ABS MagazineOctober, 2014
In this Month's issue...
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Learn more about the program by listening to the podcast ABS AVIATOR Explained.
Congratulate this month's class of ABS AVIATORs:
New ABS AVIATORs:
Eric Bromschwig, Minneapolis, MN
Keith Grayson, Heber Springs, AR
Lowell Johnston, Port Orange, FL
Mike Lyon, Rock Island, TN
Michael Madigan, Greenwich, CT
John Roher, San Carlos, CA
New Level 2 ABS Aviator:
Carlos Acosta, Arlington, TX
Hobart Fowlkes, Baltimore, MD
Lee Gerstein, Park City, UT
Scott Leonard, Wauwatosa, WI
New Level 3 ABS Aviator:
James Mennella, Oklahoma City, OK
George Steed, Silverdale, WA
New Level 4 ABS Aviator:
Thomas Hebda, Colorado Springs, CO
Gerald Pfeffer, Omaha, NE
John Wyatt, Fairfax, VA
New Level 5 ABS Aviator:
Tom Adam, Pittsburgh, PA
William Whitefield, Houston, TX
New Lifetime Level 6 ABS Master AVIATORs:
Arthur Grady, Macon, GA
Gary Kearney, Boston, MA
Congratulations to all our ABS AVIATORS!
ABS AVIATOR encourages pilots to improve their skills by completing training beyond the minimum required for currency or a job. Training programs qualify for ABS AVIATOR points based on the effort necessary to complete the course and its applicability to flying Beech airplanes. You must earn at least 100 points in one year to become ABS AVIATORS. You can earn ABS AVIATOR recognition five times, or levels (one each year); earn ABS AVIATOR a sixth time and you'll be designated a lifetime ABS MASTER AVIATOR.
For a list of training events recognized under ABS AVIATOR and their point values, click here . A complete list of those who have earned ABS AVIATOR recognition is posted here.