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Aviation Podcast “Slipstream Radio” Features GFM

By In Aerospace Medicine, Blog, Civilian Aviation Medicine, Flight Medicine, . . . On November 30, 2014


Slipstream Radio

Slipstream Radio

In January 2014, F-22 Raptor driver and creator of TallyOne, Rob “Shotz” Burgon partnered with commercial aviator Brent Owens of iFlyBlog to create a unique podcast for aviation enthusiasts called Slipstream Radio.

This past week, Slipstream Radio discusses topics relevant to aviation medicine and featured GoFlightMedicine during an interview with GFM creator, Rocky “Apollo” Jedick.  The Slipstream Radio Podcast can be found on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps.

 

 

 

 

Listen to the Podcast below:

 

SLIPSTREAM RADIO PODCAST

Rob "Shotz" Burgon

Rob “Shotz” Burgon

From Rob’s intro to the Slipstream Radio Podcast on his blog:

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to get paid to fly? Maybe you’re a professional pilot and are just curious about flying other types of aircraft or doing a different type of flying altogether. Whatever your aircraft of choice, we think you’ll find something interesting on Slipstream Radio, a collaborative effort between Tally One and iFLYblog. On our podcast, we’ll talk about the nuances of flying professionally from both a civilian and military perspective. We’ll cover all kinds of topics pertinent to anyone who gets in a cockpit – or who wants to get in a cockpit!

 

 

Brent Owens

Brent Owens

Brent’s description of the podcast announcement from his iFLYblog is similar:

Why is this podcast different than the dozens of other ones out there? Largely because of our varied backgrounds. I am a professional pilot and general aviation enthusiasts. Rob is a USAF fighter pilot flying the F-22 Raptor. Together we form a unique blend of two separate, but equally interesting segments of aviation.

Subjects that will be broached will include anything we feel would be valuable to the audience. It is our goal to provide an entertaining and informational program that all pilots will enjoy. “

 

High Acclaim for Slipstream Radio from Aviation Enthusiasts and Organizations: