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June 28, 2013

The nomination deadline for outstanding IAC volunteers to be recognized for their contribution to the sport of aerobatics has been extended to July 15, 2013
It's easier than ever to nominate this year - use the on-line form!  Click HERE to make an on-line nomination. You can nominate your fellow IAC'ers for one of the five awards listed on the Non Flying Awards ...

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June 20, 2013

Over the past thirty years, there has scarcely been a person who has attended the EAA Fly-In (now known as AirVenture) who has not heard the voice of Roscoe Morton, also known as the “Voice of Oshkosh”, over the public address system. Over the years, he announced hundreds of airshow performances and interviewed countless aviation personalities during the course of his service to EAA – both at Oshkosh and the Sun ‘N Fun Fly-in in Lakeland, Florida and many other aviation events. We are sad to announce that Roscoe passed away on Saturday, June 15th, at his home in Frostproof, Florida at the...

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June 20, 2013

On April 15, 2013 IAC published proposed updates to P&P Section 504, dealing with team selection, and solicited member comments. The following changes were made in response to feedback received during the comment period:

  • “Power” added to Unlimited and Advanced Teams to differentiate from Glider.
  • At paragraph 2(c)(1)(c), “U.S.” added prior to “Unlimited Power Team”, and, pilots accepting these automatic team positions must so...
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June 15, 2013

This year's IAC election packet, mailed in early June, asks for your vote to adopt improvements to IAC's governance proposed by the board.  You may vote in person at IAC's annual meeting at Oshkosh, or by returning the proxy card enclosed in the election packet.

Find more information here [login required].

June 4, 2013

Carl Bury, IAC 1625, former president of the International Aerobatics Club, passed away on May 31 in Savannah, Georgia. He was 81.

Carl was IAC’s third president, succeeding Verne Jobst in 1978 and serving until 1981. One of the founding members of IAC Chapter 34 in Ohio, he was instrumental in organizing the chapter’s early competitions. After his leadership capabilities and business talents came to the IAC leadership’s attention, he became more involved at the national and international level and was vice president before taking over as head of the organization.


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June 3, 2013

OpenAero ( Version 1.3.2 can now be set to print forms A, B, and C acceptable for use at IAC contests. Remember that all submitted Free programs must be checked, signed and dated by a current IAC Judge per IAC Rule 6.14, and that the competitor has final responsibility for the legality and legibility of the forms. IAC does not specifically test, approve, or endorse any sequence design or drawing software.