History Lives with Warbirds at Airventure 2018
The Warbirds area is always one of the most popular places to visit during AirVenture. Take a look back at some of the ex-military heavy iron that made EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 one of the best yet.
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.
EAA's Attic - 16 mm Gun Sight Aiming Point Camera
In this month's episode of EAA Attic, we take a look at a gun sight aiming point (GSAP) camera, which was responsible for taking many of the images and film clips that we still have today from WWII aerial combat.
Sole Survivor - B-26K/A-26A Special Kay
One of the warbird highlights at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 was Special Kay, the only flying Douglas B-26K/A-26A Invader in the world. This twin-engine medium bomber/attack aircraft has been recently restored to its mid-’60s.
TCC Webinar - The North American Trainer Association
In the Q4 TCC webinar, the North American Trainer Association’s Larry Lumpkin and Bruce Mayes cove their type club business and membership practices, safety programs and other key efficacy items making them one of the strongest clubs today.
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.
Jack Roush - Warbirds of America 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee