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    Our goal is to promote and encourage the preservation and safe operation of ex-military aircraft, better known as Warbirds.
    These wonderful aircraft are an important part of our aviation heritage. Please join us in our efforts to “Keep ‘Em Flying!”

    Learn more about the benefits of membership in EAA Warbirds of America!

    EAAer Honored by France for Service in World War II

    Douglas Ward, EAA 285865/Warbirds of America 596052, of Mondovi, Wisconsin, has regaled thousands of people over the years talking about his experiences as a ball turret gunner in a B-17 bomber during World War II.

    The 91-year-old flew 37 missions in the European theatre from April-September 1944 - many of those experiences described in the book, Turret Tales - From a WWII Ball Turret Gunner, by Judie Ohm based on Doug’s stories, entries from his journal, and wartime letters.

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    Douglas Ward

    The Battle of Midway

    FREE ADMISSION to the General Public

    Thursday, September 18 | 7 - 8:30 p.m. | EAA AirVenture Museum

    Aviation Adventure Speaker Series Six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States defeated Japan at Midway in one of the most decisive naval battles of World War II. Get a detailed look at how advances in code breaking allowed the United States to preempt and counter Japan’s planned ambush.

    Enjoy a beyond the barrier cockpit climb in various World War II aircraft immediately following the presentation.

    For more information visit or call 920-426-6823.

    the Battle of Midway



    August 29, 2014 - CULPEPER-VA – Culpeper Air Fest will serve as a home base on Friday-October 10 for the ground-breaking Potomac Flight, a unique flyover of Washington D.C.’s greatest landmarks including the Pentagon and Arlington National Cemetery. This once-in-a-lifetime flight will feature the North American T-6 Texans - a 2 seat aircraft used as the advanced trainer for World War II pilots. Designed by North American Aviation, Inc., and first flown in 1938, the “Texan” quickly became the most popular trainer aircraft for the U.S. Military in the 1940’s and 1950’s.

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    EAA September Swing

    August 13, 2014 - Relive the excitement and glamour of the 1940s at EAA’s “September Swing!” This big band hangar dance will feature the sights and sounds of Ladies Must Swing, an all-female, 19-piece jazz band from Madison, Wisconsin. Learn to swing dance (or practice your skills) from 7:30 to 8 p.m. and then dance the night away amidst an authentic collection of World War II planes, vehicles, and artifacts.

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    September Swing

    Check Out the World's First Online Interactive Flying Experience

    July 24, 2014 - A new venture will be online this year at AirVenture Oshkosh 2014. Rick Siegfried and Glenn Olsen have put together an exciting way to take part in the AirVenture experience.

    If you have ever wondered even a little bit about what it is like to pilot high performance aircraft or have ever been a little bit curious about what it is like to be a pilot, do we have an opportunity for you.
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    July 14, 2014 - EAA AVIATION CENTER, Oshkosh, Wisconsin – (July 10, 2014) – The search for viable alternatives to leaded avgas is moving to the next stage as the FAA prepares to begin evaluating fuels submitted for testing through the Piston Aviation Fuels Initiative (PAFI), announced today by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). July 1 marked the deadline to submit candidate fuels.

    The FAA received 10 replacement avgas proposals from the world’s fuel producers, including submissions from Afton Chemical Company, Avgas LLC, Shell Oil, Swift Fuels, and a consortium consisting of BP, TOTAL, and Hjelmco. Read More

    Another ‘Mossie’ Takes Flight in Canada

    June 19, 2014 - At 3 p.m. on the afternoon of June 16 a newly restored de Havilland 98 MK.35, better known as the Mosquito, fired up its Rolls-Royce Merlin engines and flew for the first time in 48 years after a long-term restoration. The flight took place at Victoria International Airport in Sidney, British Columbia, flown by Steve Hinton, EAA 181203/Warbirds 12506.

    Restoration of the bomber was completed by Victoria Air Maintenance Ltd., and owner and Director of Maintenance Mike Ingram said the plane “flew perfectly” on Monday. He added the plane was being prepped for delivery to Vancouver and its registered owner, Robert Jens, of Richmond, British Columbia. Read More

    Commemorative Air Force and Experimental Aircraft Association return ‘Heavy Bombers Weekend’ To Madison, WI

    Unique gathering features legendary B-25 Mitchell, B-17 Flying Fortress and P-51 Mustang  
    June 9, 2014 − In a second annual rare gathering of World War II-era aircraft the CAF and EAA are joining forces for a “Heavy Bombers Weekend” in Madison, Wisconsin the weekend before EAA AirVenture. The 3-day event starts Friday, July 25, 2014 and will feature an airworthy B-25 Mitchell Miss Mitchell; the B-17 Aluminum Overcast; and the P-51 Mustang Gunfighter.

    Other attending aircraft include a T-6 Texan, Canadian Harvard MK IV, Vultee BT-13, Ryan PT-22, L-5 Sentinel, T-33 Shooting Star and an OV-1 Mohawk. Most of the airplanes will be available for ground tours and rides. Additional ground tour aircraft include an Air National Guard F-16, UH-60 Black Hawk, UW MedFlight Helicopter and many experimental aircraft. Read More

    2014 EAA Warbirds of America Warbird Safety Forums: Annual Re-Focus on Safety

    June 6, 2014 – As AirVenture 2014 fast approaches, we all look forward to the many facets of our annual pilgrimage to Oshkosh. Catching up with old friends, re-connecting with familiar airplanes, and enjoying new ones are all part of the trip. As usual, we offer you an opportunity to set aside some time to focus on what is arguably the most important aspect of enjoying Warbirds: operational safety. The joys of owning and operating a Warbird can instantly change to headaches (or much worse) when something goes wrong. While it is impossible to eliminate future accidents and mishaps entirely, we can reduce (and have reduced) the rate of accidents and incidents by learning what exactly brings these events to pass. The EAA Warbirds of America Warbird Safety Forums 2014 again bring you an opportunity to meet with type-specific fellow pilots and to have safety discussions led by well-respected Warbird operators. Read More  

    EAA to Commemorate 70th Anniversary of D-Day

    Veterans among special guests for June 6 program
    May 29, 2014 – The 70th anniversary of the massive D-Day invasion of World War II will be commemorated at the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh on June 6-7, including programs with veterans of the Allied offensive that began on June 6, 1944. Read More


    FAA Handbook FAA-H-8083-16, Instrument Procedures Handbook (IPH)

    May 27, 2014 — This handbook supersedes FAA-H-8261-1A, Instrument Procedures Handbook, dated 2007. It is designed as a technical reference for all pilots who operate under instrument flight rules (IFR) in the National Airspace System (NAS). It expands and updates information contained in the FAA-H- 8083-15B, Instrument Flying Handbook, and introduces advanced information for IFR operations. Instrument flight instructors, instrument pilots, and instrument students will also find this handbook a valuable resource since it is used as a reference for the Airline Transport Pilot and Instrument Knowledge Tests and for the Practical Test Standards. It also provides detailed coverage of instrument charts and procedures including IFR takeoff, departure, en route, arrival, approach, and landing. Safety information covering relevant subjects such as runway incursion, land and hold short operations, controlled flight into terrain, and human factors issues also are included.  

    FAA Handbook FAA-H-8083-16 can be viewed electronically at


    Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight II to Depart EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014

    May 15, 2014 – Old Glory Honor Flight, in partnership with American Airlines, is organizing Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight II, a one-time opportunity for Vietnam veterans in Northeastern Wisconsin to visit the memorials in Washington, D.C., built to honor their service and to recognize their many sacrifices. Read More

    Vietnam veterans receive a hero’s welcome back to Oshkosh at the first Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight in 2013.
    Photo by Craig Vander Kolk

    EAA Warbirds of America Seeks Hall of Fame Nominations

    April 28, 2014 — EAA Warbirds of America wishes to recognize individuals, either living or deceased, who have furthered the cause of EAA Warbirds of America and/or the warbird movement in general. These may include, but are not limited to: restorers, aviators, educators, innovators, award winners, leaders, record setters, technical contributors, etc.

    For details visit:

    All petitions for consideration in 2014 must be submitted to (email):

    Or mail to:

    EAA Warbirds of America Hall of Fame
    3000 Poberezny Road
    Oshkosh, WI 54903-3086

    Carry-over nominations from year to year will not be allowed. A person that is not chosen in a given year will need to be re-nominated for future consideration.

    The induction ceremony will be held during the EAA Fall Board Meetings at the EAA Aviation Center in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (Nov., 2014)


    Great War Flying Museum to Bring Four Replica WWI Planes to Oshkosh

    April 17, 2014 - Four outstanding replica aircraft from the Great War Flying Museum, of Caledon, Ontario, Canada, will participate in EAA's World War I aviation centennial activities at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014. The aircraft include the museum's Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter, Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a, Nieuport 28, and Fokker Dr.I. Read More


    EAA Welcomes Full B-17 Crew for Special Flight

    April 14, 2014 - EAA's Boeing B-17G Aluminum Overcasthas made many memorable flights throughout the country, but one would be hard-pressed to come up with one more special than what occurred on Monday afternoon, April 14, in Oshkosh. Ten World War II United States Army Air Corps veterans – representing all 10 Flying Fortress crew positions from pilot to tailgunner - were brought here to be reunited with the aircraft in which they helped to preserve liberty and freedom. All from Wisconsin, they ranged from age 90 to 94, and brought family members with them. Read More

    B-17 Veterans

    B-17-Vets – Ten World War II United States Army Air Corps veterans representing all 10 Flying Fortress crew positions were given a special flight in EAA's Aluminum Overcast April 14

    Mercy Flight Southeast and Stallion 51 Picks Raffle Winner
    Volunteer Pilot Jim Penn wins the flight-of-a-lifetime in a P-51 Mustang

    April 9, 2014 Stallion 51 Corporation teamed up with Mercy Flight Southeast to raise funds for their volunteer pilot organization by raffling a flight in Stallion 51’s Mustang. Hundreds of people from all over the country bought tickets hoping to win a hands-on orientation flight. The winner was announced at the Sun ‘N’ Fun Fly-in April 5th. Angel Flight South Central Volunteer Pilot Jim Penn from Fort Worth, Texas was the lucky winner.

    Jim Penn has been a pilot for over ten years and flying for Angel Flight South Central since 2007. He has recently upgraded from a Columbia 400 to a TBM. Both aircraft are well suited for flying volunteer pilot medical missions as well as business travel. Jim is a CPA by trade, and an expert witness concerning business valuations and financial matters, frequently flying his airplane to do business. “I particularly like to fly children, especially those who live in rural areas and would not be able to receive the kind of medical care they require where they live.” Jim remarked. “My favorite missions were for a two year-old named Caroline who had a rare autism spectrum disorder called Rett Syndrome. There was no cure for her disease so she had to make frequent trips to Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama.
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    P-51 Technical Orders Are Now Available

    April 8, 2014 — Cal Pacific Airmotive, Inc. now has the North American Aviation Technical Orders required to comply with LTC-11 (P-51) available on their website: 

    Click on the “Media” page to view or download.  Some of these Tech orders are referenced in their Service Bulletin P51-001.

    This is important reading for our members who own and operate the North American P-51 Mustang.


    Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to Swing at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014
    Concert sponsored by DAV, Warbirds of America caps daylong Salute to Veterans

    April 3, 2014 - Award-winning swing band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy joins the marquee musical lineup slated for the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 fly-in as the grand finale of a daylong salute to veterans on Friday, August 1.

    One of the nation's most prolific and energetic bands, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy will take to the stage on AirVenture's main showcase square for an evening performance hosted by EAA Warbirds of America and Disabled American Veterans. This Friday concert has drawn huge crowds in recent years and again will be the highlight of a veteran-focused day.

    As a modern swing revival band from Southern California, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's career boasts successful performances at the 1999 Super Bowl, an appearance in the film Swingers, and numerous television appearances including The Tonight Show and Dancing with the Stars. Some of their noteworthy singles include "You & Me and the Bottle Makes Three Tonight" and "Go Daddy-O.". Read more

    Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

    Capping this year's Salute to Veterans Day, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy will swing at the main showcase stage at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014. Photo credit: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

    EAA Calls FAA Move Toward Rulemaking on Medical Certification ‘A Good Initial Step’
    Agency announces initiative after strong EAA/AOPA push on exemption, legislation

    April 2, 2014 — The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is calling the Federal Aviation Administration’s announcement to begin a formal rulemaking process on expanding medical self-certification for pilots a good initial step, and supports any initiatives to modernize the aviation medical certification system for recreational flying.

    The FAA announced today that it would begin a rulemaking project that would consider allowing private pilots to substitute the medical requirements of a valid driver’s license in lieu of a third-class FAA medical certificate. 
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    EAA Invites WWI Aircraft to AirVenture Oshkosh 2014

    March 13, 2014 – A call is going out to all World War I-era aircraft, aircraft replicas, and reproductions to join in commemorating the centennial of World War I aviation technology at the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014, July 28-August 3 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Read more

    EAA Workshops

    Two Remaining Lancasters to Form Up Over England

    February 28, 2014 – The world's only two remaining airworthy Avro Lancaster bombers will be together this summer as the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's (CWHM) prized Lanc will be flown to England to join the Royal Air Force's renowned Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) in August. News of the historic flight across the Atlantic comes from the CWHM eFlyer newsletter. Read More

    Canadian Warplane

    The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's Avro Lancaster bomber will fly to England in August 2014.

    Hoover Tribute Photo Gallery

    February 28, 2014 - Here are some images from photographer Jim Koepnick featuring the aviation community's February 21 tribute to legendary pilot and mentor Robert A. "Bob" Hoover at the Paramount Studios Theater in Hollywood, California. Attendees honored Hoover's incredible 60-plus year flying career during which he was a test pilot, fighter pilot, air show performer, aviation statesman, teacher, and mentor. View More Photos

    Hoover Tribute Photo Gallery

    Free Live Webinar

    February 25, 2014, – Free Live Webinar! March 13, 2014, Notice Number: NOTC5195
    The live safety seminar comes to you! No need to travel, sit on a hard chair, endure uncomfortable temperatures, or be exposed to colds or flu! Join us for this informative program and earn WINGS credit!

    In-flight loss of control (LOC) has emerged as the number one causal factor for fatal general aviation accidents. On the premise that prevention is better than cure, this live webinar will focus on practical ways to help prevent in-flight loss of control rather than recovery techniques. In addition to the technical reasons for aircraft loss of control, this webinar will examine the human factors that are frequently cited as underlying causes in LOC accidents. Several recent accidents will be discussed and analyzed to learn from the mistakes of others.
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    Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In Offers Admission Discounts to EAA Warbirds of America Members

    February 18, 2014 - The SUN ‘n FUN International Fly-In & Expo will be celebrating its 40th year during April 1 – 6, 2014!  Our event is a six-day aviation extravaganza that hosts over 500 aviation exhibitors, sponsors and advertisers.  We welcome guests from all fifty states and from over eighty countries. Read More

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    2014 Sun 40 Sprints at Sun ‘n Fun

    February 12, 2014 - SUN 'n FUN - Lakeland, Florida - In celebration of the 40th year of SUN ‘n FUN, the Cat Shot and Sprint competition is returning to SUN ‘n FUN! A short 40 mile course featuring both a timed takeoff and timed circuit around the course from a flying start will be open to piston aircraft. Sharp piloting skills and precision navigation is required on such a short course to be successful. Classes will be based on participation. Participation will be limited due to tight schedule constraints during the April 3rd Thursday afternoon airshow. A mandatory pilot briefing will be conducted on Thursday morning, April 3rd. Make plans now!

    for registration and more information.

    Sun n' Fun Logo

    B-29 Superfortress Doc Restoration Nearing Completion

    January 31, 2014 – Volunteers have made significant progress restoring the Boeing B-29 Superfortress named Doc since work resumed on the project in 2013. Newly restored engines are being installed on the aircraft in preparation of the next major milestone known as “power on”. Volunteers are targeting first flight later this year. Read More

    EAA, FAA Review Full Agenda at Summit

    January 30, 2014 - Clearing the path for today's aviators and looking ahead to the possibilities in future years highlighted two days of work by EAA and FAA officials during the 10th annual Recreational Aviation Summit, held at the EAA Aviation Center on Tuesday and Wednesday. Read more

    EAA-FAA Summit

    Senior EAA and FAA officials discuss important issues at the 10th annual Recreational Aviation Summit this week in Oshkosh.

    Sun ‘n Fun Information

    January 29, 2014 – Pilots can find the 2014 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In NOTAM, several weeks before the event, online at:, or phone the Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In at 863-644-2431.

    Lakeland ATC will operate from 06:00 – 22:00 EDT. However, the Sun `n Fun aircraft parking area (south side of the airport) is closed from 19:30 – 07:00 EDT. Warbird type aircraft arriving after 1930 EDT will be parked at Columbia's ramp until the following morning. Consult the NOTAM for more information.

    The FAA asks that all pilots do a final radio check upon arrival to check for inadvertent ELT activation. All aircraft at the fly-in must be tied down. Tie-down cables are provided on the ramp. In all other areas, pilots must place tie-down augers into the ground. NOTE: BRING YOUR OWN TIE-DOWN EQUIPMENT…ALL AIRCRAFT MUST BE TIED DOWN.

    Pilots flying large, multi-engine warbird type aircraft to the 2014 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In are asked to contact the Warbirds Line Chief, Noel Mareno at (214) 244-1927 or for aircraft parking configuration. Read More

    Mercy Flight Southeast to Raffle off a Flight in a P-51 Mustang

    January 10, 2014 – Few would disagree that the P-51 Mustang is the most iconic fighter in the world. The Mustangs lines are classic, the sound of her Merlin engine music to the ears and her contributions to WWII legendary. Introduced in 1940 to provide air protection during bombing missions, the Mustang was a formidable foe to the enemy while being a dream to fly for the Allied pilots.
    Stallion 51 keeps the dream of flying a P-51 alive for those who have the opportunity share the cockpit and take the controls of one of their dual cockpit-dual control Mustangs. Stallion 51 is partnering with, 
    Mercy Flight Southeast to raffle off a chance to fly in this important piece of aviation history while helping Mercy Flight Southeast’s worthy mission. Read More

    NTSB Issues Five New Safety Alerts

    January 2, 2014 - The National Transportation Safety Board issued five safety alerts for GA before the end of 2013 in hopes of further mitigating accidents by pinpointing hazards and offering practical remedies to address them. The alerts focus on proper ELT use and installation, carb ice awareness, self-locking fiber/nylon nuts, ensuring restraints are working and used, and securing loose items in the cockpit. Read More

    Restored Treasure: Recovered Navy Hellcat Dedicated at Pensacola

    December 12, 2013 – On January 20, 1999, Taras Lysenko of A&T Recovery in Chicago submitted a proposal to the United States Navy to rescue several World War II aircraft submerged beneath the icy waters of Lake Michigan. They had crashed during carrier training operations for WWII pilots in the 1940s. Among the wrecks was a Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat, BN 25910, which crashed more than five decades earlier while attempting to land on the USS Sable. Read more


    Shell Announces Development of Unleaded GA Fuel

    December 11, 2013 – Shell today became the first major oil company to develop a lead-free replacement for aviation gasoline (avgas 100 and 100LL) which will now begin testing and evaluation under FAA regulation. According to Shell's announcement today, the new lead-free formulation comes after 10 years of exhaustive R&D, as well as successful initial testing, carried out in the last two months by two original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Read More

    EAA Urges Support for Bill on Sleep Apnea Policy

    December 11, 2013 – EAA urges members to contact their congressional representatives and express support for a bipartisan bill that would force the FAA to subject its new draconian sleep apnea policy to a formal rulemaking and public comment process. Read more

    Sleep Apnea photo

    AirVenture Included on Initial Air Force Thunderbirds Schedule

    December 11, 2013 – The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, one of the world's premier military jet teams, has scheduled an appearance at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh as part of its 2014 flying schedule. The 62nd annual EAA fly-in convention is scheduled for July 28-August 3 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Read more


    Participants Sought to Help Celebrate 70th Anniversary of the End of WWII

    December 6, 2013 - The weekend of August 15-16, 2015, will commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. Nell Calloway, who is the granddaughter of Gen. Claire Chennault, 1st American Volunteer Group commander and leader of the Flying Tigers, and WWII veteran Jerry Yellin, who flew the P-51 in combat over Japan from Iwo Jima, are currently working with other members of the warbird community to plan events and activities for this historic occasion. Read more

    AirSupport Continues DAV Aviation Outreach Program, Return to AirVenture

    October 31, 2013 - AirSupport LLC is pleased to announce the continuation of its 12-year relationship with the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) with a new agreement in support of the DAV Aviation Outreach Program. This continued relationship includes the eighth year for the DAV Flight Team to appear at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014. Read more


    BTD-1 Destroyer Headed to Tennessee Museum

    October 28, 2013 - The Hixson Museum of Flight located in Chattanoooga, Tennessee, is in the process of retrieving a very rare military aircraft that helped shape modern fighter jets and bombers that we have protecting our country today. Read more

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    U.S. Navy ‘Blue Angels’ to Perform at Sun ‘n Fun 2014

    October 23, 2013 - The United States Navy’s Flight Demonstration Squadron, The “Blue Angels” will be the featured air show performers at the 40th Annual SUN ’n FUN International Fly-In & Expo, scheduled for April 1-6, 2014 on its campus at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida. Read more

    Lee Lauderback to Be 2013 Warbirds Inductee Into EAA Hall of Fame

    August 22, 2013 - EAA Warbirds of America is proud to announce Lee Lauderback of Orlando, Florida, as its 2013 inductee into the 2013 EAA Sport Aviation Hall of Fame.

    Lauderback was selected by the Warbirds Nominating Committee and approved by the Board of Directors during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. The 2013 EAA Sport Aviation Hall of Fame ceremony will be held Thursday, November 14, at the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

    The EAA Sport Aviation Hall of Fame was established to honor the outstanding achievements of men and women who share the spirit of EAA's founder Paul Poberezny: a passion for the freedom that flight offers. Those inducted into the Hall of Fame are selected by their peers for the myriad of contributions made to their particular realm of flight - and aviation as a whole.
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    EAA Founder Paul Poberezny Passes at Age 91

    August 22, 2013 - EAA Founder Paul Poberezny passed away this morning (August 22) at Evergreen Retirement Village in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, after a battle with cancer. He was 91.

    The Poberezny family has expressed the following: "We deeply appreciate all the support shown to Paul and Audrey over the past five months. As Paul often said, he considers himself a millionaire because through aviation he made a million friends. He leaves an unmatched legacy in aviation and can be best remembered by all the people who discovered aviation through his inspiration to create EAA. We also thank you for respecting our family's privacy during this time."
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    Visit EAA's Paul Poberezny online tribute section



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