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The Eagle Has Landed
For the last time

An important airplane that fueled the growth of the homebuilt kit aircraft industry arrived in Oshkosh Thursday morning, where it will take its rightful place in the EAA AirVenture Museum’s aerobatics gallery. The prototype Christen Eagle II, Frank Christensen’s powerful and nimble aerobatic biplane designed in the 1970s, flew a nine-leg journey from California this week with longtime builder and airline pilot Dick (Butch) Pfeifer, EAA 42135, at the controls. “Well, that’s the last landing for this airplane,” Pfeifer said as he exited the rear seat. Read the story and see photos

EAA Multimedia

Stall/Spin Awareness
EAA recently held a webinar presented by Gordon Penner, MCFI-A and FAA Gold Seal Instructor, in which he explains what leads to a base-to-final stall/spin accident and how to recognize and stop it. Learn the true nature of stalls and spins that most pilots have not been taught. Watch the video 

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 Hints for HomebuildersRiveting 101
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News & Views from EAA October 28, 2011    Volume 11, Number 51
CYBER-HOMEBUILDING DRAWS NEW FANS
Largest Wisconsin Daily Features cover story on DreamBuildFly.com
TBM
The story of two young men scratchbuilding a Bearhawk in a basement while a Web audience watches and comments in real time was Thursday's cover story in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Wisconsin's largest daily newspaper. Caleb Ihrig, an Oshkosh engineer, and EAA Multimedia Journalist Brady Lane are friends and building partners who wanted to use basic tools and their basic mechanical knowledge to show how accessible homebuilding can be. A baseball cap-mounted camera streams live video to the Web, which allows viewers to comment, offer tips, and learn along with them. Read the article | Photo gallery | EAA Radio interview

HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS HIGHLIGHT EAA BOARD MEETINGS
EAA welcomes its board of directors, as well as the boards from the Vintage Aircraft Association, the Warbirds of America, and the International Aerobatic Club to the EAA Aviation Center this week for annual fall board meetings. Also meeting are the Homebuilt Aircraft Council and the Ultralight/Light-Sport Aircraft Council. Meetings formally began Thursday and will continue through Friday afternoon.

Hall of fame inducteesDuring the annual fall board dinner Thursday evening, EAA was to induct this year’s nominees into the Sport Aviation Halls of Fame. (Click on the links below to watch videos scheduled to be shown during Thursday’s induction ceremony.)

*Messrs. LeVier and Lindsay will be honored posthumously.

Longtime Fond du Lac attorney Louie Andrew will receive the Henry Kimberly Spirit of Leadership Award for his volunteer efforts on behalf of EAA and the community.

Lastly, EAA Director Jimmy Leeward was to be honored with a posthumous video salute, as was actor Cliff Robertson, who passed away earlier this year. Robertson served as EAA’s first Young Eagles chairman and was a longtime supporter of the organization.

Left Seat

Mac's BlogEDUCATION CAN REPLACE THIRD-CLASS MEDICAL
The petition by EAA and AOPA to allow required medical education to replace the third-class medical for recreational flying is the first proposal that I think actually can improve safety and be approved by the FAA. The petition asks the FAA to allow pilots to fly fixed-gear single-engine airplanes of 180 hp or less under daylight VFR using a driver's license as an alternative to the FAA third-class medical.

This type of petition has been made many times, by various groups and even individuals in the past with no success. What's different this time is that pilots using the driver's license would be required to complete an online aeromedical awareness training course, including a test to be sure they correctly and completely absorbed the information.

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THOUSANDS ENJOY SUN-DRENCHED COPPERSTATE
Copperstate Grand ChampionAbout 500 aircraft and 5,100 attendees attended last week's 39th annual COPPERSTATE Fly-In & Aviation Expo at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport, Arizona. According to Fly-In Manager Jim McChesney, attendees enjoyed a wide variety of aircraft on the ground and in the air - from ultralights, to World War II fighter jets, to micro-jets and much more. "And, as always, we received many compliments on how family-friendly the event was," McChesney said. Read more
DAHER-SOCATA ROLLS OUT 600TH TBM AIRCRAFT
TBM
The TBM 850 turboprop DAHER-SOCATA rolled out on Thursday marked the 600th production TBM produced at the company's production facility in Tarbes, France. TBM-related teams gathered there to recognize the milestone aircraft before it was delivered to a private customer from the northwestern U.S. Read more
EAA, AOPA JOINTLY ADDRESSING AIRSPACE ISSUES
EAA and AOPA government advocacy teams are working together to help preserve GA access to the national airspace system (NAS) in Salt Lake City, Utah; Washington, D.C.; and Los Angeles, California. Both organizations, as well as other GA groups, have adopted the "Stronger Together" mantra as a pledge to work cooperatively for GA's greater good. Read more
PIPER SHELVES SINGLE-ENGINE ALTAIRE JET PROGRAM
PiperTo almost nobody's surprise, Piper announced on Monday that has indefinitely suspended development of its single-engine jet Altaire. Just last week Piper announced that it was reviewing the jet program in light of continuing slow sales for all light jets. New Piper Interim President and CEO Simon Caldecott, who was just appointed to the position last week, said that the Altaire program was meeting its design goals for performance and that development was on schedule, but market conditions made it unlikely that costs to certify and produce the airplane could be recovered. Read more
LAST CHANCE TO WIN AN AIRVENTURE 2012 VIP PACKAGE
Enroll in EAA AutoPilot before October 31

EAA AutoPilotThis week is your last chance to win the AirVenture 2012 VIP Package! All you have to do is sign up for AutoPilot - EAA's automatic dues renewal program - by October 31, 2011, and you'll be automatically entered into the drawing to win. The VIP prize package includes B-17 and Tri-Motor experiences, weekly Aviators Club passes, weekly admissions, one weekly "improved" camping site, and the use of a golf cart, supplied by EAA, for one day. Sign up today and you'll also be entered into the October drawing for an Apple iPad 2, preloaded with the ForeFlight Mobile app. Visit the AutoPilot website for complete rules and prize package details. (All members who have enrolled in AutoPilot before October 31, 2011, are automatically entered into the grand prize drawing.)
MORE CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS OPPOSE USER FEES
Another group of House leaders has written to the Congressional Joint Committee on Deficit Reduction, opposing the proposal to levy a per-flight user fee. Rep. John Mica (R-FL), chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and other Republicans on that committee sent a letter to the deficit "supercommittee" chaired by Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA). The letter explained that the current FAA reauthorization proposal currently awaiting House-Senate conference committee action "does not include new user fees for aviation." Read more
EAA PART OF AVIATION INDUSTRY COALITION SENDING UNIFIED MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
A united aviation industry coalition of nearly 30 organizations, including EAA, is opposing proposed tax increases that would lead to significant job loss across all sectors of the industry and the nation. As part of its debt-reduction plan, the White House is proposing - and the Congressional Super Committee is now considering - two new initiatives on airlines and their passengers as well as general aviation. Read more
NTSB UNABLE TO RECOVER ONBOARD VIDEO FROM LEEWARD CRASH
The NTSB announced that it was unable to recover any images from cameras that were mounted on Jimmy Leeward's modified P-51 Galloping Ghost that crashed at the Reno Championship Air Races in September. The badly damaged cameras and memory cards were recovered from the debris field at Reno and initially the NTSB had hoped to retrieve at least some images from the memory cards. But the damage was too great. Read more
NEW OS MAY DELETE NAV CHARTS ON iPAD
ForeFlightForeFlight, which produces electronic charts for the iPad through its ForeFlightMobile app, says the new iOS 5 operating system upgrade for the iPad may delete navigation data stored in its app. Foreflight stores all its data that pilots use within the app and where that data is stored within the iPad file structure may cause data to be deleted if the device is running out of storage space. Read more
WACO CLASSIC HAS GREAT LAKES TC
Great LakesWaco Classic Aircraft, of Battle Creek, Michigan, announced it has officially received the type certificate for the Great Lakes Model 2T-1A-1/2 aircraft. The company announced last January plans to produce the Great Lakes biplane and now - with the TC in hand - says it "is able to better work with the FAA to return the Great Lakes to the air."

Waco Classic Aircraft Corporation, founded in 1983, builds the Waco YMF-5D and operates a vintage aircraft repair and restoration facility on W.K. Kellogg Regional Airport (KBTL) in Battle Creek. Click here for more information.

NO INSTALLATION COST FOR PS ENGINEERING AUDIO PANEL
PS Engineering has introduced a version of its PMA8000B audio panel that is a direct plug-in replacement for early versions of the Garmin GMA340 unit. From November 1 through the end of February 2012 PS Engineering will pay the installation cost to have the PMA8000B mounted into the GMA340 tray in your instrument panel. Read more
SWIFT FUEL RUNS AN R-2800 RADIAL
Swift fuelMore than 100 gallons of Swift Enterprises' 100SF powered an unmodified Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp engine during three days of testing conducted in Grangeville, Idaho. Test results showed that 100SF produced a higher detonation onset threshold than 100LL. The engine was operated at 115-145 octane takeoff power settings and there were no indications of engine knock. Read more
FAA LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE FOR REPORTING LASER INCIDENTS
LasersThe FAA has a new website that makes it easier for pilots and the general public to report incidents where lasers are pointed at aircraft. The website also has the latest statistics about laser incidents, FAA press releases, and FAA research on the dangers lasers can pose to pilots, as well as downloadable videos. Read more
EAA CHAPTER 1 HOSTS SPORTAIR WORKSHOPS AT FLABOB NOVEMBER 19-20
SportAir WorkshopsDon't miss your chance to attend the upcoming EAA SportAir Workshops being held at historic Flabob Airport in Riverside, California, November 19-20. Hosted by EAA Chapter 1 at its hangar located on the airport, these two-day weekend workshops cover a variety of aircraft building skills and techniques. You could master the basics of aircraft sheet metal, figure out how to fabric cover an airplane, gain confidence with composites, excel in electric systems, or find out just exactly what's involved in kit building. We provide the place and all the tools and materials, so the only thing you need to show up with is a desire to learn! For more details on the workshops offered, or to register for a course, click here.
THE 2011 EAA FALL/WINTER MERCHANDISE CATALOG HAS ARRIVED - GET YOUR FREE COPY ONLINE
EAA 2011 Merchandise CatalogIf you're the type who likes to show your EAA colors proudly, you know the fall season brings more than changing leaves and brisk winds. That's right - the 2011 EAA Fall/Winter Merchandise Catalog has arrived, and now you can pick up your free copy at EAA's Aeronautica online store. Featuring all-new merchandise for 2011, the catalog is filled with EAA- and aviation-related items that make the perfect gift for any pilot or enthusiast. To get your free copy, click here. You can also check out the new 2011 EAA merchandise right now when you visit the EAA Aeronautica online store.
A.E.R.O. The In-Stock Company
Nose to Nose
Nose to NoseIn finest EAA tradition, 93 percent of you said you'd "tape it up and fly it out" when we asked about using duct tape for a field repair in last week's poll.

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION: Our own Brady Lane and his friend Caleb Ihrig were featured on the cover of Thursday's Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel in a story about their Bearhawk project, which is being streamed live to the Internet. We're just wondering, would you be willing to have your build or restoration project broadcast live on the Internet? Vote now!

WEBINARS: THE SUPER 18 BY DAKOTA CUB
The Super 18 is Dakota Cub's update and improvement of the Super Cub. It is available as either a kit or ready-to-fly certified aircraft. Both versions will be discussed, but the emphasis will be on the kit version.

All webinars begin at 7 p.m. CDT unless otherwise noted. To find out more about upcoming EAA Webinars and to register, visit the webinars page.

EAA gratefully acknowledges the support of Aircraft Spruce and Specialty Co. for their generous sponsorship of our webinar programs. 

ALUMINUM OVERCAST VISITS THE SOONER STATE
EAA's B-17 TourNext up in EAA's B-17 tour is a week in Oklahoma; first, the bomber will visit Tulsa October 28-30, with EAA Vintage Chapter 10 serving as host at Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport (RVS). Moving right along, the Flying Fortress will be at University of Oklahoma Westheimer Airport (OUN) November 1-2, hosted by EAA Chapter 24.

Self-guided ground tours of the B-17 are available daily from 2-5 p.m. Tours cost $5 per adult, $15 per family, and active military or veterans can tour free of charge. Visitors can also go for the full experience and book a flight on Aluminum Overcast; you can save by pre-booking, but walk-ups are always welcome. For more information, including the full tour schedule, or to pre-book a flight, click here.

EAA MERCHANDISE: MODEL MONTH WRAPPING UP
Save up to 60 percent on select kits

EAA Merchandise
Don't miss your chance to save up to 60 percent on select aircraft model kits at the EAA Aeronautica online store! Inspire a future aviator or simply add one of our beautifully detailed kits to your collection. From a Wright Flyer Model to an F-14B Tomcat, our collection of model aircraft spans the aviation spectrum with a variety of models suitable for all ages. But hurry, these special savings only last through October 31, 2011. And while you're shopping online, check out the all-new EAA merchandise in the 2011 Fall/Winter Catalog. Start shopping now or call toll-free, 800-564-6322.
DEAL OF THE WEEK: 'LAND' THE RIGHT GIFT
Free shipping on orders of $30 or more
Deal of the WeekWith the holiday season just around the corner, it's time to start looking for that perfect gift for the special aviator in your life. To help you in your hunt (and budget!), EAA is offering free shipping on orders of $30 or more when you shop at the EAA Aeronautica online store. Just enter the coupon code FREESHIP27 when you check out. Shop now or call toll-free, 800-564-6322.

(Offer is good through October 29, 2011, and applies to domestic orders only. Orders must be $30 or more before taxes or shipping. International orders will receive 30 percent off the quoted shipping price when the coupon code is entered. Offer excludes wood propellers.)

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If you have suggestions or submissions for EAA’s weekly AeroInnovations column, please send them to AeroInnovations editor Bob Waldron.

A STOL Military Transport

A STOL Military Transport

The Speed Agile Concept Demonstrator (SACD) is a multipurpose STOL fixed-wing aircraft technology being developed for situations where military helicopters don’t have the speed, range, or cargo capacity to take troops, equipment, and supplies to remote locations with short, makeshift runways. The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory is doing wind tunnel tests on a 23-percent-scale model to minimize the overall drag, enabling the shortest takeoff and maximum range.

Landing Strips on Nuclear-Propelled Airborne Airport

Landing Strips on Nuclear-Propelled Airborne Airport The “Airborne Metro” is a futuristic aircraft design combining two concepts: nuclear-powered flight and “bigger is more efficient.” Flying continuously between the world’s major cities, the Metro would hold 3,000 passengers and get 40-80 percent passenger-mile fuel savings compared to current airliners. This mega-plane would have “landing strips” or docking stations for small commuter ferry aircraft that bring passengers up to the Metro and down to their destination.

360-Degree Flight Simulator

360-Degree Flight Simulator The Barco rear-projected dome is a 360-degree immersive flight simulator that uses 13 or more laser-aligned projectors to let the simulator pilot look in any direction to see simulated aircraft up to 7-1/2 miles away. This flight simulator dome is so realistic and versatile that the Israeli Air Force will be using eight of them to train squadrons for dogfights and aerial refueling.

Boeing 787: Reusing for a Green Life Cycle

Boeing 787: Reusing for a Green Life Cycle

Long before the inaugural commercial flight of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, researchers began figuring out how to economically recycle the lightweight carbon fiber composite materials used to build much of the aircraft. Although the recycled carbon fiber is unlikely to be used for load-bearing structural components such as wings or the fuselage, the fiber will work great for interior items such as cabinetry and luggage bins.

Spacecraft Wind Tunnel Testing

Spacecraft Wind Tunnel Testing

One spacecraft being developed that might be used as a replacement for the U.S. Space Shuttle or for other space travel is the Boeing CST-100. Wind tunnel testing is being performed on a scale model of the Boeing capsule, which is designed to be launched into space on an Atlas V rocket.
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: RIVETING 101
Hints for HomebuildersIf you're building a sheet metal aircraft, odds are you're going to need to drive some rivets. In this segment, Jack Dueck demonstrates the basics of riveting. Jack is a Technical Counselor, a Sportair Workshop Instructor, and Chairman of the EAA Canadian Council. Watch the video
TIMELESS VOICES: CLIFF ROBERTSON
Timeless Voices of AviationAcademy award winning actor Cliff Robertson (1923-2011) was a fervent supporter of the EAA. A private pilot for over forty years, Cliff served as EAA’s first Young Eagles chairman when the program kicked off in 1992, and he was a big supporter of the Timeless Voices of Aviation oral history program. In fact, he gave the keynote speech for the dedication of the Wilson Timeless Voices Theater in the EAA AirVenture Museum during AirVenture 2004. We had the opportunity to talk to Cliff briefly about some of his aviation experiences after that dedication. Watch the video
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Where Are You Flying This Weekend?
There are 85 fly-ins and events over the next two weekends in the EAA Events Calendar. Find one near you or add your event!

Q & A: A friend is purchasing a Rotorway A600 helicopter kit. He would like me to assemble it. Can I charge him a small fee to build it? How do I go about getting an airworthiness certificate after it is built?

Answer: If your friend wishes to obtain the experimental amateur-built (E-AB) airworthiness certificate upon completion of his project, the major portion - or at least 51 percent - must be fabricated and assembled by amateur(s). You must be able to document this, and such documentation must be made available to the FAA inspector or DAR upon request. Payment for work performed is considered commercial assistance, which is not applied toward meeting this 51 percent requirement. The amount of fabrication and assembly contained in the kit itself combined with any commercial assistance must not exceed the remaining 49 percent, or it will become ineligible for the E-AB certificate.

The FAA has a checklist of tasks to be completed to determine how much commercial assistance allowed when building an amateur-built aircraft. Proper use of this checklist will ensure that the amateur status is maintained. For guidance, and how to register and have the aircraft inspected, you should thoroughly read and understand FAA Advisory Circular 20-27G, Certification and Operation of Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft. Click here to download. (Appendix 8 contains the checklist.)

Have a question?
To ask a question regarding government issues, e-mail EAA Government Relations. For questions about registration, airmen, aircraft and medical certification, safety records, performance, or any other matter, e-mail EAA Member Services.


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Jon Apfelbaum, EAA Lifetime 222561, of Parker, Colorado, took this photo of Todd McLoughlin’s T-28 as a friend taxied in from his checkride. “He commented he hadn’t done that many Cuban Eights…ever,” Jon said.

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On the Flightline - General Aviation News

AIR REPAIR RECEIVES TC FOR W670 ENGINE SERIES
Teledyne Continental Motors transferred the type certificate on the W670 series of engines to Air Repair Inc. of Cleveland, Mississippi. Air Repair is also the TC holder for Jacobs R755 engines. The company has developed many STCs and PMA parts for these engines, including auto advance mags, electric starters, roller main bearings, valve guides, and pistons. For more information, click here.

NEW AVIAT DEALER IN WISCONSIN
Aviat Aircraft has signed an agreement with Midwest Husky Sales and Service LLC, which operates from the Rice Lake, Wisconsin, Air Center, to offer sales and service for all three versions of the Husky A-1C aircraft. The new dealership will be responsible for Husky sales in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan. The two-place Husky A-1C, available with 160-, 180-, or 200-hp engines, features STOL performance, a 2,200-pound gross weight capacity, and a cruising range of 55-140 mph. For more information, visit the Midwest Husky or Aviat Aircraft websites.

CIRRUS OPENS FIRST FULL-MOTION FLIGHT SIM IN EUROPE
Cirrus Aircraft expanded its flight training globally, opening its first full-motion flight simulator in Europe. The simulator, located in Poznan, Poland, offers training for Cirrus SR20 and SR22 aircraft with Cirrus Perspective by Garmin avionics. Pilots will have the opportunity to fly in a real Cirrus Perspective flight deck with all active functions and safety features. The simulator is intended to train European pilots who are new to flying or new to Cirrus flying; improve proficiency of current Cirrus pilots; provide transitional training for Cirrus pilots who are upgrading to full glass; and help Cirrus pilots seeking recurrent training – and in any European language. For more information, click here.

FOREFLIGHT TO SPONSOR ABLE FLIGHT
ForeFlight is the newest sponsor of Able Flight’s flight training program for people with physical disabilities. In addition to a financial donation for the scholarship fund, ForeFlight will provide software for students to use during their training. With the donation, the next Able Flight scholarship winners will be able to prepare for a flight with ForeFlight’s Mobile HD software. For more information on ForeFlight, click here. For more on Able Flight, click here.

POWER MIG 256 JOINS LINCOLN ELECTRIC LINE
Lincoln Electric added the POWER MIG 256 to its line of POWER MIG Professional’s Choice welders, replacing the previous 255XT model. Features include Lincoln Electric’s patented Diamond Core Technology, voltage output and wire-feed-speed displayed on digital meters, new Magnum Pro 250L gun and 15-foot cable, and Convenient Coil Claw system for workspace organization. For more information, click here.

NEW XTREME EMS AVAILABLE FROM MGL AVIONICS
MGL Avionics introduced the new XTreme EMS engine monitoring system, based on a 4.3-inch, sunlight-readable, high-resolution LCD display. It integrates an SD card reader for software updates and an engine data recorder, five function buttons, and a rotary control. It can be connected to standard MGL Avionics RDAC engine monitor boxes. The XTreme EMS is designed to fit a standard 3-1/8-inch round instrument hole; the body is located off-center, allowing the unit to replace instruments on the right side of a standard six-pack configuration or any other location that currently occupies two instruments. For more information, click here.

PRA OFFERS ONLINE SPORT PILOT GYROPLANE GROUND SCHOOL
Popular Rotorcraft Association (PRA) Vice President Tim O’Connor, a gyroplane CFI and advanced ground instructor, is offering a live online ground school for the sport pilot gyroplane certificate. The course will total 21 hours of virtual classroom instruction, and students will be assigned homework. After registering for the class, students will receive a bundle of materials, including exam supplement diagrams, worksheets, and practice links. Students earning a 90 percent or higher score on test prep will receive a logbook endorsement to take the knowledge test at an FAA-authorized testing center. Tuition is $199.95, or $99.95 for PRA members. For more information, click here.

SPORTY’S OFFERS IPAD STARTER KIT
The new Sporty’s iPad Starter Kit provides a way to get everything you need to use your iPad in your airplane. The kit includes a Dual Bluetooth GPS, iPad kneeboard, charging cable, and cleaning cloth. For the pilot who wants a little more, Sporty’s offers the Deluxe iPad Kit, which includes a Dual Bluetooth GPS, iPad flight desk, charging cable, backup battery, screen protector, and cleaning cloth. The iPad Starter Kit is available for $149.95, and the Deluxe Kit is available for $299.95. For more information, click here.

TECNAM P2006T EARNS FULL TRANSPORT CANADA VALIDATION
The Tecnam P2006T next-generation twin is now fully validated by Transport Canada, thereby enabling Canadian customers to purchase and operate the light piston twin aircraft. The four-seat aircraft is now available through all 50 of Tecnam’s worldwide distributors. The company has delivered nearly 100 P2006T twins, which include the Rotax 912S engine and optional Garmin glass panel. For more information, click here.

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