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Chris from Angle of Attack

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About Chris from Angle of Attack

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  • Birthday 05/20/1985

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    Homer, Alaska
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    Aviation, Duh! Photography, Videography, Business (online especially), Kayaking, Fishing, you know, Alaska stuff.

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    I'm super passionate about aviation, so you're in good company. I'm the owner of Angle of Attack, a flight simulation training company.

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  1. Hey all, I'm glad the majority of you are finding the training useful. Producing a course of that size at the time was very difficult to do. Both our 737 and 777 courses are quite in depth and offer a one-stop-shop for most of the knowledge you'll need flying the aircraft. Of course, you can go out and try and get what you want from Youtube. There is some pretty good stuff out there- even I admit it. That said, it's not all-in-one place, and not all of it is professionally produced. In other words, to be able to find everything is one spot, and not have to keep searching around, is one of the highest values of these packages. Also, you're learning from actual pilots when you're consuming our content- not flight simmers who got their knowledge from someone else. Too often I've found that Youtubers are good at some things, but leave me baffled at others. BTW, Jason Sokoloff of AOA has been continually producing content for the 737 for a few years now. 737 LineWork has over 55 episodes now, packed full over very, very advanced techniques. We're talking hundreds of hours of additional content here. If you haven't checked it out, it's worth doing so! He regularly releases updates to that course. If you guys have an additional questions, feel free to reach out to me directly at team@flyaoamedia.com and I'd like to answer any questions you may have. We know that with some effort and focus, using our courses can transform the way you fly simulated airliners. Throttle On!
  2. All done guys! We did it! GroundWork is completely finished now! http://www.flyaoamedia.com/aoa/737ngx-groundwork-complete/ 20 LESSONS, 9 HOURS, 27 MINUTES, 54 SECONDS
  3. First off, this isn't a monthly thing. Also, we can't fit this stuff on DVDs. DVDs are on their way out, anyway. MD-11 is over 11 hours, and the NGX Training will be about 30 hours when it's all said and done. DVDs don't work for that much content ;) Thanks Ceri! Much appreciated.
  4. Yeah, there are a lot of differing opinions on the new Narrater. We hear mostly good things. Nick will be missed, but he's simply unavailable. New guy does great and works well with the team.
  5. Much thanks, and greatly appreciated. We do hear cases like yours where someone enjoys the time in between. For the most part, though, there are a lot of loud voices that were upset with the release frequency. I really think our team has done a fantastic job in turning things around. I can only take credit for realizing something needed to be done, and helping to organize the turn around. The hard work itself goes primarily to those on the front lines, being Henry, Nick, Jason, Rosh, Jonathan, Kevin, Dan, James and Robert (certainly not in order of importance). These guys are champs! I'm also glad to hear you're taking advantage of the extra materials we provide in the handouts and so on. They shouldn't be overlooked. Many thanks. Yeah, I have to admit myself that sometimes I look at the depth that we go into and have to kinda chuckle. We certainly aren't rolling in the Benjamins for our efforts, but we do get taken care of to a certain extent. Right now we figure that we'll just create an awesome product, and the reward will come later. And so far, even with all we've learned, it's made us stronger and more capable of doing things much better in the future. Case in point, we just released Secondary Flight Controls. 6 days between this video and Primary Flight Controls last week. Feels good!
  6. Thanks for all your support, Eamonn. It's great to have you around. You're truly a top member of our community, and we appreciate all that you do. You have a lot to learn about internet etiquette. The attacks came from you. I will soon, but I think it's only fair we get GroundWork done first. LineWork and FlightWork will be coming very soon. Thanks for the support! Much appreciated. Your comments help us out. I think our team has done a fantastic job turning this thing around. Thanks a million. Your trust and support mean a lot to us. It was pretty difficult in the face of all the bad things being said to turn this thing around, but I hope we've shown people we can deliver. Still a lot of work to do, but the light is at the end of the tunnel.
  7. And we take money for our complete service, not a bits 'here and there' service. No shame in that. Wow.
  8. Did you get informed about Hydraulics? We aren't selling it separately at this point. We will be here soon though. I finally got a new graphic designed to match, so that'll be coming soon. There will absolutely be a Study Guide for this, like with all of our other products. Right now it doesn't make sense. It will here in about a month or so, though.Another lesson, Gents. Enjoy!
  9. Hey all, Just an update, although we released this last week. Checkout the preview of the APU section. One of our best yet!
  10. Have you seen the APU section yet? Just released. I'll post a preview here in a few days. I honestly don't know the definition of trolling. Maybe I should get educated. But, you're part of the conversation. If trolling means you just dropped in an antagonize people, well, you'll have to look at that yourself. I don't mind doing a back and forth. Jon will do awesome. And Jordan is doing amazing with AviatorPro. It's been top notch. I just figure it was all in good fun. I have control of my mouth in that sense. Other things, not so much control. I guess we all have our battles, right?It was a funny joke, showed great personality. And yes, CBTs are HORRIBLE!
  11. It was a joke. And it was on a test meant for 'internal' purposes only, not external. I myself do not swear, and I wouldn't ever allow that into our training. But it was pretty hilarious regardless. I think the beep is much funnier than the actual swear word, personally. Nick rocks. He knows his stuff. But the truth of the matter is that both of us are just regular every day guys and professional voice over is not our forte. That said, I think there's a time and place for that informal type of teaching and voice, like in Nick's pre-release videos.
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