Webinar- Update on EAA/FAA Agreement on AirVenture ATC Charges
Jack Pelton, EAA Chairman of the Board, discusses the circumstances and background of FAA's charges for air traffic control services at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh® and the steps that led to the agreement between EAA and FAA.
Webinar- 164 Years of Glider Homebuilding and Future Glider Amateur Building
Murry Rozansky from the Experimental Soaring Association discusses the dedicated glider homebuilders who made and flew their experimental craft in the 19th century, which lead to the Wright brothers’ powered flight success in 1903.
Webinar- The Sky is the The Limit: Job Opportunities in Aviation
Seeking a career in aviation and wonder what job opportunities might be available? Love airplanes and see yourself working in the aviation world? Join Embry-Riddle’s Kyle Ludwick as he discusses the exciting job opportunities and how to land them.
Webinar- Flying and Maintaining the B-24 Diamond Lil
Commemorative Air Force’s Brad Pilgrim discusses the care and feeding of the world’s oldest flying B-24, Diamond Lil. Part of the CAF’s flying fleet since the late ’60s, Diamond Lil is well-known on the air show circuit.
Webinar- Where's My Flying Car?
Professor H. Paul Shuch traces the long history and engineering challenges of flying cars and multi-function aircraft.
Webinar- History of the B-17 Memphis Belle
EAA’s B-17 historian Chris Henry talks about the iconic B-17 Memphis Belle. This must-see presentation will cover not only the combat career of this famous bomber, but also what happened to it after the war, and how it got to where it is now.
Webinar- View From 85,000 Feet
Col. Richard Graham talks about flying an SR-71 Blackbird, the most secretive, highest-flying, and fastest plane in the world. He will bring his 15 years of SR-71 operational experience to life by presenting what it was like to fly an SR-71 mission.