— Rich (@RichardHarmon23) October 9, 2018 hopefully the pilot turned left and right some and didn’t just fly straight ahead every play. that would be a huge waste of a generational fighter jet.— Seth (@Settthhhhhh) October 10, 2018 RB @DavidJohnson31 will be flying in an F-16 today at @LukeAFB. Follow on IG Stories (azcardinals) & Snapchat (SnapAZCardinals) pic.twitter.com/MF9doEHEOL— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) October 9, 2018Johnson capped the 10-second video by telling Cardinals fans to “Pray for me.”Related LinksKeim: Cardinals fans should ‘tread lightly’ when it comes to trade rumorsRB David Johnson is still the foundation of the Cardinals’ offenseCardinals feed off high standards for DE Chandler JonesWhether he wants fans to pray for his safety or pray that he gets more than four targets this week against Minnesota is unclear, but his schooling payed off when he took flight on Tuesday.He took flight with members of the 56th Fighter Wing, which is currently the Air Force’s only active-duty F-16 training wing. According to the Luke Air Force base website, the 56th Fighter Wing is responsible for the graduation of more than 400 pilots and 300 air control professionals each year.A slideshow picturing Johnson’s time on the base is available on the Cardinals’ website.As usual, social media had a field day with Johnson’s first experience as a pilot. Top Stories At least our Air Force is utilizing our all pro running back 🤷♂️ Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Gonna be a rush.*see what I did there?*— C Alan Payne (@CAlanPayne1) October 9, 2018 Live look in at Arizona’s offense… pic.twitter.com/tkn1ZIgrgq— Meat Popsicle (@Hotdog_Phingers) October 10, 2018 Gonna be just like running sprints on the football field. (I mean,…it’s not like @DavidJohnson31 hasn’t broken the sound barrier before! Dude JOGS at Mach 3!) 😂— Mooseman21 (@Moosemanzata) October 10, 2018 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments Share It’s often been thrown around that the sky’s the limit for Cardinals running back David Johnson, but that may not be the case anymore.Earlier this week, Johnson visited the Luke Air Force Base in Litchfield Park, Ariz. to co-pilot an F-16 Fighter Jet. Yes, you read that correctly.The Arizona Cardinals’ official Twitter account posted a video taken by Johnson during his flight school training at the base. Last time I checked, phones aren’t allowed in school but I guess you can do what you want when you’re one of the top running backs in the world. (Twitter photo | @AZCardinals) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
November 16, 2011Cliff Hersted, sculptor and foundry staff member responsible for Special Assemblies at Arcosanti, is working on a new line of ‘Geospheres’. Here is one of the bronze assemblies waiting for a bell … New Cosanti Foundation President Jeff Stein and behind Paolo Soleri is workshop participant Kyla Woods who worked with Cliff on this assembly. Cliff Hersted is reviewing another new ‘Geosphere’ design with Paolo Soleri, this one with large pieces of brass tubing. … and with a #118 bronze bell attached.
16Mar Rep. Canfield announces March office hours State Rep. Edward Canfield, R-Sebewaing, invites residents of the 84th House District to join him March 23 for office hours.“My favorite part of this job are the people I represent and getting to meet with them personally is the best way to ensure I represent them well in Lansing,” Rep. Canfield said. “I urge residents with questions and concerns about state government to please join me.”The event will take place on Monday, March 23, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Peppermill Restaurant at 685 N. Port Crescent St. in Bad Axe.Anyone unable to attend is encouraged to contact Rep. Canfield’s office by phone at 517-373-0476, or by email at EdwardCanfield@house.mi.gov. Categories: Canfield News
State Rep. Beau LaFave, of Iron Mountain, today announced the creation of a special website to keep people informed about the House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates and give Michigan drivers a chance to get their voices heard.The committee today launched www.ReduceMiRatesNow.com, allowing anyone to easily offer input that could help shape future legislation.“This is a great opportunity for residents in the Upper Peninsula to tell their personal stories and help their voice be heard when it comes to lowering car insurance rates for every driver across the state,” said LaFave, who serves on the committee. “If we are going to craft a solution that better serves the interests of Michigan families, it only makes sense to hear from the very people being affected by the highest average car insurance premiums in the nation.”The committee website will include a news tab allowing residents to keep up to date with developments and committee meeting schedules. Ideas submitted by Michigan drivers concerning legislation will go directly to the committee, assuring every submission will be considered.“Please share your stories,” LaFave said. “This helps ensure everyone has a seat at the table, and provides much-needed transparency and accountability to the process. As I’ve toured the district for the past three years, I’ve heard time and time again that this is the number one priority residents want remedied. I want a solution and have been fighting an uphill battle to get one across the finish line. Now is your time to join the fight.”LaFave also encourages residents to “like” the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ReduceMiRatesNow/ to follow the latest news regarding the committee. Lawmaker announces new committee website providing latest news, meeting times and public interaction Categories: LaFave News 21Feb LaFave: U.P. residents encouraged to be part of the no-fault solution