Looney Tunes anyone?

Just a short blog post today. I first came across this approach thanks to the Safety Officer at my Civil Air Patrol Squadron back in 2011. At first I didn’t understand what he was inferring from this approach plate, but once I picked up on it, I started laughing my kiester off. The folks over at Stuck Mic AvCast mentioned this in their recent episode 25. Does anyone catch the Looney Tunes reference to the waypoints used?


NOTAMS: My CAP Squadron does not have a facebook or any other form of a social media website yet. That will be discussed at a date TBD. Our CAP Safety Officer is Captain Mark Lutian. He is a PPL and has his instrument rating. He works at Sikorsky Aircraft in Stratford, CT. He is also a member of the Coast Guard Auxillary Flotilla out of Branford, CT (I think)

Mentioned in this post:

Stuck Mic  and on twiiter: @StuckMicAvCast

Coast Guard Auxillary and on twitter @USCGAux


About planeliker

I'm 23. Im big and vocal when it comes to airplanes and the military. (I know my stuff and probably could be considered an expert), Im a Civil Air Patrol 2nd Lt. Technically I'm a veteran by federal standards but there's no point in pursuing federal benefits. (served in the Air National Guard) Trying to change that though by getting back in the military.
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One Response to Looney Tunes anyone?

  1. Ur blog post, “Looney Tunes anyone? | Planeliker’s Blog” was worthy of commenting down here in the comment section! Just simply wished to announce you really did a great work. Thanks for your time ,Andrea

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