Kenneth E. Gazzola

Kenneth E. Gazzola
Articles
Yarns and Aviation, Linked 

Regarding “London's Light” (Viewpoint, July 2013, page 7), you may be half German, but it is your other half that enables you to spin such compelling yarns and repeatedly link them productively to aviation. But then again, aviation is the link to most everything and more and more business executives are realizing that.

President and CEO FlightLogix Inc. McLean, Va.

A Man Remembered 

Beautiful tribute to Al Ueltschi (“The Alabama Bet,” December 2012, page 9). He was a man for all seasons and as colorful as they make them, [the source of] so many great memories and stories never to be forgotten.

President FlightLogix LLC McLean, Va.

Step-by-Step 

“The Human Side of Ethiopian 409” (Cause & Circumstance, March 2012) was riveting. The step-by-step detail of how the man/machine interface was completely behind the events. The lack of effective CRM was also apparent. One of several bottom line lessons here is to use the autopilot when taking off in IMC, especially with storms in the area. So many errors!

President

FlightLogix LLC

Broader Audience Needed 

Outstanding Viewpoint (September 2011) on the Department of Homeland Security. Needs to be said, and shared with a broader audience.

Gazzola Consulting LLC

McLean, Va. 22101

Collogan Tight and Right 

Your February Editor’s Spotlight on Dave Collogan (page 9) was right on. Dave has been the news authority for business aviation for many years. He is a superb journalist and deserves the industry’s recognition and appreciation for telling it like it is. Hope he will contribute to Business & Commercial Aviation because he gets it “tight and right.”

All Star Tribute 

Congratulations on a grand tribute to the all-star team that made BCA the unique jewel of business aviation.

The staff photo review is so appropriate in this very special industry (aka elite club) of aviation zealots. It is a glowing trip down memory lane.

It has been an honor to serve with all of you and I am sure Dave is smiling proudly up there. BCA proves it is not lonely at the top.

18 Wonderful Years 

After 18 very exciting and rewarding years leading the Aviation Week Group and Overhaul & Maintenance, I will retire from The McGraw-Hill Companies at the end of 2006. When I was appointed to this position by Terry McGraw, the outgoing publisher of Aviation Week Group, and now chairman, president and CEO of The McGraw-Hill Companies, I was awed by the legacy of the group. Yet, there wasn't a signature publication focusing on the maintenance, repair and overhaul industry.

McGraw-Hill Aerospace & Defense 

I am pleased to announce that the Aviation Week Group has initiated a strategic rebranding program to reflect our expanded coverage across all sectors of the global aerospace and defense industry. The organization, under the new name McGraw-Hill Aerospace & Defense, will provide the same award-winning editorial coverage and titles while accelerating electronic, event and print initiatives that expand its footprint into the broader A&D sector.

WELCOME TO OUR 2006 SOURCE BOOK 

Aviation Week & Space Technology's 11th annual Aerospace Source Book features new coverage areas and updated graphic treatment of several longtime sections. All of these modifications come against a backdrop of growth in commercial transport orders, a healthy business aircraft market and uncertainty about the direction of military aircraft procurement.

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER 

As we close the books on 2005, on behalf of our Aviation Week & Space Technology staff, I would like to thank our readers and advertisers for your loyalty and support.

Program Intelligence Reports 

The aerospace and defense business revolves around programs, which connect industry and government on a global scale and are among the most complicated and long-running commercial and technological endeavors undertaken anywhere.

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER 

The aerospace and defense business revolves around programs, which connect industry and government on a global scale and are among the most complicated and long-running commercial and technological endeavors undertaken anywhere.

Living Your Dreams 

Have you ever dreamed of flying in a MiG-29? Floating in zero gravity? Or feeling the pressure of G-forces in a dogfight? Many of you have had these experiences, but many more only dream of them.

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER 

Have you ever dreamed of flying in a MiG-29? Floating in zero gravity? Or feeling the pressure of G-forces in a dogfight? Many of you have had these experiences, but many more only dream of them.

Introducing Defense Technology International 

Advanced technology transforms the battlefield, makes our defense industries more productive, and ultimately protects life and infrastructure. The call to action to introduce next-generation weapon systems has never been louder, as armed forces throughout the Free World seek better communications, lighter armor, faster platforms, and more effective surveillance, detection and intelligence-gathering capabilities.

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