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This profile was last updated on 5/8/12  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Employment History

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Instructor Schedule
www.ocsoaring.org, 8 May 2012 [cached]
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News 2007
www.ocsoaring.org, 2 Mar 2007 [cached]
Mary Rust Honored by SSA Congratuations! Mary Rust, OCSA's Chief Flight Instructor, has been awarded the Soaring Society of America's Region 12 award for "Most Active Instructor" for giving out the most ABC badges during 2007. This is quite an achievement as the award counts both commercial and club instructors. Mary has always been "tops" with OCSA, it's now great to see her efforts recognized by the SSA, our national organization.
Club Officers
www.ocsoaring.org, 19 Oct 2006 [cached]
Mary RustChief Flight Instructor
News
www.ocsoaring.org, 18 Sept 2008 [cached]
Mary Rust Honored by SSA Congratuations! Mary Rust, OCSA's Chief Flight Instructor, has been awarded the Soaring Society of America's Region 12 award for "Most Active Instructor" for giving out the most ABC badges during 2007. This is quite an achievement as the award counts both commercial and club instructors. Mary has always been "tops" with OCSA, it's now great to see her efforts recognized by the SSA, our national organization.
Flight Log: Soaring in Hemet, CA - Apr 2006
flightlog.seven-alpha.com, 1 April 2006 [cached]
The Orange County Soaring Association has an excellent website, and I found out that the duty instructor for our planned weekend was Mary Rust, the chief instructor for OCSA.Although the club was scheduled to have many of their aircraft and pilots at a club excursion to Coyote Dry Lake, Mary e-mailed that she and the Grob 103 were staying at Hemet for instruction.
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We met Mary Rust and couple of OCSA club members.Mary briefed all of us on local operations and club procedures, and we helped with Grob 103 launches.Mary and her students flew about five pattern flights for practice, and then David and I helped one of the "students" (David Watts, a fellow AF Academy grad - Class of '70), make his first club solo in the Grob 103.
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After the club students had their fill, Mary said it was our turn.Since David hadn't flown in over a year, he and Mary had a good cockpit orientation, but then they smoothly got airborne into a sky filling with cu's!The tow looked great, and after release they quickly climbed under the flat-bottomed cumulus and headed out on a local tour.After nearly an hour, I watched the Grob return with a nice approach and touchdown in the Hemet glider landing area.David had a big grin on his face, especially after Mary complimented him on his flying skills and coordination, even after the long layoff.
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Mary and I strapped in, and I had a smooth tow behind the towplane from Sailplane Enterprises, the Hemet FBO.As we approached 3000' AGL (4500' MSL) and some decent cu's, I hit some good lift and released into a nice thermal that took us right to 5500' and on our way.
Mary Rust began describing the local area and normal lift generators, and I was able to easily center some nice 6-7 knot lift and climb to near cloudbase at 6300'.I started cruising south under a beautiful cloudstreet, where we toured the impressive reservoir at Diamond Valley Lake.The lift was hard to miss, and we stayed in a band from 5-6000' as we first headed southwest toward Elsinore, and then cruised easily under clouds all around the Hemet area, finally circumventing Diamond Valley Lake for views from the foothills southeast of Hemet.After some enjoyable wingovers and lazy 8's, we played tag with a 2-33 descending into the pattern, and made a nice landing and rollout to the cone at the Hemet glider landing strip.Although we only flew for 1.3 hours, I got a great orientation to the local area, and felt comfortable for any future visits to Hemet.
Thanks, Mary - I think you have a potential new club member in David, after your gracious orientation flights!
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