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.
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Twilight Flight Fest Returns to AirVenture
After a successful debut at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017 and an expanded sophomore lineup during AirVenture 2018, Twilight Flight Fest at the Fun Fly Zone will return for AirVenture 2019.
Webinar- Good Things to Know About ADS-B Installation
Dick Socash recently installed an ADS-B system in his experimental RV-7A. When buying an ADS-B system and installing it yourself, there is a feeling of being technically abandoned. Dick will share his experiences to help ease your concerns.
Sheet Metal Nibbler
Brian Carpenter from Rainbow Aviation demonstrates the use of a sheet metal nibbler.
Sporty's Aviation Tips: How to determine the wind direction for takeoff and landing
This video tip from Sporty's Pilot Shop appears in Sporty's Private Pilot Learn to Fly Course. Check out more information and free demo here: Sportys.com/LearnToFly
Webinar- Buying, Selling, Importing, and Exporting Homebuilt Aircraft and Projects
Tim Hoversten, EAA technical aviation specialist, will provide advice, share tips, and review the paperwork and rules for buying, selling, importing, and exporting experimental amateur-built aircraft and projects, including from Canada.
Timeless Voices - Ed Marquart
This interview with Edwin E. "Ed" Marquart (EAA #198) was recorded in February 2005. As a prominent designer during the early homebuilt aircraft movement, Ed was best known for his MA-5 Charger biplane design. He passed away on July 4, 2007.