Best Cockpit podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Welcome to Inside the Cockpit! In this podcast I will discuss the SCCA Runoffs, Hoosier Super Tour, and Majors Series all across the country. The show will also feature guests where we will discuss the Formula Vee class as a whole. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/formulavee/support
 
D
Desert Pilot
Rare
 
Stories from a Commercial Land & Sea Pilot
 
L
Learning to fly
Monthly+
 
I'm a general aviation enthusiast who longed to learn to fly. My passion started long before I can remember. Most of my free time was spent, dreaming about flying, reading about flying, watching videos about flying, building wooden planes, drawing aircraft, flying in various flight simulators, joining other pilot communities in order to learn even more, etc....This year, I'm taking the leap. That's right! I'm going to learn to fly and earn my private pilot license. This podcast is to documen ...
 
Military technology and defense industry trends, from the articles of National Defense Magazine.
 
An audio and video aviation podcast documenting private pilot flight training. High quality video with clear cockpit audio so you are able to understand the flight lesson. Most video contains a brief introduction to what will be covered in the podcast.
 
F
Foot !
Daily+
 
This is where I diagnose suffering people with foot fetish.
 
P
Pod Damn
Daily+
 
A podcast for degenerates by degenerates. A Heavy Metal spacetrip from the cockpit of an X-Wing. Hosted by Corey Borger, Byron Warfield, and Niko "Wizard_Pants"
 
M
MzeroA
Monthly+
 
Flight Training Radio a part of the pilots inner circle.
 
Amazing video from onboard the 200MPH turbine powered hydroplanes of H1 Unlimited.
 
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In this podcast, National Defense Magazine takes a deep dive into efforts to harness quantum technology.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In this episode I recap the Hoosier Super Tour race at COTA and then bring on our guest, Bill Styczynski, for the 4th episode of the SCCA Formula Vee - Inside the Cockpit. I first ask Bill how he got into FV and his history in the sport. We discuss all things including lots vintage racing and SCCA majors. Strap in for this near hour episode! Be ...…
 
The 3rd episode of the SCCA Formula Vee - Inside the Cockpit. In this episode I recap the latest races in California and Texas! In this episode Adam and I talk all things racing! Two of the younger faces in the class talk about their love for the sport. Thank you so much to Adam Jennerjahn for coming on the show! Become a supporter of this podc ...…
 
In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the expansion of the International military vehicle market for U.S. contractors, the Pentagon’s new body armor for ground troops and how the Army is gearing up for autonomous truck convoys.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
The 2nd episode of the SCCA Formula Vee - Inside the Cockpit. In this episode I recap the latest races in Florida along with get the first reviews of the news Hoosier Spec Racing Tire! Thank you to Stevan Davis for all of the helpful information about the races at Sebring. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/formulavee/support ...…
 
In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the Army’s next-generation squad rifle program, how the Navy is turning to simulator training and how the five-G wireless network could revolutionize artificial intelligence for the military.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
The 1st episode of the SCCA FV podcast is joined by 2004 SCCA National Champion Jeff Loughead. In the beginning I discuss the events in Florida and then I bring in our guest. Jeff and I discuss his start in racing, how he got into FV, how he chose his cars, and his expert advice for people looking to get into FV. I also quiz him on his Runoffs ...…
 
In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the military’s plans to train the space force, the upcoming launch of the GPS three satellite and the next-generation of mine warfare.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In this podcast, National Defense looks at the new Columbia-class submarine program, whether the Pentagon and industry can deliver when it comes to directed energy weapons and the tough choices ahead for the B-twenty-one program.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
This is my first solo flight.... Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the Army’s next generation combat vehicle, how the Navy plans to rethink their Force Structure Composition and the new details surrounding the Neuro-Weapon attacks in HavanaBy srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
More traffic pattern and refining those landings. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
So I have a time conflict with my instructor who is traveling so I tried a substitute and boy was I amazed. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
Soooo I was hopping for Traffic patterns to work on my landings. what I got was SOLID IMC. enjoy., Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
what is it like to fly in marginal visual flight rule? here we go ! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
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In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the potential for robotic jets, the Marine Corps’ new amphibious vehicle and whether common windshield wiper fluid could be used as a fuel in battlefields.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
For those who would like to see the videos on YouTube. Please head over to www.youtube.com/channel/UC82wW420aVZojhTJpF3XAEQ?view_as=subscriber . Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
for those who would like to see the videos on YouTube. Please head over to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC82wW420aVZojhTJpF3XAEQ?view_as=subscriber . Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
In this podcast, National Defense Magazine queried federally funded research centers, service laboratories and other organizations involved in basic and applied national security research and development, a couple simple questions: What is your organization’s number one R&D “big bet?” In other words, a high-risk, high-reward technology investme ...…
 
Latest episode of Learning to fly Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
I had a school picked but I had to revisit that decision. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
This is the return from from Ep. 03 flying back from Benson (E95) to Ryan Airfield (KRYN). Find the podcast on most podcatchers like iTunes, Stitcher, or Overcast ===== Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrev On my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot Podcast Or shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.com Intro music by Planet Orange ...…
 
In this podcast, we examine how the military is seeking to improve the lethality of its weapons, the exploration of new launch options of small satellites in order to protect the U.S. space architecture, and the development of a more advanced cockpit for the block 3 F-A-18 Super Hornet.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
The premiere of this extraordinary journey, where I explain stuff, complain about life and ask questions nobody will answer.
 
This is a flight from Ryan Airfield (KRYN) to Benson Airport (E95) and yes you can hear me bust the class charlie airspace around Tucson International (KTUS). And yes I filed a NASA report for the event. Find the podcast on most podcatchers like iTunes, Stitcher, or Overcast ===== Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrev On my facebook page that I ...…
 
In this podcast, we examine special technology requirements the military needs to operate in the Arctic, a new family of robots designed to help protect bomb squad technicians, and the need to find alternatives to GPS.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
This is part one of Cole's first flight in a general aviation aircraft. The uncut video of this is on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/LJ_0kfkyjaY ===== Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrev On my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot Podcast Or shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.comBy trevor@desertpilot.com (Trevor Smith).
 
In this podcast, we look at Special Operations Command's top 10 technology needs.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
A brief recording I've made on pilotedge.net. Please sent feedback and comments to LTF@mail.com Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
what to do after abtaining your FAA written exam, the medicall and your student pilot license? Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
This is how easy it is to get your student pilot certificate. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
This is a basic med story. You'll laugh and you'll cry, actually you probably won't do any of that. ===== Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrev On my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot Podcast Or shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.comBy trevor@desertpilot.com (Trevor Smith).
 
In this podcast, we examine the Defense Department’s push to build a 355-ship Navy, an anticipated rise in hypersonics funding and the Army’s work to develop autonomous convoys.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
This is how I got a 92% on the FAA written exam with the least among of time and money spent. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
What to expect during a 3rd class medical exam. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
In this episode, I'll go over some of the lessons learned during the discovery flight and the debrief. This is a good place to start as a student pilot. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
My discovery flight was a very special one. It was a mix of discovery and fist lesson. Want to know what happened? Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
A brief introduction. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/learning-to-fly/support
 
Desertpilot is back and this is the first of many short monthly podcasts. Just talking about what I've been doing.By trevor@desertpilot.com (Trevor Smith).
 
In this podcast, we examine the Navy’s work to partner up unmanned aerial platforms, the Army’s strategy to ramp up robotics acquisition and the Defense Department’s goal to develop a nuclear-armed sea-launched cruise missile.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In this podcast, we look at how industry is helping to give dismounted troops the advantage on the battlefield.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In this podcast, we look at methods to counter tunnel warfare, the Marine Corps' push to leverage new technologies and the military's attempts to protect itself against GPS interference.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In the December podcast, we look at the future of military virtual reality training tools, the Army’s efforts to strengthen its tactical command posts, and the joint program executive office’s plan for a new chemical-biological protection suit.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In the November 2017 podcast, we look at the U.S. military's efforts to bolster its global strike capabilities, a competition to replace the Air Force's missile field security helicopters, and plans to upgrade the Reaper unmanned aircraft fleet.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In the October 2017 podcast, we look at how a new Russian tank could offer a challenge the U.S. Army's Abrams, how troops are taking advantage of smartphone technology and how artificial intelligence can help defeat roadside bombs.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In the September podcast, we look at the Air Force's effort to procure a new commercial off-the-shelf light attack aircraft, the potentially widespread applications for airborne lasers in the military, and how a forthcoming satellite constellation could bring an upgraded communications capability to ground forces ……
 
In the August 2017 podcast, we look at the Defense Department’s effort to modernize its nuclear triad of bombers, submarines and ground-based missiles.By srekdal@ndia.org (National Defense Magazine Staff).
 
In the July podcast, we look at how the U.S. military is seeking more funding to develop offensive hypersonic weapons and the means to counter them, the Defense Department's new campaign to integrate artificial intelligence technologies across intelligence systems and the Navy's progress on developing the railgun advanced weapon system.…
 
In the June 2017 podcast, we look at the production costs of the F-35 joint strike fighter for international customers, how the Army could replace aging Bradley fighters with a next-generation combat vehicle and Special Operations Command's progress on developing a full body armor "Iron Man" suit to protect commandos. This podcast is sponsored ...…
 
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