Chapter 406

Olympic Rainbirds

The Olympic Rainbirds EAA Chapter 406 meets the fourth Wednesday each month at Bremerton National Airport.

Our next meeting is scheduled for June 27th, at BACE. Come at 6:30 pm for a pot luck, plan on bringing a salad, side or dessert. Chapter 406 officers will be grilling burgers and dogs to celebrate successful building inspections. President Mike Friend will pick up our new Occupancy Permit on Tuesday, June 19th!  Our meeting will follow at 7 where we will learn more about happenings at the Port Townsend Aero Museum.   

At our  May 23rd meeting, Tacoma Narrows tower chief Bonnie Malgarini shared insights about TIW airspace management and best practices. All present now have a better understanding of why tower controllers do things the way they do, helping us to help them keep flight ops safe.

1989. Her first air traffic facility was in Lafayette, LA which is
a combined approach control and tower. She also
worked at Eugene, Boeing Field, and Renton before being
assigned to Tacoma Narrows. She is married with three
children and enjoys hiking.

 

tower chief Bonnie Malgarini, who started with the FAA in
1989. Her first air traffic facility was in Lafayette, LA which is
a combined approach control and tower. She also
worked at Eugene, Boeing Field, and Renton before being
assigned to Tacoma Narrows. She is married with three
children and enjoys hiking.

Bremerton Aviation Center of Education

Preparation of the Bremerton Aviation Center for Education (BACE) building has progressed to the point of obtaining all inspections required for an  occupancy permit. See  work completed and equipment donations our Facebook page. Thanks so much to the generous donors and workers getting BACE ready for future aviators, engineers, technicians and enthusiasts.

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