Steve Tupper: Exploring Aviation A private pilot and US Civil Air Patrol major explores the envelope of aviation, one corner at a time. About Steve Tupper
As a follow-up to my last post, I though that you might enjoy seeing the video that covers Deadly's first flight. Click on the image above and enjoy!
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You need to fix the format of your vids. Most of these are not accessible. Also, are you joyriding in a CAP aircraft. Against the rules isn't it? I guess if you are a Major you can do what you want.
Hey Mike, I haven't a problem viewing any of the videos. But that's not the bother. You say something about "joyriding in a CAP aircraft". Two things. First, if you pay any attention at all to Steve's online presence, you will know that the T-7 that he flies in this video is not owned by the CAP, but is privately owned by the Tuskegee Airmen National Historical Museum. Second, and perhaps most importantly is, if you call giving your cherished loved one a ride in an aircraft, or if committing any act of aviation a "joyride" in the sense that every time I pull back on a control wheel is a joy, then call me GUILTY!
I don't follow this guy but I would have guessed CAP also. I mean, the guy is in a former AFA plane (I fly a former AFA plane also for the CAP) and he is wearing some kind of goofy flight suit.