Sun, 16 October 2011
Dave Shallbetter chats with Joyce Sanborn & John Iskra about Wings & Things, the Florida Air Museum's annual open house & fund raiser.
Click here for more information on Wings & Things: http://sun-n-fun.org/EventArticles/WingsnThings.aspx
November 4-6, 2011
Weekend $25 per person
Registration required for all participants. Must meet registration deadline for First Flight eligibility
Click here to download 2011 Wings 'n Things Registration Packet.
If you are a pilot and interested in Flying First Flights with the scouts please download the form below:
The original interview for Managing Safety had to be edited to run in the tima allowed. This is the full length interview
Dave Shallbetter (http://sun-n-fun.org/Multimedia/SnfRadio.aspx) & Lynda Meeks (www.GirlsWithWings.com) chat with Pamela Landis of Ocean Helicopters (www.oceanHelicopters.com) about helicopters & the women who fly them.
Category:general -- posted at: 6:45am EST
On Special Assignment for The Managing Safety Radio Show, Dave Shallbetter, host of SnFRadio (http://sun-n-fun.org/Multimedia/SnfRadio.aspx) & Guest Host Lynda Meeks (www.GirlsWithWings.com) chat with Pam Landis of (www.OceanHelicopters.com) about helicopters & the women who fly them.
This interview was edited to run in time allowed. The full length show is also available.
Special thanks to Lynda Meeks for being our guest host.
Category:Managing Safety Radio Show -- posted at: 6:28am EST
Recorded Live on the air at Sun 'n Fun 2011
Dave Shallbetter & Dr. David Kolbaba chat with John Zapp, founder of The Flying Musicians Association.
For more information or to join The Flying Musiaians Association visit: http://flyingmusicians.org
Category:SnFRadio LIVE -- posted at: 8:55am EST
In this Virtual Deck Interview, SnFRadio host, Dave Shallbetter, chats with Sun 'n Fun's Kris Wharton, organizer of the Hanger Door Canteen, a 40's era themed dinner dance fundraiser for the Florida Air Museum.
To purchase tickets or For more information Click Here: http://sun-n-fun.org/getdoc/bd47e109-8924-4f54-8bac-59cce7e7f672/Hangar-Door-Canteen.aspx
Category:general -- posted at: 9:24am EST
SUN ’n FUN REACTS TO WEEKEND AIRSHOW TRAGEDIES
John "Lites" Leenhouts, the recently named President/CEO of SUN 'n FUN Fly-In, Inc. issued the following statement concerning the tragic accidents that aviation enthusiasts experienced this weekend.
"All at SUN 'n FUN are saddened by the news this weekend from Friday’s horrific accident at the Air Races in Reno, Nevada and then by Saturday’s tragic loss at The Thunder over the Blue Ridge show in Martinsburg, West Virginia. We offer our sympathies to all those who have been impacted by each of these unfortunate tragedies. On a personal note, we extend our support to the family of Jimmy Leeward, who perished at Reno. He was a friend and frequent contributor to SUN 'n FUN over the years. Both of these incidents poignantly reaffirm the importance that SUN 'n FUN places on safety, both in the air and on the ground. We are firmly committed to do all we can to assure the safety of all our guests who share the inspiring world of aviation with us each year.''
In our partnership with the Polk County School District Sun 'n Fun Radio is helping to publicize this search for a Middle School Aerospace Technology teacher.
News From the Florida Air Museum at SUN 'n FUN:
Sleepy Hill Middle School is looking for a teacher to teach Aerospace Technology. This is a middle school preparatory program that is vertically aligned to Kathleen High School's Central Florida Aerospace Academy (CFAA)located on the SUN 'n FUN campus. The purpose of this program is to provide students with an opportunity to explore the area of aerospace technology and its associated careers. The program also provides students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of aerospace and engineering technologies, a review of its history and effect upon our lives, and the choosing of an occupation in aviation, aerospace, or engineering. The content and activities will also include the study of safety and leadership skills, as well as introduction to skills in engineering, flight, meteorology, flight physiology, and space exploration. This program further provides introduction to the demonstration of the technological tools, machines, instruments, materials, management, processes and systems in engineering and the aviation/aerospace business and industry.
The ideal candidate for this position should have a minimum of a private pilot or ground school instructor license and/or industry experience in the field of engineering or aviation.
Interested candidates should send a resume to:
John Small, Sr. Director, Polk County Schools
P. O. Box 391
Bartow, FL 33831
Thanks to new volunteer @PilotMike for recording this announcement.
Category:general -- posted at: 7:16am EST
Same Great Guest, same great content but in mono to be aired on SnFRadio
Category:general -- posted at: 10:05am EST
In his first SnFRadio interview, at the end of his second week as Sun 'n Fun's new president, John "Lites" Leenhouts chats with Dave Shallbetter on the Virtual Deck.
Lites tells Dave about his background-
Becoming a pilot
Joining the Navy
His Naval Aviator career, inccluding his role in Desert Storm
The alphabet soup of aircraft hes flown & what's in the stable now
His famiy, their search for a home in Lakeland
His initial impressions and what's ahead
Saving the best for last, Lites tells Dave about his call sign.
Recorded Friday, August 26, 2011
Polite constructive critism always welcome.
PilotMall.com proud sponsor of Sun 'n Fun. Recorded 2011 by Elisabeth Daniels