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Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2009||04||12||Sport Aerobatics||RVs, Aerobatics, & You 5 pg|
|2006||09||118||Sport Aviation||Mike Seager Trains RV-ators: A full-time transition instructor specialist 3 pg|
|2006||03||46||Sport Aviation||Winning Hand: A Pair of 10s Goes the Distance For A Pair of Builders (7 pg)|
|2005||07||62||Sport Aviation||Over The Edge Again: True kit builders have one thing in common: They can never get enough (7 pg)|
|2005||05||18||Sport Aviation||Customer-Built RV-10s Expected at Oshkosh (2/3 pg)|
|2004||11||20||Sport Aviation||Second RV-10 Makes First Flight (1/2 pg)|
|2004||04||26||Sport Aviation||Sporty Sedan: RV-10 Flying Qualities Review (7 pgs) by Ed Kolano|
|2003||10||73||Sport Aviation||Creating a Buzz: RV-10, Miss Veedol draw admirers at Northwest EAA Fly-In (article is 7 pgs)|
|2003||10||32||Sport Aviation||Van’s Aircraft RV-10 (AirVenture 2003) (2/3 pg)|
|2003||07||27||Sport Aviation||4-Place RV-10 Flies: Heading to AirVenture (2/3 pg)|
|2001||11||22||Sport Aviation||More News on the RV-10 (1/4 pg)|
EAA members can view digitally archived editions of EAA Sport Aviation here.