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.
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EAA's The Attic - World War II Era M1 Garand Rifle
While the official designation of this rifle was simply U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1, it became much better known as the M1 Garand, taking the name of its designer, John Garand.
Air Combat Command Demo Teams to Perform at AirVenture 2019
The F-35 Lightning II, A-10 Thunderbolt II, and F-22 Raptor demo teams will perform abbreviated demonstrations as part of the daily air shows during AirVenture, as well as participate in the Air Force Heritage Flight program.
Lakeland Aero Club
The Lakeland Aero Club takes high school students and gives them the powerful gift that is an introduction to aviation. Learn more and take a behind-the-scenes look at Lakeland with this uplifting video.
Webinar- Young Eagles New Online Registration Overview
Join Brian O’Lena from the EAA Young Eagles office and and EAA member and program developer Don White to learn how your EAA chapter can benefit from the new Young Eagles online registration system.
Volunteer with EAA Young Eagles
Interested in volunteering with the EAA Young Eagles program? Hear what some of our current volunteers have to say about their experience introducing the freedom of flight to young people.
Webinar- Building and Flying the Zenith CH-750: From Cruzer to Super Duty STOL
Learn about the design philosophy, building process and flight characteristics of these popular homebuilt aircraft from Sebastien Heintz, president of Zenith Aircraft Co.