Some lifting work

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Some lifting work

Postby Ben Geaney » Tue Aug 11 2015, 10:05

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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Capt Hollywood » Tue Aug 11 2015, 10:41

Nice work mate!
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby godfather007 » Tue Aug 11 2015, 20:05

Very tidy!
Great to see.
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby FerrariFlyer » Tue Aug 11 2015, 22:06

Looks like some nice flying there mate. Almost looks as exciting as offshore work....almost!?!

You've come a long way since your training days. I remember having to withhold your licence application for a month so that you could turn 18 and actually get it issued.

Fly safe and keep sharing your knowledge and experience with others.
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby hand in pants » Tue Aug 11 2015, 22:20

Nice clean flying. Well done.
Hand in Pants, I'm thinking, my god, that IS huge!!!!!!!!
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Phil Croucher » Wed Aug 12 2015, 07:09

Poetry in motion! Can I use that in my presentations? :)

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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Ben Geaney » Wed Aug 12 2015, 08:49

Thanks for the kind words.

Has been an interesting road so far Mussio!

What sort of presentations do you do Phil?
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby muzz00ka » Wed Aug 12 2015, 15:04

Wonderful flying mate, keep up the good work! Would love to see more videos to give me some extra insight into the industry as I complete my CPL.
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Earl Watters » Thu Aug 13 2015, 21:02

Nice to see you guys still posting your footage onto public forums. Heres a little bit from the Northern Hemisphere. Hope you enjoy.

https://youtu.be/VJK85UTRX0k
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby muzz00ka » Fri Aug 14 2015, 12:48

Earl Watters wrote:Nice to see you guys still posting your footage onto public forums. Heres a little bit from the Northern Hemisphere. Hope you enjoy.


Loved it Earl, thanks for sharing mate and keep up the good work. Hopefully that will be me one day!
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby FerrariFlyer » Fri Aug 14 2015, 13:44

muzz00ka wrote:
Earl Watters wrote:Nice to see you guys still posting your footage onto public forums. Heres a little bit from the Northern Hemisphere. Hope you enjoy.


Loved it Earl, thanks for sharing mate and keep up the good work. Hopefully that will be me one day!


Muzz00ka...where do you think we all started? All of us started at the bottom somewhere and worked out way up from there.

At the end of the day, you're your own 'master and commander'. Not to be overly cheesy, but you need to 'make it so' ie go and make it happen. If long lining is something you want to experience then make it happen.

Yesterday Ben was a pimply faced teen, barely finished high school and he completed his training so early we had to withhold sending in his application for a CPL to CASA because he was under 18 years of age. Fast forward all these years later (how long ago was that mate?) and now look at what he is doing! Very impressive.

Fly safe.
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Phil Croucher » Fri Aug 14 2015, 18:10

Ben - I do single-pilot CRM courses and pilot orientation for guys with new licences and who want to get a feel on how a company works - so they don't feel quite such a dork when they join one!

Here in Europe, they have no real idea of how the other half lives, so any idea of what they might get up to goes down real well.

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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Ben Geaney » Mon Aug 17 2015, 01:22

Phil Croucher wrote:Ben - I do single-pilot CRM courses and pilot orientation for guys with new licences and who want to get a feel on how a company works - so they don't feel quite such a dork when they join one!

Here in Europe, they have no real idea of how the other half lives, so any idea of what they might get up to goes down real well.

phil


Yeah no worries Phil, go for it.
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Phil Croucher » Mon Aug 17 2015, 11:44

Thanks! :)

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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Le Singe » Tue Aug 18 2015, 10:42

Nice Work!
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Re: Some lifting work

Postby Le Singe » Tue Aug 18 2015, 10:49

Where is this?

Looks like a beautiful place.

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