EAA Sport Aviation

One of EAA’s most popular member benefits is EAA Sport Aviation, the award-winning monthly magazine that covers the full spectrum of association activity.

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EAA Flight Advisors

EAA's Flight Advisors program is designed to increase sport aviation safety by developing a corps of volunteers who have demonstrated expertise in specific areas of flying and making them available to EAA members who may be preparing to fly an unfamiliar aircraft.

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ASTC Passport Program

EAA members can enjoy more than 300 museum and science centers worldwide free of charge, thanks to a partnership with the Association of Science-Technology Centers and its ASTC Travel Passport Program.

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Ford Partner Recognition

EAA's Ford X-Plan Partner Recognition Program is a special savings opportunity developed exclusively for EAA members. It offers you the ability to purchase or lease eligible vehicles at EAA member pricing.

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Warbirds of America

"Keep 'em Flying": That’s the motto - and the mission - of EAA Warbirds of America, the EAA division that provides programs and services to those interested specifically in former military aircraft.

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C-PLAN

Canadian EAA Members can now enjoy affordable, extensive liability and aircraft hull coverage through C-PLAN, an offering within the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan. Underwritten by Global Aerospace, C-PLAN has coverage for standard, ultralight, amateur-built, and kitplane aircraft. 

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Take a Free Eagle Flight

Take to the skies with a free introductory flight and discover the next steps toward becoming a pilot.

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Find a Flight Advisor

EAA Flight Advisors can help you find the right path to get you flying efficiently and, most importantly, safely.

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Hints for Homebuilders

Watch EAA’s collection of more than 300 “Hints” on all aspects of building or restoring.

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Getting Started

Register as an ultralight student or pilot and discover the types of ultralights you can have fun in!

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Become a Sport Pilot

Affordable, achievable, and fun! Experience the freedom of flight as a sport pilot.

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Join Warbirds

Warbirds of America membership connects you with other enthusiasts, restorers, and pilots.

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Join VAA

VAA membership connects you with other enthusiasts, restorers, and pilots.

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Join IAC

IAC membership connects you with other enthusiasts, builders, pilots, and competitors.

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Connect With Aviators

Your local EAA chapter allows you to share your interest with thousands of other members in a variety of different events and activities, including fly-ins, picnics, workshops, Young Eagles rallies, and more.

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Building an EAA Chapter

All you need to start is enthusiasm, an interest in aviation, and the desire to share this interest with other people in your community. Bring together 10 interested recreational aviation enthusiasts who are either current EAA members or ready to join EAA. For divisional chapters, you only need five members.

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Chapter Insurance Program

EAA’s Chapter General Liability Insurance Program protects chapters, their members, officers, directors, and volunteers from alleged negligence. Participation in this insurance program is mandatory for all chapters located in the United States and Canada. A policy limit of $1 million to $3 million is available.

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Academy Agenda

See all the informative fun awaiting you at a typical Chapter Leaders Academy over the course of a weekend.

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10 for 2014 Recognition

Each pilot who flies 10 or more Young Eagles during a calendar year will receive a custom “10 for 2014” lapel pin and will earn Young Eagles credits that can be used to help offset the cost of sending a young person to an EAA Air Academy session in Oshkosh or assist their local Young Eagles and youth outreach programs.

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One Week Wonder

Share the airplane building experience and help us assemble a Zenith CH 750 during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014. Watch the project take shape, add your own "hands-on" moment, and sign the logbook as one of the builders!

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September Swing

Relive the excitement and glamour of the big band era at September Swing, a 1940s-style hangar dance featuring the sights and sounds of Ladies Must Swing.

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EAA Sport Aviation

One of EAA’s most popular member benefits, the award-winning monthly magazine covers the full spectrum of association activity.

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Composite Construction

The Composite Construction course is an intensive "hands-on" workshop discussing tools needed, safety aspects of composites, moldless construction to include "hot-wiring," bonding methods for composite kitplanes, etc.

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Scholarships

EAA’s scholarship program encourages, recognizes and supports excellence among those studying the technologies and the skills of aviation. These annual scholarships help outstanding students who demonstrate financial need to accomplish their goals.

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EAA Webinars

Supported by Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co., EAA Webinars are informative and interactive, allowing the presenter to use slides and audio, while audience members can ask questions, chat, or be polled for their opinion. Registration is required, and space is limited. 

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This Month's Wallpaper

A line of stunning Stearmans make a beautiful display with the Oshkosh tower as backdrop. Volunteer photographer Laurie Goossens, EAA 854862, captured this great shot during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014.

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B-17 Tour Stops

Join us for an unforgettable experience aboard one of the few remaining airworthy B-17s in the world. You won’t want to miss Aluminum Overcast when it visits an airport near you!

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Tri-Motor Tour Stops

Climb aboard one of the first mass-produced airliners and step back in time to aviation’s golden age. A flight on EAA’s Ford Tri-Motor is a flight back to an era where air travel was considered a luxury.

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Visit Pioneer Airport

From May through October, Pioneer Airport gives visitors a unique “living history” re-creation of what airports were like during the early days of air travel. It brings back a time when the magic of flying astounded and charmed the whole world. 

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Your Flight Experience

The biggest question on your mind might be, “So what should I expect on my flight?” Get a glimpse at what you’ll experience when you take your Eagle Flight.

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Your Flight Experience

The biggest question on your mind might be, “So what should I expect on my flight?” Get a glimpse at what you’ll experience when you take your Young Eagles flight.

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EAA Annual Meeting

EAA’s Annual Membership Meeting is held annually at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The 2014 meeting is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 30, at Theater in the Woods. All EAA members are welcome to attend.

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EAA's Core Values

Inspiring
Welcoming
Passionate

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Paul Poberezny

Paul Poberezny came from humble beginnings, yet he emerged as one of the 20th century's greatest aviation leaders, creating a worldwide aviation organization and the world's largest annual fly-in event, EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

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News Releases

Get all the official news surrounding EAA and its programs.

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Advertise in Sport Aviation

EAA Sport Aviation contains the broadest editorial content and coverage for recreational aviation today - introductions to new aircraft and innovations, the latest aviation products and services, hands-on and personal experience in the nuts and bolts of aircraft ownership, and so much more.

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Why Exhibit?

AirVenture enables our commercial partners to have an unmatched forum to present their products and services to the most passionate aviation consumers.

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2013 VAA Inductee

Susan Dusenbury, EAA Lifetime 55229, began flying at the age of 15 on a private airport, Overton Field, located near her shared hometowns of Andrews and Pawleys Island in South Carolina.

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Outreach Guidelines

EAA's Community Outreach Guidelines to help coordinate and maximize offerings by providing a defined approach to responding to requests for support of community events; developing a fair and easy process to identify, evaluate, and support efforts of the non-profit community; and developing a process that allows for tracking and quantifying impact.

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HOMEBUILDERS

Dream It. Build It. Fly It.

A tradition that began with the Wright brothers continues today with you. The art of building an aircraft is the stuff of dreams. Until, that is, you build it and take to the sky.

About Tony Bingelis

Antoni “Tony” Bingelis, the son of Lithuanian immigrants, was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, on September 17,1920. He grew up in Lewiston, Maine, where as a child he built model airplanes. This was the first sign of his life-long addiction to building and flying aircraft. His very first project was a Payne Knight Twister followed by a Mignet Pou du Ciel (Flying Flea). Unfortunately, neither project was completed because the available $2.50 building fund ran out.

In 1940, soon after graduating from high school, Tony enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps and shipped out to Panama where he attended an Aircraft Mechanics course and Weather Observer course. While in Panama, Tony obtained his Aviation Cadet appointment and was shipped out to the US for cadet training. He soloed in a PT-19 at Uvalde, Texas, and continued his training in San Angelo on T-6s. In 1943, he was commissioned a second lieutenant and transferred to Randolph Field for instructor training on BT-13s. His final World War II assignment was flying supplies in C-47s over England, Belgium, France and Germany.

Postwar years in the Air Force passed quickly and Tony found himself doing odd jobs like operating a helicopter mechanic’s school in Biloxi and Wichita Falls, training liaison pilots in San Marcos, Texas, attending the National Aquatic Swimming School in Palo Pinto, the Command and Staff School in Alabama, and studying Japanese at the Foreign Service Institute in Washington. Then, to his surprise, he was shipped out to Japan … not to South America as he expected.

While stationed in Japan during 1960, Tony started his first to-be-completed homebuilt, a Piel Emeraude, in a clothes closet workshop. The Emeraude was finished in Texas six years later. This project was followed closely, by a Flaglor Scooter, an Evans Volksplane, a Turner T-40, another Emeraude, a Falco, and all of the VanGrunsven RV series homebuilts.

Tony’s philosophy was , “if you are going to write about building homebuilts you had better be a builder yourself.” A somewhat better builder than he was a pilot, Tony, nevertheless, blissfully, opted to test fly each of his own homebuilts.

Tony was a longtime supportive member of the EAA and volunteered his services beginning in the early 1950s in a number of capacities. In 1963, Tony was a founding member of EAA Chapter 187 in Austin, Texas, and organized the first Southwest Regional Fly-In (SWRFI) in Georgetown, Texas (now in Hondo).

Early in 1972, he was asked to write three articles for Sport Aviation. Those articles led to a monthly column titled, “The Designee Corner” which later became, “The Sportplane Builder.” The column continued a relentless monthly schedule for 299 consecutive how-to articles. Tony also wrote four books on homebuilding practices, “Sportplane Builder;” “Firewall Forward;” “Sportplane Construction Techniques;” and “Tony Bingelis On Engines.” These books have become classics and are still sought by new builders worldwide.

Tony was inducted into the EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame in 1995 and the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame in 2002, one year after he passed away.

Alphabetical listing of articles written by Tony Bingelis and published in EAA Sport Aviation:

  • AN Fittings (SB)|SA90(3):29
  • Adhesives (Pt.1)(SB)|SA88(10):33
  • Adhesives (Pt.2)(SB)|SA88(11):29
  • Adjustable stand,bench saw scarfer,tubing jig,fire safety (DC)|SA72(3):14-15
  • Aircraft Parts Materials/Used,new,metal,wood,salvage (DC)|SA72(2):32
  • Aircraft Seats/Design,construction,drawings (DC)|SA73(1):49
  • Aircraft Wiring (SB)|SA95(3):71-75
  • Aircraft Woodwork Basics (SB)|SA96(9):75-80
  • Alignment Procedures (TB)|SA72(3):46-47
  • Alignment during Construction (SB)|SA86(9):29
  • Altitude Encoders (SB)|SA88(8):27
  • Anchor Nuts (SB)|SA94(3):72-76
  • Baffles (SB)|SA90(2):29-34
  • Baffling your Lycoming (Pt.1)(SB)|SA86(10):27
  • Baffling your Lycoming (Pt.2)(SB)|SA86(11):35
  • Batteries (SB)|SA89(9):27
  • Battery Box (SB)|SA75(10):74
  • Battery Box Construction/Diagrams (SB)|SA75(11):16-17
  • Battery Location (SB)|SA75(10):73
  • Battery Problems(SB)|SA87(1):35
  • Before You Try Your Hand with Fiberglass (SB)|SA96(2):83-87
  • Before it Goes to Airport (SB)|SA94(10):86-91
  • Better Paint Job Tips(SB)|SA92(8):82-87
  • Biplane Rigging (SB)|SA88(2):27
  • Blunders/Mistakes due to haste,carelessness,inexperience (SB)|SA77(7):12
  • Brake Installation (SB)|SA87(10):31
  • Brakes, Parking(SB)|SA83(6):27
  • Brakes/Mechanical,hydraulic (DC)|SA74(3):25-26,60-61
  • Builders Never Had It So Good (SB)|SA96(8):74-80
  • Building Sequence (SB)|SA93(11):69
  • Building Wood Fuselages (SB)|SA96(5):73-78
  • Bungee Cords (DC)|SA73(5):48
  • Bungee Installation Tool (SB)|SA88(9):27
  • Bushings and Bearings (SB)|SA80(5):60
  • Cabin,Cockpit Heat (SB)|SA76(4):33
  • Cable Terminals & Connections (SB)|SA81(10):39
  • Canopies (SB)|SA92(10):112-117
  • Canopy Latches (SB)|SA78(10):19
  • Canopy Options (SB)|SA84(2):15
  • Canopy Retention (SB)|SA78(10):16
  • Canopy, Sliding (SB)|SA84(3):27
  • Carving Foam Seats (SB)|SA90(8):28-32
  • Clamps & Clamping(SB)|SA83(2):30
  • Closing a Wood Structure (DC)|SA74(4):53
  • Cockpit Mock-up (SB)|SA76(5):60
  • Cockpit Noise (SB)|SA92(6):80-84
  • Cockpit Standardization [Panels](SB)|SA79(9):35
  • Cockpit Ventilation (SB)|SA76(6):26
  • Construction Methods/Metal wing ribs (Pt 2)(SB)|SA76(10):24-26
  • Control Cable Fabrication (DC)|SA72(6):35
  • Control Cable Routing (DC)|SA73(8):17
  • Control Surface Balancing In Homebuilts (SB)|SA96(12):76-80
  • Control Surface Flutter Problems (SB)|SA79(7):49-51
  • Control Systems (SB)|SA93(9):82-86
  • Costs, Keep Down (SB)|SA91(9):29
  • Cowl Flap Actuator,Automatic (SB)|SA77(9):56
  • Cowling Installation (DC)|SA74(2):51
  • Cowling Installation (SB)|SA86(5):23
  • Cowling Installation Notes (SB)|SA96(10):86-90
  • Dacron (DC)|SA72(7):37
  • Deburring Practices (SB)|SA93(1):67-68|(il)
  • Drag Reduction(SB)|SA92(9):72-76
  • Drill Usage (SB)|SA95(2):60-65
  • Drilling Gear Legs (SB)|SA90(3):29-30
  • Drilling Holes (SB)|SA89(4):28
  • Drills Drilling (SB)|SA94(4):94-98
  • Drills and Bits (SB)|SA93(2):65
  • Drooped Snoot Leading Edge (SB)|SA77(2):23
  • Electrical Bonding (SB)|SA84(8):20
  • Electrical Grounding (SB)|SA94(5):88-90
  • Electrical System (SB)|SA90(4):37-41
  • Electrical System (SB)|SA90(5):29-32
  • Electrical System 12 vs 24 volts (SB)|SA89(12):37
  • Electrical System [3] Wing Tips (SB)|SA90(6):33-37
  • Electrical Systems (Pt 1)(SB)|SA77(5):29
  • Electrical Systems (Pt 2)(SB)|SA77(6):27
  • Electrical Wiring Details (SB)|SA84(9):27
  • Engine Baffles (DC)|SA73(10):14
  • Engine Compartment Heat [Oil Cooler](SB)|SA84(12):12
  • Engine Compartment Notes (SB)|SA91(8):54-58
  • Engine Compartment Notes (SB)|SA96(11):77-82
  • Engine Compartment Tips (SB)|SA90(12):29-32
  • Engine Cooling (SB)|SA93(8):38-42|Cowl Ref
  • Engine Hook-Up (SB)|SA89(8):27
  • Engine Installation (SB)|SA89(7):27
  • Engine Preparations (SB)|SA95(9):81-86
  • Engine Selection (SB)|SA90(1):29-32
  • Engine Selection (SB)|SA91(4):65-68
  • Engine Stand (SB)|SA78(11):40
  • Engines for Pushers (SB)|SA76(7):20
  • Exhaust Stack Painting (SB)|SA89(11):40
  • Exhaust Systems/Construction (Pt 3)(DC)|SA74(9):47
  • Exhaust Systems/Mufflers,heat muffs,diagrams (Pt 4)(DC)|SA74(10):27-30
  • Exhaust Systems/Planning (Pt 1)(DC)|SA74(7):31
  • Exhaust Systems/Weldments (Pt 2)(DC)|SA74(8):50
  • Exhaust Sytem(SB)|SA92(12):82-86
  • FAA Inspections (DC)|SA74(4):52
  • Fairing Strips/Construction methods (SB)|SA75(12):60-62
  • Falco Getting Started (SB)|SA80(7):16
  • Falco Progress Report (Pt.1)(SB)|SA80(6):20
  • Falco Progress Report (Pt.4)(SB)|SA83(1):37
  • Falco Progress Report (Pt.5)(SB)|SA84(4):15
  • Falco Progress Report (Pt2)(SB)|SA81(5):12
  • Falco Report (Pt.3)(SB)|SA82(2):52
  • Fiber-glass Fairings (SB)|SA78(6):19
  • Fiber-glass/Getting acquainted with material,process (DC)|SA73(4):42-44,
  • Fiber-glass/Lightweight cloth for application over plywood (DC)|SA72(8):32
  • Fiberglass Cowlings (Pt.1)(SB)|SA86(3):24
  • Fiberglass Cowlings (Pt.2)(SB)|SA86(4):23
  • Fiberglass Cowlings (SB)|SA91(11):84
  • Fiberglass Cowlings (SB)|SA91(12):82
  • Firewall, Stainless Steel (SB)|SA90(3):29-32
  • Fittings (Pt.1)(SB)|SA80(9):12
  • Fittings (Pt.2)(SB)|SA80(10):12
  • Fittings (Pt.3)(SB)|SA80(11):16
  • Flaco Flies(SB)|SA86(1):51
  • Flight Testing (Pt.1)(SB)|SA89(1):27
  • Flight Testing (Pt.2)(SB)|SA89(2):27
  • Flight Testing (Pt.3)(SB)|SA89(3):28
  • Flight Testing [First test flight](SB)|SA88(4):27
  • Flush Riveting (SB)|SA87(4):34
  • For easier Metal Work (SB)|SA91(6):36-39
  • Fuel Gage (DC)|SA73(12):26
  • Fuel Pump System (SB)|SA87(8):36
  • Fuel Pump System (SB)|SA92(4):72-76
  • Fuel Related Problems (SB)|SA94(6):69-73|
  • Fuel System Management (SB)|SA79(10):24
  • Fuel System Review (SB)|SA93(6):72-76
  • Fuel System, Gravity Flow (DC)|SA73(3):16
  • Fuel Tank Components (Pt1)(SB)|SA82(8):23
  • Fuel Tank Components (Pt2)(SB)|SA82(9):21
  • Fuel Tank, Aluminum (SB)|SA86(12):33
  • Fuel Tanks, Aluminum (SB)|SA88(6):27
  • Fuel Tanks, Fiberglass (Pt.3)(SB)|SA82(10):91
  • Fuel Tanks, Fiberglass (Pt.4)(SB)|SA82(11):61
  • Fuel Tanks, Fiberglass (Pt.5)(SB)|SA82(12):38
  • Gelled Electrolyte Battery (SB)|SA92(1):45-58
  • Getting Ready to Build(SB)|SA80(8):31
  • Grommet Shields (Firewall)(SB)|SA89(5):36
  • Gyro Instrument Systems (SB)|SA84(6):27
  • Hangaring (SB)|SA83(10):52
  • Hangaring (SB)|SA83(11):42
  • Hangaring (SB)|SA83(12):22
  • Hardware (SB)|SA85(6):22
  • Heat Treatment (SB)|SA78(5):16
  • Hinges, Piano (SB)|SA85(5):16
  • Hole Drilling (DC)|SA72(11):52
  • Homebuilt Certification (SB)|SA83(4):39
  • Homebuilt Certification (SB)|SA83(5):24
  • Homebuilt Recertification/Annual process|SA75(9):23-25
  • Homebuilts, Most Popular (SB)|SA81(7):12|(US Census 1979)
  • Homebuilts, Older (Pt.1)(SB)|SA82(5):54
  • Homebuilts, Older (Pt.2)(SB)|SA82(6):14
  • Homebuilts, Sale, Purchase [Forms (SB)|SA84(11):36
  • Hoses, Flexible (SB)|SA82(7):14
  • IFR Certification (DC)|SA75(7):17
  • If You Fly In (SB)|SA93(7):82
  • If You Fly In (SB)|SA93(7):82-86
  • Ignition Switches (SB)|SA80(4):55
  • Inlets, Submerged (NACA Ducts)(SB)|SA81(12):38
  • Inspection Access (SB)|SA76(8):24
  • Inspection and Acess Plates (TB)|SA73(8):56-57
  • Installing A Canopy Window,Why and How (SB)|SA95(7):74-79
  • Installing New Lycoming (Pt.1)(SB)|SA92(2):77-82
  • Installing New Lycoming (Pt.2)(SB)|SA92(3):84-88
  • Instrument Panel Planning (SB)|SA88(5):27
  • Instrument Panel Preparation (SB)|SA84(5):18
  • Instrument Panels (SB)|SA81(8):11
  • Instrument Panels (SB)|SA92(11):85-90
  • Instrumentation For VFR Homebuilt(DC)|SA75(3):59
  • Interiors (Pt.1)(SB)|SA85(1):49
  • Interiors (Pt.2)(SB)|SA85(2):26
  • Interiors (Pt.3)(SB)|SA85(3):18
  • Interiors (Pt.4)(SB)|SA85(4):23
  • Jacking Aircarft (SB)|SA94(11):74-79
  • Jacks(SB)|SA83(3):23
  • Jigs (SB)|SA78(12):
  • Joints in Aircraft Woodwork (SB)|SA91(10):78
  • Kits (SB)|SA87(3):33
  • Landing Gear Alignment (DC)|SA74(6):54
  • Landing Gear Notes (SB)|SA91(2):42
  • Landing Gear Problems,Solutions (Pt 1)(SB)|SA79(3):52
  • Landing Gear Retraction Details (SB)|SA80(3):40
  • Landing Gear Shock Absorbers (Pt 2)(SB)|SA79(4):57
  • Landing Gear, Retractable (SB)|SA80(2):22
  • Landing Gear, Spring Steel (SB)|SA79(5):15
  • Landing/Taxi Lights (SB)|SA84(10):29
  • Large Holes in Sheet Metal(SB)|SA93(2):67-69
  • Large Radio Stack Openings (SB)|SA90(3):29
  • Lighening Holes (SB)|SA93(1):69
  • Lycoming Engines (SB)|SA81(6):38
  • Magnetos (SB)|SA76(2):20
  • Making Your Instrument Panel (SB)|SA96(7):74-79
  • Mass Balance Control Surfaces (SB)|SA79(8):32
  • Measureing Tips (SB)|SA86(7):27
  • Metal Fairings (SB)|SA78(8):56
  • Metal Spar Construction(SB)|SA93(5):66-71
  • Metal Tips (SB)|SA89(6):30
  • Metal Work (TB)|SA72(1):14
  • Metal Working Tips (2)(SB)|SA93(2):65
  • Metal Working Tips(1)(SB)|SA93(1):66-70
  • Modificatins Good/Bad? (SB)|SA95(12):76-81
  • Modus Operandi-Personal aircraft procedures (SB)|SA96(6):78-81
  • Mufflers/Drawings (DC)|SA75(6):38-39
  • NACA Ducts/Inlets (SB)|SA76(6):26-28
  • Nailing How To Basics (DC)|SA72(12):36-39
  • Night Flying (SB)|SA93(12):81
  • Night Flying/Light systems,landing,instrument,anti-collision (SB)|SA77(12):12-15
  • Nut Plates (DC)|SA73(6):56
  • Nuts Bolts/Identification,selection,usage tips,drawings (SB)|SA79(11):14
  • Paint Preparation (SB)|SA76(11):12
  • Painting Homebuilts/General guidelines,problems,equipment (SB)|SA77(1):19-21
  • Painting Preparation (Pt.2)(SB)|SA85(8):24
  • Painting Preparation (Pt.3)(SB)|SA85(9):30
  • Painting Preparation (SB)|SA85(7):16
  • Painting Wings (SB)|SA92(7):76-79
  • Painting Your Homebuilt (Pt2)(SB)|SA95(1):68-73
  • Painting a Metal Homebuilt (Pt 1-Preparation)(SB)|SA90(9):29-32
  • Painting a Metal Homebuilt (Pt 2)(SB)|SA90(10):37-40
  • Painting a Metal Homebuilt (Pt 3)(SB)|SA90(11):33-36,75
  • Painting your Homebuilt (Pt1)(SB)|SA94(12):74-79
  • Pazmany Builders Network/Newsletter,H.Sponangle,problem solving (DC)|SA71(6):27
  • Pitot Static Systems(SB)|SA88(8):27
  • Pitot to Panel/Designing an instrument panel (DC)|SA75(4):31-34
  • Pitot-Static System (SB)|SA82(1):42
  • Plexiglas, Stretch Forming (SB)|SA88(3):32
  • Plywood (SB)|SA78(9):34
  • Plywood Skinning (Pt.1)(SB)|SA87(5):28
  • Plywood Skinning (Pt.2)(SB)|SA87(6):29
  • Propeller Sizing (DC)|SA73(2):35
  • Propellers, Fixed Pitch (SB)|SA86(8):28
  • Push-Pull Controls/Drawings (DC)|SA72(4):27-28
  • Push-Pull Tube Controls (SB)|SA81(11):35
  • RV-6 Assembly Notes (SB)|SA90(3):33
  • Radio Noise (SB)|SA95(4):73-77
  • Recreational License (TB)|SA95(9):2
  • Rigging Trimming (Pt1)(SB)|SA94(7):111-116
  • Rigging/Trimming (Pt2)(SB)|SA94(8):98-104
  • Rigicell/Aluminum construction,fiberglas fuel tanks (DC)|SA72(10):51-54
  • Rivet Gun Notes(SB)|SA88(1):31
  • Riveting/Skinning Tips (SB)|SA87(7):39
  • Rudder Cable Fairings (SB)|SA89(11):37
  • Rust Protection (SB)|SA95(10):86-91
  • Safety Inspections (DC)|SA73(11):35
  • Safety Wiring (SB)|SA94(9):76-80
  • Sanding, Abrading (SB)|SA89(10):34
  • Seat Mechanisms, Sliding (SB)|SA83(7):56
  • Setting Up Shop (SB)|SA90(7):32-36
  • Shoulder Harnesses (DC)|SA74(1):59
  • Sliding Canopies, Doors, Latches (Pt 1)(DC)|SA74(12):17
  • Sliding Canopies, Doors, Latches (Pt 2)(DC)|SA75(1):55
  • Sliding Canopies, Doors, Latches (Pt 3)(DC)|SA75(2):32
  • Spark Plugs (SB)|SA95(5):68-72
  • Spars, One-Piece Box (SB)|SA80(12):10
  • Spars, One-Piece Box (SB)|SA81(1):34
  • Special Tools Cache (SB)|SA96(4):74-77
  • Spinner Installation (SB)|SA93(10):78
  • Spinner Safety(SB)|SA87(2):27
  • Spinners (SB)|SA76(1):57
  • Spoilers for Roll Control,Homebuilts (SB)|SA77(10):28-31
  • Stall Spin Safety (SB)|SA81(4):47
  • Stall Warning Devices (SB)|SA83(9):20
  • Stick-On Trim(SB)|SA86(2):54
  • Surplus/Salvage Parts (SB)|SA87(9):29
  • Swedish Motorsailers,Government Regulation,Exhaust Systems (DC)|SA75(5):60
  • Swinging the Compass (SB)|SA96(3):72-77
  • Switches (Pt.1)(SB)|SA85(10):23
  • Switches (Pt.2)(SB)|SA85(11):54
  • Switches (Pt.3)(SB)|SA85(12):57
  • Tail Wheel Installation (SB)|SA79(6):15
  • Tandem Two-Place Design (DC)|SA70(5):27-28|ALSTON|
  • Taps and Dies (DC)|SA72(5):26
  • Tips on Glue (TB)|SA72(3):12
  • Tire Care (SB)|SA95(11):80-85
  • To Build Or Not To Build(SB)|SA93(3):27-31
  • Trim Tabs (SB)|SA76(3):19
  • Tube Bending (SB)|SA83(8):48
  • Tubing End Flattening (SB)|SA84(10):76
  • Turner T-40 (Pt.2)(SB)|SA77(3):26
  • Turner T-40 (Pt.3)(SB)|SA77(4):26
  • VW Engine Hints (DC)|SA73(7):43
  • VW Engine Users (SB)|SA78(7):15
  • VW Engines (Pt.1)(SB)|SA78(3):17
  • VW Engines (Pt.2)(SB)|SA78(4):19
  • Ventilation Options (SB)|SA94(1):72-77
  • Ventilation System (SB)|SA91(3):41-45
  • Washers/Rubber/Fiber Construction (SB)|SA88(8):28
  • Weatherstripping (SB)|SA87(11):27
  • Weighing Homebuilts (SB)|SA91(7):80-84
  • Weight & Balance (SB)|SA78(1):17
  • Weight Control (SB)|SA78(2):13
  • Welded Steel Tube Structures (SB)|SA80(1):56
  • What to Build (SB)|SA93(4):69
  • What to Build/Choosing a homebuilt project (DC)|SA73(9):57-58
  • Wheel Pants (SB)|SA79(12):24
  • Wheel Pants/How to install (DC)|SA75(8):52-53|(diagrams)
  • Windshield Covers (SB)|SA79(2):64
  • Windshield Trim Work (SB)|SA92(5):70
  • Windshild Fitting(SB)|SA84(1):57
  • Wing Flap Mechanisms (Pt.1)(SB)|SA82(3):26
  • Wing Flaps (Pt.2)(SB)|SA82(4):33
  • Wing Modifications (Pt2)(SB)|SA81(3):19
  • Wing Modifications (SB)|SA81(2):35
  • Wing Plan Geometry (Slats)(SB)|SA81(9):55
  • Wing Rib Construction (SB)|SA76(9):19
  • Wing Ribs - Metal (SB)|SA76(10):24
  • Wing Stand, Mobile (SB)|SA87(12):27
  • Wing Tip Design (SB)|SA88(12):27
  • Wire Installation (SB)|SA84(7):42
  • Wiring Practices (SB)|SA88(7):27
  • Wood Aircraft (SB)|SA91(5):71-75
  • Wood Propeller for Your Homebuilt (SB)|SA91(1):71-74
  • Wood Propellers (DC)|SA74(11):18
  • Wood Wing Ribs (SB)|SA94(2):79-83
  • Wood Wings-Construction (SB)|SA96(1):75-80
  • Wood, Laminating, Bending (SB)|SA86(6):28
  • Working with Acrylics,Plexiglas (DC)|SA72(9):18
  • Workshop Clutter (DC)|SA74(5):54
  • Workshop Tips (SB)|SA95(6):69-75