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EVENT: Formation/Aerobatic Guest Speaker (Jan 12th)

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EVENT: Formation/Aerobatic Guest SpeakerTIME: Jan 12th, 6pm PST, 9pm EST, 0200 GMT (one night only)LOCATION: ts3.digitalthemepark.com (TeamSpeak 3)Greetings Aviators,We are pleased to have with us Joshua Pemberton, a real world aerobatic professional. Joshua shares with us his experiences and stories as an aerobatic aviator and instructor with Extra 300's and Decathons. Joshua's extensive background and knowledge will entertain, motivate and enlighten.Joshua has been a member of the Confederate Air Force and EAA. He spent time at Dothan Regional, an airport that started in 1941 expanding the US ARMY Air Corp to meet the needs of WWII. With decades of education, experience and industry certifications, he has also taught many courses including Airframe and Powerplant.In additional to his real world experiences, Joshua has been an avid flight simulator enthusiast since 1982 with MSFS 2. He has been a member of the FSX Blue Eagles and a beta tester for IRIS Simulations. Joshua currently works closely with A2A simulations.Let's welcome Joshua Pemberton, Formation/Aerobatic extraordinaire.Note: We suggest getting connected before the event in order to make sure your headset fully works, and familiar with DTP. We appreciate your understanding that we refuse to "seat" folks after the event has started.###For those not yet in-the-know, DigitalThemePark is a multi-gaming community of virtual citizens. It provides organization and congregation of gamers through the use Voice-over IP (TeamSpeak 3), while promoting the interests of gaming, software, and hardware.DigitalThemePark Flight Division uses dedicated servers "in-the-cloud" for TeamSpeak, FSHost Multiplayer and FSX Multiplayer.

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That sound very interesting. I'll try to be there. Unfortunately 0200Z is late for me, mid-night actually, but I think I can stay awake a little bit later than normal blum.gif. It's always good to hear these experienced pilots and learn with them, especially for those who want to follow the pilot carrer, like me! Thanks for the HU, Todd.

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