Needless deaths occur when airfield dust is not effectively dealt with, as highlighted by a recent MV22 Osprey crash at a U.S. Air Force Station in Hawaii.
Drone Airstrip Proposals Include Gravel Runways
The Yakima Army Training Center in Washington State is weighing several drone airstrip proposals, including some gravel runways.
How Berkeley County Can Prevent Damage to Their Watershed
As detailed in a recent report chronicling the sorry state of Berkeley County’s waterways, the people of West Virginia are learning the hard way about the negative effects of sediment runoff from gravel roads. Let’s take a look at which eco-friendly solutions they might employ to eliminate this problem.
Midwest Hires John Burnett to Run Gravel Runway Sales
Midwest is excited to announce that John Burnett has been named Business Manager for the company’s Gravel Runway and Village Roads Group.
Alaska’s Love for Gravel Runways Will Never Die
Due to its climate and the popularity of air travel, Alaska has more than its fair share of gravel runways, hosting 16 times the U.S. national average number of planes per capita.