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January 4, 2020

December 18, 2019

In mid-December, U.S. Advanced Aerobatic Team Captain, Jeff Petrocelli contacted Mike Heuer to let him know of the team pilots’ nomination for him to serve as the team’s manager. Although he had the team manager position on his “bucket list” of things to do in aerobatics, he was pleased and surprised to get the call.

Mike brings considerable FAI and CIVA experience to the table, which our teams strongly need to be successful. They require an experienced advocate on the championships site who knows the rules as well as all the personnel involved. Mike has...

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December 27, 2019

Nationals to be held in Salina, Kansas, 20-25 September 2020 and Duncan Koerbel approved as contest director

At the IAC's Fall Board Meeting, November 6-7, 2019, the location and dates of the 2020 U.S. National Aerobatic Championships and contest director were approved by the IAC Board of Directors. The championships will return to Salina, Kansas September 20-25,2020 and Duncan Koerbel IAC #437649 was approved as the Contest Director.  Duncan served as the assistant contest director at the 2019 Nationals and was recommended highly by Ron Schreck board member and 2019  Nationals...

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December 9, 2019

*Sportsman through Unlimited 2020 Knowns are now posted on the IAC website: Member Login required: https://www.iac.org/sequences

*The 2019 Primary sequence will be used for 2020.


December 9, 2019
The IAC is now activated as an approved 501(c)3 on Amazon Smiles. If you follow the link below all eligible purchases you make on Amazon through this link will give the IAC .5% of your purchase price. It doesn't sound like much, but pennies add up to dollars.

Please give it a try as you do your Amazon Christmas shopping!

 

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The...

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November 27, 2019

The IAC Rule Book "Refactoring" team has just released the new IAC rule book!  Please help the rule book team out by carefully reviewing the text for errors.  This new rule book says 2020 but should be a match for the rules we used in 2019.  The rule change proposals accepted by the board at the fall meeting will be incorporated after the expiration of the member comment period.

The refactoring team whittled our 269 page book down to just under 100 pages!  

The comment period closed December 31, 2019. Watch for the new 2020 IAC Rule Book sometime at the end of January.


October 22, 2019

Stephen Kurtzahn will be joining the EAA/IAC team on Monday, October 28th as the new IAC Executive Director.  Steve will have responsibility over all IAC operations; including managing events such as the IAC presence at AirVenture and the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships. In the role, he will enjoy interacting with the IAC Board of Directors and building support for the IAC membership and IAC chapters while continuing to grow the relationship between IAC and EAA.

 Steve is originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, but has also lived in California, Washington, North...

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