Flight Ops In Zero Visibility

The Georgia fog is hovering over the airfield so heavily that nothing is flying, and you can’t even see the end of the parking lot.
FogDSC_8699.jpg
SAE Aero officials have been struggling to answer questions from dozens of pilots, while stalling to wait to the sun to burn through the pea soup. Micro class birds go first, followed by regular, then the big “open” class fliers.
Flight ops have been pushed back from 8 to 8:30, and now things are on “standby”. That gives teams time for last-minute repairs, adjustments, and prayers.
Crash photos as soon as we put together a decent library.