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Bob Hoover Helps P-51 Land Safely
Some fast thinking by Cavanaugh Flight Museum officials, along with remote advice from one of the greatest pilots who ever lived, allowed for the safe landing of the museum's P-51D Mustang Brat III, which was providing rides on Sunday at Mobile Downtown Airport, Alabama. Near the conclusion of a 30-minute flight the left main gear failed to deploy for landing. But thanks to some crack flying by Chuck Gardner, EAA 1026448, and a suggestion radioed from the ground by way of legendary pilot and P-51 expert Bob Hoover, the gear eventually came down, locked, and the plane landed without further incident. Read more

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Winter at Weeks
EAA's Kermit Weeks Hangar is where all the cool stuff is at EAA and this action-packed timelapse captures some of the work going on there this winter, including an engine change on the B-17, aileron work on the Tri-Motor, a cylinder change on a Cub, and lots of shuffling airplanes. Watch the video.

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 Timeless Voice of the Week: Wally Funk, member of the "Mercury 13"
 Webinar: The History and Restoration of the Original: RV-1
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News & Views from EAA March 2, 2012    Volume 12, Number 9
SIGNATURES NEEDED ON NO-USER-FEE LETTER IN SENATE
EAA members should urge lawmakers to sign

The leadership of the Senate General Aviation Caucus is asking fellow senators for their support and signature on a letter to President Obama urging the White House to remove GA user fees from its Fiscal Year 2013 budget proposal. Sen. Mark Begich (D-AK) and Sen. Mike Johanns (R-NE), the co-chairs of the Senate GA Caucus, are circulating the letter. It is similar to a letter by the House GA Caucus that has already collected more than 180 co-signers as of Wednesday evening - far more than the 119 signatures when a similar letter was circulated in the House last year. Read more
HIGHTOWER TO SPEAK AT ILLINOIS UL, LIGHT PLANE SEMINAR
Rod HightowerEAA President/CEO Rod Hightower will give the keynote address at this weekend's 32nd annual Illinois Ultralight and Light Plane Safety Seminar scheduled for Saturday, March 3, in the Illinois Building and Auditorium on the Illinois State Fairground in Springfield, Illinois. Hightower's address, "LSA and General Aviation," occurs right after the lunch break. There is no charge to attend. Also featured at the seminar are aircraft displays, dealer and manufacturer exhibits, and presentations on EFBs and LSA, powered paragliders, Rotax engines, and more. This seminar is presented by the Illinois Ultralight Advisory Council (IUAC), Illinois Department of Transportation Division of Aeronautics, and the FAA's Springfield FSDO. To learn more, click here.
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A KINDER FAA, OR A MORE EFFECTIVE FAA?
It has been fashionable at various times for the FAA to bill itself as being "kinder and gentler" when it comes to rule enforcement. The concept sounds good, but does it make sense? The people in charge of Flight Standards, the group within FAA that oversees the rules and rules compliance, don't really think so.

The reality is that the FAA - along with all other parts of government - is being squeezed to do more with less. A long-term FAA budget was finally passed by Congress and signed into law, the first in several years, but the budget puts a strict cap on FAA resources. The FAA needs to be sure it gets more bang for each buck.

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AIRCRAFT SPRUCE & SPECIALTY NOW OFFERS EAA SPORT AVIATION
Sport AviationSingle issues and subscriptions of the award-winning EAA Sport Aviation magazine are now available through Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co., extending the stories of EAA and its membership into broader aviation segments and audiences. "We want those who are on the outside to get a peek into the passionate community of aviators that comprises EAA," said EAA President/CEO Rod Hightower, who announced plans last spring for expanding Sport Aviation's reach to even more aviators. "Thanks to this partnership with Aircraft Spruce & Specialty, the EAA story and message will reach even more people as we grow participation in aviation." Read more
EAA REAFFIRMS OPPOSITION TO LIGHTSQUARED WITH OFFICIAL COMMENTS
FCC extends deadline to March 16

EAA's comments opposing the Federal Communications Commission's Conditional Waiver for LightSquared's proposed wireless broadband terrestrial operations were submitted this week ahead of the March 1 deadline, and the FCC gave those still wishing to comment more time by extending the comment deadline to March 16. Since the public comment period opened on February 15, 2012, more than 5,600 comments have been submitted, the vast majority of which oppose the LightSquared proposal. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) concluded recently the LightSquared proposal would interfere with millions of GPS devices in use today - including those used for aviation navigation. Read more
ICE PILOTS NWT STARTS MONDAY ON WEATHER CHANNEL
Ice Pilots NWTMany of you have seen the popular Canadian reality TV series Ice Pilots NWT, either in Canada or during its run on The History Channel. Next Monday, March 5, the series begins airing on The Weather Channel starting at 8 p.m. CDT (9 p.m. EST). Ice Pilots is about the people who operate Buffalo Airways, an airline that still uses DC-3s to haul people, fuel, and supplies to remote outposts in the Canadian North. Buffalo Airlines, which participated in the 75th anniversary celebration of the DC-3 at AirVenture 2010, is featured in this EAA video produced prior to that convention.
2012 GA AWARD WINNERS TO BE HONORED AT AIRVENTURE
The General Aviation Awards program announced this week its 2012 national winners who will receive their awards this summer at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2012. They include Marvin Hornbostel, of Junction City, Kansas, Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) of the Year; Rick Ochs, of Gahanna, Ohio, Avionics Technician of the Year; MCFI Hobart Tomlinson, of Huntington, Vermont, Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) of the Year; and Jeanne Willerth, of Lee's Summit, Missouri, FAA Safety Team Representative of the Year. Read more
HIGHTOWER MEETS WITH HOUSE AVIATION SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIRMAN
U.S. Rep. Tom Petri (R-WI), who is chairman of the House Aviation Subcommittee and a key member of the House General Aviation Caucus, was at the EAA Aviation Center on Thursday to meet with EAA President/CEO Rod Hightower as well as Sean Elliott and David Oord from EAA's government advocacy staff. Petri, who represents the eastern Wisconsin district that includes Oshkosh, has long been an aviation supporter. He is a regular visitor to the EAA AirVenture Museum and the AirVenture fly-in. Read more
AD ISSUED ON LYCOMING ENGINE CARBURETORS
The FAA has issued an airworthiness directive (AD) on carburetors installed on many Lycoming engines. The AD targets only 409 carburetors - but 10,700 engines must be inspected to determine if they have one of the defective carbs. Effective date for the AD is March 27, 2012. (Click here to view the AD.) The problem is with Marvel-Schebler carburetors built with a "machined-from-billet" body instead of the more common die-cast body. In some of the defective machined body carbs the mixture control has failed, blocking fuel to the engine and causing power loss. Read more
ENROLLMENT OPEN FOR 2012 EAA AIR ACADEMY 'YOUNG EAGLES' CAMP
Young Eagles CampThe EAA Young Eagles Camp is designed to introduce youth ages 12-13 to the wonderful world of aviation. Presented in a "science camp" format, campers will enjoy a unique combination of fun and discovery as they participate in hands-on activities, flight simulation, museum tours, and actual flights in a Cessna 162 SkyCatcher and Bell 47 helicopter. Registration fee includes all camping materials, meals, and lodging in the EAA Air Academy Lodge located on the world-famous EAA AirVenture Museum campus in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Learn more
CLASSIC J-3 CUB, EAA 2012 AIRCRAFT SWEEPSTAKES GRAND PRIZE
Giveaway part of Cub's 75th anniversary celebration at AirVenture
Sweepstakes CubThere's nothing like flying 500 feet AGL - low and slow - admiring the landscape below. When you enter the 2012 EAA "Win the Cub" Sweepstakes, you'll have the opportunity to do just that, with the one lucky winner becoming the rightful owner of a beautifully restored 1940 Piper J-3 Cub, TrickAir Sport 1500 Snow Skis included. Not a pilot? No problem. In addition to the Cub, the grand prize package includes the option to take $2,500 worth of flight training. All prizes will be awarded in random drawings at EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh at 5 p.m. on September 10, 2012.  Enter now.
EAA, AOPA PRESSING FORWARD WITH THIRD-CLASS MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS
EAA and AOPA are continuing to press forward with their joint effort to expand the use of a driver's license and medical self-certification in lieu of an FAA third-class medical certificate, with a goal of submitting a formal exemption request to the FAA in March. The GA organizations remain steadfast in their effort, which was formally unveiled at the AOPA Summit last September. EAA and AOPA have petitioned the FAA numerous times over the past 25 years regarding changes to the third-class medical requirements. Read more
UL POWER FIREWALL FORWARD KIT AVAILABLE FOR ZENITH CH 750
Zenith Aircraft Company and UL Power North America LLC have announced availability of the UL Power complete firewall forward kit for the Zenith STOL CH 750 light-sport utility kit aircraft. The complete firewall forward (FWF) engine package includes the modern, direct-drive, air-cooled, lightweight, and fuel-efficient UL350iS aircraft engine from UL Power. This 130-hp, horizontally opposed four-cylinder/four-stroke engine has FADEC (full authority digital engine control) and multipoint electronic fuel injection with automatic altitude and temperature compensation. The full firewall forward kit includes everything builders would need to install the engine in their Zenith airframe, including engine mount, oil cooler, fuel pumps, propeller and spinner, and a newly refined fiberglass cowl.  Read more
ONLINE TRAINING FROM AMERICAN BONANZA SOCIETY
The American Bonanza Society (ABS) has rolled out a new online version of its highly regarded Bonanza Pilot Proficiency Program (BPPP) that will greatly reduce cost and provide flexible scheduling. The new plan allows pilots to complete a 13-module course online. Read more
FLTPLAN.COM AND CORPORATE ANGEL NETWORK NOW COORDINATE
Corporate Angel NetworkFltPlan.com is the leading online flight planning and flight plan filing service for the nation's fleet of business airplanes, and it is now cooperating with Corporate Angel Network to make the transportation of cancer patients to care facilities more efficient. Business airplane operators who use FltPlan.com to plan and file their flight plans can check a box online to indicate that they have empty seats available to carry cancer patients on the trip.  Read more
DISCOVER THE EXCITEMENT OF AVIATION AT EAA'S FAMILY FLIGHT FEST
Kick off springtime by discovering the exciting world of aviation with an interactive, educational family experience at EAA's Family Flight Fest, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25, at the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, the museum's younger visitors can enjoy a variety of aviation-related activities that will educate and spark their curiosity in flight. Read more
LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR EAA HOPS & PROPS 2012
Hops & PropsThis Saturday the EAA AirVenture Museum will welcome more than a thousand guests for a special evening of beer and food sampling at EAA Hops & Props 2012, March 3 from 6:30-10 p.m. in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Guests will have the opportunity to meet master brewers from around the world and learn the distinguishing characteristics of specialty beers as they enjoy live music and delicious food from area restaurants. Prices are $60 for general admission or $55 for EAA members. You must be at least 21 years of age to attend. Order tickets online or call 800-236-1025.
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WEBINARS: ALL ABOUT BATTERIES
Maintenance expert and EAA Sport Aviation columnist Mike Busch presents an informational webinar about battery types, chemistries, construction, flooded-cell versus sealed (AGM), charge, discharge, self-discharge, sulfation, when to retire/replace, how to install, instructions for continued airworthiness, battery chargers and conditioners, and more.

All webinars begin at 7 p.m. CST unless otherwise noted, and they require registration. 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. 

TERRAFUGIA SET TO APPEAR AT NEW YORK AUTO SHOW
Terrafugia TransitionTerrafugia's Transition Roadable Aircraft will make its auto show debut next month, April 6-15, at the 2012 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS), held at New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center. NYIAS attendees will get a close-up look at the company's prototype, which will qualify as a light-sport aircraft. EAA members have followed the Transition's development since the first prototype appeared at AirVenture Oshkosh 2008. First deliveries of the Transition are expected in late 2012. Learn more about Terrafugia here.
EAA MERCHANDISE: SMALL-SCALE BUILDING LEADS TO LARGE-SCALE DREAMS
Ignite someone's interest in aviation, or simply add a beautiful model aircraft to your own collection, with one of the many models now available for up to 70 percent off at ShopEAA.com. Choose from a variety of aircraft including the B-17G Flying Fortress, F4U Corsair, P-51 Mustang, F-22 Raptor, Wright Flyer, and more. Sale prices are only good through March 31, so pick one up today and enjoy some large-scale fun at a small-scale price. Shop online or by calling toll-free, 800-564-6322.
'Q' IS FOR QUALITY…AND YOU CAN BE THE BENEFICIARY
A message from EAA partner Ford Motor Company
World-class quality is at the foundation of all we do at Ford. In the recently announced J.D. Power and Associates' 2012 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, Ford Motor Company has six vehicles ranked in the top three for long-term durability in their segment: the Ford Fusion, Ford Explorer, Ford Ranger, Ford Taurus, Lincoln MKZ, and Lincoln MKX.

And we continue to go further. For instance, Ford has a patented error-proofing system in place at our North American assembly plants, and uses industry-exclusive virtual tools to evaluate and test early vehicle designs - before a single unit is built.

You can benefit from this continued focus on quality, dependability, and reliability as EAA members are eligible for special pricing on Ford Motor Company vehicles through Ford's Partner Recognition Program. To learn more on this exclusive opportunity for EAA members to save on a new Ford vehicle, click here.

Stop by your local Ford or Lincoln Dealership and check out the quality in every detail on their full line-up of vehicles.

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

Futuristic Flying Shark Also Roadable

AeroInnovations

A moving shark was the designer's inspiration for this vehicle, the futuristic "flying shark." A concept two-seat personal transport has a movable tail that provides propeller power in flight and wheel power in ground mode.

Closer Look at Flying Wing Airliner

AeroInnovations

Northrop Grumman's quiet and efficient flying wing entry in the Environmentally Responsible Aviation program from NASA is roughly 1.5 times as big as the B-2A bomber. The article provides details of the PSC flying wing airliner and cargo aircraft concept designs, including a slew of intriguing graphics.

Warthog UAV Conversion for Battlefield Air Support

AeroInnovations

DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) has a project to develop an unmanned Warthog (A-10 Thunderbolt II), which will provide battlefield-controlled close air support. The goal is to have the Warthog on target within six minutes of the request for support. DARPA expects that the control system could be used in the future for aircraft other than just the Warthog.

New and Improved Kind of STOL

AeroInnovations

Robert Englar's circulation-controlled wing (CCW) design has a co-efficient of lift more than 2.5 times greater than what a conventional STOL aircraft generates. The CCW has high-pressure airstreams directed over specially designed airfoils to create the high lift. Refining his design and applying it to GA would enable quieter, smaller municipal airports.

High School Students Design Electric LSA

AeroInnovations

A team of high school students convinced their school district to buy high-end video game computers to help design an electric aircraft for the NASA-sponsored Real World Design Challenge (RWDC). The first computer the district bought to run the wind tunnel simulations took 20 hours to run just one test, so the students found liquid-cooled gaming computers, which should be able to decrease the simulation time to four hours. The RWDC goal was to design an LSA that can fly 200 miles in less than two hours at 1,000 feet.

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: PIANO HINGES
Hints for Homebuilders
Piano hinges are used extensively on aircraft, for everything from ailerons to cowlings. In this episode, Dick and Bob Koehler, both A&P mechanics and EAA SportAir Workshop instructors, explain the different types of piano hinge material used on aircraft. Watch the video
TIMELESS VOICES OF AVIATION: WALLY FUNK
Timeless Voices
Wally Funk was a member of the Mercury 13 - a little known program in which 25 women were selected to undergo astronaut screening at the Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, during NASA's Mercury space program in the early 1960s. Thirteen women passed the intensive testing, but the program was a private experiment and never part of the official NASA screening program. Although disappointed that women were excluded from the space program at the time, Wally continued to pursue a career in aviation. She has been a flight instructor, FAA inspector, and NTSB accident investigator. Watch the video.
 
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Where Are You Flying This Weekend?
There are 72 fly-ins and events over the next two weekends in the EAA Events Calendar. Find one near you or add your event!

Q & A: I am trying to rebaffle my Cardinal from the 1974 style to the 1975-and-later style. What material should I use, 2024-T3, 6061-T4, 6061-T6, or something else? Also, is there a place that I can learn about different types of aluminum and its workability and uses?

Answer: Normally .025- or .032-thick aluminum is used for baffles, in either 2024-T3 or 6061-T6 alloys. The 6061 will be easier to form, lighter, less prone to cracking, and less expensive, and is usually the alloy of choice.

For a listing of articles about aircraft aluminum and building with it, click here.

EAA also has an excellent DVD of hints and tips for sheet metal building. You can learn more about it and order it here. (Scroll down about halfway on the page.) Also, the book Sheet Metal Building Basics is available here.

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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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Lynn Cromer, EAA 1040774, captured this photo of a Beechcraft SNB-5 with a Nikon D300. He was driving in to the Denton Airshow in Texas last June to shoot the static aircraft at sunrise when he noticed the rays of sunshine poking through the clouds. "I thought I would get arrested for my driving trying to get to the flightline," Lynn said.

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On the Flightline - General Aviation News
GAMA ADDS FOUR NEW COMPANIES
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) announced new members this week, Avfuel, Extant Components Group, ForeFlight, and Thrush Aircraft, bringing its membership to 77. Avfuel, established more than 40 years ago, is a global supplier of aviation fuel and services. Extant Components Group supports product licensing, obsolescence management, and lifecycle extension services for aging, non-core avionics and electronics systems. ForeFlight builds intelligent applications for pilots, including the award-winning ForeFlight Mobile iPad app. Thrush Aircraft provides aircraft for agricultural spray operations and fire control. For more information about GAMA's membership, click here.

CMI EXPANDS OPTIONS FOR CIRRUS SR22
Continental Motors expanded turbo normalized engine options for Cirrus SR22 aircraft. Current owners now have the opportunity to have the same turbo performance as a new SR22T aircraft. "Passing through 12,000 feet, you are still climbing at 1,000 feet per minute, getting you to the flight levels faster than you ever have before," said Keith Chatten, director of product development and applications engineering at Continental. "Flight tests show that the TSIO-550-N1B reaches 25,000 feet in just over 23 minutes and is quieter due to the 200-rpm reduction." For more information, click here.

CPS CARRIES ROTAX 912 FIVE-YEAR RUBBER REPLACEMENT KITS
California Power Systems now carries Rotax 912 fiver-year rubber replacement kits, which are furnished with the parts most commonly needed for the five-year service requirement. The kits were developed by Roger Lee for the Flight Design CT, but will work for other aircraft. For other aircraft, re-measure the fuel, oil, and coolant lines for lengths needed on different installations. If other lengths are needed, contact CPS before ordering as the parts will need to be ordered individually. For more information, click here.

CNC HAS PRE-CUT 4130 STEEL TUBES FOR 'CLASSIC' ACES
Ace Aircraft is now selling precision-cut steel tubing for the Baby Ace Model D and Junior Ace Model E fuselages and tailfeathers. The company also offers tack-welded and fully welded fuselages and tailfeathers to further reduce build times. CNC manufacturing processes can cut steel tubing to incredibly high tolerances of .005-inch, eliminating measuring, cutting, grinding, and fitting tubes one at a time. Each set of tubes is labeled, packaged, and ready to weld right out of the box. For more information, click here.

FLYING CIRCUS AIRSHOW PREPARES FOR 42ND SEASON
Virginia's longest continuously running air show kicks off its 42nd season on Sunday, May 6, at an aerodrome near Bealeton, Virginia. The Flying Circus Airshow, founded by John King Sr. in 1970, continues under the leadership of his sons John D. King, president, and wing walker John E. King II. Featured aircraft - Stearmans, WACOs, Fleets, Cubs, Champs, and others - perform formation flying demonstrations, world class aerobatics, wing walking, and classic comedy routines. Airplane rides are also available before and after the 2:30 Sunday afternoon performances May through October (weather permitting). The field opens for airplane rides at 11 a.m. and continues until sunset. For more information including admission, airplane ride prices, and a detailed schedule of events, click here.

FAR/AIM IN PLAIN ENGLISH AVAILABLE AT AIRCRAFT SPRUCE
Aircraft Spruce is carrying a new book, FAR/AIM in Plain English. The book has omitted everything you don't need to know for your sport or private pilot certificate. The balance of the traditional FAR/AIM reference book has been translated into plain conversational English that pilots and students can apply to their everyday flying. For more information, click here.

TWO NEW AEROSTAR DEALERS IN ARIZONA
Jansick Consulting, based out of Deer Valley Airport in Phoenix, and Sport Planes of Glendale are new authorized dealers of the Aerostar Festival R40S GP LSA. The R40S GP is a low-wing metal aircraft with two flight posts in side-by-side configuration. The aircraft is offered ready-to-fly as an S-LSA, and will be available shortly in kit form as an experimental amateur-built. For more information, click here.

VOICEFLIGHT APP MOVES FLIGHT PLANS TO GARMIN 430W, 530W
VoiceFlight Systems released Connected Talker, a free iPad app that allows pilots to quickly transfer flight plans from their iPad into VoiceFlight-enabled Garmin 430W or 530W GPS units. According to J. Scott Merritt, president and founder of VoiceFlight, the app can transfer an entire flight plan in seconds by generating synthetic speech. A custom audio cable, available from VoiceFlight for $25, transfers the synthetic speech to the pilot microphone jack, where it is recognized by the VFS101 system. For more information, click here.

EVEKTOR PICKS ESTERLINE CMC ELECTRONICS SMARTDECK
Evektor selected the Esterline CMC SmartDeck integrated avionics suite for the multipurpose EV-55 Outback aircraft. The FAA-certified SmartDeck system supports scalability to various types of aircraft and provides the growth capability to meet continuously evolving air traffic management requirements and support maintainability. SmartDeck integrates navigation, communication, surveillance, synthetic vision, electronic charts, and moving map functions. For more information, click here.

TEMPEST INTRODUCES NEW KITS FOR BENDIX MAGNETOS
Twelve new magneto repair kits, including six deluxe kits, for Bendix magnetos are now available from Tempest. A repair kit is generally used for 500-hour inspections, where a deluxe repair kit is for major repairs and overhauls. All Tempest magneto parts are manufactured under FAA/PMA guidelines and approval processes. New kits include capacitor part number AB-349276, which complies with the new mounting configuration versus the old-style AB-357281 capacitor. For more information, click here.

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