The FAA is here to help

The FAA actually IS here to help. But then, the road to hell is often paved with good intentions (such as helping others, hehe). Mike sometimes complains about how he spends more time in the office on paperwork than actually flying. I think we already did a strip on that at some point… If you fly, I am sure you have at least one FAA story you could share in our forum!

Plug of the day: Todays shout out goes to the guys at Delta Bravo Sierra, an Army related comic strip. They just did a tribute strip to Charles Schultz. Those of us who read our books will know that we like to do that too! 😉

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2 comments on “The FAA is here to help
  1. Mike says:

    As seen on a t-shirt once…”FAA – We’re not happy until you’re not happy”. 🙂 Seriously, though, I’d hope they’re like CASA in Australia, who have been making an effort to communicate and work with both GA and industry, to make it a better and safer flying environment for everyone, even if it rarely seems like it. They’re trying…VERY.

  2. warbirdali says:

    Dick Lemon’s book “You want to build and fly a what?” has a great bit about him turning up o the ramp wearing an FAA baseball cap and shades and the scattering of Hangar Rats and other ne’er-do-wells, the slamming of hangar doors and cars screeching off into the distance. I believe there may have been tumbleweed too

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