In The Pattern: If you See Something, Say So

Nothing prevents us from using the CTAF, or ATC frequencies, for safety-related information beyond our position and intentions.

Many years ago, when I was still a bold pilot, I was in the U.S. Air Force, based at Beale AFB and flying as a copilot aboard the KC-135Q, the venerable airborne tanker system based on the Boeing 707. The “Q” version of the KC-135 was specially modified to refuel the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird with […]
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