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Ed Furst Sr. Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing – September 20th

REMINDER
29th ANNUAL
ED FURST SR.
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP GOLF OUTING

CRYSTAL SPRINGS
(Golf Digest has ranked the course in the top 25 in the country)
Hamburg, New Jersey

September 20, 2017 (Wednesday)


12:00 Noon Shotgun Start
Check in and lunch starts at 10:00 AM

COST:   $175.00 per person (Includes Lunch, Dinner, and prizes)
$600.00 for a foursome
The Teterboro Golf Outing Committee has gone “HIGH TECH”!!!
You can now:
– View the event information
– Get Directions
– Register and Pay on line as: Player, Sponsor, and Volunteer (Note: All major credit cards, including American Express, are accepted)
– View Sponsorships and sign up for them

CLICK HERE  to access the Home page for the 2017 Golf Outing
https://www.planmygolfevent.com/30992-PAMA2017_Golf_Outing
The site is “user friendly“, the process is simple!!

Planning to stay overnight at the Golf outing??  See attached sheet for discounted room pricing!!

However, if you have any difficulties with the registration or any questions, please contact:
Gary Tallis by phone: 862-686-1702 or e mail:  gary.tallis@basf.com
Please sign up early!!

September Chapter Meeting – September 19th

SEPTEMBER 19, 2017 (TUESDAY)

Graycliff Restaurant

122 Moonachie Ave
Moonachie, NJ 07074
(201) 939-9233

(Cocktails at 5:30, Dinner at 6:00 PM)

MEETING SPONSORED BY:  


Honeywell Aerospace

TOPIC:    TO BE DETERMINED
SPEAKER:   Joe Vitulli

COST:   MEMBERS:            $25.00
NON-MEMBERS:    $30.00
STUDENTS:             $20.00

Please feel free to post this announcement or forward it to other non-PAMA members.

Wings & Wheels 2017

Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey
PRESENT
WINGS & WHEELS 2017
(Vintage/Military Aircraft and Car show)
“A Salute to Veterans”
(Open to the public- Bring Your Family)
ESSEX COUNTY AIRPORT
27 Wright Way

Fairfield, New Jersey 07004
Click here for directions
SEPTEMBER 23 – 24, 2017  (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY)

Saturday 9AM to 5 PM
Sunday 9AM  to 4 PM
FEATURING:
“Aluminum Overcast” (WWII B-17 Bomber) (Rides available)

-WWII P-51 “Never Miss”

-WWII TBM Avenger Torpedo Bomber

and More

Classic and Antique Automobiles
Children’s Entertainment Attractions
and MORE!!

ADMISSION:  

Adults: $10.00; Seniors and children under 12:  $8.00; 

Children under 5: Free;  

Free Admission to: Active or reserve duty military personnel (with ID) and Veterans wearing VFW or American Legion Caps or with VA ID
NOTE:   No Back Packs, coolers, etc.
Event proceeds benefit the Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey
Check our Web Site: www.njahof.org for latest information or call 201-288-6344

 

Flyer – EAA B17

Flyer – Wings & Wheels 2017

Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum – Open Cockpit Weekend

Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey

Teterboro Airport
400 Fred Wehran Drive
Teterboro, NJ 07608

(201-288-6344)

HOSTS

“Open Cockpit Weekend”

  AUGUST 19, 2017 (SATURDAY)
&

AUGUST 20, 2017 (SUNDAY)

10 AM till 4 PM each day

 

 

The display includes a very rare Lockheed Bushmaster, a Convair 880 circa 1958, a M*A*S*H Bell helicopter, a Coast Guard Helicopter, an OV-1 Mohawk observation plane, a Walter Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Truck and a Cobra Gunship Helicopter. Additionally, the world’s only surviving Martin 202 airliner is on display but only the cabin is open. This aircraft was operated by TWA beginning in 1950.V

People, young and old can learn how the flight systems work. Qualified pilots will help guests understand the instruments and controls of these special aircraft.

COME VISIT ONE OF THE 10 BEST MUSEUMS IN NJ ACCORDING TO “BEST THINGS NEW JERSEY”!

SEE HERE: https://bestthingsnj.com/museums/

 

Admission:  (Access to the Museum is included)

$10.00 Adults
$8.00 seniors and children under 12

Children 2 and under are free.

Founded in 1972, the Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey is dedicated to the preservation of the Garden State’s distinguished, two-century aviation and space heritage. The men and women, whose outstanding aeronautical achievements have brought worldwide recognition to the state, are enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Phone: 201-288-6344

Upcoming Open Cockpit Weekends:
October  7th & 8th
November  11th & 12th 

Guy Leida

It is with sadness I report the passing of GUY LEIDA on JULY 5, 2017

Visitation: JULY 10, 2017 (MONDAY)  (4:00 – 8:00 PM)

M. John Scanlan Funeral Home
781 Newark Pompton Tpke.
Pompton Plains, New Jersey 07444
973-831-1300

Funeral Mass:  JULY 11, 2017 (TUESDAY)

St. Mary’s RC Church
17 Pompton Avenue
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey 07442

Click Here for More information

***********************************************************************************************Guy Leida,

Guy Leida, 84, of Bloomingdale, passed away on July 5, 2017.

Born in Washington, NJ, Guy was raised in Fair Lawn.  He proudly served in the US Air Force and later had a long career as an aircraft mechanic and supervisor.  Guy was a member of PAMA and won several aviation awards, and he also volunteered as an usher at St. Mary’s Church and a Eucharistic Minister at Chilton Memorial Hospital.

Guy had a love of traveling and enjoyed refinishing antique furniture, collecting antique cars, and rebuilding clocks.  He was best known for his storytelling and jokes and was a loving husband, father, brother, and “Bumpy” to his grandchildren.

Guy is survived by his wife, Gracemarie (Suzy); his son, Guy; his daughters, Linda Goldsmith, Sandra Chaplin and her husband Dennis; and Carol Johnson and her husband Stuart; his brother, A. James Leida and his wife Laurie; his grandchildren, David Chaplin, Corinne Chaplin, and Olivia Johnson; and many nieces and nephews.  He was predeceased by his grandchildren, Eugene and Tristan Daley.

Visiting hours will be held Monday, July 10 from 4 to 8 pm at the M. John Scanlan Funeral Home, Pompton Plains.  A funeral Mass will be held 11 am Tuesday at St. Mary’s RC Church, Pompton Lakes.  Cremation will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Guy’s memory to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital would be greatly appreciated by his family.

 

KPOU – Hudson Valley Regional Airport – Open House – June 3rd

HUDSON VALLEY REGIONAL AIRPORT (kpou)
263 New Hackensack Road
Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

(845) 463-6000  

OPEN HOUSE
KPOU Flyer (Click HERE !)

JUNE 3, 2017 (SATURDAY)
9AM – 6 PM

FREE Admission and Parking – Fun for the Whole Family!
Fly-in traffic welcome!

Commemorative Air Force – Trenton-Mercer County Airport (TTN)

COMMEMORATIVE AIR FORCE
CAF AirPower HISTORY TOUR

Trenton-Mercer County Airport (TTN)

Signature Flight Support
34 E. Piper Avenue

Trenton, NJ 08628

May 29 (Monday) (Memorial day) through May 31 (Wednesday), 2017

Monday, May 29:      2:00 – 5:00 PM
Tuesday, May 30:      9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday, May 31:
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Education Day activities for children on Tuesday, May 30 from 10 am to 1 pm.

Come see the B-29 FIFI when the Commemorative Air Force’s AirPower History Tour lands at Trenton-Mercer County Airport (TTN) on Memorial Day!

Fly on the B-29, C-45 or T-6!

Also on display will be WWII liaison aircraft that are part of the local CAF unit, the Delaware Valley Wing, based at Princeton Airport (39N).

Ramp Access:         $10 for adults
$5 for children 11 – 17
Children 10 and under are free

Aircraft:   B-29 Superfortress, FIFI
C-45 (Twin Beech), Bucket of Bolts
T-6 Texan
L-4 (Piper)
L-9 (Stinson)
L-16 (Aeronca)
L-17 Navion

To book a flight or for more information, go to:  http://www.airpowersquadron.org/trenton-nj


May 24th – Aircraft Maintenance Technician Day

AMT (Aircraft Maintenance Technician) DAY
MAY 24 (ANNUALLY)

HAPPY AMT DAY!!
Aviation Maintenance Technician Day – May 24

AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN DAY
On May 24 we honor the men and women who have worked behind the scenes making and keeping aviation possible. It is Aviation Maintenance Technician Day.

We all know the story of Orville and Wilbur Wright, Kitty Hawk and the experiment of human flight.

How many of us know the name, Charles Edward Taylor? He came to work for the Wrights in 1902 when the research turned to powered flight. The automobile companies couldn’t supply an engine both light enough and powerful enough for flight.

Enter Taylor. A machinist by trade, with a metal lathe, drill press, and other hand tools, he built the 12-horse power engine which propelled the Wright’s aeroplane 20 feet above the wind-swept North Carolina beach. The longest flight lasted 59 seconds for a distance of 852 feet. It took Taylor 6 weeks to build the engine and yet, history books rarely mention the man who helped make the historic December 17, 1903, flight possible.

Being on the cusp of the aeronautics industry, Taylor continued to design aircraft engines for the Wright brothers as well as teaching them to build their own. When the first airport was established (by the Wrights), he was named the airport manager.

The partnership continued when the Wright brothers were awarded a military contract for the first military plane with Taylor designing and building the engine.

Taylor’s adventures continued in 1911 when William Randolph Hearst offered up a cash award to the first pilot to fly across the United States in 30 days or less. Cal Rodgers, a young pilot, accepted the challenge and hired Charles Taylor as his mechanic.

Rodgers made it, landing and crashing from New York to Pasadena, with Taylor trailing along in a car.

Charles Taylor continued in the field of aviation maintenance for more than 60 years. Like Taylor, aviation maintenance technicians around the world work in the background, keeping civilian and military aircraft safe. On May 24th, we recognize their achievements and humble history.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Use #AviationMaintenaceTechnicianDay to share on social media.

HISTORY

Through the efforts of Richard Dilbeck, in 2001, the FAA created the created the prestigious Charles E. Taylor Master Mechanic Award to honor AMTs, who had served at least 50 years in aircraft maintenance. The following year, California Senator Knight introduced a resolution honoring Aviation Maintenance Technicians annually in honor of Charles Taylor’s birthday.

There are over 1,500 national days. Don’t miss a single one. Celebrate Every Day with National Day Calendar!

Chapter Meeting – May 23rd

 

MAY 23, 2017 (TUESDAY)

Graycliff Restaurant

122 Moonachie Ave
Moonachie, NJ 07074
(201) 939-9233

(Cocktails at 5:30, Dinner at 6:00 PM)

Meeting sponsored by

ROCKWELL COLLINS

TOPIC:    Introducing Rockwell Collins New In Flight Entertainment offering: “STAGE”

SPEAKERS:   Peter Barletto & Sean Lynch (Northeast Account Manager, Business and Regional Systems)

COST: 
MEMBERS:             $25.00
NON-MEMBERS:    $30.00
STUDENTS:             $20.00


Please feel free to post this announcement and flyer or forward it to other non-PAMA members.

Joint WAMA / PAMA Meeting – April 13th – Thursday

Joint WAMA \ PAMA MEETING

April 13, 2017
***Thursday***

Graycliff Restaurant

122 Moonachie Ave
Moonachie, NJ 07074
(201) 939-9233

Cocktails at 5:30 PM, Dinner at 6:30 PM



 

 

 

Meeting Sponsored by  Gulfstream


SPEAKER:   Phil Restivo (Regional Director, Customer Support)
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: 
Eric Holmberg, Experimental Test Pilot with a presentation on Innovations and Technology

Gulfstream is respected internationally for engineering and designing technologically advanced aircraft and systems that consistently redefine business aviation. Expect that standard to continue.

Gulfstream’s Research and Development campus in Savannah, Georgia, is a shared base for more than 1,500 employees who develop and test next-generation aviation concepts in laboratories and offices totaling more than 500,000 square feet/46,452 square meters.


To assure adequate seating, please pre register using the link below.

Click here for registration

 

Please support your local WAMA and PAMA chapter and bring a friend.

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