Jim Tobul of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the first Pilot-in-Command type rating candidate at the
Delaware Aviation Museum Foundationís (DAMF) B-25 flight training program.
Jim Tobul of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as the first Pilot-in-Command type rating candidate at the Delaware Aviation Museum Foundationís (DAMF) B-25 flight training program, successfully completed DAMFís Pilot-in-Command B-25 flight training course 1.7 hours under the recommended course-syllabus time. Jim received his ground and flight training from staff instructor, Calvin Peacock and his type ride from staff Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE), Paul Nuwer. For more information about Jim Tobul, go to
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Volunteers Wanted for Vintage Aircraft Maintenance
Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation (DAMF), located at the Delaware Coastal Airport in Georgetown, Delaware, is looking for volunteers who have experience in aviation maintenance with a focus on vintage aircraft. We are looking for people who are enthusiastic about maintaining older aircraft for future generations. An A&P certificate or other types of aviation maintenance experience is preferred. If you do not have an aviation maintenance background, please describe your mechanical background and why you would like to join DAMF. DAMF owns a North American B-25 “Mitchell” bomber, two Dehavilland DHC-82C Tiger Moths, UC-78 “Bamboo Bomber” under restoration, Piper J-3 Cub and a Piper J-4 to be restored. If you are interested, please attach a resume and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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