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January 12, 2019

The New Year opens the 2019 Judge training cycle!  For certified Judges the 2019 Judge Revalidation & Currency Exam is online.  For everyone who would like to work on becoming an IAC Judge, and for competitors and friends who want to know what Judges look for, please view the online Judge training and do the Judge Knowledge Quizzes.

IAC chapters have begun posting...

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January 9, 2019
The IAC Executive Committee has appointed a working group to incorporate the Rule Proposals that were approved at the November 2018 Fall Board meeting. 
 
The working group is anticipated to complete the 2019 Rule Book well before the first Judge's School in February. The tentative release date is January 31, 2019. If there are changes or further developments  to the intended release date, news will be posted to the IAC website.
 
As previously posted to the website in December, the approved Rule Proposals are listed ...
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January 3, 2019

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December 27, 2018

Here are the final results of the First Ever Texas Championship Series.  Analogous to the regional series,...

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December 17, 2018
The World Advanced Aerobatic Championships are headed back to the USA in 2022 after CIVA delegates accepted a bid from the International Aerobatic Club and IAC Chapter 12 to host the 15th biennial event. Dates are set for October 11-22, 2022.
 
Duncan Koerbel, IAC 437649 and President of IAC Chapter 12, attended the CIVA plenary in Warsaw, Poland on November 10 to present the bid. The bid named Jean, Nevada as the contest site, citing the proximity to Las Vegas, Nevada as a key point of interest for international pilots and their families and friends. The Jean...
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December 13, 2018

On November 8, 2018 at the EAA Halls of Fame Banquet, longstanding IAC member Tom Adams was inducted into the IAC Hall of Fame.

Adams (IAC 1999) learned to fly by training with his father and helped pay for college by dusting crops in a 450 Stearman. He served in the Marine Aviation Cadet program in Pensacola, flying A-4D Skyhawks, and eventually began a 32-year career with Northwest Airlines. Adams retired as a captain on the 747-400 after logging time in more than 100 different aircraft types.

His aerobatic career began with a self-built Pitts S-1C in regional IAC...

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