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Taylor Master Mechanic Award. Background The award is named for Mr. Taylor, the mechanic who built the engines and maintained the Wright Brothers airplanes. To be eligible for the award, a mechanic must have at least a total of 50 years engaged in aviation maintenance and be a certificated mechanic or repairman as long as they have kept their credentials, with a minimum of 30 years as a FAA-certificated mechanic or repairman; the remaining 20 years may be accepted if the individual served as a mechanic in the military or worked in the aviation maintenance or manufacturing industry.
The site of the Charles E. The memorial will feature a life-size sculpture of Taylor at his workbench and a bronze bust of Taylor with the Mechanics' Creed.
Taylor Master Mechanic Award will also be included in the memorial. A complete listing of Master Mechanics can be found at https: Broesamle, Mobridge November Broesamle started his aviation career in by completing an aircraft sheet metal course at Lincoln Aeronautical Institute in Lincoln, NE. His military service included 2 years in the Far East before returning to the States in In , he came home to South Dakota and operated an aircraft repair shop in Bison.
For the next 14 years, he served as the Airport Manager at Mobridge, SD, also operating a maintenance and repair shop, which he continues to operate in Ellis, Sturgis November He became a licensed mechanic in , and moved in to Cheyenne, WY, to work for Plains Airways. In he became a partner in Black Hills Aviation in Spearfish. He helped pioneer airborne uranium prospecting in , and later worked at Bus Field Aviation in Belle Fourche.
Ivan was named the SD Mechanic of the Year in In he moved to Sturgis and took over maintenance at Hlavka Flying Service. During retirement he has continued to rebuild classic aircraft. Kraemer, Nemo November Kraemer has been in aviation for the past 56 years as a pilot and mechanic.
He began his aviation maintenance career while earning his pilot license at the Spearfish Airport in He is a founding member of the Experimental Aircraft Association with membership number 72, and was the second person to donate a homebuilt experimental category aircraft to the EAA for their fledgling museum in He has worked unceasingly in the furtherance of aviation as a mechanic and inspector for the past 56 years, and continues to encourage people interested in building their own experimental category aircraft, always stressing high standards of aircraft construction.
Dahlhoff, Sioux Falls March He served for 4 years in the U. Air Force as a mechanic, boom operator, and flight engineer.
He started his own business, Aircrafters, in and continued it until Adkins, Parkston September Cliff later serviced as a flight engineer and copilot of Bs at Pensacola, FL. In he established an airport with flight training, maintenance and repair, aerial application, and charter services at Parkston, SD, which later became the Parkston Municipal Airport. Kolb, Spearfish August Kolb learned to fly in from his brother Raymond and in late early entered in to partnership with his brother in the Lemmon Aircraft Company at Lemmon.
Arnold learned aircraft maintenance and later sold his interest in Lemmon Aircraft Company in He bought the business in , and renamed it Black Hills Aviation. He expanded services to include fire-fighting using Bs, which he maintained. When the Interstate Highway 90 went through the Black Hills Airport property and the air tankers could not operate there, he moved his business to Alamogordo, NM, in Arnold engineered and developed an improved drop system for air tankers and shifted from Bs to Lockheed P2V Neptunes.
His last B is at the Smithsonian Museum. He sold his air tanker business in Kolb, Lemmon August Kolb learned to fly in in the Civilian Pilot Training program in Spearfish and continued training at Ft.
He taught flying in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. Ray began learning aircraft maintenance in as an apprentice mechanic at Spearfish. In late early he purchased Lemmon Aircraft Company in partnership with his brother Arnold who sold his interest in the business in Raymond continued to run Lemmon Aircraft Company until he sold it in He continued to work at Lemmon Aircraft Company until From to he worked with his brother Arnold at Black Hills Aviation on fire-fighting aircraft, which he also co-piloted.
After retiring in he continued to work on aircraft at Lemmon. Lemmon Airport was renamed Ray Kolb Airport in his honor in Ferwerda, Springfield July After the war he continued in aircraft maintenance at Yankton Airport and worked for Duane Closs. He joined the SD National Guard as an aircraft mechanic in at Wagner and served in full-time positions in Springfield and Rapid City working on fixed wing aircraft and helicopters, and retired in Bill and Roy Crisman gave countless airplane rides to people through the s to at Wagner Airport for annual Labor Day celebrations.
He continued to do private aircraft maintenance and inspections while in the National Air Guard and afterward until his retirement from aircraft maintenance in Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award.
Background The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award recognizes pilots who have contributed to building and maintaining the safest aviation system in the world, through practicing and promoting safe flight for 50 consecutive years or more. The award is named for Wilbur and Orville Wright, two early pioneers of flight. To be eligible for the award, a pilot must have 50 years of U.
A current flight review or medical certificate is not required at the time of nomination. A complete listing of Master Pilots can be found at https: Cecil Ice, Pierre March Cecil had flown over 44, hours in Part aerial applications, Part charter flights, and Part 91 operations over a plus year period. Ice Flying Service was established at the Pierre Airport in and continues to operate today.
He was a Piper aircraft dealer for over 45 years. Balentine, Yankton August After restoring the Cub in a chicken coop that he and his wife Ione cleaned out, he flew it about 30 hours before beginning formal flight training. Bob has owned several planes over the years, and flown extensively in New England, southeastern US, Utah, and Midwest areas.
Bob has accumulated almost 1, hours of flight time over a year period. He soloed in June and earned his license in September , going on to earn a commercial rating in , a multi-engine rating in , and an instrument rating in Roy started crop spraying in a Piper PA18 at Wagner in Roy operated the Wagner Airport from to — 40 years.
Beginning in the late s, he gave airplane rides at Wagner over the Labor Day weekend for cents a pound or cents a foot in height — to hundreds of people including several generations of the same families.
Roy has accumulated almost 25, hours of flight time over a year period. Ferwerda, Springfield August He started flight training as an aviation cadet in the US Army Air Corps in November , later switching to aircraft maintenance. Bill completed pilot training in , and later earned a commercial rating in , instrument rating in , and flight instructor rating in Between the mids and Bill gave airplane rides to people at Wagner with Roy Crisman during the Labor Day weekend.
He has flown 19 different fixed wing planes including a Maule on skis in Alaska, and two rotary wing aircraft over the years, and owned many planes over the years. Bill received the Charles E. Bill has accumulated over 4, hours of flight time, plus 70 hours of dual instruction in two rotary wing aircraft over a year period. Rathbun , Rapid City September His military flight experience included several air bases in the States, and several locations overseas.
After retirement, Grove flew Cessna s, and in purchased a Cessna , which he continues to fly today. Grove has accumulated over hours of flight time over a 58—year period. Bartels, Pierre September He attended South Dakota State University in Brookings in and took Air to earn his private pilot license, but quit school and got married in James rented planes occasionally and earned his private pilot license in in a Piper PA He flew the plane until putting hours on it, and then sold the plane and purchased a PA Super Cub.
James used both Cubs in ranching and farming, checking cattle and crops, plus commuting between the Pierre Airport and his hangar at the ranch in Lyman County, and coyote hunting. To date, James has 4, hours of flying time. Summers, Rapid City September He earned his private pilot license on May 30, , after After joining the U. In Charlie was selected to operate the glider program at the U.
To date, Charlie has administered flight checks in airplanes and gliders, sport pilot, recreational, private, commercial, instrument, ATP, and CFI. He has 14, total aircraft time hours as DPE examiner not logged , 4, hours flight instruction given, and flown over 85 different makes and models of aircraft including balloons and powered parachutes, and flown to Mach 2 in F-4C, D and E fighter aircraft.
He was a founding member of the Experimental Aircraft Association with member number
Golden Valley County jury finds Watson guilty of continuous sexual abuse of a child. Watson trial to continue into next week. Trial for former LaMoure police chief accused of sexual abuse of a child begins. Beach man pleads guilty to lower homicide charge in case where two men were playing with gun. A year-old Beach man pleaded guilty to accidentally shooting and killing his friend and then lying to law enforcement last year during a change BEACH—A late-night combination of "doing tricks" with a pistol and drinking whiskey turned deadly for a Beach man, according to testimony By the North Dakota 4-H numbers.
For many, 4-H provides youth with a foundation to learn vital life skills for their future. With opportunities to complete projects ranging from Camping restrictions at western N. WMAs lifted for days after Fourth of July. Army 's 11th Infantry. Beach had led an expedition of railroad surveyors through the area in The post office was established in , and the town was incorporated first as a village in and as a city in It was named the county seat of Golden Valley County in In April , the then ex-president and long term fixture of the Badlands region, Theodore Roosevelt , made his last trip to the area, stopping in Beach and nearby Medora.
His visit to Medora passed without incident, but the visit to Beach was marred by a strongly negative reception to Roosevelt's speech. He first expressed surprise that the town of Beach even existed, based upon such marginal land.
This was undoubtably due to the lack of flora and fauna, the wear and strain he endured in the 10 years he ranched in the area, and Rocky Mountain and Great Plains blizzard of The incident is likely to have critically influenced his commentary and estrangement with the region, culminating in October While giving a morale speech regarding World War I in then strongly anti-war North Dakota, a side trip to the Badlands was suggested. Roosevelt demurred, stating "[i]t is a mistake for one to hit the back trail after many years have passed.
One finds things have changed, the old picture destroyed, the romance gone. It's best that it should be so, but I don't want to see the place again. I'd rather try and remember it as it was. Beach is located in western North Dakota along the border with Montana. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 1.
As of the census  of , there were 1, people, households, and families residing in the city. The population density was There were housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2. There were households of which The average household size was 2.
The median age in the city was The gender makeup of the city was As of the Census , there were 1, people, households, and families residing in the city. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0. There were households out of which In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 43 years.
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