EAA AirVenture Oshkosh - Sunday
We officially close on another AirVenture. Thank you to all of the attendees, volunteers, exhibitors, and supporters that made #OSH18 amazing. We will see you next year!
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Webinar- Breaking Good
Mike Busch, A&P mechanic with inspection authorization discusses how to break in new engine cylinders. Just one, two, or after a top or major overhaul. Mike cuts thru conflicting information, and reviews the principles of how to do it right.
Webinar- Become a Better Chapter Leader - Presidents/Vice Presidents
Chapters Director Charlie Becker provides insights on the necessary tasks associated with the president and vice-president positions, as well as tips on chapter management and critical due dates for chapter-related events.
Finding The Spirit of Aviation in the Backcountry: High-Sierra Fly-In
Flying. Friendships. Backcountry. Bushplanes. Desert. Dust. Camaraderie. Camping. The love for aviation felt all over the dry lakebed at the ninth annual High Sierra Fly-In had quite the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh convention feel.
EAA Attic - Personal Preference Kits
Most of the space-flown items that Frank Borman generously donated to EAA in 2018 were special tools that he and the other Apollo 8 astronauts used in their mission to orbit the moon. A rare exception was the personal preference kits.
Adjusting Control Cable Tension
Brian Carpenter from Rainbow Aviation discusses checking the tension for aircraft control cables.
Draco - A Beast of a Bushplane
Eight days before AirVenture 2018, Mike Patey completed his latest project and flew it to Oshkosh. Draco stole the show and drew awestruck crowds. Draco began life as a PZL Wilga but has been heavily modified.