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Fly-Low Magazine book review gives “Stress is Relative” high praise. It has been my pleasure to write for Fly-Low magazine for the past ten years and this month (July Issue) the editor of Fly-Low magazine did me the honor of reviewing my latest book.   The editor/publisher of Fly-Low, Ralph McCormick …

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The annual New Mexico Communication Contest recognizes excellence in print, broadcast, electronic or Internet media, photography, marketing, public relations, graphic arts and journalism in New Mexico. Contest winners are announced in spring and awards are presented at New Mexico Press Women’s annual banquet. The 2018 New Mexico Press Women’s Communications …

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Hello Rose Marie, I finished reading your book today. It was straight-forward, easy reading, and I enjoyed it. There is a wealth of information in it, and I learned things that are not published anywhere else, in any FAA textbooks, etc. You really did a good job of tying Flight …

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If you’ve been thinking you’d like to access all the information Rose Marie has gathered, but really didn’t want a physical book – you’re in luck!  Air to Ground is now available at Amazon.com as a Kindle e-book.  The cost of the e-book through their website is $5.99.  When you do a …

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One of the biggest concerns of pilots across the country right now is the slow decline of General Aviation. The average age of pilots across the nation is now about 49 years old. Has the magic gone out of flying?    Anyone who has experienced the exhilaration of Oshkosh Air Venture …

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  Rose Marie’s Oshkosh Experience! Hey everybody!   I had a great time at AirVenture this year.  I gave a presentation on the History of Air Traffic Control and did 5 book signings during the event.   If you scroll down you’ll see my blog about what went on this week – a …

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On July 1st I had the pleasure of speaking to the Colorado Pilot’s Association at Front Range Airport east of Denver.  Michael Koscielniak, the Safety coordinator of the group arranged for me to give a FAAST Wings Credit Seminar.  The topics were “Filing ICAO Flight Plans” and the “Future of …