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Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for “History of Air Navigation” by local pilot and aviation instructor Mike Sachse.

Mike will talk about the evolution of navigation in ... See more

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for “History of Air Navigation” by local pilot and aviation instructor Mike Sachse.

Mike will talk about the evolution of navigation in ... See more

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You can fly!

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for “History of Air Navigation” by local pilot and aviation instructor Mike Sachse this Saturday evening January 20 at 5 pm at the Jackson Public Library, located at 52 Main Street in Jackson, NH.

Mike will talk about the evolution of navigation in aviation, starting with the earliest flights in 1903. The fundamental characteristics of flight are very different from traveling on land or sea, so improvements in navigation methods and instruments were necessary for air travel to succeed. The trials and errors of early aviators as well as commercial and military needs drove the development of the aviation navigation in use today.

Mike received his Private Pilot License in 1972, and then went on to fly in the Air Force, MD Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve at Westover AFB. Mike took a break from flying for 28 years while his children were growing up. After retiring to Jackson, Mike began flying again. He currently instructs for Southern MaineAviation in Sanford ME.

This lecture is free and open to the public although a $5.00 donation is welcome to offset presenter expenses. For more information, please contact the Jackson Public Library at 603-383- 9731.

Closing at 5pm

We made it most of the day, but with the wind picking up we are closing at 5pm. Everyone step lively, keep warm, and we will see you tomorrow at 2pm!

Thursday 4 January is snowy

Library is OPEN for now!

I have had no fewer than 10 calls this morning to see if we are open and WE ARE… for now. When traffic tapers off, we will go home so if you need to use the Library, please do so asap so we can get home safe.

If you don’t need to, please don’t! I just watched a car go through our parking lot sideways. Remember that there … Read more