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Now a helicopter instructor in the UAE, Clive Richardson flew Apaches in the British Army and was part of the Blue Eagles helicopter display team. As aircrew we spend a huge amount of time training for different circumstances and emergencies. Dealing with a burning flare in your cockpit fired from a wingman’s aircraft is not one of these circumstan…
 
Now a helicopter instructor in the UAE, Clive Richardson flew Apaches in the British Army and was part of the Blue Eagles helicopter display team. As aircrew we spend a huge amount of time training for different circumstances and emergencies. Dealing with a burning flare in your cockpit fired from a wingman’s aircraft is not one of these circumstan…
 
Outside of the ATSB, Rob is a Technical Councillor and Safety Officer for the Sport Aircraft Association of Australia (SAAA), is currently building an experimental kitplane (‘Van’s RV8’), and is the Deputy Wing Aviation Safety Officer with the Australian Air Force Cadets. Halfway through 2021, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) put out a…
 
Outside of the ATSB, Rob is a Technical Councillor and Safety Officer for the Sport Aircraft Association of Australia (SAAA), is currently building an experimental kitplane (‘Van’s RV8’), and is the Deputy Wing Aviation Safety Officer with the Australian Air Force Cadets. Halfway through 2021, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) put out a…
 
Sam Chisholm grew up on cattle properties and got into helicopter flying early. He has spent the last 16 years flying and mustering in rural Australia. Cattle are big business in Australia. Rough round numbers has us at 25 million head of cattle and the industry employs somewhere around 200,000 people. Australia is the 3rd largest beef exporter in …
 
Sam Chisholm grew up on cattle properties and got into helicopter flying early. He has spent the last 16 years flying and mustering in rural Australia. Cattle are big business in Australia. Rough round numbers has us at 25 million head of cattle and the industry employs somewhere around 200,000 people. Australia is the 3rd largest beef exporter in …
 
Miles Dunagan is the President of the National EMS Pilots Association (USA) with a goal of promoting safety in the industry. Chatter in the cabin starts to die down, you have reduced power and started to bleed back the airspeed. Outside your world is starting to shrink as the conditions start to deteriorate. You lean forward in your seat to try and…
 
Miles Dunagan is the President of the National EMS Pilots Association (USA) with a goal of promoting safety in the industry. Chatter in the cabin starts to die down, you have reduced power and started to bleed back the airspeed. Outside your world is starting to shrink as the conditions start to deteriorate. You lean forward in your seat to try and…
 
Chris Ryan is the owner of Ryan Aerospace – a company building virtual reality flight simulators that are changing the way pilots train. How would you like to have been holding a steady hover and taking off and landing at 3 hours of helicopter flight time? Chris Ryan couldn’t afford helicopter lessons so he built himself a simulator to practice at …
 
Chris Ryan is the owner of Ryan Aerospace – a company building virtual reality flight simulators that are changing the way pilots train. How would you like to have been holding a steady hover and taking off and landing at 3 hours of helicopter flight time? Chris Ryan couldn’t afford helicopter lessons so he built himself a simulator to practice at …
 
Richard Mornington-Sandford – flight instructor and engineering trainer has a long history working with the Robinson brand. Before this episode if you told me that there was more than an hour conversation that you could get out of talking about the governor in Robinson type helicopters I would have been dubious. I was wrong! Today we have back on t…
 
Richard Mornington-Sandford – flight instructor and engineering trainer has a long history working with the Robinson brand. Before this episode if you told me that there was more than an hour conversation that you could get out of talking about the governor in Robinson type helicopters I would have been dubious. I was wrong! Today we have back on t…
 
Jacob has a busy schedule as an Apache instructor and standards officer but has been chipping away at videos on YouTube for some time. If the images and text on the page of your aerodynamic textbook are starting to blur together then it might be time to take a break and try to ingest the information using another format. Jacob from the YouTube chan…
 
Jacob has a busy schedule as an Apache instructor and standards officer but has been chipping away at videos on YouTube for some time. If the images and text on the page of your aerodynamic textbook are starting to blur together then it might be time to take a break and try to ingest the information using another format. Jacob from the YouTube chan…
 
Mark Watterson specialises in helicopter air-to-air photography and is based in South East Queensland. Helicopters make fantastic photo subjects! There is still something special about flying that captures the human spirit and the intrinsic movement and energy in a helicopter especially so. Mark Watterson has been photographing helicopters professi…
 
Mark Watterson specialises in helicopter air-to-air photography and is based in South East Queensland. Helicopters make fantastic photo subjects! There is still something special about flying that captures the human spirit and the intrinsic movement and energy in a helicopter especially so. Mark Watterson has been photographing helicopters professi…
 
US Army National Guard pilots Andre(left) and Tyson(right) have developed a training device for degraded visual environments. Two US National Guard pilots are developing a new training tool to reduce the risk of and improve the fidelity of reduced visual environment training. IIMC, dust landings and white outs have all been the causes of both train…
 
US Army National Guard pilots Andre(left) and Tyson(right) have developed a training device for degraded visual environments. Two US National Guard pilots are developing a new training tool to reduce the risk of and improve the fidelity of reduced visual environment training. IIMC, dust landings and white outs have all been the causes of both train…
 
Tryggvi Helgason has been a pilot with the Icelandic Coast Guard since 2016. Prior to this he flew helicopter tours out of Reykjavík. It is not unusual for helicopter pilots to take a winding route to before they end up with a career in the cockpit. Tryggvi worked as a baggage handler, in flight operations and as a quality auditor before taking on …
 
Tryggvi Helgason has been a pilot with the Icelandic Coast Guard since 2016. Prior to this he flew helicopter tours out of Reykjavík. It is not unusual for helicopter pilots to take a winding route to before they end up with a career in the cockpit. Tryggvi worked as a baggage handler, in flight operations and as a quality auditor before taking on …
 
Jon Davis heads up the team at Skynet Aviation, an Australian company that has developed an approach warning system that can be used for helipads. Before a helicopter approaches to an oil rig there are checks and safety procedures to be followed on the rig in preparation – the deck is cleared, cranes are moved out of the way and gas venting is stop…
 
Jon Davis heads up the team at Skynet Aviation, an Australian company that has developed an approach warning system that can be used for helipads. Before a helicopter approaches to an oil rig there are checks and safety procedures to be followed on the rig in preparation – the deck is cleared, cranes are moved out of the way and gas venting is stop…
 
In this bonus episode of Mont Icons, we talk about counter-culture, combat aesthetics and our mutual interest in militancy.You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Icons page at Litmus Media.For more on Mont Publishing House, visit our website.Theme music: Low Life 'Friends'***** Please rate our …
 
Jerry Grayson AFC progressed from SAR ops with the Royal Navy to aerial filming around the world and is now helping other aviators leverage their skills and knowledge in the operation of drones. Jerry Grayson returns to the Rotary Wing Show with an update on his next adventure following a packed career in the cockpit as a SAR and film pilot. Now-a-…
 
Jerry Grayson AFC progressed from SAR ops with the Royal Navy to aerial filming around the world and is now helping other aviators leverage their skills and knowledge in the operation of drones. Jerry Grayson returns to the Rotary Wing Show with an update on his next adventure following a packed career in the cockpit as a SAR and film pilot. Now-a-…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Justin Clemens, a prolific writer, philosopher, and poet. Justin Clemens is best known for his work on the philosopher Alain Badiou, psychoanalysis, contemporary literature, and art. We discuss getting high on Derrida, continental philosophy, the tension between academic and street philosophy, and his writing process.…
 
Warning: In this episode we discuss issues and experiences that could trigger distress or traumatic memories for people, particularly survivors of war, sexual abuse and violence. In this episode of Mont Icons we speak with Brace Belden about his journey to fight in the Syrian Civil War with the YPG, a Kurdish militia, and following his return to Am…
 
Richard (Rick) Howell started spinning spanners on aircraft in 1960 as a QANTAS apprentice. Since then he has flown all through Australia and PNG including a 29 year run as a pilot for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Rick and his twin brother John both started in aviation at the same time which presented a number of interesting scenarios a…
 
Richard (Rick) Howell started spinning spanners on aircraft in 1960 as a QANTAS apprentice. Since then he has flown all through Australia and PNG including a 29 year run as a pilot for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Rick and his twin brother John both started in aviation at the same time which presented a number of interesting scenarios a…
 
Warning: In this episode we discuss issues and experiences that could trigger distress or traumatic memories for people, particularly survivors of past abuse, violence or childhood trauma.In this episode we speak with former sgt-at-arms of the Bandidos, Brent Simpson, about gang life, reverting to Islam and his path to redemption. Brent is the host…
 
In this episode, we speak to writer and journalist Erik Jensen.Erik is editor-in-chief of Schwartz, the publisher behind 7am, the Monthly and the Saturday Paper.Erik's book Acute Misfortune is a portrait of Australian grunge artist Adam Cullen. Cullen was a painter devoted to his own larrikin mythology, a construct Erik peels away.In this discussio…
 
In this bonus episode of Mont Icons, we talk about drill music, Adam Curtis, the experience of live music after the COVID lockdown and the corruptive influence of Jim Harrison on our lives.You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Icons page at Litmus Media.For more on Mont Publishing House, visit…
 
Elan Head has been flying and writing about helicopters for over 15 years and is now Editorial Director at Vertical Magazine. Working in the helicopter media part of the industry Elan Head gets to talk to a wide range of people and over time has had the opportunity to take the controls of a wide range of helicopters. This gives her a unique vantage…
 
Elan Head has been flying and writing about helicopters for over 15 years and is now Editorial Director at Vertical Magazine. Working in the helicopter media part of the industry Elan Head gets to talk to a wide range of people and over time has had the opportunity to take the controls of a wide range of helicopters. This gives her a unique vantage…
 
Mont sits down with prolific musician Mick Harvey to discuss his time in The Birthday Party, tribute albums to Serge Gainsbourg, and writing the soundtrack for Ghosts of the Civil Dead with Blixa Bargeld and Nick Cave. We also touch on the early Melbourne punk scene, The Boys Next Door and touring with the Bad Seeds.You can support us via Patreon h…
 
MONT sits down with Elias Rønnenfelt from cult Danish punk band Iceage. We hear of the birth of Iceage in the wake of the Copenhagen youth riots, the dangers of nostalgia, insomnia and his forthcoming book.You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Icons page at Litmus Media.For more on Mont Publis…
 
FIRST FIVE MINS OF IV HAVE AUDIO ISSUES. APOLOGIES.MONT sits down with Gary Foley and Jacqui Katona ahead of Invasion Day to talk about black power and aboriginal resistance. Topics covered include Redfern in the 1960's, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Jabiluka, indigenous incarceration, the birth of the Aboriginal Legal Service, Gary's ASIO file and …
 
MONT sits down with ex-con David Obeda to discuss imprisonment, co-founding the G-Fam prison gang and life as a Section 501 deportee. You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Icons page at Litmus Media.For more on Mont Publishing House, visit our website.Theme music: Low Life 'Friends'***** Pleas…
 
MONT sits down with author and comedian John Safran to discuss extremism and the problem of Jewish identity politics.You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Icons page at Litmus Media.For more on Mont Publishing House, visit our website.Theme music: Low Life 'Friends'***** Please rate our podcas…
 
MONT sits down with Jonnine Standish, one half of Australian duo HTRK. Jonnine discusses her friendship with Rowland S Howard and the power of dream diaries on her solo project 'Blue Hills'.Music: Low Life 'Friends'You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Icons page at Litmus Media.For more on Mo…
 
For 24+ years Larry Welk has been flying news operations over Los Angeles and is President of Welk Aviation. Electronic news gathering or ENG is the term that those in the helicopter news corner of the industry use to capture their operations. As a platform to provide real time on-scene video at short notice over a city nothing so far beats a helic…
 
For 24+ years Larry Welk has been flying news operations over Los Angeles and is President of Welk Aviation. Electronic news gathering or ENG is the term that those in the helicopter news corner of the industry use to capture their operations. As a platform to provide real time on-scene video at short notice over a city nothing so far beats a helic…
 
MONT sits down with journalist and blogger Andy Fleming (SlackBastard), an icon of the Melbourne anarchist scene. In the wake of the Christchurch Inquiry Report, we hear about SlackBastard's work; archiving and exposing the rising threat of far-right extremism in Australia.You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episod…
 
Richard Mornington-Sandford – flight instructor and engineering trainer has a long history working with the Robinson brand. Most piston engine pilots will be at least passingly familiar with the theory behind the formation of carburettor icing. However most textbooks lean towards the operation of the carburettor in a fixed wing mounted engine. Heli…
 
Richard Mornington-Sandford – flight instructor and engineering trainer has a long history working with the Robinson brand. Most piston engine pilots will be at least passingly familiar with the theory behind the formation of carburettor icing. However most textbooks lean towards the operation of the carburettor in a fixed wing mounted engine. Heli…
 
MONT sits down with nomadic artist Stanislava Pinchuk, a visual artist, writer, tattooist and beekeeper. We hear about her work in data mapping conflict zones, her interactions with beekeepers in Chernobyl and her new project documenting the history of women tattooing women.You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episo…
 
MONT sits down with Spider Death, a Melbourne-based visual artist, tattooist and former member of various punk bands. Spider talks about his history in Sydney’s punk scene and Kings Cross tattoo culture. Spider details his obsession with punk icons Sakevi Yokayama (GISM) and Nick Blinko (Rudimentary Peni).You can support us via Patreon here.For a t…
 
MONT sits down with Amiel-Courtin Wilson, Australia’s foremost arthouse filmmaker. We talk about his experiences with legendary free-jazz pianist, Cecil Taylor, and uncle Jack Charles, a First-Nations actor, musician, ex-prisoner, potter and performer. You can support us via Patreon here.For a transcript and more on this episode, visit the Mont Ico…
 
Jeff Yarnold has 23 years experience working in the helicopter rescue field. He now operates a company that develops equipment and training for Human External Cargo operations. As versatile as helicopters are there are still tight places where they just can’t land to get people in or out. For overwater flights, rescue teams and some utility operati…
 
Jeff Yarnold has 23 years experience working in the helicopter rescue field. He now operates a company that develops equipment and training for Human External Cargo operations. As versatile as helicopters are there are still tight places where they just can’t land to get people in or out. For overwater flights, rescue teams and some utility operati…
 
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