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Mission Aviation Ready to Assist Relief Effort
Earthquake in Haiti causes horrific devastation

In the aftermath of the magnitude-7.0 earthquake that struck the impoverished Caribbean nation of Haiti the night of January 12, officials there are in the process of assessing the utter devastation, especially the area of Port Au Prince. A massive relief effort will include the efforts of several mission aviation organizations that participated in the Fly For Life program at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh last year.

EAA member John Munsell, who lives in Port Au Prince and works as a missionary/humanitarian pilot for Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) communicated Wednesday morning with Gene Jordan at MAF headquarters in Nampa, Idaho. Munsell attended AirVenture 2009 and camped on the grounds at Oshkosh.

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Sport Aviation February 2010 Issue Photo Contest Top Ten! 
February’s EAA Sport Aviation Magazine photo contest had 120 images submitted, and we were able to narrow it down to our top 10 choices, featured in this photo gallery. We won’t tell you who the winner is - you’ll have to wait for the magazine to find that out - but we will tell you it’s one of the 10 in this gallery, presented in alphabetical order.
    

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News & Views from EAA January 15, 2010    Volume 10, Number 2
EAA ALERTS NATIONAL MEDIA OF GA'S VITAL ROLE IN HAITIAN RELIEF
As the scope of the damage and suffering from this week's earthquake became evident, the world's media raced to that nation to cover the stories and scenes in the aftermath. EAA has been alerting its national media connections about general aviation's important role in getting essential supplies to Haiti's citizens.

EAA's Dick Knapinski was in touch with contacts at major television networks and other outlets to alert them of GA's availability and immediate efforts to bring food, water, medicine and other needs. GA aircraft often use rural or backcountry airstrips that were not damaged as Haiti's main airport in Port-au-Prince was in the quake.

Representatives from CBS and ABC, among others, thanked EAA for their news tips and alerted their coverage teams in Haiti for possible coverage and use of GA aircraft in the continuing aftermath of the deadly tremor. It is an opportunity not only for general aviation to help alleviate the suffering of the Haitian people, but as another example of GA's unheralded good work around the world.

OWN A SUPERSONIC SOVIET FIGHTER
Be the first on your block to own a Su-27 ‘Flanker’
FlankerLet’s say you’re filming the next Top Gun, and you need an aircraft to represent the frontline fighters currently in use by potential adversaries. Or maybe you’re joining the space tourism industry, and you need a chase aircraft for your space vehicle test flights.

In either application you’ll need an aircraft that has exceptional maneuverability and speed as well as records for rate of climb and altitude. You need a Sukhoi Su-27, and there are two for sale. Read more

URBAN LAKE LANDING MAY PROVE COSTLY TO MINNESOTA PILOTS
Two Minnesota pilots found out Monday, January, that a typical wintertime flying activity is not allowed inside the Minneapolis city limits. On Monday, January 11, Hans Meyer, EAA 462629, of Burnsville, and Mike Doherty, of Le Sueur, took advantage of the sparkly, sunny day and landed their Aeronca Champs on frozen Lake Calhoun near downtown Minneapolis. Their destination was Burger Jones, an eatery across the street, for what they thought was a "$100 hamburger." Read more
EAA SKIPLANE FLY-IN ARRIVES JANUARY 23
Skiplane flyinEAA's annual Skiplane Fly-In is next Saturday, January 23, at Pioneer Airport in Oshkosh. Hundreds of aviation enthusiasts are expected for a day of hangar flying, a fabulous Wisconsin chili lunch and - if the weather and snow conditions cooperate - watching potentially dozens of skiplanes take-off and land from a groomed snow runway. It's also EAA matriarch Audrey Poberezny's birthday, so all are welcome to enjoy a piece of birthday cake and sing Happy Birthday to Audrey. As if that wasn't enough, we'll also celebrate the 57th anniversary of the very first Experimental Aircraft Association meeting, held January 24, 1953, at Wright Field (now Timmerman Airport) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Skiplane pilots wishing to fly into Pioneer must register and receive an arrival briefing by calling or e-mailing Sean Elliott (920-426-4886, selliott@eaa.org). So far Elliot says nearly 30 pilots have called in, "And more are rolling in." Wheeled planes can land at Wittman Regional Airport, then take the ground shuttle to Pioneer from Basler and Orion FBOs. Read more

POBEREZNY FLIGHT WITH PHOENIX PD REINFORCES GA'S VITAL ROLE
EAA’s role in aviation community bigger than ever

PobereznyOn a recent visit to Phoenix, Arizona, EAA President/Chairman Tom Poberezny had the opportunity to fly in one of the Phoenix Police Department Air Support Unit's AgustaWestland A119 helicopters during a routine night patrol. The experience, he said, reinforced the important role general aviation plays in our everyday lives. Poberezny rode with Officer Tim Matheny of the PPD, whose son, Tanner, worked at the EAA Air Academy last year on a Cliff Robertson Scholarship. Read more
EAA, WOA TO PRESENT 'SALUTE TO VETERANS' AT AIRVENTURE
Salute to VeteransAn extensive list of special programs and events honoring America's veterans will be part of highlights during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, this summer, July 26-August 1. AirVenture's "Salute to Veterans" is a national partnership led by EAA, the Warbirds of America, and the Disabled American Veterans (DAV). Activities will take place throughout the grounds during the week, with DAV playing a major role in the featured events, including the concluding concert by actor Gary Sinise's "Lt. Dan Band" on Friday evening, July 30. Read more
FIVE WWI REPLICA AIRCRAFT COMING TO AIRVENTURE OSHKOSH
WWI Replicas coming to AirVentureFive WWI Replica Aircraft Coming to AirVenture Oshkosh World War I replica fighters will take to the sky over Oshkosh during EAA AirVenture 2010, as the Vintage Aero Flying Museum (VAFM) in Hudson, Colorado, brings five of their magnificent airplanes to Oshkosh.

The Vintage Aero Flying Museum is home to one of the world's largest collections of World War I aviation memorabilia. It also maintains and flies three full-scale airplanes including a Fokker Dr.1 triplane, a Fokker D.VII, and a Fokker D.VIII, along with two 7/8-scale replica Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a aircraft. Plans are to bring them all to Oshkosh this summer. Read more

NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR TONY BINGELIS, SPIRIT OF FLIGHT AWARDS
Is there an extraordinary tech counselor in your chapter? Or a pilot whose accomplishments and dedication to aeronautics have "flown under the radar"? Perhaps they may be appropriate recipients for two annual awards presented annually at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, the Tony Bingelis Award and the Spirit of Flight award. Read more
RED LINE BRAKES TO BE RAFFLED FOR ALAN HENLEY FUNDRAISER
Alan Henley fundraiserAlan Henley, former leader of the famed Aeroshell T-6 Aerobatic Team, suffered severe injuries in a home accident over a year ago. Since the accident, Alan's teammates, including his brother Mark, Gene McNeely and Steve Gustafson have helped rally support for Alan. Read more
FAA ANNOUNCES SUPER BOWL XLIV FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
The FAA announced two-tiered airspace restrictions for Super Bowl XLIV, scheduled for February 7 at Dolphin Stadium in Miami, Florida. The following temporary flight restriction (TFR) will apply on game day from 4-11:59 p.m. local: Flight operations are prohibited from the surface up to but not including FL180 within a 10 nautical mile radius (NMR) of 255828N/0801419W or the FLL/VORTAC 218 degree radial at 7.6NM except for specified aircraft (see full advisory). Flight operations are prohibited at North Perry (KHWO). Read more
NEW NTSB REQUIREMENTS FOR REPORTING ACCIDENTS, INCIDENTS
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)’s final rule document published in the Federal Register modifies when a pilot must report an accident or incident to the NTSB in accordance with 49 CFR Part 830. This change, effective March 8, 2010, specifies the sort of accidents and incidents that must be reported immediately so it’s important that you become familiar with these requirements before flying on that date. Read more
LEARN TIG WELDING WITH EAA SPORTAIR WORKSHOPS
Sport AirThe next EAA SportAir TIG Welding Workshop is scheduled for the weekend of February 12-14 (Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday) at the Alexander Technical Center in Griffin, Georgia. Expert Lincoln Electric instructors teach the basics of Tungsten Inert Gas welding using Lincoln's state-of-the-art TIG welding equipment. "TIG welding is becoming the method of choice for homebuilt aircraft enthusiasts," EAA SportAir Workshops Coordinator Mark Forss comments. "The TIG welding process is easy to master and you can achieve high quality repeatable results using the Lincoln welding machines." Read more
STILL HAVE A PAPER PILOT CERTIFICATE?
Private pilot certificatePilots who still have not replaced their old paper pilot certificate should do so now or risk being unable to exercise their hard-earned privileges in the not-too-distant future. All paper pilot certificates will expire after March 31, 2010. FAR 61.19(h) reads: "Except for a temporary certificate issued under §61.17 or a student pilot certificate issued under paragraph (b) of this section, the holder of a paper pilot certificate issued under this part may not exercise the privileges of that certificate after March 31, 2010."

Click here to replace your airmen certificate. The FAA says to allow 4 to 6 weeks for mail processing and 7 to 10 days for online processing so don't delay!

TIME WINDING DOWN FOR E-LSA TRAINER OWNERS
Owners of E-LSA aircraft used for training, regardless if they are engaging in training operations or not, need to amend their aircraft’s airworthiness certificate by January 31, 2010, or it will expire and cannot be reissued. The process for allowing flight training to continue under an amended certificate has stalled within the FAA; however, owners should not wait for that situation to resolve before amending their airworthiness certificate. If the deadline is missed, the aircraft will never again be eligible for an airworthiness certificate. Read more
CONTROL TOWERS MAY SOON TELL PILOTS TO 'LINE UP AND WAIT'
Soon controllers may be issuing new instructions to pilots when they are given permission to taxi onto a runway before issuing a takeoff clearance if a new Air Traffic Control phraseology is adopted. The National Business Aircraft Association is reporting that recently an FAA Safety Risk Management Panel concluded that it is safe to replace the FAA phraseology, "position and hold," with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) phraseology, "line up and wait." The National Transportation Safety Board previously recommended that the FAA amend order 7110.65, requiring the use of standard ICAO phraseology for airport surface operations. The change, which is being coordinated within the FAA, requires an extensive awareness campaign to ensure pilots and controllers are informed. If approved later this month, the changes could be implemented by June 2010.
PIPER MAY ACQUIRE MAKER OF SPORTCRUISER S-LSA
Piper Aircraft may soon enter the light-sport aircraft (LSA) market if various media reports and chatter on Internet message boards are true. FlightGlobal.com was the first to relay reports from a Czech business daily newspaper that reported Piper had signed a $30 million deal to acquire Czech Aircraft Works, which makes the SportCruiser S-LSA. Piper's possible move to acquire the bankrupt aircraft maker would be in line with the new direction Piper signaled last May when it was acquired by the Singapore-based investment firm Imprimus. Read more
ANNOUNCING EAA'S NEW MEGAMALL AND DEAL OF THE WEEK WITH GREAT DISCOUNTS FOR MEMBERS!
We’re excited to offer EAA Members an exclusive shopping destination: the EAA MegaMall, where you’ll receive members-only discounts on new products and services from the general aviation marketplace and our own EAA merchandise. Each week we’ll feature a selected product as our <b>Deal of the Week</b> discounted just for EAA Members. Plus - we’ll feature other discounts and rebates on other products aviators need. Enjoy your shopping!

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Martt Clupper of AirPigz.com shared a video of his flight on Concorde at AirVenture in 1988, which, in and of itself is a great contribution to the discussions at Oshkosh365. Further down in the thread, however, he posted a link to a page on his own site that pays a heartfelt tribute to his late father Robert's (EAA#1146!) flying career. That story is well worth reading for anyone interested in aviation.

AeroInnovations

If you have a suggestions and/or submission for EAA’s weekly AeroInnovations column, please send to AeroInnovations editor Bob Waldron at aeroinnovations@eaa.org.

MedEvac Aircraft for Urban Tight Spots
MedEvac Aircraft for Urban Tight Spots First-phase flight-testing was recently completed for the AirMule, a VTOL MedEvac vehicle capable of autonomous control designed for urban locations where traditional rotorcraft and fixed wing aircraft are unable to operate. Flight power is provided by a Turbomeca Arriel1 730 hp turboshaft engine, and 460 channels of telemetry provide real-time data from the aircraft to ground personnel.
Withstanding a Hypersonic Heat Wave
Withstanding a Hypersonic Heat Wave Supersonic and hypersonic flight generates extreme heat in the earth's atmosphere. Australian researchers are developing and testing new materials and aircraft applications that can deal with flying conditions capable of generating up to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit. 
DARPA Wants a Transformer Flying Car
DARPA Wants a Transformer Flying Car The Transformer program's objective is to develop a Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) vehicle for up to four people that can fly and drive on light off-road or on prepared surfaces. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently held a meeting for individuals and organizations interested in working on this battle vehicle to carry out tactically relevant missions on a single tank of fuel. 
Affordable Collision Avoidance For Private Pilots
Affordable Collision Avoidance For Private Pilots National Air Traffic Services (NATS) in the UK is working with Airbox Aerospace Ltd to develop an affordable collision-prevention device for general aviation. The AWARE unit will monitor the aircraft location and compare it to a comprehensive database of controlled airspace and tall obstacles, issuing a warning when a potential collision is detected.
85-Volt Canard Sailplane
85-Volt Canard Sailplane DESiE is a canard sailplane built to carry two people using an electric propulsion system. Wolfgang Liehmann of Germany has been designing and building this futuristic aircraft for 13 years, with its first flight targeted in another three years. Design specs for the DESiE include an aspect ratio of 25:1, an empty weight of 345 kg, and a climb rate of 1.6 meters per second with a 27 hp propulsion system. 
AeroInnovations aims to highlight developments that have potential to impact the future of aviation.  EAA does not necessarily endorse the ideas, products, services or views contained therein.

INSURANCE BASICS - "SUBROGATION"
By Bob Mackey, representative for the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan,
Administered by Falcon Insurance Agency

EAA Aircraft InsuranceHave you ever been in a car accident when you were not at fault? Do you know what happens after your insurance company(s) make any payments for your injuries, injuries to others, property damage, or damage to your car? Well the definitions shown above should give you a little clue. Insurance companies will definitely endeavor to recover any monies they pay on your behalf as a result of the insurance policy they have issued to you. Read more
HOMEBUILDING HINT OF THE WEEK: 
Hints for HomebuildersPowder coating is used extensively in the homebuilt aircraft industry. John Monnett shows how to easily remove powder coating from a bearing surface. John is the founder of Sonex Aircraft, is an aircraft designer & builder and is an inductee in the EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame. Watch the video.
EAA 'TIMELESS VOICE OF THE WEEK': T.R. SWARTZ
T.R. SwartzT.R. Swartz enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1954. Initially assigned to submarines, he qualified for the Naval Aviation Cadet Program and was accepted into flight training. Upon commission as a Naval Aviator in 1957, Swartz would serve with Fighter Squadrons VF-41 and VF-174, and as Wing Landing Signal Officer for Air Wing 3 over the course of the next nine years. In 1966 he switched to Attack and was trained in the A-4 Skyhawk. On May 1, 1967, while serving with Attack Squadron VA-76 aboard the aircraft carrier USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) in the Gulf of Tonkin, Swartz shot down a MIG-17 with an unguided ZUNI rocket. He was credited with the only air-to-air kill by a Skyhawk during the Vietnam War and was awarded the Silver Star. Watch the video.
EAA MEMBERS SAVE ON SHEET METAL COMBO!
EAA MerchandiseOwn the EAA Sheet Metal Building Basics book and Hints for Homebuilders Sheet Metal, Vol. 1 DVD for just $28.95. But hurry, this combo price is only good through January 31, 2010. You’ll get our most popular segments from Hints for Homebuilders featuring 2 hours of detailed instructions and time-saving shortcuts such as Sheet Metal Tools 101, Drilling Sheet Metal, Rivets 101, and much more. And - the Sheet Metal Building Basics book covers the fundamentals that everyone starting a sheet metal project should know, along with advanced material on stress and fatigue. Order online here or call toll-free 800-564-6322.
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WHERE ARE YOU FLYING THIS WEEKEND?
EAA Calendar of EventsEAA Chapter 190 Fly in Breakfast and Technical Session - Moontown Airport, Huntsville, Alabama
Join Chapter 190 from 7-10 a.m. on Saturday, January 16, for a fly-in breakfast and discussion on technical topics and flight instruction. For more information visit www.aerovents.com/eaa190 or contact Joseph Baldauf, 256-665-4629.

EAA Chapter 50/Mather's Chili Skiplane Fly-In, Mather Airport, Sandusky, Ohio
On Saturday, January 16, from 1-4:30 p.m. join EAA Chapter 50 for its 10th annual event. The chapter supplies the chili, burgers, and dogs, while attendees are asked to please bring a covered dish. The public is welcome! For more info, visit http://EAA50.org or call Ben Gleason at 419-239-8292.

To learn more about calendar events, or to find/submit others, visit www.EAAcalendar.org.

 
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Question of the Week
For EAA Information Services

In the December magazine it stated that "anyone holding a student pilot certificate for the purpose of sport pilot training may extend the expiration date of that certificate to 60 months from the date of issuance. The existing student certificate does not need to be revised…" Does this mean I need to do nothing to extend it other than to keep in mind it is good for 60 months, or do I need to take some action?

Answer: There is no action required by you to extend your sport pilot student pilot certificate. Just calculate the 60 months from the date of issuance and remember that it expires on the last day of the 60th month.

Have a question?
To ask a question regarding government issues, e-mail govt@eaa.org. For questions about registration, airmen, aircraft and medical certification, safety records, performance, or any other matter, e-mail infoserv@eaa.org.

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The site of an Aeronca 7AC on skis is a reminder to mark your calendars - for the annual EAA Skiplane Fly-In, scheduled this year on Saturday, January 23. This traditional winter event actually brings EAAers together for three reasons: the fly-in, the celebration of EAA’s founding; and Audrey Poberezny’s birthday.

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On the Flightline - General Aviation News
FIRST CUSTOMER DELIVERY OF LEGEND AMPHIBCUB
American Legend Aircraft Company has made its first customer delivery of a Legend AmphibCub-an amphibious float-equipped Legend Cub certified as a light-sport aircraft. The AmphibCub was completed and delivered to Dick Parsons in South Florida, a retired airline pilot and longtime Legend Cub fan. The new AmphibCub by American Legend is based on a J3-style version of the Legend Cub. It is configured with amphibious aluminum floats from supplier Baumann Floats of New Richmond, Wisconsin. Learn more at www.Legend.aero.

ZENAIR SHIPS FIRST AMPHIBIOUS FLOAT KITS
Less than a year after announcing it would be returning its float production to North America, Zenair Ltd has begun deliveries of its lightweight, all-aluminum floats. Design upgrades and production tooling took place in the fall of 2009, including the preparation of new assembly drawings for floats sold as kits. Manufacturing of the amphibious floats started in November, with the first ready-to-assemble kit delivered in December. In early January 2010, Zenair delivered its first complete set of amphibious floats. For more information, visit the Zenair website at www.Zenair.com or call 705-526-2871.

COMBS LOGS 100 HOURS OF FLIGHT IN 'HOPE ONE'
On Saturday, January 9, Michael Combs broke into the three digit realm of pilot hours as he flew from Denton, Texas, to Amarillo while enroute to Colorado to practice high altitude flying. Michael is the pilot of "The Flight for the Human Spirit" in which he will fly into all 50 states in a Remos light-sport aircraft named, "Hope One." Michael's journey, set to begin on April 4, 2010, will take him over 19,400 statute miles and should be accomplished in less than three months. His goal is to reach out to people to encourage them to follow their dreams. For more information, visit www.FlightHS.com.

NEW YORK CITY TO HOST 5TH 2010 RED BULL RACE
The fifth race of the 2010 Red Bull Air Race World Championship season will be held in partnership with NYC & Company, Jersey City, New Jersey, and Liberty State Park, over the Hudson River on June 19-20. In the Red Bull Air Race, 15 of the world's best pilots race individually against the clock for the fastest time through an aerial race track made up of inflatable air gates. This year marks the sixth year of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship. Visit www.RedBullAirRace.com to learn more.

PROGRESS CONTINUES ON WIPAIRE QUEST KODIAK FLOATS
Wipaire is making steady progress on certification of its Wipline model 7000 float, designed for the Quest Kodiak. The float structure received an FAA Technical Standard Order (TSO) authorization, in early December. With the FAA's approval of the structure and design confirmed, Wipaire is turning its full attention to the remainder of flight testing, and expects full approval of the installation in the first quarter of 2010. Learn more at www.Wipaire.com.

MV-22 OSPREY AT COLORADO SPORT INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW
Colorado Sport Aviation, Inc. (CSA) will feature the Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey among the aircraft on display at its annual air show and fly-in. The Colorado Sport International Air Show and Rocky Mountain Regional Fly-In will be held August 28-29, 2010, at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield, Colorado. Also new for 2010, Team Chaos will perform its aerobatics and jet-powered truck routine. Learn more at www.CoSportAviation.org and www.RMRFI.org.

FLIGHT DESIGN LINKS UP WITH PILOT JOURNEY
Over the last year, Flight Design USA has enlisted a growing roster of schools to its Flight Design Pilot Center program. In order to supply those flight schools with quality leads for student pilots, Flight Design USA has partnered with Pilot Journey, a website catering to those seeking a place to obtain flight training. "Flight Design has a large number of aircraft flying in the United States," said Gary Bradshaw, founder and publisher of Pilot Journey. "Many of those aircraft are at a Flight Design Pilot Center and we look forward to putting new students in those aircraft and helping those flight schools grow." Learn more at www.PilotJourney.com.

SPORTY'S 2010 GROUND SCHOOL SCHEDULE
Sporty's is hosting a series of weekend private pilot and instrument training ground schools at its headquarters at Clermont County Airport (I69) near Cincinnati, Ohio. For 2010, the Private Pilot Ground School will take place on the following weekends: March 12-14; April 16-18; May 21-23; July 16-18; September 10-12. The class costs $130 and will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, and from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Sporty's Complete Flight Training Course ($199) is required.

Sporty's Instrument Rating Ground School will take place on the following weekends: March 26-28; May 7-9; August 20-22. Course material required is Sporty's Instrument Rating Course ($249), along with a $150 course fee.To register, call 513-735-9500, e-mail Fly@SportysAcademy.com, or register online at www.SportysAcademy.com.

AIRGUIDE PUBLICATIONS OFFERS NEW YEARS SPECIAL
Customers can take advantage of a special offer from AirGuide Publications: purchase Flight Guide Online during January to get 3 months on your membership for free. Features include updated airport data and diagrams, airspace graphics, fuel prices, and information on food and recreation near airports. Learn more at www.FlightGuide.com.

  
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