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  1. ((This thread follows the development of BRUTE SNYDER))
  2. The University of San Andreas (ULSA) has recently established an Aviation Club, providing students with a unique opportunity to engage in aviation-related projects and pursue their passion for flight. With 11 dedicated members, the club is making strides towards offering affordable aviation options and training for students. Led by Melissa Briggs, an intern at the San Andreas Aviation Administration (SAAA), the club aims to broaden access to aviation and inspire future pilots. The Birth of ULSA Aviation Club The ULSA Aviation Club was founded on the 3rd of June, 2023, by Melissa Briggs, a student and an enthusiastic intern at SAAA. Melissa's vision for the club was to create an avenue for students to explore aviation in a more affordable way and receive training from an early stage. Recognizing the high costs associated with aviation, Melissa sought to break down barriers and provide accessible opportunities for aspiring pilots. ULSA Campus (2023) Melissa's Dream of Affordable Aviation Melissa Briggs is passionate about making aviation accessible to students who otherwise might not have the means to pursue it as a hobby or a potential career path. She aims to revolutionize the aviation industry by offering affordable options for young enthusiasts, enabling them to explore the skies and receive training at a fraction of the usual cost. The ULSA Aviation Club Projects Currently, the ULSA Aviation Club is actively involved in five projects, with one of them nearing completion – the Flexwing Microlight. The club boasts a diverse team comprising three engineering students, one programming student, a chemistry major, and SAAA Engineer Tony Carlton, who supervises the ongoing Microlight project. This collaboration highlights the interdisciplinary nature of the club and the enthusiasm of students from various backgrounds towards aviation. The Flexwing Microlight Project The Flexwing Microlight project, one of the club's main endeavors, is close to fruition. The aircraft is designed to be lightweight and cost-effective, making it an ideal choice for aspiring pilots on a budget. Under the guidance of Tony Carlton, the team has been meticulously working on constructing the Microlight, aiming to provide a safe and efficient aircraft for future club members and aviation enthusiasts. However, the project isn't finished yet, they are aiming to finish the Microlight within the next couple of weeks. There will be an announcement regarding this, as the Aviation Club will be organizing a public event at Sandy Airport. Melissa Briggs next to the "almost" finished Microlight. There are still a few minor adjustments that have to be done to the engine before it can be installed on the Microlight. ((The microlight was almost finished with the exception of an engine at the back, currently it had all the electrical and mechanical parts to allow it gliding capabilities but lacked thrust due to having no engine at all.)) A Vision for the Future Melissa Briggs envisions a future where the ULSA Aviation Club plays a vital role in training student pilots to assist park rangers or firefighting departments in preventing and combating forest fires. She hopes that in the years to come, student volunteers from ULSA will be flying air ambulances, further expanding the impact of the club's endeavors. Interview with Melissa Briggs Neo Trudgill: "Melissa, as you said, this could be useful for students volunteering to help the FD, but the microlight is a stunt plane, so is this even related to one and other?" Melissa Briggs: "Currently we are working on a Microlight and from where I am Microlights and paragliders are used by Texas Fire Department to observe forest areas for fires and emergencies. Since they can fly much lower than a helicopter or plane due to its compact design. " Neo Trudgill: "Is the FD informed about this project?" Melissa Briggs: "They are informed about both of our projects, however they do not currently offer a volunteer program for students, it's something I want to work on in the future. Yet, as you can tell, we are a bunch of students at the end of the day, and first we have to prove to the good folk of LS that we can accomplish this. It's why we want to make our first official flight a public event. " Neo Trudgill: "What measures will you implement to ensure the safety of participants and visitors involved in your project?" Melissa Briggs: "Currently we have a lot of safety measures in place. First checking everything by an engineer, SAAA helped us with that. So we'll have a certificate for it. Second, safety and training go hand in hand with each other. We'll have safety training before any students are allowed to fly the Microlight. Miss Kaneko does the medical checks on all of the students. Lastly we have all backing from SAAA meaning they actually help us when we decide to fly that means we can entirely close a runway, and have ground crews of us so we ensure the safety of all participants also we also have waivers everyone needs to sigh and then get checked by our medical team basically" Neo Trudgill: "Are there any regulatory or legal considerations you need to address for operating the "Microlight" plane for educational purposes? How do you plan to handle these aspects?" Melissa Briggs: "Well according to the United States aviation code, you do not need a pilot license to be able to fly a microlight. so by all means were going far and beyond to make sure we'll educate people. As I said each pilot will sign a waiver." Neo Trudgill: "What resources or support did you need to bring your project to fruition?" Melissa Briggs: "Well, I'll talk about both our projects if that alright. For both of our projects, we needed three things. We needed material, we needed supervision, and finally we needed a legal team. Materials in the legal team were covered by ULSA, microlight for example had to get its wing from a company. while the engine and chassis were made by students using recycled materials. for the training purposes, SAAA and Blaine Aviation were kind enough to help us with their facilities and their instructors." Neo Trudgill: "How do you plan to ensure the sustainability and long-term impact of your project? Are there any plans for continuation beyond the initial phase?" Melissa Briggs: "Oh surely, Ideally as i said we can use the microlight to do even more events, as i said, we'd like to help other folks like FD as volunteers. We want to keep our gorgeous SA safe. We also would like to build even more microlights, perhaps we can even build a sparrow. Or even a smaller microlight helicopter. We can even build a havoc as it is considered an Ultralight and there are kits we can use. Currently, we have three teams, we have builders who build the equipment, we have ground crew, who supports the pilots and builders and lastly our pilots, and we will have something to do with all these teams constantly. Here I'd like to mention that we are doing our best to keep our nature safe It was one of the reasons we wanted to use recycled materials. " Neo Trudgill: "So, you've had five projects in total. What are the names of all those projects?" Melissa Briggs: "Currently the other three projects needs to be talked with the team however essentially I really want to help students get their pilot licenses for this reason I have a fundraiser event around aviation in mind, and as I said we also want to get people in contact with the industry leaders. One of my dreams is to get in contact with people who work in the industry and start offering even more internships programs for students for that reason why we have our builders team, I want to host an event to showcase what we managed to build. Another project will be about hosting field trips and show our club members how airfields work whatever does, and how they can pursue to work at an airfield when the time comes." Neo Trudgill interviewing Melissa Briggs at the ULSA Campus' students lobby. The ULSA Aviation Club represents a pioneering initiative aimed at making aviation more accessible to students and inspiring a new generation of pilots. Under the leadership of Melissa Briggs and with the dedication of its members, the club is actively pursuing projects that offer affordable aviation options and practical training opportunities. As the club continues to grow and flourish, it has the potential to revolutionize the aviation industry, opening doors for aspiring pilots who dream of taking to the skies.
  3. Gintelis720

    Secret.

    Secret. Car enthusiasts, the gentlemen of the underground scene. Found in February 3rd of 2023 by Darius Kenson, Lewis Price, Dylan Fobres The club was formed to gather car enthusiasts across the state, car meets, events and occasional street races. All though, yes, the group gathers to street race, they strictly prioratise publics safety while doing so. Setting up road blocks across, and respecting other drivers on the road is the priority. Growing a community, developing our character stories and sharing it to everyone, to hopefully enjoy it just as much as we do.
  4. SIGN UP TODAY For all your poker needs Private games and Tournaments being hosted Register your interest today and join the club!
  5. The Kingdom is looking for Exotic Dancers for the club's grand opening. Come schedule an audition and show us what you got. Get in touch with us over [email protected], you can also give us a call at 78261712. Must be at least 18 years of age Must be reliable Must have a well-groomed appearance Must have a sense for fashion ((OOC information)) ((We're looking to portray a realistic strip club roleplaying environment for those who want to indulge. The RP is centered around a strip club smack-dab in the middle of a drug infested, gang ridden low income neighborhood. Choosing to RP with us means that you're expected to at least have common knowledge of how actual strip clubs work in the world today. Your character is expected to be depicted as someone who needs the money provided for stripping in which they feel as though any other avenue of work wouldn't be enough to substance their dreams, goals or lifestyle. Characters should present themselves as ordinary people with real life problems, dealing with poverty. Any assets your character possesses should reflect that as well. An example of this would be ridiculously expensive vehicles or the ability to purchase such things without a significant bulk of RP behind it.))
  6. 2 SPECTACULAR DJS: DJ DANO (Bootleg, Pop mix, Tech House) DJ DIOSA (Reggaeton, Dembow) In a new and superb location, welcoming and spacious, located in San Andreas Ave: ZODIAC CLUB. Consisting in three floors (Bar and comfort zone - Ground floor, Dancefloor - Second floor, Balcony and VIP area - Third Floor) that will surprise you about how spacious and comfortable they are, a VIP area that will stimulate your senses, with a private bar and special treatments. As you will enjoy our new magnificent location, you will listen to enticing rhythms and beats from our pair of DJs. For VIP reservations (Private bar with free drinks, private room right above the dancefloor, priority queue and special treatments) please contact: Thomas 4432 Jackeline 11411 Want to work as security, doorman, bartender? Text 4432 Starting at: 11/NOV/2021 22:00 Location: Zodiac Club (Formerly Tropicana Lounge)
  7. Introduction The Pink Sandwich was established in 1997 by Jennifer and Richard Longport and initially formed as a sandwich lounge that catered for citizens of Los Santos during the late nineties to early two thousands. It had a controversial Grand Opening due to various news scandals revolving around the quality of its ingredients and sandwich fillers which lead to both Jennifer and Richard declaring bankruptcy. The project was picked up by Terry Craggs in later years who had seen potential in the industry after a recent decline in fast food joints, specifically those that were able to produce handmade meals for business men and women within the upper-class area of Vinewood Boulevard, however, this was again a short-lived run due to financial difficulties. Today, The Pink Sandwich has been rebranded and reformed as not only a popular sandwich lounge, but also a nightclub by a couple of friends with expertise in both management and interior design. This article serves as an informative page where people are able to follow the success of the company and find out more about what it has to offer, hope you enjoy the journey and we look forward to sharing more! Daytime Menus Contact Us Email: [email protected] (( Forum PM @CrisisGG and @scarlyfox )) Social Page | Station
  8. 50p

    Michael Carrillo

    Michael Carrillo photographed with his ex-girlfriend, 2018
  9. Various posters and flyers can be found around the city held by staples, tape and adhesive.
  10. Experienced female pianist and singer without musical instruments or equipment is looking for work on a live stage or bar. Call #1543776 if interested.
  11. DEMONZ Two Swedish DJ's are now in Los Santos! Coming fresh from the clubbing scene in Scandinavia, these maniac siblings are here to cause trouble! Their speciality being Bass House, they grill up some nasty heat! They do gigs small or big, from parties to big clubs and festivals. DJ ONI (Lukas) and DJ DIABLO (Leif) are not here to play around. They seek blood, the devilish blood on the dance floor! Are you interested in these two total nutjobs? For hiring, comment below or use this mail. We're waiting, we're always waiting... (CURRENTLY ON HIATUS DUE TO OOC REASONS)
  12. PROUDLY SERVING SANDY SHORES AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES! LOCATION Located at the corner of Route 68 and Panorama Drive in Sandy Shores PROUDLY SERVING And more!
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