Over New England 5-18-16
It's all over the news and the Portland Maine Police department is getting
National/world attention. That had to be pretty startling.
In May 5-13-16
I don't know if it's from living in New England, but when the weather is
CAVU, no matter how many hours of flight you have, 50+ mile visibility
is always a marvel.
MEETING TUESDAY 5-10-16:
from newsletter) Greetings all EAA’ers, A big thank you goes out to
Todd Scruton and his family for hosting our March meeting at their home.
We are planning on two very busy events between now and our June meeting.
The first event will be on Sunday, May 22nd and will be held at the Concord
Airport in Concord, NH. Last year’s Concord event was very well attended
and lots of Young Eagles from central NH got to take flight. The annual
Wings and Wheels event to be held at Skyhaven Airport on Saturday, June
4th. This is probably our biggest event of the year with more Young Eagles
than we can probably fly. Our BBQ will start at 6PM and the meeting at
7PM. Cooking will take place at the clubhouse and then we will
migrate down to the FBO office for the meeting. Happy Building and Safe
Flying, John Ricciotti EAA 225, chapter president (603)781-6572
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Power Opens Advanced Manufacturing Center in Carolina 5-5-16: GREENVILLE,
Power has opened a new $73 million Advanced Manufacturing Works (AMW) that
will apply new manufacturing technology to the production of turbines and
other machines. Recent research found that nearly 24 million people
are already employed in advanced manufacturing industries in the U.S.,
creating about 19 percent of GDP, and that each job in an advanced manufacturing
industry supports another 3.5 jobs through the supply chain. GE started
in Greenville more than 40 years ago with a 340,000-square-foot site. With
the latest addition of the AMW, the site has grown close to 1.7 million
square feet of factories, offices and laboratories focused on manufacturing
advanced products for customers worldwide. GE has more than 3,200 employees
in Greenville and has invested more than $500 million in the last