It's time to go back to school. What a perfect excuse to join the rush by grabbing a notebook, an instructor, and a new rating...

"Where Am I?" - August

Pack your water bottles. For August's "Where Am I?" contest, we're headed someplace very dry.

Some might also call it one of the most harrowing places to fly when the wind gets howling and the bumps start building.

But nonetheless, beautiful.

The first person to submit the correct guess gets a NEW Archer Bravo Aviation t-shirt and bragging rights in next month's newsletter.

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Someone "Felt" Lucky

ImageFor the first time, the great Northwest came calling in our July "Where Am I?" contest.

Archer Bravo Member Kenneth Haffner was the first to correctly guess this photo was taken while on short final to Runway 3L at Felts Field (SFF) in Spokane, Washington.

Felts has a rich history. Dating back more than 85 years, it is the original home of the Washington Air National Guard, and its main terminal building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Thanks to member Brad Lewandowski who snapped the picture from his friend's classic Cessna 172.

Congrats Ken. A new Archer Bravo t-shirt is on its way!

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What Am I? - August

ImageLet's head to the bustling ramp at Los Angeles International Airport for the next installment of our "What Am I?" contest.

You can't see the rest of the fuselage, but our experts out there shouldn't have any trouble identifying this aircraft type and version by closely examining the engines, gear, wing profile, and paint scheme.

Even if you're not an expert, you just might get it!

The first person to correctly guess will win an Archer Bravo Aviation mousepad, and a mention in our next newsletter.

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Did You Catch the Cod?

ImageWe just can't stump you. July's "What Am I?" contest required good knowledge of Naval Operations.

Archer Bravo Member Mike Dahl was the first to correctly identify the pictured aircraft as a C2-A Greyhound.

It's also known by naval pilots as a COD, which stands for Carrier Onboard Delivery. It's used for crucial logistical support, transporting people and cargo between land and carriers at sea.

Congrats Mike! An Archer Bravo Aviation mousepad is on the way!

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Ah, Wait a Minute...

Ever feel like you're being rushed by an instructor? This month's Bravo Blogger finds himself in an uncomfortable situation until he utters the magic words...

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Thank you for being a loyal Archer Bravo Aviation member. Find it, Fly it!


Chris Archer
Founder, Archer Bravo Aviation, Inc.