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SOLIDWORKS Education Premium Now Free for EAA Members

In the weeks leading up to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, Marie Planchard of DS SolidWorks notified EAA that its members would now have access to a version of SOLIDWORKS that had previously only been made available to engineering schools — SOLIDWORKS E

AirVenture 2019 Aircraft Awards

Hundreds of gorgeous, striking airplanes arrive at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh each and every year in hopes of winning a Lindy Award.

Ford, Roush Unveil One-of-a-kind ‘Old Crow’ Mustang GT to be Auctioned for EAA Aviation Programs at AirVenture 2019

Ford and Roush Performance Tuesday unveiled the 2019 "Old Crow" Mustang GT, a charity collaboration project that pays homage to World War II triple ace pilot Col. C.E. "Bud" Anderson of the U.S. Army Air Forces and the legendary P-51 Mustang fighter

Rebuild an Airplane/Start a Flying Club

The Ayrborne Aviators is a group of pilots who meet at Lubitz Flying Field, a small grass strip airport (CLB2) in southern Ontario, also called Plattsville Airport. The Ayrborne Aviators is also Ultralight Pilots Association of Canada Squadron 5 and

EAA NAMES CONNOLLY AS DIRECTOR OF MUSEUM AND EDUCATION

Ron Connolly, a U.S. Army veteran pilot who has an extensive history in education and leadership, has joined the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) as Director of Museum and Education.

EAA Welcomes Doc Back to AirVenture

Doc makes its return to Oshkosh for the 50th anniversary of AirVenture.

Co-Founder of SiriusXM Radio Comes to Quebec

I first learned a little bit about Martine Rothblatt because she built a hangar at my local airport, CZBM, in Bromont, Quebec. The more I heard, the more I felt motivated to find out, and the internet was able to tell me plenty.

The Last Raider: Dick Cole Dead at Age 103

EAA members were saddened Tuesday to hear of the death of Lt. Col. Richard Cole, the last of the famed Doolittle Raiders, at age 103.
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