Congratulations to Liz!!! She has been selected for the 2012 recipient of the Aircraft Ditching Course Scholarship!!!
Plus, she will be heading to Dallas for the Awards Banquet at HAI!!!
You Go Girl!!! We are so happy for you and miss you so much!!!
The Quabbin Reservoir is the largest inland body of water in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and was built between 1930 and 1939. Today along with the Wachusett Reservoir, it is the primary water supply for Boston, some 65 miles (105 km) to the east, as well as 40 other communities in Greater Boston. It also supplies water to three towns west of the reservoir and acts as backup supply for three others. The Winsor Dam and the Goodnough Dike form the reservoir from impoundments of the three branches of the Swift River. The Quabbin Reservoir is part of the Chicopee River Watershed, which in turn feeds the Connecticut River.
Enjoy the pictures of this beautiful old city! Nothing like Good Old Boston, MA!
Josh attends E.O. Smith High School, the Depot Campus. E.O. Smith High school is focussed on learning through “real world experience and internships.”
Josh is 16 years old and is a Junior in High School, and this is his first year at the Depot Campus.
Josh has wanted to be a helicopter pilot for Lifestar for several years now. He believes it would be a great career and he could contribute a positive influence to the world, which he would enjoy. He found us on the Internet while searching for a helicopter training school.
Josh and his Advisor at the Depot Campus called and scheduled a “Shadow Day”, which also included a demo flight with Reagan Jones. Josh also interviewed Tim Dunn our Chief Pilot.
Josh LOVED his demo flight and really enjoyed his time with us. Afterwards, his Advisor and Rhonda discussed an internship for Tuesdays and Thursdays.
So there you have it, now Josh is an Intern here at NEH and so far loves it. He is thankful for everyone involved for helping him reach his dream!
On November 7, 2011, CFII Clint Hay and his student E.J. Holcomb ventured off for a night cross country to NYC. The pictures are really something else. The city that never sleeps…..
Enjoy the pictures.
When a student reaches the commercial stage of their training, there are required cross-countries and some are at night. Around here you can fly to many awesome areas, the Mountains of VT, the Coastal areas of Boston, RI, Martha’s Vineyard. But one of the student’s favorites is New York City! Enjoy these, we will be adding more.
The course turned out really well, and we added a Halloween Theme to the homemade dinner prepared by Rhonda and John. Homemade sauce with John’s famous homemade meatballs. It was a great evening, everyone learned alot.