APR 11-12: Mike Busick, Chad Hunter and Don Brinkmeyer passed the Instrument Airplane Knowledge test after attending the Weekend Ground School.

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APR 2015: Timothy Evans, PP-ASEL Instrument-Airplane


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April 3, 2015, at the Stevens Point Wisconsin Airport (KSTE): Timothy Evans, a certificated pilot of single-engine land airplanes, completed instrument flight training with Wanda Zuege, 2010 Flight Instructor Of The Year/Wisconsin. As a Private Pilot, Evans was authorized to fly passengers for pleasure or personal business under Visual Flight Rules in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC); to fly in weather where the visibility would be 3 miles or greater in controlled airspace.

On Friday, April 3rd, Tim first demonstrated mastery of the single engine aircraft for each instrument TASK performed during the Instrument Practical Test flight with Designated Pilot Examiner, Harold “Duffy” Gaier at the Marshfield Municipal Airport.

Under the authority of FAR Part 61.57 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Timothy Evans is now eligible to fly by reference to instruments under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) in single engine airplanes. Known as blind flying, the advanced instrument rating is an aviation flight category that describes flying in weather conditions with less than 3 statute miles of visibility in controlled airspace.

November 2014: Hi Wanda. Just completed my (Instrument Knowledge) test. 80% for your records… Tim Evans

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MAR 2015: Andrew Peterson, PP-ASEL Instrument-Airplane


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March 19, 2015, at the Stevens Point Wisconsin Airport (KSTE): Andrew Jon Peterson, a certificated pilot of single-engine land airplanes, completed instrument flight training with Wanda Zuege, 2010 Flight Instructor Of The Year/Wisconsin. As a Private Pilot, Andy was authorized to fly passengers for pleasure or personal business under Visual Flight Rules in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC); to fly in weather where the visibility would be 3 miles or greater in controlled airspace.

On Thursday, March 19, 2015, Peterson first demonstrated mastery of the single engine aircraft for each instrument TASK performed during the Instrument Practical Test flight with Designated Pilot Examiner, Harold “Duffy” Gaier at the Marshfield Municipal Airport.

Under the authority of FAR Part 61.57 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Andrew Jon Peterson is now eligible to fly by reference to instruments under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) in single engine airplanes. Known as blind flying, the instrument rating is an aviation flight category that describes flying in weather conditions with less than 3 statute miles of visibility in controlled airspace.

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FEB 8-9, 2015: Kent Aschenbrenner, Jeffery Shea and Joe Casadonte passed the Instrument Knowledge test after attending the Weekend Ground School.

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January 2015: Andy Peterson’s 250nm IFR Cross Country Trip

IFR XC Tripa January 2015: While doing a complete weather preflight, Andy Peterson found some flyable weather to complete his 250nm cross country trip in IMC in the instrument system: TAF reported 2500′ ceilings throughout the day. Tops reported between 4000′ to 5000′ MSL. It turned out to be absolutely beautiful —- for the instructor to view since Peterson was flying “under the hood”. 

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2014 Wayne Endthoft – Accelerated Private Pilot Course until Winter arrived

Wayne1July 2014 at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport / Mattson Field. Wayne Endthoft began flight training for the Private Pilot certificate. With a modified accelerated program, Endthoft was able to stay in Stevens Point for long days of flight training and did complete all FAA required meneuvers/training. All that was required for Wayne to complete were his solo and 10 hrs of PIC time. Due to long wintery weeks at KSTE, Wayne Endthoft decided to complete his training at the closest illinois airport to his residence. He has since completed his demonstrated solo flight and his 150 mile solo cross country trip. ALMOST THERE!!!

 

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JAN 9: IMC Chapter Meeting

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AIRCRAFT:  The aircraft is an early 1980s single engine Piper Archer, equipped with a standard 6-pak panel and 2 VORs, including GS receiver, a 1-axis autopilot, with no weather radar or datalink weather equipment.  You can substitute with glass or non glass model. FLIGHT: will originate from Madison, Wisconsin to Warren Youngstown, Ohio. FORECAST: Winter IFR, ENROUTE: Uh Oh … What would you do?

Time: 6:30 – 7:30pm  .  Location: the conference room at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport / Mattson Field

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JAN 10-11: Private /Sport Pilot Weekend Ground School

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SEP 2014: Scott Singkofer, Private Pilot Airplane, SEL

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Instructor: Wanda Zuege, MCFI

Designated Examiner: Shane Lehman

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Saturday, September 6, 2014, at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport/Mattson Field (KSTE): Scott Singhofer, a certificated pilot of single engine airplanes under the authority of Part 61 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, is now authorized to fly passengers for pleasure or personal business.  

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Singkofer started accelerated training June 24, 2014 with Wanda Zuege, 2010 CFI of the year/Wisconsin.

 

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Shane Lehman, Designated Pilot Examiner, endorsed Scott Singkofer’s airmanship on September 6, 2014, at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport/Mattson Field.

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September 18, 6:30pm. KSTE – IMC’s Newest Chapter!

Printable PDF of poster: IMC Chapter

IMC posterIMC Club Chapter Meetings provide a scenario based presentation which puts you in a real world situation. This provides context for discussing instrument flying with other pilots. Stay connected to fellow pilots and instructors!

For more information, contact the Wanda Zuege, IMC Chapter Leader, ATP ASEL, AMEL, CFII, IGI, MCFI, Gold Seal Flight Instructor.

 

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