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PhxSpotters New Contributing Photographer

By: Category: FriendsPHXUncategorized would like welcome our new Contributing Photographer Scott Mulhollan. We look forward to seeing many many more photos from Scott. Welcome to Scott Mulhollan. Scott Mulhollan is a student at the Community College of Beaver County, Pennsylvania studying Air Traffic Control. He will graduate in May of 2011 in the enroute program. Scott aspires to work at the Phoenix TRACON with the FAA. In addition to aviation, Scott also has a passion for photography. Fortunately, aviation and photography go hand and hand. He is a certified Private Pilot. Scott resides in Scottsdale, AZ, and is 19 years old. Read More

PhxSpotters Supports Luke Forward

By: Category: GlendaleGoodyearLukeMilitaryPHX

Phxspotters is a proud supporter of the Luke Forward program. Please take time and visit there website HERE.And if you like what you read please we encourage you to registrar and let Arizona voice be heard. And you can also join the Facebook . This is just another voice to be heard.Read More

July 2010 Featured Airport GYR

By: Category: Goodyear

PhxSpotters is going to be doing a article every month starting in July. And this month we have picked Phoenix Goodyear (KGYR). We sometimes forget that all the good aviation pictures come from the huge international airports or the military bases but believe it or not there is  more interesting aircraft that fly in and out of KGYR that one would think. Sometimes they even fly in and dont fly out. Goodyear is home to Aero Turbine, Inc. which is a company that buys aircrafts and either recyles or refurbishes and re-sells them. Read More

305th Rescue SQ visits KIWA.

By: Category: HelicoptersMilitaryWillie

Jason Bong had a opportunity to get up and close with the 305th Rescue SQ that is based out of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona (1993-Present) They were just coming back from Roosevelt Lake after doing some training exercises and decided to stop by KIWA to get a bite to eat at the Red Brick Pizza. While talking with the crew they asked if I would be interested in taking some pictures of there HH-60G and of course I had to say yes. I want to tell the crew thank you very much for the chance to get up and close. And because of you I now have my first military patch. Here is a little information about the 305th rescue SQ. The 305th Rescue Squadron is trained and equipped to conduct Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) missions worldwide utilizing the HH-60G "Pavehawk" helicopter...Read More