EAA's Spirit of Aviation Week
While we can’t gather in Oshkosh, we can still share The Spirit of Aviation. EAA Spirit of Aviation Week on July 21-25 will celebrate the entire aviation community by showcasing the spectrum of flight in a virtual way. Share your favorite aviation ex
EAA SOLIDWORKS University: Pushrod Control Linkage Assemblies
This lesson from EAA’s SOLIDWORKS University (EAA.org/SWU) explores identifying and correcting static interference in assemblies, and collisions in moving mechanisms.
Finding The Spirit of Aviation in the Backcountry: High-Sierra Fly-In
Flying. Friendships. Backcountry. Bushplanes. Desert. Dust. Camaraderie. Camping. The love for aviation felt all over the dry lakebed at the ninth annual High Sierra Fly-In had quite the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh convention feel.
One Wonderful Week
Employees from Van’s Aircraft, volunteers, and AirVenture attendees came together to build an RV-12iS from start to finish within a week during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 as part of the second One Week Wonder project.
Getting Away - Javron Super Cub
Bill Rusk, EAA 350098, built his Javron Super Cub for a specific mission: Alaskan bush flying. Hear the story of the airplane and the mission from Bill himself, and get a look at the incredible scenic views he enjoys from his Javron Cub.
A Belite Built for Two
James Wiebe, EAA 859932, introduces Belite’s first two-seat airplane, the Chipper. It promises affordable STOL and cross-country flying from a kit that’s fast and easy to build. Read more about the Chipper in the January 2018 issue of Sport Aviation.
March 2016 Chapter Video Magazine
EAA's Charlie Becker discusses chapter gear, Chapter Leadership Academy, EAA IMC Clubs, and weekend work parties. Plus see a feature on skiplane flying.
January 2016 Chapter Video Magazine
Watch an update from Jack Pelton, EAA Chairman of the Board and CEO, plus see features on the Radial RV-8 and Homebuilt Spitfire.
February 2016 Chapter Video Magazine
EAA's Charlie Becker and Bret Steffen, Director of Education, gives an important update on the Youth Protection program, plus see features on the Douglas A-26 and Founders Innovation Prize.
Forming Aircraft Plywood
Timm Bogenhagen from the EAA staff demonstrates how thin aircraft plywood can be soaked in hot water, then formed. This can be useful for aircraft that use plywood for the leading edge of the wing.
Timeless Voices - Ray Stits
Ray Stits (1921-2015) is a legend in the homebuilt aircraft community. Designer of 15 airplanes, Ray was also the developer/founder of the Poly-Fiber aircraft coating process. In 1953, he joined EAA (#136 Lifetime) and founded EAA Chapter 1.
Timeless Voices - Carl Unger
Carl Unger (1931-2013) designed and constructed the iconic Breezy prototype in 1964 with fellow corporate pilots Charley Roloff and Bob Liposky. For over 40 years, Carl flew the Breezy to air shows and other events, giving thousands of free rides.