If you are looking for perfect safety, you will do well to sit on a fence and watch the birds; but if you really wish to learn, you must mount a machine and become acquainted with its tricks by actual trial.— Wilbur Wright, from an address to the Western Society of Engineers in Chicago, 18 September 1901.
Lou has developed an LSA proficiency and transition training program that is the result of years of development. We strongly believe this training matched with the Bristell airframe will change the face and safety profile of light aircraft flying.
A challenge coin is the icon that the training program resides upon. The tradition of the military challenge coin is steeped in lore and is required equipment as it exemplifies the focus of the disciplined camaraderie. It unifies the concepts and codifies safety (above all), with form, and the handed down tradition of our young fraternity as aviators.
Proficiency (GPA), Safety (PLC), and LSA transition training (DF Gap)