibit designer, historian, and editor of their newsletter Flightlines.
The George Hardie Aviation and Aerospace History Collection in Special Collections documents the development of modern aviation and aircraft, especially as it relates to contemporary society and popular imagination, through primary printed sources published from the 1890s to the mid-1960s.
www.uwm.edu /Library/arch/findaids/uwmmss65.htm   (2870 words)

  
 Blue Bird Aviation (Sudan)
From humble beginnings in the early 90s, Blue Bird Aviation was gaining the respect of aviation professionals in the Sudan for its excellent level of service with respect to light aircraft maintenance.
In a developing country where the infrastructure is not that good, light aircraft transport provides the best means of transport to cover the vast areas of land in Sudan.
Blue Bird Aviation's mission is to create aviation history in Sudan by providing an outstanding service to its clientele just as the Concorde (used in Blue Bird’s logo) once did for the elite air travelers.
www.bluebirdsudan.com /about.html   (358 words)

  
 China Civil Aviation
WingsOverAsia.com is a pioneering General Aviation portal capturing the essence of flying in Asia from China to Australia.
Build an amicable community of aviation enthusiasts to spread the passion and promote awareness for general aviation in Asia.
Aviation for Women, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International includes: scholarship information, job openings, networking area, calendar of events, organizational and industry news, reviews of current resources (books, etc.) regular columns on current issues, women's health and aviation experiences.
www.uniworldchina.com /detail/pub-1.asp   (960 words)

  
 Koh Samui Airport
The excellence of its disign has been honoured with a number of environmental and awards,including First Place in the Outstanding Architecture 1998 Competition staged by the Siam Architects Association under the patronage of His Majesty the King of Thailand.
Samui Airport also won a Board of National Environment Award in 1989 for Aviation Environmental Protection and Awarenes.
It covers an area of 500 rai on the northern end of Samui Island near Bophut Beach, and is only 20 minutes' drive from the main beach of Chaweng.
www.indiatravelite.com /discoverworld/kohsamuiairport.htm   (400 words)

  
 Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal
The administration and regulations of Civil Aviation within Nepal is the responsibility of the CAAN.
The terms of Reference of the AVSEC Department has been included in the National AVSEC Programme and this department has been assigned to take the responsibility of the Secretariat of National AVSEC Committee.
The Civil Aviation Act, 1959, Civil Aviation Security (Management) Rules 1989 and Civil Aviation Authority Act 1996 are the basic aviation legislation in Nepal incorporating the provisions relating to aviation security.
www.caanepal.org.np /aviation_security.htm   (251 words)

  
 Flightlevel350.com: Free Aviation Videos, Airplane Videos and Cockpit Videos
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 Boeing: Aviation Reading List Home
Conquest of the Skies: A History of Commercial Aviation in America.
This aviation booklist has suggested readings for enthusiasts of all ages, from grade school to high school and beyond.
Most of these titles, and more, can be found in your school or local library.
www.boeing.com /companyoffices/aboutus/readinglist.html   (566 words)

  
 Notice to Australians of Informed Aviation Magazines - Say NO to aspartame!
I thought you might appreciate a copy of this post which was an introduction to a pilot list, listing a few of the aviation magazines that have warned pilots off (of aspartame).
It is a poison masquerading as a sweetener.
It is a great hazard to aviation because it is a seizure triggering drug.
www.dorway.com /betty/avmags.html   (1758 words)

  
 David L. Stanley  :: AT Faculty & Staff :: Aviation Technology - Purdue University
David L. Stanley is an Assistant Professor of Aviation Technology at Purdue University, West Lafayette.
Taught the lab components of powerplant courses while a graduate student in IT.
Performed maintenance and effected repairs to a variety of aircraft ranging from single-engine trainers to business jets and turbo-props.
www2.tech.purdue.edu /at/facstaff/dlstanley   (226 words)

  
 TAG Aviation
The British Ministry of Defense began to transfer control of Farnborough to TAG Aviation in 1997, with the understanding that the facility would be used solely for business aviation and the Farnborough Air Show.
The show produced approximately US $21 billion of aviation orders and contributed more than £17 million to the local economy.
The independent Consultative Committee is the forum in which the management of TAG Aviation interacts with local public agencies, residential communities and with airport users on a range of environmental and other airport issues.
www.tagaviation.com /farnborough/fab_ppf.htm   (492 words)

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