Where Wild Winds Rule--Mountain Wave Flying Training - Note Time: (10 a.m. thru 6 p.m.)
Mountain Wave Project
Rene Heise , Jim Payne, Einar Envoldson, Bob Harris
Mountain Wave Flying Techniques taught by WORLD Record Holders with High Altitude Equipment Training by NASA Life Support Personnel. Learn about experiences gained and results obtained, about suspense & adventure in thin air, where science & extreme sport meet.
Location of Seminar:
Crystalaire Golf Country Club Golf Course Clubhouse
15701 Boca Raton Ave.
Llano, CA 93544
Directions to Venue:
Southwest of Crystalaire Airport--See Map Link -- Please NOTE: No T-Shirts or Jeans can be worn in the Clubhouse
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Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
You can register on the faasafety.gov site but it is a MUST to contact the representative below to obtain further information for this event.
For particular Mountain Wave Seminar information and registering, contact:
Chris Bennett, Southern California Soaring Academy Manager,
WHERE WILD WINDS RULE - With the Mountain Wave Project - On record chase, research mission and adventure trip to the top of the Troposhpere.
Rene Heise, Meteorologist, German Air Force Major, Director-Mountain Wave Project, Competitive contest glider pilot: Where Wild Winds Rule.
Jim Payne, accomplished National Contest pilot, World Record Holder, On Line Contest Winner: Mountain Wave record flying
Einar Envoldson, Perlan Project, World Record holder, High altitude Wave flying
Bob Harris, World Record holder, Mountain Wave flights above FL17999
Al Bowers, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, maximizing sailplane performance
Phil Wellner, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Life Support Specialist: High Altitude Equipment Usage and Safety
Dale Masters, SCSA Instructor. Wave Flying Conditions in Southern California
Showing: Gliding in the 5th Dimension: Wave flight in Argentina 3000 km flight DVD
Sponsored by: Southern California Soaring Academy manager
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