Tuolumne County Aviation News
Fall 2013 Edition
Local & National
Pine Mountain Lake Airport
Other Aviation News
Flying & Living
in the Gold Country
See Photo's and Airport Activities
The Winter Edition Coming December 21, 2013
Historic Rural Airports
From Mariposa to
Nevada County Air Park
WE COMBINE OLD WORLD
Air Power Saves
Paul Poberezny 1921 -2013
There is No Fence
August 29, 2013 marked the passing of EAA Founder Paul Poberezny.
EAA confirmed the depth and breadth of admiration that people from all walks of life had for him. Tributes from aviation enthusiasts and others, organizations, and companies around the world came pouring in to the EAA office. Click on picture to read full story.
CAL FIRE'S two new DC-10s are now operational to help save lives and property. Click on the picture to read how CAL Fire did it.
Ask Jerry and Paula Baker, owners of Tuolumne Trails what they think of CAL FIRE's new DC-10 Air Tankers.
The new additions to the fleet of retardant dropping aircraft played a major roll in the Rim Fire. Click on picture to read full story.
On July 19th, FAA finalized its RTTF policy that could affect Units 11 & 12 at Pine Mountain Lake. Now it is up to the County to come up with a plan. Click on picture to read the up-dated RTTF news.
What's New In This Issue?
CAL FIRE Saves Lives & Property
Realizing the potential loss to history they immediately requested the Chinese authorities to consider an American and Chinese joint effort to restore the Command Cave where General Chennault and his Flying Tigers operated from in World War II.
The ground breaking for a Park
occurred in March 2010. Larry Jobe remarked "America and China stood together in battle". "Today we stand together again in cooperation and friendship to recognize those veterans who fought and died to preserve our freedom". Click on picture to read the full story
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EAA Northern Yosemite Chapter 1337 News
Wings of Eagles
A dream was fulfilled when Sari Schnepf became the first female First Officer for a major airline. Click on photo to read her story.
Seminar Airport Operations