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Next Meeting

Flying the B-52 Bomber
Saturday, September 5th
McGowans’ Hangar @6PM

This month’s program features the iconic B-52 and what it was like to fly it during the mid-1970s.

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Our speaker is our own PMLAA VP of Airport Affairs, Dale Mueller. Dale flew B-52s out of Mather AFB from 1973 to 1977, after which he escaped the clutches of Strategic Air Command, and flew T-43s, also at Mather.

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Come on out to the meeting, and be regaled with tales of tall tails, air-to-air refueling, weapons delivery of all types, and the dreaded 7-engine approach

The PMLAA webstore is now live

The PMLAA webstore is now live at http://www.companycasuals.com/pmlaa/start.jsp

PML Aero Club

The PML Aero Club now has a website: http://www.pmlaeroclub.com.

Noise Sensitive Area

Craig L. Pedro, Tuolumne County Administrator, in his letter dated November 13, 2009 reminds all the pilots about the noise sensitive areas near Pine Mountain Lake and Columbia airport. Please familiarize yourself with this areas

and also with:

Weather @ E45

 Hello, today is Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015.

Courtesy of Eric Henderson
This weather station is located off-airport and
should not be used for flight planning and navigational purpose.

 

Morning Twilight:
06:04 AM PDT
Sunrise: 06:30 AM PDT
Sunset: 07:29 PM PDT
Evening Twilight:
07:56 PM PDT

 

CURRENT MOON

Columbia (O22) AWOS online

Try it by clicking here

PMLAA Webcam

Courtesy of Kirk Wallace

This is a camera-2 view of Pine Mountain Lake Airport looking towards the South-West at the end of runway 9.

Click here for a full-size picture

More Webcams by clicking here

The Camera is a Kodak DC3400 in a weather-proof housing mounted to a mast on the roof. The camera is pointing South-West with the end of runway 9 in the center.

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