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January 20, 2020 02:25 PM PST
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This is something you have to think about whether you're brand new or an experienced helicopter pilot! The 2 step technique refresher to avoid dynamic rollover. Don't rush the pick up, even if you don't like the bounce. The Enstrom likes to dance a bit. Let us know your thoughts, questions and comments below the video!


#46 Coffee With Kenny Helicopter Training Daily Videos
January 19, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Join us daily for Coffee with Kenny! Something that just kind of happened over night! Different topic every day! Subscribe to Coffeewithkenny.com and click the bell to get notified daily of our videos and be sure to chime in and comment or ask your questions and share your experiences with us below the videos!

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#45 Helicopter EMS "You are Not Hauling PATIENTS, You are Hauling CARGO"
January 18, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Bad business for an EMS pilot to tell a hospital NO..? Even when the patient doesn't meet the criteria? In unsafe weather? Watch and listen to this video and let us know your thoughts and comments below the video!!


#44 Member Question Landing at Airport Ramp with Closed Runway
January 17, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Pilot in Command..it's up to you to make the right decisions! Ground School member question. Can you still land at an airport when it's closed, full of snow? Of course, always do as much pre flight as possible. Make your phone calls, make sure you know where you're landing and stopping. However you don't want to mess around with snow, it's always safety first. You as the PIC have to make that safety call.

Let us know your experiences and thoughts below the video! Thanks for joining!


#43 Home Flight Simulators vs Actual Aircraft Student Training
January 16, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Member question! Are home simulators beneficial and do I recommend them?

I did use them in the beginning of my training, it did help build my confidence. However of course it will never be as good as the real thing. But yes it can help you with certain things.


#42 Weight Limitations in Flight Training, Pilot Jobs, Helicopter Rides
January 15, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Depending on the aircraft you will be flying, these limitations will be different. I have seen people that went for their dreams even losing weight to become a helicopter pilot. So awesome! In the Enstrom, there is no seat weight. It depends a lot also on how a person is built.

You have to be able to put safety first, and perform basic flight functions. Let us know your questions and comments below the video!!

#41 Movies Television Helicopter Take Off vs Real World Student Training
January 14, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Movie and TV helicopter take off's are crazy! No comparison to real world. They do no pre flight, no hover check, they get in and they take off all crazy and fast. Watch as I guide you through a nice normal takeoff, then after the video leave your comments and questions below!

#40 Helicopter Pilot Radio Communications Struggles Coffee With Kenny
January 13, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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I have some tips on Helicopter Radio Communications for you! First off..Sound Confident! Even if you're not, you're gonna get farther and in turn you will become more confident. Another tip is you can combine base and final in one radio call. I just think it makes managing the aircraft better.

You're going to get better with practice! Everyone makes mistakes! Know your airspace and what's going on around you! Understand your route and your radio communication will come out well!

January 12, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Alright, 2018 Flight Instructor of the year Dan "Taz" Christman has an incredible career with many accomplishments! Ride along with us as he takes his first flight in an Enstrom!

January 11, 2020 02:00 PM PST
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Use the force Luke!! Coffee with Kenny today, been having questions about students struggling with the cyclic. So I have a couple tips for you. One trick to mastering it is to not over exaggerate your movements. Your cyclic changes should be very minute, very small.

Also if you have trim, you should get comfortable with that, it's awesome. Once you get it you'll be amazed at smooth it can be!

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