Timeless Voices - Richard Greenhut
Richard Greenhut was commander of the Civil Air Patrol's Northeast Region on September 11, 2001. He was instrumental in leading the CAP's relief efforts after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
In General Aviation
A Visit to the American Helicopter Museum
“Cool! A flying banana!” That was the first thing we said as we drove up to the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
A Step Back in Time- MAAC Grassroots Fly-In
Every September, the Midwest Antique Airplane Club holds their private, invitation-only Grassroots fly-in, hosted by EAA Chapter 431, the “Cheeseland Chapter.”
Cessna’s 195 Businessliner turned 70 years old this year, and we joined the fly-in celebration at Stearman Field (1K1) in Benton, Kansas.
How Three High Schoolers Won EAA’s Founder’s Innovation Prize
The Founder’s Innovation Prize, sponsored by Airbus, seeks new solutions to prevent loss of control accidents. 2017’s winners proved a great idea can come from anyone, from any walk of life.
Sean D. Tucker: Aiming for 2 Million Young Eagles!
Young Eagles chairman Sean D. Tucker has started his air show season, and that means he’s flying Young Eagles at every stop. As EAA approaches the remarkable 2 million Young Eagles milestone this summer, Sean has a message for everyone: Get Involved!
There's Always a First - Cessna 172
The two most amazing facts about the Cessna 172 Skyhawk are, first, that it is still in production after 63 years. Second, and maybe more amazing, is that the first 172 produced is still alive and well.