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Staying Connected in Remote Alaska

Whether Rod is flying around active volcanoes, navigating through icy mountain peaks, over thickly forested coastal areas or tundra, he is always connected...

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Jack Harter Helicopters: Helping Keep Hawaiian Waters Beautiful 

Jack Harter was drawn to Kauai’s combination of emerald valleys, jagged sea cliff coastlines, high peaks, and deep canyons nearly 60 years ago...

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Spidertracks Rewind 2019 : Adventures, Reflections, and Achievements

We reflect on the adventures undertaken on a local and global scale, our own history, and some of the great achievements completed by you!

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Flying Wildlife With Jim Wortham

For 23 years, Jim Wortham has been one of these wildlife biologist-pilots. He works on projects ranging from wildlife and specialised surveying to natural...

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A Story Of Survival In A Northern Wilderness

There are few places left in the world like the Northwest Territories. Stretching up past the arctic circle, it’s a province with a small population of 42,800.

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Spidertracks and the Silver Spitfire - Circumnavigating the Globe on a World-First Journey

The Spitfire is a UK treasure, and embodies not only a pinnacle in world-class aerospace engineering and design, but also commemorates a generation of aviators

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Taking to the Skies With Hillsboro Heli Academy

Hillsboro has a global presence, training pilots from all corners of the word, and have approximately 100 helicopter students...

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Product Update - November 2019

Latest Spidertracks platform updates for November 2019...

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