EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting TONIGHT
carlsonj at workingcode.com
Wed Jul 14 08:42:55 EDT 2021
The July EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting is scheduled for tonight at
1830L (6:30PM EDT) at the Nashua Airport, 93 Perimeter Road, Nashua, NH
There is no virtual option for this meeting, but you can attend the
Manchester meeting via Zoom on Tuesday, July 20th if you prefer. Because
the Nashua meeting is indoors, and the room is not large, it may not be
appropriate for those who have not been fully vaccinated yet or with
other health concerns.
Items planned for tonight's meeting:
- Pilot Workshop Scenario (Dataless Over the Dakotas)
- Topic Of The Month
- Insert your item here (suggestions wanted)
I'll be there by 6PM to open the room, but the real meeting begins at
6:30PM with this month's scenario.
Radek's "Question of the Month" is on hiatus for July and August due to
The Topic Of The Month is "Aftermarket Safety Equipment." You can watch
a 60 minute video on the topic from Stephen Brown:
The video covers ways to evaluate budgeting for upgrades, options to
consider (not just avionics!), passenger briefings, and other issues.
There's also a good 85 minute video on dealing with rogue pilots:
Will you miss tonight's meeting? If so, please consider attending
Steve Cunningham's EAA IMC Club Manchester Chapter Meeting at 1830L on
Tuesday, July 20th, 2021. Both meetings are sponsored by National
Here are the Manchester (not Nashua!) Zoom meeting details:
Meeting ID: 847 0635 2017
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+1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
Please contact George Brome <george at gbflying.com> if you need help with
the Manchester meeting.
Either meeting qualifies for 1 WINGS credit as "Basic Knowledge." You
can sign up in advance for the Nashua in-person meeting here:
and the Manchester Zoom meeting here:
Hope to see you tonight.
James Carlson 42.703N 71.076W <carlsonj at workingcode.com>
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