STAFF BLOG THE AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #51 - Something for WWII buffs and more
I've always been intrigued by the World War II era, the photos, the music, and the people. Maybe that's why I'm so excited about the first of this week's recommended blogs. Check it out and the rest o... Posted on 10/19/11 at 7:53 AM
For the next few weeks UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service will be working overtime to make sure you get your holiday gifts on time, but if Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gets his way, in the future, it might be delivery drones working those extra hours.
Piloted by Grand Forks Police Cpl. Tim Schuh using a stylus on a video screen, a small hovering unmanned aircraft with four rotors and two cameras created a video map Thursday of the scene of a violent crime from 400 feet above it.
From the Oil Patch to Fargo, from Turtle Mountain to the Badlands, two Jamestown residents toured all of North Dakota with a view from the sky. Dale Seckerson, 61, and Jay Dugan, 35, recently flew to all 89 airports in North Dakota, completing the top tier of the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission’s passport program.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Business continues to boom at the eight large airports in North Dakota, and the state Aeronautics Commission is looking for Federal Aviation Administration help with projects to keep up with the increasing pace of plane boardings.
Nearly 60 years ago, Alexander MacDonald returned to Fargo after a tour of duty during the Korean War and piloted the P-51 Mustang, the first fighter plane to fly under the umbrella of the newly formed North Dakota Air National Guard.
U.S. naval aviators from Training Squadron Two-Two are scheduled to arrive in Grand Forks Sept. 4. They are here to participate in presentations and displays of the Boeing T-45 Goshawk for UND aviation students Sept. 5.
Pilots who graduate from the University of North Dakota aviation school will be eligible to work for commercial airlines with fewer flight hours than required by a new federal rule, college officials said Thursday.
Construction crews at the Devils Lake airport made a grizzly discovery recently -- they found a set of human remains near where a new runway is slated to be built. The body was found in late May, causing a delay in the airport expansion project.
Pennington County Sheriff's Office has confirmed a plane crash this afternoon. A witness tells WDAZ that the plane crashed about ten miles west of Thief River Falls near the intersection of Pennington County Road 8 and the Pembina Trail.
School Presidents from the University of North Dakota and Lake Region State College today signed an agreement to collaborate in unmanned aerial system research. The cooperation between the schools allows Lake Region State to become a part of UND's center for UAS research.
The National Transportation Safety Board says pilot error was the probable cause of a Sept. 7 crash that killed veteran pilot Bob Odegaard as he was practicing for an air show near Valley City in his vintage war plane.
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