XP-82 - Fate, Circumstance, & Necessity
The XP-82 Twin Mustang has been one of the most highly anticipated warbird restorations in recent memory. After 10 years of perseverance and more than 200,000 man-hours of work, Tom Reilly, EAA 802376, has this rare prototype close to flying again.
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Installing Clevis Pins
Brian Carpenter from Rainbow Aviation demonstrates the installation and discusses the uses for clevis pins.
Webinar- First Flight, No Fright: All About Discovery Flights and Introductory Lessons
The introductory lesson or discovery flight introduces people to the wonders of flight. Longtime CFI, Prof. H. Paul Shuch discusses what he does to make this a positive experience, and explains to potential students what they should expect.
Webinar- An IA's Dilemma
When performing an annual inspection, what should an IA do when they find something in the aircraft's maintenance records that conflicts with what the aircraft owner says? Maintenance expert and A&P/IA Mike Busch explores this issue.
Webinar- Temporary Flight Restrictions, Airspace, and ADS-B
John Townsley will discuss the more common TFRs that we may encounter on a cross-country flight. Including what pilots can do to avoid a violation, including some gotchas that have tripped up many pilots and the types of violations and enforcement.
Hammers for Aircraft Use
Brian Carpenter from Rainbow Aviation discusses different types of hammers commonly used for aircraft maintenance and repair.
Steven Hinton Speaks at EAA Museum
Steven Hinton, a seven-time national air racing champion and pilot of the world’s fastest propeller-driven, piston-powered aircraft, recently talked about his career at the EAA Aviation Museum as part of the Aviation Adventure Speaker Series.