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1 POSTS 0 COMMENTSBelvoir Media Group, publishers of Kitplanes, AVweb.com, Aviation Safety and numerous additional magazines, newsletters and web sites serving the information needs of general aviation pilots. He is an instrument-rated private pilot, and holds a 50-ton captain’s license from the U.S. Coast Guard. In prior roles he served as an editor at leading marine magazines, and was the science/technology/aerospace editor of Popular Mechanics. Tim’s editorial assignments have taken him aboard America’s nuclear Navy, to climate change studies at the South Pole, and to particle physics cyclotrons in Siberia. Tim and his wife, Sarah Smedley, live in Greenwich, Connecticut and New York City.
Book Review: Shuttle, Houston
Tim Cole -
It was not just another day in the life of NASA flight director Paul Dye, who was sitting in the exalted center seat at mission control...
In Case You Missed it
Mike and Laura Starkey’s RANS S-21: Part 3
The build begins “small.”
Flight Review: Buena Venterra
What kind of performance can you get from a turbocharged Rotax 914 engine on the nose of a RANS S-19 airframe? Editor-in-Chief Marc Cook finds out.
Down to Earth
Amy Laboda -
How do you build and fly a homebuilt aircraft while still maintaining a good relationship with spouse and family? That is the question, and Amy Laboda offers some answers.