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A Pilot’s Powerful Memoir Takes Readers from the Ground to the Sky

SEATTLE, Wash. -- A new memoir, a powerful coming of age tale, is set to release this fall. "Unlearning to Fly: A Memoir of Navigating the Turbulence and Bliss of Growing Up in the Sky" (ISBN: 978-1735641300), gives a detailed account of how the author, Russ Roberts, not only helped blow up his backyard with dynamite, but also shared a Volkswagen with a moose. In the air, Roberts was the youngest licensed flight instructor in America. He flew single-engine airplanes across the Atlantic, and commanded airliners around the world. What happened on the ground was quite another story.

Roberts writes how airplanes were the golden thread that secured an otherwise turbulent start to life. In this heartwarming and often heartbreaking story, he tells how he overcame, and had to unlearn what his dysfunctional parents taught him. The author details the difficulties of growing up with an alcoholic parent and describes overcoming his parents strong, peculiar, and even harmful religious teachings.

Airline pilot, broadcaster, sailor, speaker and now author, Captain Russ Roberts says he is, "Not so much an adventurer as a lifetime collector of experiences and stories."

The book has received several reviews during its pre-publication phase.

Chet Burgess, former CNN, executive producer of Interactive Programming, says, "Russ Roberts is the only person I know who knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up, and then realized that dream. 'Unlearning to Fly' serves as a literary metaphor for his, sometimes rocky, relationship with his father. This is a good read."

Joanne Rideout, host and creator of radio's, "The Ship Report," says, "This is truly the only book that I have ever read that describes so clearly what it must be like to sit in the cockpit of an airplane on the runway and at the controls. It was like I was there myself. And take off - the thrill of it, the wonder of it - it made me want to do it too, something I have never thought much about. It was thrilling and made me want to fly."

"Unlearning to Fly: A Memoir of Navigating the Turbulence and Bliss of Growing Up in the Sky" will be available on Amazon, Kindle, and Audible in late November 2020.

For an advance review copy or other media request, contact Russ Roberts from 9-5 p.m. PDT at: 1-434-825-3669.

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Rhotheta International Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Civil Air Patrol

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Rhotheta International Inc., a full-service distributor of German-designed radio direction finders (DF), proudly announces the firm's 20th anniversary of providing DF equipment to the United States Civil Air Patrol (CAP).

Radio direction finders are a vital tool for search and rescue (SAR) missions. Utilizing a DF saves valuable time by guiding rescuers directly to the location of emergency beacons used by aviators, mariners and outdoor enthusiasts.

The 80-year-old CAP is the volunteer civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, conducting approximately 90 percent of all inland SAR operations nationwide. Last year, it executed 845 missions, flew 1,158 hours, made 534 finds and saved 117 lives.

Today, more than 450 of CAP's nearly 600 aircraft are equipped with Rhotheta DFs.

"Over the last two decades, Rhotheta International has cultivated a symbiotic relationship with CAP, fusing their extensive SAR operational experience with Rhotheta's engineering expertise," said Ventura Rigol, Rhotheta International's chief executive officer and general manager. "We have a history of listening to their needs and evolving our products accordingly."

Over the years, CAP has extended accolades to Rigol and his organization for "outstanding product and technical support to Civil Air Patrol and its members." In one of its recognition letters, CAP stated, "The performance of these systems has met and exceeded our expectation - some of our members have said the DF 'takes all the fun out of tracking ELTs (emergency locator transmitters)!' - allowing our crews to fly directly to the RF (radio frequency) signal source. No matter what the particular geography is as we fly over all kinds of terrains, the performance and effectiveness of your system has been unquestionable."

Last month, CAP surpassed the 100-lives-saved mark for the fourth consecutive year when it rescued two lost hikers in Wyoming. The availability of small, low-cost personal locator beacons is likely a contributing factor to increases in rescues over the last decade. According to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration statistics, the number of individuals rescued in 2019 was more than double the number just 10 years prior. Rhotheta DFs are a proven, valued tool in CAP's SAR arsenal.

Rhotheta International provides sales engineering, comprehensive service, and product support for customers in North, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, China and Israel.

For more information about Rhotheta International and its products, visit https://rhothetaint.com.

To learn more about CAP and its programs, visit https://gocivilairpatrol.com.

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Track the Sudden Conversion to Renewable Fuels

BOULDER, Colo. -- The Jacobsen Publishing has launched a hub for tracking the rapidly changing landscape of fuel producers adopting renewables, with a focus on renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuels and co-processing operations.

The special coverage includes tracking on:
* Current US Renewable Diesel Production Refineries
* US Co-Processing Refineries
* US Refinery Conversions and New Builds
* Renewable Diesel Facilities List with 10 Year Projections
* Renewable Diesel Feedstock Balance Sheets
* Price Forecasting and Supply and Demand Analysis

The Jacobsen's position between agriculture and energy gives them a practical and insightful understanding of how these two industries will converge at an ever-increasing rate in the upcoming year.

Access to the hub is available to the public and can be accessed at https://thejacobsen.com/renewable-fuels/

About the Jacobsen:

The Jacobsen has been a price reporting agency since 1865 which puts us in a rarefied field of companies that have survived for so long. We set the benchmark for a wide range of commodities trading as a result of our unbiased, rigorous, neutral position in the market. Our team is unparalleled in experience on supply-demand fundamentals, reporting and forecasting in both long-standing and emerging markets.

Please contact George Morris at George [at] thejacobsen.com for more information.

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AeroBase Group Launches SPIROL Product Line As Licensed Distributor

MELBOURNE, Fla. -- AeroBase Group, Inc., a minority women-owned small business distributor for medical, aerospace and defense industries, announced today it launched the SPIROL product line on all platforms as a licensed SPIROL distributor.

"We're excited to provide our customers with the most versatile spring pin in the industry," said Chris Pham, the Director of E-Commerce. "We've seen a demand for flexible fasteners and we're proud to bring the best in the industry to our customers."

SPIROL's coiled spring pins and slotted spring pins are the newest addition to the AeroBase Group product line, available for order online on its e-commerce platform, AeroBase Store. AeroBase Group can accommodate smaller order quantities and assist customers to determine the right pin for their project.

SPIROL spring pins can be used in many applications, including, but not limited to: hinge/pivot pins, fastening pins, locators/alignment, gear/shaft, flow restriction, stop pins, and reinforcement. They can be found in airplanes, automobiles, lawn equipment, hand and power tools, and medical supplies.

Invented by SPIROL in 1948 to address deficiencies with other fastening tools, the coiled spring pin has become a versatile fastening component. Offered in a variety of duties, customizable diameters and lengths, coiled spring pins offer flexible, strong and cost-effective fastening solutions to meet a wide range of needs.

The slotted spring pin is a low-cost, general purpose component recommended for applications where customers are experiencing insertion problems or performance failures.

The SPIROL line includes commercial (ASME and ISO) and military (MS/NASM and NAS) standard pins.

AeroBase Group offers the complete SPIROL product line upon request. For other items not listed on AeroBase Store, customers can contact an account manager at https://aerobase.us/store/request-quote to request a quote.

About AeroBase Group

Headquartered in Melbourne, Fla., AeroBase Group is an approved government supplier and minority women-owned small business that specializes in parts distribution to support the medical, aerospace and defense industries. The licensed distributor offers complete logistics, MRO, manufacturing representation, e-commerce, in addition to parts distribution. The company also spearheads marketing efforts for 20+ global partners as a manufacturing representative. Additional information about AeroBase Group, Inc. can be found at https://aerobase.us

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Hago Energetics Inc. Announces Participation in the NASA CO2 Conversion Challenge

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- Hago Energetics Inc., a startup company focused on development of scalable solutions to climate change, announced today that it is a participant in the NASA CO2 Conversion Challenge. This Challenge seeks to make colonization on Mars possible for future generations. The Company is in Phase 2 of this Challenge and has earned 10 bonus points to its final score after submitting a Mid-Point Progress Report on its status.

"This Challenge gives us the opportunity to contribute to building the chemical and biological infrastructure that will be useful to a future Mars colony," says said Wilson Hago, PhD, Founder and CEO of Hago Energetics.

The NASA CO2 Conversion Challenge is a $1 million competition to convert carbon dioxide into sugars such as glucose as a step to creating mission-critical resources. Such technologies will allow us to manufacture products using local, indigenous resources on Mars and on Earth by using waste and atmospheric carbon dioxide as a resource.

"This Challenge is in good alignment with our main mission, which is CO2 conversion on this planet for the purpose of mitigating climate change," added Hago. "Our approach is flexible in that it can produce, using carbon dioxide, water, solar energy and catalysts as inputs, food for bacteria and for future Mars inhabitants, as well as allow these inhabitants to make plastic materials such as tables, chairs, and utensils to make living on Mars feel like their former homes."

This project is presently self-funded, but the company is currently looking for sponsors for this project.

About Hago Energetics

Hago Energetics, Inc., located in Thousand Oaks, California, is developing technologies to mitigate and reverse climate change using renewable energy. The Company is seeking partnerships or sponsorships that will help advance its mission. Learn more at: http://hagoenergetics.com/

About NASA CO2 Conversion Challenge

NASA's CO2 Conversion Challenge, a Centennial Challenges competition, seeks to incentivize the public to develop non-biological systems that can convert CO2 into useful sugar molecules, like glucose. Sugars are the preferred feedstock for the types of microorganisms commonly used in commercial biomanufacturing systems. While sugars are usually derived from certain plants on Earth (ex., sugarcane), this approach is not easily adapted to space missions because of the size of these systems and resources needed to grow these plants.

More information about this Challenge can be found at: https://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/centennial_challenges/co2challenge/index.html

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Lowden Street Capital Announces Acquisition of Southern Air Custom Interiors, Inc.

ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. -- Lowden Street Capital, a private equity firm focused on rural market investing, acquired Southern Air Custom Interiors, Inc., an upholstery company out of Haleyville, Ala. that focuses on custom aircraft interiors, on April 30, 2020.

Founded in 2017 by Matt Bean, Lowden Street Capital is a private equity firm currently raising its second fund. Lowden Street focuses on small business buyouts in rural communities, assisting small business owners with transitioning their businesses from one generation to the next by offering investing, consulting, and other strategic services.

Southern Air Custom Interiors, Inc. has been customizing aircraft interiors since 1992, and is well known within the industry for the quality of their craftsmanship. Led by two female furniture upholsterers, Southern Air has established itself as a premier aircraft interiors operation for Cessna, Gulfstream, and Mooney owners, among many other brands. Southern Air Custom Interiors plans to expand service offerings by offering aircraft maintenance and avionic services to meet the needs of its customers.

"I am excited to welcome Southern Air to the Lowden Street family-let's take to the skies!" said Matt Bean, Lowden Street Capital Managing Partner. "I have been thoroughly impressed with their work on private aircraft, client mixture, and high ethical standards, and I look forward to working with their team to streamline processes, increase efficiencies, and expand sales channels."

Mr. Bean went on to comment, "to support the addition of new sales channels, Southern Air intends to grow its staff by hiring for new technical jobs, which I find inspiring given the current complications facing the U.S. economy."

In anticipation of the acquisition, Lowden Street Capital recently hired Texas Christian University MBA graduate Melissa Shahbaz to serve as Junior Director. For that announcement and more information on the dynamic team at Lowden Street Capital, visit LowdenStreet.com.

Founded in 2017 by Matt Bean, Lowden Street Capital is a private equity firm located in Alexander City, Alabama. Lowden Street is strategically focused on rebuilding and developing mature and small businesses in rural markets.

Learn more at https://www.lowdenstreet.com/

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ViewTech Borescopes Announces New Ultraviolet Mechanical Articulating Video Borescope

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -- Dye penetrant (DP) testing, often referred to as a fluorescent penetrant inspections (FPI), is an important method of nondestructive testing of materials that occurs when a fluorescent dye is applied to a non-porous material surface to detect micro-fractures, delamination, seams and other defects with an ultraviolet light. ViewTech Borescopes is debuting the VJ-3 Ultraviolet (UV) video borescope which facilitates endoscopic dye penetrant testing by detecting internal and external surface defects. These inspections are a critical part of quality control for many different types of manufacturing processes.

The VJ-3 UV Video Borescope is available with an insertion tube diameter of 6.0 millimeters and lengths ranging from 1.0 to 3.0 meters. Featuring full four-way articulation, image and video capture capability, along with a rugged, liquid-proof design, nondestructive testing professionals will save time and improve FPI outcomes with the ultra-portable and easy to use VJ-3 UV video borescope. In addition to the VJ-3 Ultraviolet, ViewTech Borescopes also recently released two other borescope models, the VJ-3 Dual Camera and the VJ-3 Infrared (IR).

The combination of the VJ-3 UV and DP testing is used by a skilled technician to detect even the smallest imperfections. With the potential for high-volume testing at a low-cost, dye penetrant testing is suitable for machined parts and manufactured products for the Aerospace, Energy, Medical, Automotive, Military and Defense industries, as well as numerous other industries.

VJ-3 Video Borescope

The VJ-3 mechanical articulating video borescope is a nondestructive testing instrument used for the remote visual inspection of machinery, equipment and components. The VJ-3 facilitates the visual recording and photo documentation of an inspection and components in areas that are otherwise inaccessible or require great effort and expense to access directly. The VJ-3 consists of two modules integrated into one system: an insertion tube with distally mounted camera/LEDs, and the base unit with control panel, LCD monitor, power source and all necessary circuitry.

About ViewTech Borescopes

ViewTech Borescopes, founded as RF System Lab in 2008, is North America's #1 seller of video borescopes. Their first product, the VJ borescope, set a new standard for portability, ergonomics and ease-of-use, with its industry-first mechanical, joystick-controlled articulation.

For more information on VJ-3 Video Borescope: https://www.viewtech.com/

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231-943-1171
dwhite@viewtech.com

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ViewTech Borescopes Exhibiting at Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan Luncheon

TRAVERSE City, Mich. -- ViewTech Borescopes will exhibit during the Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan (AIAM) meeting on Wednesday, March 11 at Applied Manufacturing Technologies in Orion Township. ViewTech sales consultant Chris Courtright will display several VJ-3 Video Borescopes for aerospace executives and AIAM members, including the newly released VJ-3 UV video borescope.

This being ViewTech's first time exhibiting during an Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan event, ViewTech will have four different borescope models available for a hands-on demonstration.

The AIAM Industry Luncheon will feature discussions between aerospace experts on ways to improve efficiencies, quality and system integration while reducing costs.

"Our aerospace clientele has consistently informed us that the VJ-3 borescopes do the heavy lifting for 99% of their inspections," said Duncan White, Director of Sales and Marketing at ViewTech Borescopes. Many clients have found that ViewTech Borescopes, based in Traverse City, Michigan, provides the best borescope for their budget, along with meeting the vast majority of RVI and NDT inspection requirements.

"Our VJ-3 video borescopes are extremely easy to use and produce high quality images that you would only expect to see on more expensive borescopes," said Courtright. "With borescopes in the market ranging in price from a few thousand dollars to in excess of $60,000, ViewTech's video borescopes are the best value out there. With borescope diameters ranging from 2.8 - 6.0 millimeters, we have the appropriate size video borescope to fit your inspection needs."

VJ-3 Video Borescope

The VJ-3 mechanical articulating video borescope is a nondestructive visual testing instrument used for the remote visual inspection of machinery, equipment and components. The VJ-3 facilitates the visual recording and photo documentation of an inspection and components in areas that are otherwise inaccessible or require great effort and expense to access directly. The VJ-3 consists of two modules integrated into one system: an insertion tube with distally mounted camera/LEDs, and the base unit with control panel, LCD monitor, power source and all necessary circuitry.

About ViewTech Borescopes

ViewTech Borescopes, founded as RF System Lab in 2008, is North America's #1 seller of video borescopes. Their first product, the VJ borescope, set a new standard for portability, ergonomics and ease-of-use, with its industry-first mechanical, joystick-controlled articulation.

Learn more: https://www.viewtech.com/

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Video Borescope January 2020 Clients Announced by ViewTech Borescopes

TRAVERSE City, Mich. -- With a strong emphasis being placed on remote visual inspections (RVI) and nondestructive testing (NDT) throughout many industries, ViewTech Borescopes has started the year with a record number of sales and looks to continue the trend with another year-over-year sales increase. ViewTech highlights the addition of two of their newest clients that kicked off 2020 by adding a VJ-3 video borescope to their inspection tool kit: Central Copters of Belgrade, Montana and MATCOR Metal Fabrication of Morton, Illinois.

ViewTech Borescopes supports the industries they serve by exhibiting at more than 20 trade shows annually. While attending HAI HELI-Expo 2020 in Anaheim, California, Central Copters owner, Mark Duffy, was able to see first-hand how the VJ-3 would perform better than their current borescope and upgraded by taking a new ViewTech borescope back to Montana. Central Copters operates out of Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport with a Kaman K-1200, Robinson R66, Euro Copter AS350B and Bell 214B1. Their fleet is available for real estate surveys, firefighting, charter and aerial tours. Central Copters has been the recipient of the Helicopter Association International Operator Safety Award for multiple years. They will continue to have exceptional safety and dependability with their fleet as they rely on the VJ-3 3.9mm x 1.5m mechanical articulating video borescope for turbine engine inspections.

With locations throughout Canada and the United States, MATCOR Metal Fabrication of Morton, Illinois had been utilizing a "smart phone" scope which wasn't providing the performance they desired. ViewTech sent MATCOR's Quality Manager a 6.0mm x 1.5m mechanical articulating video borescope to demo while completing corrosion and FOD inspections inside tanks ranging from 5 to 1,500 gallons. After completing several inspections, the improvement in the quality of their inspections became obvious and MATCOR made the decision to upgrade to a ViewTech VJ-3. Since bringing the VJ-3 mechanical articulating video borescope on site, MATCOR has utilized it with several other inspections throughout their facility.

VJ-3 Video Borescope

The VJ-3 mechanical articulating video borescope is a nondestructive testing instrument used for the remote visual inspection of machinery, equipment and components. The VJ-3 facilitates the visual recording and photo documentation of an inspection and components in areas that are otherwise inaccessible or require great effort and expense to access directly. The VJ-3 consists of two modules integrated into one system: an insertion tube with distally mounted camera/LEDs, and the base unit with control panel, LCD monitor, power source and all necessary circuitry.

About ViewTech Borescopes

ViewTech Borescopes, founded as RF System Lab in 2008, is North America's #1 seller of video borescopes. Their first product, the VJ borescope, set a new standard for portability, ergonomics and ease-of-use, with its industry-first mechanical, joystick-controlled articulation.

For more information VJ-3 Video Borescope: https://www.viewtech.com/

For more information, press only:
Duncan White, Director of Sales and Marketing
231-943-1171
dwhite@viewtech.com

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Casa Romantica Shares the Beauty of Place in New Exhibit at John Wayne Airport

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. -- Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, an award-winning southern California 501(c)(3) nonprofit, celebrated the opening of its new exhibit on display at John Wayne Airport on Saturday, February 8. "Our hope is that the 6 million people traveling through John Wayne Airport during the next several months will see the images in the exhibit and be encouraged to visit Casa Romantica in San Clemente," said Amy Behrens, Executive Director. "It is the convergence of art and place that makes Casa Romantica so unique."

The exhibit is located on the upper level of the Thomas F. Riley Terminal in the walkway between Terminal-B and Terminal-C, before security screening, and is visible to anyone traveling through the Airport through June 2020.

Casa Romantica past Executive Director Berenika Palys secured the exhibition for the institution. Palys, Behrens, and Board President Ruth DeNault presided over a private dedication ceremony with local officials on February 8 at the airport.

The exhibit features Casa Romantica's commissioned works and site-specific adaptations in the visual and performing arts that highlight its location perched atop a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, as well as its arts education programs for children and adults, at the historic Spanish Colonial Revival estate of San Clemente's City founder Ole Hanson.

Built in 1927, the Ole Hanson home, its gallery and 2.5 acres of botanical gardens are open to the public daily for self-guided or docent-led tours as well as private events. Visitors to Casa Romantica can enjoy wide-ranging cultural programming, including music, art, dance, theater, horticulture, and lecture series that bring international talent to south Orange County.

Free arts education programs for children are offered year-round, including its acclaimed Music Festival Academy, Summer Dance Workshop, STEAM-based field trips and more.

For additional information about Casa Romantica, visit https://www.casaromantica.org/.

To learn more about JWA's Art Programs, visit https://www.ocair.com/terminal/artexhibits/default.

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