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Wednesday
Nov282012

Video: The Amazing 'Mojave Air & Spaceport'... The Real Frontierland!


 This recent video shows some of the reasons why the Mojave Airport is a genuine Mecca for aerospace innovation and progress. It's like a real-world and modern day Frontierland! The combo of being literally in the middle of nowhere along with an airport management that understands how their cooperation is directly related to the success of the many companies based on the airport means that the Mojave Air & Spaceport creates the near-perfect environment for true innovation. The freedom from highly populated adjacent areas, and from the often ridiculous overly-restrictive rulemaking mindset allows for thinkers, big and small, to test their ideas here like no other place on Earth allows.


Mojave Airport has represented true American innovation at its very best!

 
 Mojave is a Wild-West full of modern cowboys (and cowgirls) that are truly inventing the future. I've said this before and I'll say it again... if life wasn't standing in my way, I'd be trekking west to Mojave to see how I could carve out my little piece of the future of aviation and aerospace! I'll add that my favorite line in the video comes from Dick Rutan (at 2:40) "Don't be afraid to fail... you learn more thru failure than you do thru success. Every single time."

 Rock on : )


MojaveAirport.com

 

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I'd be right there with you, Martt.

November 29, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterseerjfly

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