Why We Fly

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One Piece at a Time

Jim and Ken Kreutzfeld, EAA 797045 and 76669, painstakingly restored this 1943 Howard DGA-15P, the...

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The Second Westfall Special

When Jeff Paulson, EAA 263515, brought this striking little biplane to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, he found that almost nobody knew what it was.

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Meet Miss Montana

Miss Montana started life as a C-47, operated stateside by the U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II, and went on to a proud career dropping smoke jumpers from a base in Missoula,...

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Easy Company Paratrooper Shares His Story

I have conducted hundreds of interviews with veterans and people of interest in aviation and history. So, why was I nervous for this one? I was about to call one of the real-deal, 101st Airborne paratroopers made famous as a...

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Give Flight Milestone

Congratulations to EAA Chapter 27 on the completion of their RV-12 build project (part of EAA’s Give Flight program) and first flight.

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ENJJPT: The Flying Cowboys of Texas

ENJJPT The Flying Cowboys of Texas Report and photos by George Karavantos June 14, 2020 Right in the heart of Texas, somewhere north of Dallas, stands one of the largest training facilities in the US Air Force. Sheppard Air...

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