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Wind Tunnel Testing

Since the earliest days of flight, designers like the Wright brothers have used wind tunnels to replicate the actions of an object flying through the air. This month I take a trip back to the start of my career to remember aerodynamic testing at The Boeing Company. Read More…

We welcome Bob Said as an Honorary Lifetime Member

It has been my great pleasure to get to know many of the extraordinary aviators we have as members of EAA Chapter 1373. This month I profile Bob Said, our newest Honorary Lifetime Member. Be sure to meet Bob at our annual Awards Banquet on February 1st. Read More…

Another year "flies" by

Pun intended. As we wrap up 2019, we can certainly look back through the year with a smile. Read More…

What if?

Tomorrow (November 11th) is Veteran's Day, a federal holiday for honoring persons who have served in the United States Armed Forces. The occasion reminded me of this story about the veteran who previously owned my Cessna 182. Read More…

Tired of ADS-B? Then skip this post!

Maybe you've already decided to skip the whole ADS-B thing. Or maybe you're just sick of hearing about it. If so, just move along. But if you've been using a portable ADS-B In receiver and are continually confused about why you're not seeing traffic, read on! Read More…

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