Way Better Late Than Never - Gubert's Fly Baby Biplane
“Why did I wait so long?” That’s what Kurt Gubert, EAA 441434, said on May 16, 2015, when he made the first flight of his eye-catching Fly Baby biplane, a project that began more than 35 years ago. Find the answer in EAA Sport Aviation January issue.
F-18 Pilots Return to Oshkosh
At AirVenture 2016, we were thrilled to welcome back a couple of Oshkosh natives who used to come as kids. This time, though, they weren't riding in the back of their parents' cars but showed up in slightly cooler rides.
Homebuilts at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016
The Homebuilts area is the place to go for the makers and doers at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Homebuilders from all over bring their aircraft to share the results of their hard work and dedication.
Tradition Restored - The Return of EAA's Prized P-64
For many years EAA founder Paul Poberezny flew aerobatic performances in this 1940 North American P-64 at air shows around the country. The airplane was retired to static display in 1988 but returned to the skies at AirVenture 2016.
Martian Invasion - Martin Mars Comes to Oshkosh
Of the seven massive Martin Mars flying boats built in 1942-43 as cargo and troop transports for the U.S. Navy, just one, the Hawaii Mars, still flies regularly and it came to #OSH16.
100 Years of Coast Guard Aviation Celebrated at AirVenture 2016
The United States Coast Guard watches over our waterways, while protecting freedom and saving lives. EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016 played host to one of the few official centennial celebrations of Coast Guard aviation.
Commemorations Celebrated at AirVenture 2016
Take a look back as we honored the Desert Storm 25th, WWI aviation, Coast Guard 100th, and Pearl Harbor 75th anniversaries.