Paul H. Poberezny: Building a Movement

Paul with the Pober Sport homebuilt aircraft, flown by Ander Ljundberg around the U.S. in 1960.

Paul with his Pober Sport aircraft, one of 15 airplanes Poberezny designed in his lifetime.

Audrey and Paul Poberezny in front of modified P-51s at Reno, Nevada, where Paul was chief judge of the Reno Air Races for many years.

Paul preparing to fly one of his favorite airplanes, the P-51 Mustang.

(From left) Tom, Paul, and Audrey Poberezny led major growth in EAA in the 1970s and 1980s.

The vintage P-51 is guided into EAA's newly built Eagle Hangar in 1989 with Paul Poberezny.

Paul heads off on one of his annual rituals in the 1980s and 1990s – a Harley trip spent visiting EAA chapters and small airports t

Paul Poberezny met presidents and celebrities, but was perhaps most comfortable in his own workshop.

Paul Poberezny believed in high standards and installed them in EAA staff and volunteers, as well as in his own aircraft building project

Two Wisconsin originals: EAA Founder Paul Poberezny on one of the several Harley Davidson motorcycles he owned through the years.

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