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July 23, 2017

It is with much heartache and regret that I inform you that Margo Chase lost her life late yesterday afternoon in an accident at Apple Valley, California. She was practicing an Unlimited sequence in her Panzl at the time. We do not know the cause and will not speculate out of respect.

Margo was one of the most skilled, talented, and dedicated people I have ever met in my life. Though I first met her a few years at a Board meeting, over the last three years we worked very closely on IAC projects and my admiration for her only grew. She was bright, intelligent, and simply fun to be...

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July 22, 2017

With thousands of attractions, workshops, forums, and more happening during AirVenture even experienced attendees could use a little help getting around from time to time. The AirVenture app is the perfect resource to help.  Click HERE to download the EAA AirVenture app and find the IAC forums.


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July 21, 2017

Follow all of IAC's Airventrue activities on social media outlets:


Instagram: iac_hq

Snapchat: iac-hq

  •      On Snapchat share your own photos and videos on IAC's snap story

Here's a sample of this weeks pictures July 17-21, 2017


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July 9, 2017

Each year, the membership of the IAC nominates outstanding volunteers to be recognized for their contribution to the sport of aerobatics. The award recipients are selected by secret ballot of the IAC Board of Directors.

IAC President Robert Armstrong presented the recipients with their awards at the IAC Gathering of Members on Friday evening, July 27th at the EAA Nature Center during AirVenture in Oshkosh.  In the past, these awards have been presented at the U.S. National...

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July 4, 2017

The first informational Bulletin for the 2017 U.S. National Aerobatic Championships has now been finalized and is published as a PDF available for download below. The Bulletin contains a wealth of important information regarding the Nationals including schedules, arrival procedures, entry fee details, and many other important pieces of information for those attending as competitors and volunteers.

June 28, 2017

The easy answer is everyone! Whether you are a competitor, judge, volunteer, observer or family member. For the first time in over 40 years, Nationals has a new home. Participating in the championships in Oshkosh on the AirVenture grounds will be special. And it will be secure. EAA is providing us with gate security, so ID or wristbands will be issued for entry to everyone who comes to the Nationals this year.

Register online:

The IAC has...

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