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Vintage-EAA-logos August 2014 AirMail – See You in OSHKOSH!Geoff Says…As you read this month’s abbreviiated edition of Vintage AirMail, I am already in Oshkosh with many of your Board Members and returning volunteers, all working for and awaiting your safe arrival. Again, everyone needs to be aware that the Air Force Thunderbirds will be performing on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and their full [&hellip… Read More
Vintage-EAA-logos AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) now availableThe Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 is available for download here. The NOTAM, which is in effect from 6 a.m. CDT Friday, July 25, through noon CDT on Monday, August 4, 2014, outlines procedures for all aircraft that fly to Oshkosh for the event, as well as the aircraft that land and depart at [&hellip… Read More
thunderbirds Thunderbird Burn Line Changes Friday-Saturday-SundayVintage will need all our available volunteers during the afternoons of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  Federal regulations require that the Burn Line (visitor do-not-cross viewing line) be moved west each of these days to accommodate the larger aerobatic box needed by the high-speed jets. The following information from EAA Headquarters details the procedures which will be implemented [&hellip… Read More
DSC_0360 June 2014 AirMail  Geoff Says…Welcome to this month’s edition of the EAA Vintage Aircraft Association’s AirMail E-Newsletter. The planning for this year’s edition of EAA Oshkosh has now reached a fevered pitch. We are all working very hard toward meeting the many goals we have set for ourselves in making this another successful and exceptional event for [&hellip… Read More
chapter 29 -2 Airport Action: Vintage Chapter 29 and 2,900 Young Eaglesby Ron Alexander, VAA 27150 A number of airfields were constructed during World War II in locations throughout the United States. In the San Francisco Bay Area, along the eastern shoreline, one of these airbases is still in use today – not by the military but for general aviation use. Hayward Executive Airport (KHWD) was first [&hellip… Read More
GeoffHeader April 2014 AirMail: Oshkosh 2014 Planning, The Flitfire Cub  Geoff Says… Welcome back to the EAA Vintage Aircraft Association’s Vintage AirMail e-Newsletter. Planning for the 2014 episode of EAA Oshkosh is already beginning to heat up. Your Board of Directors, the many Committee Chairmen and Chairwomen, and the virtually hundreds of Vintage Volunteers are carefully planning the event details, and we are all [&hellip… Read More

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Less than one week until Oshkosh! Everything is coming together and the excitement is building! We can't wait to see all of you vintage airplane enthusiasts up here in a couple days! ... See MoreSee Less

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Bob RogersIt's on my bucket list but not this year . I wish I could .1   ·  12 hours ago

Terry LawrenceLove thoses old cubs !!! :)5 hours ago

Wil BradhamWhat great aircraft!!!! Classic8 hours ago

Tony WickmanJust love Cub !10 hours ago

Mike PeteMountain Men airplane!10 hours ago

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