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For the second time in three years, the CV-22 "Osprey" - one of the most unique aircraft flown by the U.S. military - is scheduled to appear at EAA AirVenture. It’s scheduled to arrive on Friday, July 30, and depart on Sunday, August 1.
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Navajo Teen Flies Over Flight Training Barriers

Tyler Allen
Among the teenagers attending the EAA Air Academy this week is a young man whose growing passion for aviation is being facilitated by several people pulling for him to succeed.

Tyler Allen, 15, is from Window Rock, Arizona, the capital of the Navajo Indian Reservation. The local airport lacks a flight school - and the closest one is 30 miles away in Gallup, New Mexico. Tyler met Adriel Heisey, the Navajo nation's director of flight transportation, at a career fair last year and ever since Heisey and others, including fellow pilot/EAA member Greg Brown, have been mentoring the young would-be pilot. With the considerable cultural and financial barriers, it would be very difficult for Tyler to take up to flight training on his own. Read the story

The James Bond of Gyrocopters
Kenneth Wallis of Norfolk, England, is not your typical pensioner. At 94, he is working to break the gyrocopter speed record - the one he set in 2002 at 121.9 mph. The World War II Royal Air Force pilot has set more than 34 world records and built close to 20 aircraft, including Little Nellie, featured in the James Bond movie, You Only Live Twice. In this video Wallis shows what he has learned in 51 years of building autogyros. Read more

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 Hints for Homebuilders: Uses for Chalk in your Workshop
 Webinar: First Flight in Your Homebuilt

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News & Views from EAA JULY 2, 2010   Volume 10,  Number 26
STAKEHOLDERS CALL FOR FAA-LED PROCESS ON AVGAS REPLACEMENT
A coalition of industry groups are calling on the FAA to establish and lead a public-private partnership for finding an unleaded replacement for 100LL or avgas. Fuels research has been underway for years to develop a "drop-in" replacement for the 100 octane leaded avgas, but to date no such fuel has been proven to fully satisfy the needs of the existing fleet of aircraft. Read more
SENATE CONFIRMS PISTOLE TO HEAD TSA
John PistoleAfter an 18-month effort, the Senate has confirmed President Obama’s nominee, John Pistole, to lead the Transportation Security Administration. Pistole was the third nominee sent to Capitol Hill, leaving the agency mostly in the lurch as it dealt with several real threats like the failed bombing of an inbound airliner from overseas last year. Read more
FIFI TO FLY AGAIN NEXT WEEK
FIFIPending receipt of its airworthiness certificate, the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) plans to make the first flight in four years of its B-29 Superfortress, FIFI, sometime next week from its Midland, Texas headquarters located at the Midland International Airport. The flight was announced to take place this week but had to be postponed due to a scheduling conflict with the FAA. Read more
EXHIBIT LETS PATRONS GET NOSE TO NOSE WITH HARRIER
Harrier The world's only civilian-owned Harrier jet will be seen at AirVenture this month, but across the Atlantic Ocean another Harrier is getting a lot of attention. At London's Tate Museum, artist Fiona Banner has created an exhibit entitled Harrier and Jaguar which displays two aircraft in a unique way. The Sepecat Jaguar XZ118, one of the first Anglo-French military aircrart collaborations is displayed with its paint completely stripped which affords a literal mirror finish to car. The Harrier fills the room because it's suspended vertically from the ceiling in a vertical nose-down position. There is just enough room to lay prone beneath the jumpjet's nose and see what it is like to be face-to-face with the business end of this levitating fighter. Read more on Oshkosh365
YET ANOTHER FAA FUNDING EXTENSION COMING
Just when it seemed negotiators were ready to break the four-year FAA budget reauthorization deadlock, it appears that more time is needed. The FAA has been operating on short-term continuation bills instead of annual budgets since 2006, and the latest stopgap passed in March is set to expire on Friday, July 2. The House passed a 30-day continuation bill earlier this week and the Senate is expected to follow before the July 4 recess. Among the contentious issues remaining is an amendment to change labor laws allowing FedEx ground operations employees to unionize locally instead of nationally, putting that company on equal footing with UPS.
SOLAR IMPULSE NIGHT FLIGHT PUT ON HOLD
Solar ImpulseSolar Impulse has postponed its attempt to be the first solar powered aircraft to fly day and night due to a telemetry transmitter failure. On the morning of July 1, mission team Brian Jones reported on the solar impulse website that a failure in the system occurred overnight and a replacement part was being delivered. Later in the day, he wrote that the repair attempts were unsuccessful and they were in touch with the manufacturer, although it was likely that they would likely need to replace the entire transmitter. It is not clear how long the delay will be but Jones said it would be at least a few days. "We understand that this will upset the plans of quite a lot of people, for which we are truly sorry," Jones wrote, adding that with projects such as this, delays are "not simply likely, but inevitable."
OLIVERS TO RECEIVE 2010 BILL BARBER AWARD FOR SHOWMANSHIP
The OliversWorld Airshow News has announced that Steve Oliver and Suzanne Asbury-Oliver are the 2010 recipients of the Bill Barber Award for Showmanship. The award will be presented during EAA AirVenture 2010 at Theater in the Woods on Monday evening, July 26. Read more
NEW FAA SAFETY BRIEFING RELEASED
The July/August issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on aviation weather and how it influences safe flying. Articles address obtaining and interpreting weather data, developing strategies for avoiding marginal or hazardous weather, and what services air traffic control can and cannot provide in adverse conditions. As an added bonus, EAA founder Paul Poberezny is featured as well. Click here to download the free issue.
ROTEC RADIAL GOES SPACEWALKING IN JUNE EXPERIMENTER
Spacewalker Since the beginning of homebuilding, we've had classically lined airframes that begged a round engine. So a small Australian company decided to do something about it; Rotec Engineering has paved the way for homebuilders to give older designs a new look. We've seen Rotecs in the Fly Baby, Pober Jr. Ace, Pietenpol, Kitfox, EAA Biplane, and many others that benefit from the looks and performance of this attractive round engine. Martin Hone describes his experience with installing a nine-cylinder, 150-hp Rotec in his Spacewalker II, transforming this already handsome airframe into a timeless, yet modern, classic. Read about the Spacewalker II-RR in the June issue of Experimenter
RESTORED ANTI-SUB AMPHIB HIGHLIGHTS JUNE BITS AND PIECES
CansoIt turns out that saving a CANSO amphibian is not as easy as it seems. These venerable WWII anti-submarine aircraft were noted for their rugged construction, slow speed, and long flight endurance qualities. Buffalo Airways used CANSOs in their forest fire fighting service. When they upgraded the fleet, one leftover hull that had been cannibalized for parts would soon be destined for a museum, thanks to a group of 60-year-old farmers from Alberta. Read about the CANSO in the June edition of Bits and Pieces.
CHECKRIDE FEARS? TRY THIS WEBINAR!
The practical test is a necessary part of the flight training and certification process. We all view this final step differently. Whether you welcome or fear this final examination; or somewhere in between, the test can be conquered. Join National Association of Flight Instructors Executive Director Jason Blair - also a Designated Pilot Examiner and flight instructor - for tips that will help you pass your checkride with confidence.

To find out more about upcoming EAA Webinars and to register, visit the webinars page.

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2010THE HEART OF AIRVENTURE: VOLUNTEERS PREPARE FOR OSHKOSH
VolunteersIt's been said so many times that it's almost a cliché: EAA AirVenture Oshkosh simply could not happen without the thousands of dedicated volunteers that come to Oshkosh every year. Along with their hard work during the weeklong convention, there's also a lot to do to get ready before the big show. Camp Scholler opened last weekend - a month before opening day - and volunteers have been streaming in ever since to begin whatever work needs be done. Read more
CLASSIC JETS ADD TO IMPRESSIVE WARBIRDS LINEUP
F-4 PhantomA variety of classic military jets, including the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II and North American T-2 Buckeye, are among the hundreds of warbirds to be showcased at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2010. Other jets scheduled to appear are a North American F-86 Sabre, Douglas A-4B Skyhawk, Lockheed T-33 T-bird, Aero L-29 Delfin and L-39 Albatros, Cessna T-37 Tweet, as well as the debut of a civilian-flown British Sea Harrier at AirVenture. Read more
OSHKOSH DAILY AIR SHOWS HIGHLIGHTS EXCITEMENT, VARIETY
Air showWarbirds, aerobatic champions, and precise formation flying are among the highlights of this year's air shows performances each day during AirVenture 2010. More than 30 performers, who are among the world's finest air show pilots, are involved in the daily spectaculars. Special events include the expanded warbird spectaculars on July 27, 30-31 - including pyrotechnics on July 30-31 - and a rare Oshkosh night air show on July 31. Read more
WARBIRDS JOIN EAA AIRCRAFT AUCTION LINEUP
EAA's first Spirit of Aviation Aircraft Aviation has grown to 32 registered aircraft! The auction will take place on Saturday, July 31 at EAA's Jack Mark Hanger located north of Wittman Regional Airport's runway 9/27. New additions to the roster include a pair of Grumman warbirds - a Wildcat and TBM-3U - along with a wide variety of aircraft. Learn more about these and other great aircraft, including detailed descriptions, specifications, and more, by visiting www.airventure.org/auction, then click on the "Buyer's" link. Potential buyers and sellers can also register at the website.
GO MOBILE WITH MOBILE DEVICE VERSION OF AV SCHEDULE
You can now search through the hundreds of scheduled AirVenture presentations on your smart phone! The AirVenture smart phone web app for iPhones and Droids and others provides you with the most current version of the AirVenture schedule so you can plan your days at Oshkosh. Try it out at www.eaaapps.org/mobileevents.aspx.
ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL HEADLINES SATURDAY NIGHT
Asleep at the WheelThere will be plenty of "oohs" and "aahs" coming from AirVenture attendees during the Night Air Show and fireworks on Saturday, July 31. But those will be preceded by plenty of "woo-hoos!" to begin what is sure to be a memorable final evening at AirVenture 2010 as nine-time Grammy winning band Asleep at the Wheel takes the Theater in the Woods stage at 6:45 p.m. Their performance kicks off AirVenture's fabulous final night. Read more
REGISTER TODAY FOR ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT SYMPOSIUM
A website is now live for accepting registrations to the EAA World Symposium on Electric Aircraft, scheduled Friday, July 30, during AirVenture. The symposium, sponsored by GE Aviation Systems, will be held in the Founders Wing of the EAA AirVenture Museum and will explore current developments and future implications of electrically powered aircraft. The day is split into morning, lunch, and afternoon sessions, and attendees can register for one, two, or all three segments. Cost is free, although prepaid lunch will be available for purchase online. Read more
SPACE IS LIMITED: ENROLL BEFORE JULY 10 FOR EAA'S WOMEN SOAR YOU SOAR 2010
Women Soar You SoarSpots are filling up fast! Young women in grades 9-12 can enroll now in EAA's Women Soar You Soar 2010. This unique program, now in its sixth year, introduces more than 90 young women to more than 20 outstanding women, from engineers to fighter pilots, working in a variety of aviation and aerospace fields. The three-day event, July 25 - 27, 2010, will include activities such as flight simulation, workshops, career exploration, and mentor sessions-with an overall mission to engage, inspire, and educate young women to pursue their dreams in aviation and beyond. The enrollment deadline is July 10, 2010 or until all spaces are filled. Find out more about Women Soar You Soar 2010 at www.airventure.org/womensoar or call 800-236-1025.
STOP IN AT HOMEBUILDERS HANGAR
EAA and the EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council are introducing a new venue at AirVenture this year - the Homebuilder's Hangar. Located just north of the "Aces Cafe", adjacent to the Forums area, the building, formerly used by NASA, has been converted for its new role. "The Homebuilder's Hangar will be a hub of activity for the homebuilder/craftsman community," said Joe Norris, EAA's Homebuilders Community Manager. "It's the first step in a multi-phase facelift of the homebuilt area at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh." Read more
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EAA MILITARY TRAINER FANTASY FLIGHT CAMP
Military Trainer Fantasy Camp
Through the Military Trainer Fantasy Flight Camp, September 24-26, 2010, participants have a rare opportunity to fly in the only remaining airworthy PT-3 - plus take a second flight in the famed "pilot maker," the North American T-6. Flights include a pre-flight briefing on the aircraft and its controls. EAA's own pilots and instructors will perform the take-off, demonstrate in the air how the controls work - and then it's your turn! Sign-up now at www.fantasyflightcamp.org.
TRI-MOTOR TOUR IN PORT CLINTON FOR THE FOURTH 
EAA's Ford Tri-motorEAA's 1929 Ford Tri-Motor makes its way to Carl R Keller Field Airport in Port Clinton, Ohio, this week for the Fourth of July weekend through Monday, July 5. From there it travels to Cleveland's Burke Lakefront Airport, offering rides from July 8-11. For more information, and to book tickets, visit www.FlytheFord.org.
SALUTE THE B-17 IN INDIANA THIS WEEKEND
EAA B-17EAA's B-17 tour continues this week as Aluminum Overcast heads to Indiana. From Friday, July 2 through Sunday, July 4, the restored aircraft will be in Lafayette, Indiana, hosted by EAA Chapter 256, and will then head to Kokomo, Indiana, on July 6-7, hosted by EAA Chapter 235. Next weekend, EAA Chapter 29 welcomes the Flying Fortress to Champaign, Illinois, from July 9-11. For more information and to book tickets for a ride in Aluminum Overcast, visit www.b-17.org
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GET YOUR FLIGHT LINE RADIO IN TIME FOR AIRVENTURE
Flightline RadioFlight Line Radio is a service that allows visitors at AirVenture to listen to the air show announcers, the tower, and EAA Radio anywhere on the grounds including the campground and the museum. Flight Line Radios can be used at other air shows and future AirVenture events. Quantities are limited, so be sure to order yours today. Order before July 15 for only $12 and you’ll receive your radio in time for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2010. Order online or by calling toll-free, 1-800-564-6322.
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A SolarPlane Built For Two
A SolarPlane Built For Two

The Sunseeker III will be the world’s first solar aircraft built for two people. Using solar cells that are 22.8% efficient and a 20 kW electric motor, Eric Raymond’s newest solar soarer is incorporating the aeronautical and technology learnings from many flights in Sunseeker and Sunseeker II.

Electric Flying Ladder

Electric Flying Ladder

The Demoichelle variant of the “Ladder Flea” family of aircraft came about after Daniel Dalby saw the Pouchelle II of the Corbeil-Essonnes high school parked next to a Demoiselle built by French engineering students. The electric powered Demoichelle had its test flight on April 11, 2010.

LA County Choppers: Flying Motorcycle

LA County Choppers: Flying Motorcycle

Joe Caravella is spending his days in a Los Angeles garage putting finishing touches on his second version of the body for CaraVellair, a flying motorcycle. Although it won’t be ready to fly by AirVenture 2010, Joe hopes to drive it around the grounds, with a goal of flying a prototype in 2011.

Sharing The Road With Drones

Sharing The Road With Drones

The FAA has a program under way to figure out how to “integrate unmanned aerial vehicles into U.S. airspace alongside conventional aircraft.” Part of the research program is flying a Boeing ScanEagle UAV with air-traffic-control simulations at the Hughes Technical Training Center in New Jersey.

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.

HINTS FOR HOMEBUILDERS: USES FOR CHALK IN YOUR WORKSHOP
Hints for HomebuildersRichard Koehler shares handy uses for chalk in your workshop. Dick is a Technical Counselor for Chapter 186, an A&P aircraft mechanic with Inspection Authorization (IA), and a SportAir Workshop instructor. Watch the video.
EAA 'TIMELESS VOICE OF THE WEEK': Timeless Voices of AviationPAUL JOHNS
Born in 1914, Paul Johns is a living legend in Wisconsin aviation circles. After soloing a glider at age 15 in 1929, Paul joined an older pilot from the Waukegan, Illinois area on a barnstorming tour with a Fairchild airplane and the glider throughout Indiana and Illinois in 1930. Unbeknownst to Paul, the pilot he was flying with was wanted for the theft of the airplane, and the tour ended after that summer. Paul continued flying, eventually earning his commercial and airline transport pilot certificates and landing a job flying passenger joy rides for Northshore Airways. In 1934, he joined the Naval Air Reserve and became a Link Trainer instructor teaching some of the first Navy pilots instrument flying. After a short stint as a Link instructor for United Airlines, Paul joined Pan American World Airways giving instrument instruction before becoming a line pilot flying DC-3s from Miami to multiple stops in South America. He then started flying Consolidated PB2Y-3 Coronado flying boats on the San Francisco – Honolulu route, making over 200 trips before joining the Boeing 314 Clipper crews during their last year of operation between 1945 and 1946. Paul continued flying as a corporate pilot and recreationally until giving it up at age 85. In 2009, Paul was inducted into the Wisconsin Aviation Hall of Fame. Watch the video.
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35 fly-ins and events this weekend in the EAA Events Calendar. Find one near you or add your event!

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For EAA Information Services

Will I be able to fly a motorglider if I fail a medical exam?

AnswerYes, because glider pilots are exempt from the requirement for a medical certificate, per FAR 61.3(c)(2)(vii). Also, there is no penalty for having failed a medical exam, as there is with Sport Pilot regulation FAR 61.303(b)(3).

To fly a motorglider, all you will need is a glider license or rating, with self-launch endorsement. No medical or any other certificate is needed; however you must still comply with FAR 61.53(b) which prohibits acting as PIC with a known medical condition that would make you unable to operate the aircraft in a safe manner.

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 Iron Eagle Aerobatic Team of Bill Gordon and Billy Segalla celebrate their 20th season as a two-plane formation aerobatic act this summer in their Christen Eagle biplanes, including a performance at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2010.

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SPORTAIRUSA'S ICUB COMES WITH AN IPAD
SportairUSA has introduced the iCub, a newly certified light-sport aircraft from Zlin Aviation. The central feature of the iCub's instrument panel is a dock-mounted iPad, pre-loaded with a selection of aviation and navigation apps. The standard engine is the 2,000-hour TBO Rotax 912 ULS. Other features include leather-seating, cross bracing in the tail and atop the cabin, reinforced landing gear attachments, a full overhead skylight, vortex generators, and 18-gallon fuel tank with an option to increase to 24 gallons. The iCub, with standard gear and tundra tires, offers a 565-pound useful load for less than $93,000. For more information, visit www.iCub.aero.

ROTAX 503 DECLARED ASTM COMPLIANT
The type 503 Rotax engine has been declared ASTM compliant after it completed a testing program by Kodiak Research Ltd. No features or characteristics were found that would make the engine unsafe, provided it is installed, operated, and maintained properly. Only engines with serial number 6479168 and higher are ASTM compliant. This will allow manufacturers to use the type 503 on a fixed-wing aircraft in the special light-sport aircraft category. Click here for more information.

TRI-NAV CHARTS COMBINE IFR AND VFR NAVIGATION
Howie Keefe's new TRI-NAV Charts for GPS, in atlas format, keep you legal for both IFR and VFR navigation. Internet updates that conform to the FAA 28-day cycle are also available. Charts include frequencies for towers, CTAF, UNICOM, ASOS, AWOS, and more. The atlas includes planning aids, miles between airports, Rand-McNally's Interstate/U.S. Highways map, and topographical relief charts that show mountain areas, detailed terrain, cities, and runway layouts. For more information, visit www.TRINAVCharts.org.

SEE GARMIN G3X-PERIENCE AT AIRVENTURE
Garmin International Inc. has expanded its AirVenture 2010 exhibit with the new "Area G3X." Current and future G3X customers can meet with "G3X-perts" throughout the show, attend seminars on electrical systems for kit-built aircraft, and discover the best G3X configuration for their aircraft. In addition, Garmin will offer rebates of up to $3,500 on G3X single- and dual-screen system purchases made between July 1-December 31, 2010. For more information visit www.Garmin.com.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC OFFERS FLIGHT ASSISTANCE
The Dominican Republic Civil Aviation Authority (IDAC) is offering a free "Flying Ambassador" service for U.S. and Canadian pilots. The program will assist private pilots in creating flight plans and will provide answers about procedures, customs, fuel availability, documents, and more. Jim Parker of CaribbeanFlyingAdventures.com will organize escorted fly ins, help pilots plan group visits or individual trips, and be on-call for pilots while they're in the Dominican Republic. For more information, visit www.CaribbeanFlyingAdventures.com.

RED BULL STRATOS TEAM ANNOUNCES TEST RESULTS
Red Bull Stratos hopes to launch a freefall jump in which pilot Felix Baumgartner would become the first person to break the speed of sound with the human body. In May 2010, the Red Bull Stratos team conducted three tests: step-off from the capsule, bungee jumps in the pressurized space suit to practice step-off technique, and high-altitude skydives in a fully pressurized space suit. All tests were successful, and the team plans to move on to the next phase of testing, including successively higher balloon jumps. To read more about the project, visit www.RedBullStratos.com/newsroom.

MURPHY RENEGADE AND RENEGADE SPIRIT AVAILABLE
The rights to manufacture the Renegade and Renegade Spirit, including customer leads and inquiries, intellectual property, fixtures, and inventory, are once again available to a qualified manufacturer. The Renegade is a lightweight, two-seat, open-air, positive-stagger biplane capable of basic aerobatic maneuvers. The sale includes design rights, drawings, existing inventory, tooling, and more. Designer Darryl Murphy will be available on a consulting basis. For more information, contact mursales@murphyair.com.

ICAS FOUNDATION HALL OF FAME NOMINATION DEADLINE EXTENDED
The deadline for the International Council of Air Shows Hall of Fame nominations has been extended from June 1 to July 31. Typically, up to three people or groups are inducted, based on nominations from members of the air show community. You do not need to be an ICAS member to nominate someone. To make a nomination, visit www.ICASFoundation.org.

VIRTUALHUD OFFERS WINGMAN PORTABLE EFIS
The Wingman Portable EFIS shows your attitude, position, and groundspeed at the same time. After planning your flight in a GPS, hook it to the Wingman for integrated navigation and attitude information. When used alone, the Wingman is an effective EFIS, giving experimental aircraft more panel space. The unit features a 4.3-inch screen and an internal battery that lasts more than an hour. Charging the battery through any standard accessory outlet draws less than 1/4 amp. For more information visit www.VirtualHUD.com.

PIPER TO CLOSE FOR A WEEK IN AUGUST
Piper Aircraft will shut-down operations for most employees the week of August 9, according to a report from Business Aviation Aircraft. Exceptions will be operations related to Piper Jet development, delivery of essential parts and finished aircraft. All other staff, including company management, will be unpaid for that week, the report says. The move is in response to sluggish demand, which has forced the company to reduce its forecast from 200 to 160 airplanes produced this year.

NEW SERIES OF HOW-TO DVDs AT WICKS AIRCRAFT SUPPLY
Wicks Aircraft Supply now offers a new series of DVDs designed to make aircraft construction and maintenance an easier process. Eight different DVDs cover everything from scratchbuilding with metal to choosing an experimental powerplant in the 80-120 hp range. The Homebuilt Help series of DVDs range in price from $24 to $38 and vary in length from 1 to 3.5 hours. For more information, visit www.WicksAircraft.com.

  
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