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Carly Courtney graduated summa cum laude with her BFA in Creative Writing from Sierra Nevada College nestled in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Carly is still there, living the dream writing articles and flying (as a student pilot) whenever she can!

Posts by Carly Courtney

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Rod Machado’s new eLearning Course on in-flight emergencies is definitely an entertaining and educating course that offers valuable material for both student and certificated …

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Stearman Biplane, Boeing-Stearman Model 75, PT-17, or Kaydet: A Biplane by Any Other Name Featured image “Taxi for 17” of a Boeing-Stearman taken by …

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Of the 345 Grumman Goose aircraft made, an estimated 30 remain airworthy. Few amphibious planes are as well-known as the Grumman G-21 Goose, which …

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Piper Tomahawk: Taking a Look at the Affordable PA-38 Founded by brothers Clarence and Gordon Taylor in 1927, the Taylor Brothers Aircraft Manufacturing Company …

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14 Years Ago Today, One of the Countries Most Valuable Airports Was Secretly Demolished, Stranding the GA Aircraft at the Field Under cover of …

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The Cessna 195 Businessliner Is a Retro Airplane with Hot Rod Looks and a Marilyn Monroe Luxury Most aircraft produced today are built to …

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The Beechcraft 58 Baron has been at the top of its class since 1984. The Beechcraft 58 Baron evolved from a long line of …

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The 730lb, 100 HP Rans S-7S Courier is a Testament to the Freedom of Light-Sport Aircraft In November 1982, the one-seat Rans S-4 Coyote became …

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The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 is considered to be the best fighter Germany’s produced during the war, and for good reason. The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 …

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Diving into emergency landings and the engine out procedure in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. [This is the tenth in a series of articles detailing …

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