6 edition of Adventures of the Iditarod Air Force found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ted Mattson ; illustrations by Sandy Jamieson.|
|LC Classifications||SF440.15 .M78 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||96061936|
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Getting all that out to checkpoints in the frigid, remote Alaskan bush requires a mosquito fleet of airplanes and the brave pilots who fly them - known as the Iditarod Air Force (IAF).Author: Joshua Saul. Adventures of the Iditarod Air Force: True Stories About the Pilots Who Fly for Alaska's Famous Sled Dog Race. ORDER Yukon Alone or browse more Sled Dog Books. TRY WDW's Guide to the Yukon Quest: Iditarod Mushers [ Top] Iditarod Race Winners - plus times, multiple winners, records, and search for Past Racers by year.
The Iditarod race has many great stories to tell by the many men and women who help plan it, and travel the trail to help make it successful. Joe Pendergrass is one of the many people who make The Last Great Race on Earth® what it is. Joe is a member of a very special. When that happens, a dog is checked in with race officials and vets in the checkpoint, settled in with handlers, and as soon as possible flown either back to the start in Anchorage or on to the finish in Nome, courtesy of the Iditarod Air Force. Which brings me to an all important update about the twins and their respective dogs.
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Adventures Of The Iditarod Air Force Ted Mattson tells a quarter-century's worth of tales of the volunteer pilots' exploits above the trail--some funny, some somber--about what happens when a team of rambunctious dogs decides to exit the cabin of a fabric-covered airplane, about landing on sea ice in whiteout conditions, about.
Adventures of the Iditarod Air Force: true stories about the pilots who fly for Alaska's famous sled dog race. [Ted Mattson] -- Calling themselves the Iditarod Air Force, volunteer pilots fly through some of the nation's worst weather to transport food, supplies, people, and dogs along the 1, mile trail.
Adventures of the Iditarod Air Force: true stories about the pilots who fly for Alaska's famous sled dog race Aviation Museum & Library Collection Back to Collection. An anthology compiled by The Old Iditarod Gang This book is a celebration of time and place, the first 10 years of the Iditarod.
More than pages of the history of the Iditarod, told by those that were there, who experienced it from the get go and those first 10 years. Adventures of the Iditarod Air Force: True Stories About the Pilots Who Fly for Alaska's Famous Sled Dog Race, by Ted Mattson, Sandy Jamieson (Illustrator) / Paperback / Published Order this book.
The Iditarod Air Force Welcome to the website of The Iditarod Air Force (IAF), a group of pilots supporting The Iditarod Sled Dog Race, also known as the Last Great Race. The primary focus of this web site is the pilots who fly for the IAF and the other volunteers who keep us in the air.
Jerry Wortley, a tenth year Iditarod Air Force (IAF) pilot takes his role one step further. An aviation insurance broker in Idaho, Jerry typically flies his Cessna up from Idaho in November or December each year to get it ready for Iditarod.
This year, he flew his which he’ll be flying back to the Lower 48 in April or May. Phil Morgan, Assistant Chief Pilot An Iditarod pilot sincePhil was born and raised in Alaska and currently lives in Anchorage. A Captain for Alaska Airlines, he flies a Cessna for the Iditarod Air Force.
Phil ran the Iditarod with dogs instead of his plane and won the Red Lantern. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Adventures of the Iditarod Air Force at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Adventures of the Iditarod Airforce: True Stories about the Pilots Who Fly for Alaska's Famous Sled Dog Race by Ted Mattson, Sandy Jamieson (Illustrator) Be the first to review this item Ted Mattson tells a quarter-century's worth of tales of the volunteer pilots' exploits above the trail--some funny, some somber--about what happens.
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Flying with the Iditarod Air Force is a great adventure in itself. It was like flying into a different time zone or a space/time fluke where the only world that existed was right here in that cabin in Ophir, Alaska.
Jack London mentions Ophir and the Innoko Gold Country in one of his books (The Innoko River runs by it). Don arrived on the Last Frontier in and became involved with the Iditarod as a member of the volunteer Iditarod Air Force.
Upon retirement from the “real” Air Force, Don set about to run the Iditarod with his own team, even though he had virtually no experience as a : Publication Consultants. Please click here to help put a copy of this book in every Alaskan school – even a $ donation will help put more books into our schools!.
Iditarod: The First Ten Years is a tremendous compilation of history from many of the mushers, friends, families, volunteers, news reporters, photographers, artists and others who helped make The Last Great Race a reality during those heady.
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