On May, 24, Norman “Norm” Hickling, was featured on Aerotech NewsRadio to discuss major aerospace issues in the Antelope Valley. Hickling is the senior deputy for Michael D. Antonovich, Supervisor of Los Angeles County. Hickling has an extensive background in aviation and is very familiar with the current issues surrounding the local aerospace industry.
Featured Guest: Norman Hickling, Supervising Deputy for Los Angeles County Supervisor, Michael D. Antonovich. Mr. Hickling visited us to discuss the county's position on aerospace related issues (i.e. encroachment, sequestration, UAV's, ect...).
Initial broadcast of our new weekly show. Featured Guest: Joseph Ely, program coordinator, Military Resource Center. Mr. Ely discussed with us how the Military Resource Center in Lancaster serves the homeless and at risk of becoming homeless veterans and their families through the Operation Healthy Homecoming program.
Aerospace Photographer, Alan Radecki, is using his expertise to preserve history. In this week’s show, Mr. Radecki shares the story behind his personal project, “Vintage Air,” a collection of vintage aviation photography.
Randolph “Randy” Kelly, Systems Master Instructor at the USAF Test Pilot School at Edwards AFB, is a volunteer Director for the William J. “Pete” Knight chapter of the Air Force Association (AFA), as well as the current California AFA Secretary.
Aviation artist, author and historian, Mike Machat, is featured in this week's show to talk about his extensive career in aviation art. During the interview he shared highlights throughout his career as well as a brief history of American Aviation Art.
Aviation historian Barbara Schultz is the author of several aviation books. Her newest work, “Flying Carpets, Flying Wings: A Biography of Moye W. Stephens” was the topic of interest June 21 for Aerotech NewsRadio.