.Normally these boots are made for walking, but today boots were made for rudder pedals. Our favorite boot wearing pilot (even though he drives a Subaru), Ryan Mill, steel-toed his commercial checkride in the derriere (its French) and is now a commercial certificated pilot. Ryan has been an incredible 141 advanced student. Hitting all the requirements and milestones needed to successfully move through the coursework. Even working ahead by already completing part of his CFI ground school. We don’t know where he gets the energy with work, life, his dog, and flying 4-5 times a week. Ryan successfully completed the concurrent instrument/commercial training in 6 months. He has a two month goal for CFI, which we know he will hit. Awesome job to Commercial Pilot Ryan Mill and his CFI Kurtis Hornung! Execution is the foundation for momentum.
***Disclaimer*** We are only kidding about the Subaru drivers. If you have one, we do not mean to offend. You obviously did your homework and made a smart decision with your car purchase. At least it isn’t a Nissan Leaf ;)
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