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Welcome to The Helicopter Podcast, with your host Halsey Schider!This podcast is for helicopter pilots, maintainers, and enthusiasts! Whether you've been in the industry for 30 years or are just someone that loves helicopters, this podcast is for you! The podcasts will feature guests from a wide array of industry sectors to have casual conversation, answer questions, give sound advice, and talk shop. Finally, a podcast produced by helicopter professionals for all types of helicopter people!
 
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Richard (Rick) Howell started spinning spanners on aircraft in 1960 as a QANTAS apprentice. Since then he has flown all through Australia and PNG including a 29 year run as a pilot for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Rick and his twin brother John both started in aviation at the same time which presented a number of interesting scenarios a…
 
Before the ink had time to dry on his temporary Commercial Pilot Certificate, Trent Vick had landed a SIC (Second in Command) position for a heavy lift operator in the Pacific Northwest. Since that point, Trent has done some Ag flying, worked as a CFI, SIC in the Sky Crane fighting fire, and now is flying various missions, including Heli-Skiing for…
 
Jojo Rose completes his part-two interview with Halsey, focusing on the civilian use of the UH-60 Blackhawk. Jojo talks about how these aircraft came to be open in the civilian market, discusses the process from acquisition to restricted category civilian flying, and even shares his experience with an ECU failure, resulting in an emergency landing.…
 
"I am pushing ten thousand hours, and I am still learning every day!" - Johannes "Jojo" Rose imparts his wisdom and discusses his vast experience in Episode #3 of The Helicopter Podcast. Precision long line, powerline flying, logging in the Kmax, and fighting fire with the Blackhawk are just a few of the operations that Jojo has flown! Halsey and J…
 
This week, Halsey strikes up a conversation with Emily Spates. Halsey and Emily met at Flight School. Emily talks about using the GI Bill for flight training, how she landed her first Turbine helicopter job and eventually landing a seat in the Bell 407 for fire and other utility missions. Big thanks to Emily for being a great guest!…
 
Elan Head has been flying and writing about helicopters for over 15 years and is now Editorial Director at Vertical Magazine. Working in the helicopter media part of the industry Elan Head gets to talk to a wide range of people and over time has had the opportunity to take the controls of a wide range of helicopters. This gives her a unique vantage…
 
In this episode of the Helicopter Investor Town Hall, kindly supporting by Aero Asset, speakers included: William Sturm, Aero Asset Sebastien Moulin, The Milestone Aviation Group Conor O’Briain, PwC Ireland Steve Robertson, Air & Sea Analytics https://www.helicopterinvestor.com/ https://www.aeroasset.com/…
 
In this podcast, the Owner of Sellacopter, Halsey Schider, and Sales Consultant, Sean Moretz discuss their background and current flying experience. Sean and Halsey met at Hillsboro Aero Academy in Hillsboro, Oregon, where Sean was a Designated Pilot Examiner and is a DPE for all levels of FAA pilot certificates. We will have a DPE every couple of …
 
“All we wanted was a bigger – healthier tomato.” On this show Will and Nick take a look at the low budget comedy spoof ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES (1978). They take a look at the film’s scattershot approach to humour and an exploding helicopter that’s surprisingly real and first to be destroyed by a popular salad item. Show notes Director: John D…
 
“Of course the wolf flies.” On this show we’re joined Jay Cluitt from the Deep Blue Sea podcast to review Rampage (2018). We discuss genetically modified monster movies, whether science can explain Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s accent, and the wolf based exploding helicopter action. Show notes Rampage (2018) Director: Brad Peyton Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Naom…
 
For 24+ years Larry Welk has been flying news operations over Los Angeles and is President of Welk Aviation. Electronic news gathering or ENG is the term that those in the helicopter news corner of the industry use to capture their operations. As a platform to provide real time on-scene video at short notice over a city nothing so far beats a helic…
 
Richard Mornington-Sandford – flight instructor and engineering trainer has a long history working with the Robinson brand. Most piston engine pilots will be at least passingly familiar with the theory behind the formation of carburettor icing. However most textbooks lean towards the operation of the carburettor in a fixed wing mounted engine. Heli…
 
Jeff Yarnold has 23 years experience working in the helicopter rescue field. He now operates a company that develops equipment and training for Human External Cargo operations. As versatile as helicopters are there are still tight places where they just can’t land to get people in or out. For overwater flights, rescue teams and some utility operati…
 
“Can anyone douse the fire of truth?” We make a return to the world of Bollywood action cinema to review BAAZI (1995), a film that could, most politely be described as, being ‘inspired’ by Die Hard. Not to mention borrowing scenes from half-a-dozen other action films. Our guest on this show is Asim Burney from the Khandaan podcast. We try and pin d…
 
“No more Mr Nice Guy.” We’re joined by Doug Tilley from Cinema Smogasbord to discuss Sam Raimi’s Darkman (1990). We discuss the film’s origins and inspirations, its place in the development of superhero movies and its subsequent comic book adaptation. Oh, and we also look at the spectacular exploding helicopter action. Show notes Darkman (1990) Dir…
 
In this episode of the Helicopter Investor Town Hall, supported by Aero Asset, speakers included: Sébastien Delmaire, Aero Asset Crispin Maunder, LCI Chris Bradshaw, Bristow Group Inc. Clark McGinn, Uplifting Advice Brad Shaen, International Aviation Marketing Sara Dhariwal, Ascend by Cirium https://www.helicopterinvestor.com/ https://www.aeroasset…
 
“There goes my safety record” We’re joined once again by Brett and Ty from Comeuppance Reviews to shine a light on one of the undiscovered gems of DTV action: CRACKERJACK 2 (1997). We discuss the film’s (sadly) unsuccessful attempt to turn Judge Reinhold into an action movie film star, the weird world of unlikely DTV action heroes, and the explodin…
 
“We’re lions – and that ain’t ever gonna change.” On this show we’re joined by Todd Gaines of Bulletproof Action and Letterboxd fame to review ANGEL HAS FALLEN (2019). We discuss the most surprising entry in the Has Fallen franchise and one of the few films where we get to see the Presidential helicopter blown up. Show notes Director: Ric Roman Wau…
 
“Free hots dogs for life. No drinks.” On this episode Will is joined by Nick Rehak from French Toast Sunday to take a look at the buddy cop genre parody THE OTHER GUYS (2010). They also take a look at a very special and unique exploding helicopter. Show notes Director: Adam McKay Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, Dwayne Johnson, Samuel L Jackson, …
 
Kindly supported by Nova Capital, this episode of the Helicopter Investor Town Hall looks at the last updates on helicopter leasing Speakers included: Stephen Cook, Executive Director, Macquarie Bank Conor O’Briain, Senior Manager – Aviation Finance Tax, PwC Olivier Piot, Founder and CEO, Nova Capital group Pat Sheedy, President and CEO, Milestone …
 
“Meat Inspectors – don’t even fart.” On this show Exploding Helicopter pays tribute to one of its favourite actors, Brian Dennehy, who died earlier this year. We’re joined by the DTV Connoisseur himself, Matt Poirier to reminisce about our favourite Dennehy performance and take a look at his vigilante cop thriller THE LAST OF THE FINEST (1990). Sho…
 
David McColl is Chief Pilot of Rotor Blade LLC and has flown a range of powerline industry roles using the MD500 helicopter. The general line thrown out there is that most helicopter pilots try to spend their careers staying away from wires – the guys and girls flying in the powerline industry get right up close as part of their job. David McColl i…
 
“My name is Alice and I remember everything.” We return to the world of video game adaptations once again to take a look at Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004). Guesting on this show is Nick Rehak from French Toast Sunday. Show notes Director: Alexander Witt Cast: Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Iain Glen, Jared Harris Plot: Alice wakes up in the Rac…
 
In this episode of the Helicopter Investor Town Hall, kindly supported by Aero Asset, speakers included: Will Sturm, Sales Director, Aero Asset Joe Hawke, Chairman & CEO, Uniflight Global Steve Robertson, Director, Air & Sea Analytics Sara Dhariwal, Valuations Manager, Ascend by Cirium David Crick, Founder, DavAir Jean-Marc Youkhana, Founder, Uplif…
 
Andrew Boniface is at the forefront of Electronic Flight Bag training solutions in Australia The pace of consumer electronics development far outstrips that of aviation equipment and helicopter installed functionality. Electronic Flight Bags are becoming a fixture in cockpits throughout the industry. For about AUD$799 in 2020 you can bring a range …
 
“That’s what we call women empowerment.” On this show we make another visit to the world of Indian action cinema to take a look at TIGER ZINDA HAI (2017). Once again Nick Rehak from French Toast Sunday joins us to help review the film. Show notes Tiger Zinda Hai (2017) Plot: When a group of Indian and Pakistani nurses are held hostage in Iraq by a …
 
“You’ve lived through the collapse of vaudeville and burlesque.” On the episode we take a look at the volcano-themed, disaster film WHEN TIME RAN OUT… (1980). A notorious critical and commercial flop, the movie has now passed into legend as the film that killed off the Seventies disaster genre. Helping Will to review the film is When Time Ran Out s…
 
In this episode of the Helicopter Investor Town Hall, speakers included: Sharon Desfor, Chairman of the Board and Owner of HeliValue$ David Fowkes, Managing Director, Sector Co-Head, Aviation & Aerospace, Raymond James Pedro Clode, Executive Director, Helicopter Consulting Jeremy Parkin, founder, Parapex Media Alastair Fallon, Helicopter Aviation A…
 
Photo: Richard Butterworth has lead a team from Kestral Aviation that now has two fire seasons of experience in night aerial firefighting. We first looked at night aerial firefighting in episode 65 when the capability had just finished the first trials in Australia. Now with two more fire seasons of experience fighting fires at night, Richard Butte…
 
“Can I hitch a ride to the liquor store?” Helicopter explosions in films are very much an international phenomenon and on this episode we cast our cinematic eye on the Swedish cop thriller MAN ON THE ROOF (1976). To discuss the film we’re joined by Anders and Jonas from the Pod Hard podcast to discuss the film’s strange blend of gritty social reali…
 
Today’s topic is First Solo flights. If you are a student getting ready for your first helicopter solo this is the episode that you want to hear. If you are an instructor sending students solo then you will also definitely want to listen to this one. For everyone else there are some good risk management considerations in here and it provides anothe…
 
Luke Brandley is a Senior Search and Rescue Office with AMSA and used to fly Iroquois for the Australian Army. We spend a lot of time training for emergencies in the air but how much do you know about what happens next or what kicks into gear if you go missing? Luke Brandley is an ex-Huey pilot now working as a Senior Search and Rescue Officer with…
 
The inaugural episode of the Helicopter Investor Town Hall was a truly global affair, looking at the latest in the helicopter markets with speakers from around the world. Speakers included: Bill Wolf, President and CEO, Lobo Leasing Hooman Yazhari, Former CEO, Waypoint Leasing and Current Lead Independent Director, Bristow Helicopters. Emmanuel Dup…
 
“You owe me a meatball sandwich.” On this episode, Exploding Helicopter takes a look at one of the worst ever films by one of the one worst ever directors. Yes, we’re diving headlong into one of Uwe Boll’s notorious videogame adaptations, FAR CRY (2008) only to ask, ‘Is it really that bad?’ To answer this important question we’re joined once again …
 
Fred North built his early helicopter hours travelling from town to town in France selling joyflights. Now he works on some of the biggest films in the world. Even if you are not an avid movie goer it is still very likely that you have seen some of Fred North’s work. Fred has been involved in many of the largest Hollywood Blockbusters in recent tim…
 
Stephen Boyce has been marketing and selling helicopters since 2011 leveraging his own wide industry experience in the process. In the market for a helicopter or just want to know some of the ins and outs of the process? Stephen Boyce has been working in helicopter sales since 2011 and flying them since 1994. Helicopters are high cost purchases and…
 
“Must have been domestic.” On this episode we wind the clock back to the early Eighties to take a look at the cult martial arts movies KILL AND KILL AGAIN (1981). We’re joined by Brett and Ty from Comeuppance Reviews to discuss what many people (just us, really) are hailing as the most influential film ever made (terms and conditions apply). World …
 
Tony Norton talks about some of the features and operating considerations of FLIR as a pilot vision system. Forward Looking Infra-red (FLIR) systems have been around for a while and used in a search or surveillance function normally by an operator with a control panel. A small number of aircraft are now incorporating FLIR as a pilot vision tool, tr…
 
“If you touch the fro, you got to go.” On the new Exploding Golf Cart we take a look at a film often hailed by fans as a classic of the combustible cart genre, UNDERCOVER BROTHER (2002). Is this blaxsploitation and spy movie spoof, a top of the leaderboard comedy, or does it miss the cut? And does the exploding golf cart action live up to the hype?…
 
Ditching a rapidly yawing helicopter into the open ocean is one of those experiences most of us would happily pass on. Jim Palmquist and his crew onboard a SH2 Sea Sprite survived just such an event during his time as an aircraft carrier search and rescue pilot. The Kaman Sea Sprite is a unique helicopter about which Jim goes into more detail. ‘Pla…
 
The bulk of Tony Norton’s career has been spent as a Qualified Flying Instructor and Test Pilot in the Australian Army. If your perfect day sounds like flying a glider in the morning, testing the HV curve in a Kiowa at lunch and then jumping in a Swedish jet interceptor in the afternoon then Tony ‘Squid’ Norton can tell you what it’s like! Tony is …
 
Jared Friend is GM of Hillsboro Aero Academy Helicopter Training. He tells of operators now reaching out to schools looking for pilot candidates such is demand growth in the US. A few years can make a big difference and that is the case now in Jan 2020 for the helicopter pilot hiring market in the USA. For the first time in a while the minimum hour…
 
There are differing and some very academic definitions for what culture is. I like – “the way we do things around here”. This is a chat about organisational culture and how it impacts on aviation and specifically helicopter operations. Natalee Johnston spent most of her time in the Royal Australian Navy as a Sea King pilot. A fatal crash of a RAN S…
 
“We’re only screaming to scare them.” When you think of the great directors of Italian cinema you think of Fellini, Pasolini, Visconti, Antonioni, Rosselini and other people whose names end in ‘I’. But on this show we’re reviewing Codename Wild Geese (1984) and celebrating one of the unsung heroes of Italian cinema – Antonio Margheriti. We’re joine…
 
Kimberly Hutchings juggles flying helicopters, running a longline training school, family, being a physical trainer and speaking on safety for high risk industries. Have you ever taken your eyes inside the cockpit to check a notification or had your preflight inspection interrupted by a phone call? Distractions of all kinds are increasingly a probl…
 
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