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Tailwheel Endorsement 07 - Pavement

Pavement is less forgiving than grass runways and makes a straight landing even more crucial.

16 Flight 07: Emergencies

Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — Practicing emergencies isn't as scary as it sounds.

B-29 “Doc” Restoring History

A project update on the volunteer-driven effort to restore a Boeing B-29 Superfortress to flying condition. When completed, "Doc" will be only the second flying B-29 in the world. (excerpt from August 2014 Chapter Video Magazine)

AirVenture Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Update

AirVenture Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Update

Monday July 29, 2013 Update

Clouds and chill gave way to sun and warmth as AirVenture 2013 got off to its official start on Monday. EAA's John Nicholson has a look in this AirVenture Update.

B-29 Doc to Attend AirVenture

The fully restored B-29 Boeing Superfortress named Doc will attend its first EAA AirVenture during the convention in Oshkosh, July 24-30, 2017.

B-29 Pilot Debbie Travis King

The first woman to pilot a B-29 in 70 years came to AirVenture 2013 with the Commemorative Air Force and "FIFI." Debbie Travis King of Dallas told her story to EAA.
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