by Doug Bartlett
by Gerry Molidor, IAC 14825
Over the holidays, we had quite a productive debate regarding the “N” figure in the 2004 Sportsman compulsory (Known) sequence, which was approved unanimously by the board in October 2003. Several important points of thought came from those discussions, and I want to share a few of mine with our membership.
Nothing is more special than being a part of our U.S. National Aerobatic Championships. Every time I visit the Grayson County Airport, aka the former Perrin Air Force Base, I reminisce what it must have been like back in the 1940s and ’50s when classes of self-motivated bright young pilots competed with each other to be the best in their class. Here we are more than 50 years later in the same place, and the same sort of thing is still happening.
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