Celebrate Founder’s Day as EAA Turns 65 on January 26
From the first meeting back in 1953 through the move to Oshkosh all the way up to today, we’re celebrating EAA’s legacy and 65th birthday on Founder’s Day, Friday, January 26!
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Van's RV Fiberglass Techniques EAA SportAir Workshop
Van’s RVs and similar homebuilt aircraft are largely constructed by working with sheet metal, but there’s more involved, including fiberglass work. EAA’s Van’s RV Fiberglass Techniques SportAir Workshop class is the perfect solution.
Webinar- Where Fuel Meets Air
Spark-ignition reciprocating engines require that fuel be mixed with air in the proper proportion to support efficient combustion, a process known as "fuel metering." Maintenance expert Mike Busch discusses various methods of accomplishing this.
EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast Participating in Memphis Belle Rollout
EAA just recently kicked off its 2018 B-17 air tour, and will have Aluminum Overcast in Dayton, Ohio, on May 17-20 to participate in the opening of the Memphis Belle exhibit at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.
Webinar- Four Fundamentals of Flight - Breaking it Down to Basics
Avoid information overload by breaking flight down to the four most basic maneuvers. Prof. H. Paul Shuch explains if you can execute these four tasks (first individually and then in combination), you can fly.
Midwing Special - It Used to Be a What?
Believe it or not, this airplane used to be a Super Cub. Ben Anderson, EAA 1032615, bought the one-of-a-kind Midwing Special from air show pilot Ned Surratt about three years ago, and spent a couple of years restoring it before bringing it to #OSH17.
Webinar- What Will You Do for an Engine Failure on Takeoff?
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics and FAA Gold Seal instructor, discusses decision-making and planning for a possible engine failure on takeoff including the issues associated with the improbable turn back to the runway.