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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.
Who's Ready For #OSH19?!
The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration is only five months away and we can hardly wait! Purchase your tickets for AirVenture at EAA.org/Tickets #50inOSH
Webinar- Fly the Easy Way
Why are you working so hard to fly your airplane? FAA designated pilot examiner Larry Bothe will share 21 tips and tricks you can do to make your flying easier, safer, cheaper, and a whole lot more enjoyable.
Webinar- What Does "Airworthy" Mean?
Mechanics often joke that there is no such thing as an "airworthy" aircraft, because it's always possible to find something wrong if you look hard enough. Mike Busch explores the real-world meaning of "airworthy."
Homebuilts at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016
The Homebuilts area is the place to go for the makers and doers at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Homebuilders from all over bring their aircraft to share the results of their hard work and dedication.
Webinar- Understanding the Additional Pilot Program
Homebuilder and former astronaut Charlie Precourt and EAA Government Advocacy Specialist Tom Charpentier discuss the Additional Pilot Program, a new initiative that will bring safety and flexibility to homebuilders during Phase I flight testing.
Webinar- TBOs and Other Maintenance Intervals
Maintenance guru Mike Busch discusses manufacturer-specified TBOs (Time Between Overhaul), replacement times and inspection intervals. Are they required by regulation? If not, should we comply with them voluntarily?
Five Questions with Sean D Tucker
It would be hard to imagine an AirVenture without Sean D. Tucker and his spectacular air show act. Sean is almost constantly in motion but stopped long enough to answer Five Questions for EAA's John Nicholson.
Volunteers Hard at Work
Look who we found volunteering for AirVenture 2011. Over 5,000 volunteers come each year to help get the site ready for the big show. If you want to volunteer during your visit, stop by the volunteer booth to find a job. You'll have a blast!
Troubleshooting Engine Problems
Presenter, Mike Busch, Savvy Aviator, Inc. offers tips & techniques for troubleshooting common engine problems, including hard starting, poor mag checks, rough running or missing, high CHT, high oil temperature, and poor performance.
Timeless Voices - Robert Harder
Robert Harder served as a B-52D navigator-bombardier with the 306th Bomb Wing. He flew 145 combat missions during the Vietnam War as part of Operation Arc Light between 1968 and 1970.
Saturday July 24, 2010 AirVenture Update
The sun breaks through two days ahead of AirVenture 2010 after a lot of rain. EAA’s John Nicholson has an update that shows the preparation includes hard work, optimism and a sense of humor
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