IAC is proud to announce that Matt Chapman will be bringing his Eagle II to Oshkosh and will perform in the airshow with the Eagle on Wednesday, July 26th. Matt is IAC #10521, a veteran airshow performer who has displayed at Oshkosh for many years, and a former member of the US Unlimited Aerobatic Team. Matt competed in the 1996 and 1998 World Aerobatic Championships and was the highest placing American in the 1998 event. He was instrumental in the USA bringing home a Team Silver medal that year. We are delighted Matt will be paying tribute to the 40th anniversary of the Eagle during the...(read more)
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The 2017 IAC Election balloting is now open. IAC members should go to the homepage's upper right hand corner where it says "Members: Please Vote" and review the election announcement and the profiles provided by the candidates in accordance with the IAC by-laws. After that review, click on the "cast your vote" link and vote. The election results will be announced at the IAC annual membership meeting at EAA AirVenture on Friday, July 28th. The meeting will open at 8:30 am at the IAC Pavilion on the convention grounds.
Preparations for the IAC's exhibition theme, " EXTRA and Eagles", during EAA Air Venture will include a full roster of forums at the IAC Pavilion. The forums are scheduled daily from Tuesday, July 25 through Friday, July 28 beginning at 8:30am daily..
In keeping with the exhibition theme, Mark Ciaglia and Lynn Ojala start off the forums on Tuesday morning with their forum entitled, "The Untold Adventures of Building and Flying the Christen Eagle II". On Wednesday, Michael Lents, CFI and Professor at the University of...(read more)
...He has coached and mentored pilots at contests and on practice days, she is the type of judge that others look to for her understanding of the technical aspects of judging and has always been fair and unbiased, he is the epitome of an IAC volunteer, whether he is coaching, mentoring, judging, or the contest starter, she is always willing to share her expertise, his passion has always been aerobatics and aerobatic aircraft design. Do these descriptions sound like someone you know?
Each year, the membership of the IAC nominates outstanding volunteers to be...