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By Valerie Anderson

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Flyover from the ground as several of our members participated in a Missing Man fly over for Roland. Pilots fly this magnificent and solemn aerial maneuver for other pilots that have passed on as a tribute and showing of love, respect, and camaraderie for a brother pilot. Pilots were Kurt Vongraffe in the BT-13, Chuck Fogle in the Stearman, Rod Dantzler in the Decathlon, Carroll Joye in a Cessna Skyhawk and Rodney Tumbleston and Jim Paquin in a Cessna Cardinal.

 

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In the constant rush of today's world, we all seem to lose contact of our priorities. Read the story of 1000 Marbles and maybe it will help put things back in order!

 

The Experimental Aircraft Association is an organization that promotes all forms of recreational aviation. It was started in 1953 by a group of individuals in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who were interested in building their own airplanes. Through the decades, the organization expanded its mission to include antique and classic aircraft, warbirds, aerobatic aircraft, ultralights, helicopters and commercially manufactured aircraft.

This organization brings people together with an interest in recreational aviation, facilitating social interaction and information sharing between aviation enthusiasts. Many of the services that EAA offers provide valuable support resources for those that wish develop and improve various skills related to aircraft construction and restoration, piloting, aviation safety, and aviation education.

EAA is a national organization with local chapters all over the world. Information is shared through various publications, chapter newsletters, websites, air shows, and numerous other programs. .

You don't have to be a pilot or aircraft owner to be a member of EAA. You can find different ways to fulfill your aviation interest, whether it's visiting the world's premier aviation event . . . EAA AirVenture Oshkosh or participating in EAA's Young Eagles (which has given one million kids an airplane ride.)

 

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