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Attention, All Veterans!

Join us Friday, July 26, at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh as we celebrate the men and women who fought for our freedom.

Oshkosh, Here We Come!

By the time you read this we will be within days of arriving at our beloved EAA AirVenture, or as most of us call it, just Oshkosh.

EAA Needs Your Help!

Calling all EAAers, AirVenturegoers, aviation enthusiasts, and pilots alike! We’ve had a tremendous response so far, but we still need your help tracking down photos you may have of some of the aircraft that were at EAA Oshkosh in 1970.

We Need Your Photo Help!

Calling all EAAers, AirVenturegoers, aviation enthusiasts, and pilots alike! EAA needs your help! We are looking for any photos that you may have of some of the aircraft that were at EAA Oshkosh in 1970.

Dozens of EAA Chapters Hosting Flying Start Events in May

More than 60 EAA chapters across the country are hosting Flying Start events during the month of May to commemorate Learn to Fly Day on May 18.

FAA Issues Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin Regarding Some Lycoming Engines

The FAA has issued an SAIB for Lycoming engines with parallel valve cylinders and head assemblies shipped between September 1, 2013, and April 30, 2015.

State Official Touts Tourism at EAA

Anne Sayers, Wisconsin's deputy tourism secretary, stopped at the EAA Aviation Museum to kick off National Tourism and Travel Week on Monday.

EAA Asks Supreme Court to Avert a Crisis

EAA recently filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court urging the court to reverse a decision regarding aircraft manufacturer liability.
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