Webinar- The Experimental Experience - Building, Flying and Maintaining
Whether you are already flying, currently building, seriously considering, or just curious about building an experimental airplane, RV-7A builder Dick Socash discusses his experiences answers many of the questions that come up.
Webinar- Chapter Chat: Tax Exempt Basics
This webinar will cover the basics of tax exempt status for EAA chapters. Patti Arthur, a tax attorney with many years of experience helping EAA chapters, will help you understand the basic rules of tax exempt and charitable status.
Webinar- Become A Better Chapter Leader - President/Vice-President
Chapters manager John Egan 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.
Webinar- Freestyle Aerobatics
IAC member Jim Bourke talks about his approach to freestyle aerobatic competition. He will provide tips for anyone aspiring to fly freestyle aerobatics. Additionally, he will break down and discuss the details of his award-winning freestyle routine.
Webinar- What TBO Really Means: Why I Bought a New Plane
Time between overhauls (TBO), which is usually used to infer the remaining lifetime of an aircraft engine, is simply a manufacturer’s recommendation. Prof. H. Paul Shuch explains why he was forced to sell off a perfectly good aircraft at 2000 hours.
Webinar- Making Metal Behave
The unique properties of metal are what makes it so useful for aircraft construction. Mike Busch explains the unique characteristic that sets metal apart from other materials, and discusses some of the ways that metal's properties can be manipulated.
Webinar- So, You Want to Build a Jet?
Lance Hooley discusses his Jet EZ project. Looking much like a Long EZ, his jet is different in many ways, most of which, it is powered by a jet engine. He tells the story of its design, building process and flying characteristics.