welcome to June 2004! The month where the temperatures
rise, the flights get bumpier and and more flights occur.
That's right, with the expected beautiful weather, OAS'
booking sheets will be filling up quickly. So remember
to plan and book ahead. Don't forget, there is a lot
more daytime now, so if you can only fly after work,
there is surely to be someone around the school!
Despite the wet weather encountered in May, there were,
as always many wonderful firsts and accomplishments
here at OAS. As well, Greg Ramirez announced his retirement
after 30 years of service with the American Air Force.
Click here to see
what kind of an event was arranged for him!
Tolton (Smith Falls)
Raycroft (Smith Falls)
REVIEW (after 20 years!)
Be sure to check out the Firsts
and other Wonderful Accomplishements page! Yes,
we have pictures!!
of the Month
Cessna: "Jones tower, Cessna 12345, student pilot, I
am out of fuel."
Tower: "Roger Cessna 12345, reduce airspeed to best
glide!! Do you have the airfield in sight?!?!!"
Cessna: "Uh...tower, I am on the south ramp; I just
want to know where the fuel truck is."
about it for now. Until next month, keep the blue side