One of the categories in this blog is “History section“.
Before even coming to Namibia I wrote a series of posts dealing with my “air traffic control career” up to that point. If you missed them here is a summary:
A post on my first days in military and air traffic control training
That fantastic summer… Air traffic control, lots of flying, grilled chicken and wine…
I guess you never forget your first job. Ans mine was great!
On how a became an officer and a gentleman, and got some really nice flying!
I was not hear for a long time, but it was good days and I am really glad for them.
Only 23 years old and already a teacher in ATC.
Some of my best controlling years began already in 1985. Miss you F5!
Just a few photos from that greatest of airports!
On how hi-tech changed and improved ATC training.
I’m so glad I got that time in my hometown airport tower. It was a challenging tower in many ways. I learned a lot about air traffic control there…
More controllers should do this. See the job done from the other side.
It seems I am not able to get out of the training side of this job…
Can you learn an old dog to sit?
Getting pilots and controllers to know more about one other’s job is a good and interesting work.
I seem to get involved with cats in my life. This is one I like…
The last part in this section is about the last six years in Sweden. Being a Watch Supervisor is interesting, fun and demanding.