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Category: Hall of Fame

Jim Moss Inducted into Vintage Hall of Fame

Cross posted from eaa.org VINTAGE AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME 2017 Inductee Jim Moss, EAA 477508 Vintage Aircraft Association posthumously inducted James S. “Jim” Moss, an Indiana native and a later resident of Buckley, Washington, into the VAA Hall of Fame. Jim, a former U.S. Marine Corps pilot and retired Northwest Airlines captain, is the [&hellip…

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Dale Gustafson Inducted Posthumously into EAA Hall of Fame

OSHKOSH, November 5, 2015: Thursday evening the late Dale “Gus” Gustafson was inducted posthumously into the EAA Sport Aviation Hall of Fame. The recognition was presented by EAA Chairman Jack Pelton and Vintage Vice President Dave Clark who was a close friend of Gus, fellow Antique Judge, and who became Vintage Chief Judge after Gus had [&hellip…

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Dale Gustafson to be Inducted into VAA Hall of Fame

The original story below has been updated on November 10, 2015 here: Dale Gustafson Inducted Posthumously into EAA Hall of Fame Volunteer for 40 years to be honored posthumously in November. June 11, 2015 – The late Dale “Gus” Gustafson, a 53-year EAA member who was involved in vintage aircraft activities for more than 42 [&hellip…

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Oregon paper honors Tim Talen VAA Hall of Fame inductee

All of us at Vintage were delighted to read an article from The Register-Guard in Eugene, OR honoring Tim as the most recent member of the Vintage Aircraft Hall of Fame.  The article is a great read, but our favorite part below is about the unique home Tim and his wife have created. It’s plane to [&hellip…

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Timothy Talen, 2014 Vintage Hall of Fame Inductee

Timothy Talen, EAA 8615 Timothy Talen, founder of the Oregon Antique & Classic Aircraft Club and founding director of the Oregon Aviation Historical Society, is an aircraft restoration master. In addition to many partial restorations, Timothy has fully restored at least 20 airplanes, including seven Interstates, a Cessna 120, two Cubs, a 1932 Fairchild 22, [&hellip…

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