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July 3, 2015

Congratulations to the individuals on the following page who have applied for and received Achievement Awards from flying in a non-contest environment (Smooth Achievement) or at contest (Stars Achievement) in the second quarter of 2015.

All award recipients since 1970 can be found on the Achievement Award webpages:

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June 20, 2015

IAC's officers, directors, staff, and volunteers are now in the final phase of preparation for the much-anticipated EAA AirVenture which begins on July 20th. 

Highlight of the event for IAC members will be the 70th Anniversary Pitts Exhibit which will be on display in the IAC Pavilion. Sixteen vertical panels along with over 60 photos and text will tell the history of the Pitts Special and the pilots who flew it to fame and glory. Just to the south and east of the IAC Pavilion will be the parking areas for the 77 Pitts Specials which...

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June 19, 2015

Listen to Skip Stewart talk about Pitts Modifications and Johnny White give tips, advise and recommendations on maintaining your Pitts at the IAC Pavilion during AirVenture!

Join Skip Stewart on Tuesday, July 21 at 10:00am when he discusses modifications made to his airshow machine - Prometheus. His plane started its life as a Pitts S-2S and is highly modified with a horse power increase to 400, a big three bladed prop and the rear canted landing gear to name a few. So, you won't want...

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June 8, 2015

June 16  | 7:00pm CDT |   Aircraft Control at High Angles of Attack

Benjamin Freelove  - Listen in on a discussion on the dynamics and techniques for precise control of  airplanes operating at high angles of attack including, near stall, post stall and deep stall conditions.

June 1, 2015

It's not too late to nominate an IAC member for the Annual Non-Flying Awards. June 30th is the deadline for all nonimations. Take time and give recognition to an outstanding IAC member who spent his or her valuable time volunteering for the benefit of many in 2014.

Click here to make an online nomination. You can nominate your fellow IACers for one of the five non-flying awards listed:...

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May 23, 2015

Billy Werth leads off at the IAC Pavilion with the first forum of the AirVenture schedule on Tuesday, July 21 at 8:30am.
With over 8000 hours of flight time in 20 different aircraft, with 900 of it teaching folks how to fly upside down, Billy will be sharing his expertise in a forum titled, “Getting your head around Unusual Attitude Recoveries”. Billy says his forum can be Pitts specific or not, depending on the crowd, so don't be afraid to ask him about other aircraft types.


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