Rose Marie to give Zoom presentations for the University of New Mexico
In June and July Rose Marie will be giving presentations on the past, present and future of Air Traffic Control and the National Airspace System for the Continuing Education division of the University of New Mexico. This division offers a wide variety of classes to the public and you do not have to be a registered student to attend. Due to Covid restrictions, these classes will be conducted online via Zoom. For more information click here.
Air to Ground 2020
For over 15 year the United States has labored to transition the Air Traffic Control system from being RADAR based to Satellite surveillance. The culmination of that process is complete in 2020 and Rose’s book for pilots about how the ATC System works has just been updated with insights pilots need! Click Here for more information.
Stress is Relative a Winner!
The New Mexico Press Women’s Association receives over a thousand entries in their annual Communications Contest. Rose Marie’s memoir of an Air Traffic Controller, Stress is Relative, was awarded 2nd place in the category of Non-fiction: Biography.
Are you Aviation Weather Wise?
Rose Marie’s latest article encouraging pilots to investigate weather at a deeper level than just looking at Metars and Tafs has just been published on AvWeb. Check it out here!
With winter around the corner pilots will want to brush up on their weather RADAR reading skills. My article on the subject is available now on AVWEB, the world’s premier independent aviation news resource. Click Here to connect and read!