The Afterburn Podcast – Episode 1

WARBIRD RADIO –  50 Special Ops troops are engaged in a heavy firefight with ISIS fighters. A-10 pilot, Major Tyler “Leeroy” Schultz (USAF) is called in and helps turn the fight around. His actions earn him the Distinguished Flying Cross.   That day 83 ISIS fighters are killed during the 5 hour firefight. Listen in to hear “Leeroy’s” journey becoming an U.S. Air Force A-10 pilot and the actions he took to save 50 U.S. soldiers and numerous coalition troops. 

QUICK LINK:  Wingman Watches (Enter “Rain10” for discount!)

QUICK LINK:  John Waters on Instagram

SHOW CENTER The Airshow Podcast – Kirby Chambliss!

WARBIRD RADIO – Happy New Year!  Kirby Chambliss talks to us after dropping his daughter off at school and Friendly Jerry’s attorney calls us for a chat.  You’ve been warned before – but – if you truly have nothing better to do, take a listen!

SHOW CENTER The Airshow Podcast – EAA’s Dennis Dunbar!

WARBIRD RADIO – EAA’s Dennis Dunbar joins Ric, Rob and Matt on this episode of SHOW CENTER The Airshow Podcast.  Take a listen!

QUICK LINK: EAA

Warbird Radio LIVE! – Patty Wagstaff – Episode 627

WARBIRD RADIO – Legendary aviator Patty Wagstaff talks flying and her new Sporty’s Pilot Shop video series on aerobatics.  Take a listen – take a flight (see link below). 

QUICK LINK:  Patty Wagstaff 

URGENT! – Hawaii Gov. Evicts Naval Air Museum, War Memorials In Jeopardy – Ep 626

WARBIRD RADIO – The Naval Air Museum Barbers Point has been evicted by the Hawaii Department of Transportation.  Museum Director Brad Hayes and long time supporter (and former resident) Alan Miller fill us in on the details of this developing situation.

QUICK LINK:  Naval Air Museum Barbers Point

QUICK LINK: Museum’s Facebook Page – SEE THE DOCUMENT TRAIL HERE

QUICK LINK:  GoFundMe For Museum’s Legal Defense

HDOT RESPONSE:

Hello Matt,

Thank you for the opportunity to respond to your inquiry. The HDOT Airports Division manages, operates and maintains the airports system in conformity with State and Federal laws, requirements, and rules as well as established policies and procedures to maintain a safe and efficient global air transportation organization.

The Hawaii Museum of Flying (HMF) has had a 30-day Revocable Permit at Kalaeloa Airport since August 2000 to use a 901 square foot building and an area of 1,522 square feet of land. The tenant was provided a letter of revocation and notice to vacate dated Sept. 17, 2019 stating concerns with general liability coverage, compliance with laws, and the considerable unauthorized area being occupied by unpermitted exhibition pieces, which adds up to approximately 173,718 square feet or 3.9 acres.

The HDOT Airports Division and its leadership has repeatedly requested the necessary documentation regarding insurance and fluid spill violations, however the HMF did not furnish the documentation until after the letter of revocation was received. HMF has been provided multiple opportunities to correct the unauthorized use of land outside its permitted area and it has failed to comply. HDOT leadership appreciates the military and its personnel and just like in the military rules and regulations must be followed. The notice to vacate stands, however HDOT has continued a dialogue with the HMF leadership on the matter.

All the best,
Tim Sakahara
Hawaii Department of Transportation, Public Affairs

CONTACT: timothy.j.sakahara@hawaii.gov

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