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Eli Schwartz

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  1. Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, please join me in welcoming BVA's NEWEST S1, Scott Cote (SS)! He handled everything I could throw at him with ease, and he's demonstrated that he will be an extremely valuable asset to BVA. Congratulations, Scott! Welcome!
  2. Please join me in welcoming BVA's newest S1 Devin Payne (PY)! PY is a very strong controller who handled everything I could throw at him in stride. He will no doubt be a strong addition to the BVA roster and will be showing off his tin-pushing prowess soon at an airport near you! Congratulations PY, enjoy it! Well deserved!
  3. Congrats Bobert! I have full confidence in you and I'm excited to see what you can do!
  4. Sam Bovlin! Congrats on earning your S3, very well deserved!
  5. Congrats RI! Very well deserved!!
  6. Wow, this is uhh...a little late...but thanks so much everyone! Can't wait to spend some time in the dark room :)
  7. Congratulations Josh! It's been great controlling and flying with you on the network, and I can't wait to do more in the future. Well deserved!
  8. Gilles - I wasn't really planning on having a "schedule" of sorts. I just thought I'd throw something informal out there if people are looking for something to do or are looking for some ideas for impromptu group flights. Just for fun! :)
  9. Hey guys! I was a bit bored and thought it would be a cool idea to try and put together a "tour" of sorts that takes you along Interstate 90 from Boston to Seattle (and back!). Each leg is around 50-150nm, and it's designed to be flown VFR with GA aircraft. There's a mix of B, C, D, and E airports (a lot of D and E, especially out west). Not meant to be anything formal, I just thought I'd put it out there if anybody's looking for something to do. I have a rough list of airports (as well as a few points of interest). Feel free to deviate from the list or take some detours, it's just a guideline more than anything! Have fun! KBOS-KALB KALB-KSYR KSYR-KBUF KBUF-KERI (Erie, PA) KERI-KLPR (Lorain, OH) KLPR-KTDZ (Toledo, OH) KTDZ-KSBN/KEKM (South Bend/Elkhart, IN) KSBN/KEKM-KGYY (Gary, IN) KGYY-KORD KORD-KMSN (Madison, WI) KMSN-KRST (Rochester, MN) KRST-KMJQ (Jackson, MN) KMJQ-KFSD (Sioux Falls, SD) KFSD-9V9 (Chamberlain, SD) 9V9-6V4/KPHP (Wall/Philip, SD) 6V4/KPHP-49B/KRCA/KRAP (Sturgis/Ellsworth AFB/Rapid City, SD) 49B/KRCA/KRAP-KGCC (Gillette, WY) KGCC-KSHR (Sheridan, WY) KSHR-KBIL (Billings, MT) KBIL-KBZN (Bozeman, MT) KBZN-KBTM (Butte, MT) KBTM-KMSO (Missoula, MT) KMSO-S83 (Shoshone Co., ID) S83-KGEG (Spokane, WA) KGEG-KMWH (Grant Co., WA) KMWH-KSEA Points of Interest: Mt. Rushmore: ~15nm SW of KRAP Jackson Hole, WY (KJAC): ~130nm S of KBZN (Great views of the Teton range. Fun Fact: KJAC is the only commercial airport in the US located within a National Park)
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