The IAC helps facilitate the three following scholarships annually. All three scholarships have an application deadline of June 30, 2021. Application forms can be downloaded from the IAC website: www.iac.org/scholarships . Follow the submission instructions on the application form carefully. Return the completed applications to: iac [at] eaa.org ( ) The recipients of the these three scholarships are announced at AirVenture on July 30, 2021 at the...(read more)
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This time on EAA’s The Green Dot, we sat down with ...(read more)
Happening NOW! - the Mark Fullerton Memorial Bear Creek Bash in Rome, Georgia (Southeast Region) and the Lone Star Aerobatic Championship in Sherman Texas (South Central Region)! Top-placing participants in each Region must fly in at least 3 IAC sanctioned contest during the year to qualify for the Regional Series annual award.
The Mark Fullerton Memorial contest is the third in the Southeast region. Current Standings (with two contests completed) show the following leaders;...(read more)
In this month's EAA Hangar Flying, Mike Gallaway IAC 23924 was featured today. The piece originally ran in the April 2021 issue of Sport Aviation magazine. Read all about Mike, who is our current CIVA representative at inspire.eaa.org/2021/05/05/volunteer-spotlight-mike-gallaway.
Mike is the contest director for the Lone Star Aerobatic Championship coming up...(read more)
The IAC holds annual elections for its officers and directors with the help of volunteers who provide support in the nomination and election processes. DJ Molny is currently the IAC Ballot Certification Chair. Recently DJ was appointed the Judge Program Chair, which is keeping him busy. He would like to open up an opportunity to train a replacement volunteer on the ballot certification committee this year so a new chair will be ready to take on the task without him in 2022.
The Ballot Certification Chair position requires a volunteer who has the ability to use a web browser, log in...(read more)
It is with great sadness that IAC chapter 88 Michigan shared the news of David E. "Dave" McKenzie's, IAC 2032, passing. "Our sympathy goes out to Nancy, his son Mike and family," said Hugo Ritzenthaler IAC 88 Vice President.
"Dave was instrumental in getting chapter 88 started," said Hugo. From a brief history of the chapter, Hugo pointed to Dave's efforts in the 1970s: In the early years the chapter held a series of flying meetings at various local airports in order to gain publicity and new members... We offered aero instruction in 15 and 30 minute segments at the meeting in a...(read more)