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October 1, 2010

With the completion of the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships, the United States team has been selected for competition at the 2011 World Aerobatic Championships. They are:

• Jeff Boerboon

• Rob Holland

• Michael Racy

• Robert Armstrong

• Hector Ramirez

• Goody Thomas


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October 1, 2010

The 2010 United States National Aerobatic Championships is completed and our 2010 Champions are:

• Unlimited Power sponsored by Northwest Insurance: Jeff Boerboon

• Advanced Power sponsored by Extra Aircraft and Southeast Aero: Michael Montgomery

• Intermediate Power sponsored by Aviat: R. Scott Dierolf

• Intermediate Glider: Justin Lennon, USAFA


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September 13, 2010

The files collectively containing the proposed rule changes and Known sequences (Sportsman and Intermediate only) for 2011 have been posted to Oshkosh 365. Oshkosh 365 will be the ONLY place for IAC members to make official comment on these proposed rules and knowns.

August 26, 2010

Recognizing those who make aerobatics fun for the rest of us

By Allyson Parker-Lauck, IAC #15590

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

The Frank Price Cup

The Frank Price Cup was created...

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July 31, 2010

I, Ann Salcedo as Election Official, do hereby certify that I have received and counted the votes of members cast by ballot for the election of Officers/Directors to the IAC Board and report that the following persons received the number of votes set opposite their respective names:

Total Ballots Counted 816

Invalid Ballots:     5

OFFICER ELECTION RESULTS                       YEAR 2010


1. Doug Bartlett     Total Votes:  770


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July 30, 2010

CP Aviation is pleased to announce this year’s winner of the Emergency Maneuver Training Scholarship, Vera Martinovich. Vera works for Boeing as an aircraft flight control engineer and is also a part time flight instructor. Vera said that she did not know Vicki but talked to her at Oshkosh a few years back.

In her essay she said “I’d like to take the EMT course to become a more effective teacher”. She also goes on to say “I believe expanding one’s experience beyond garden variety “nosedragger” Cessnas and Pipers will help any pilot improve his or...

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