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July 28, 2005

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EAA Patch Jacket Contest Back By Popular Demand

"We're Seeing Some Really Nice Jackets"

By Rose Dorcey With just one day remaining, the EAA Patch Jacket Contest is back with renewed interest, after canceling last year's event due to a diminished number of entries.

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Shaw F-16s Intercept Shuttle Airspace Violator

Two F-16 Fighting Falcons, enforcing a temporary no-fly zone around the Space Shuttle Discovery launch site at Cape Canaveral, Fla., intercepted and escorted a small civilian aircraft from the area July 26.

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Klyde Morris 07.28.05

Klyde Does Oshkosh... Day Four!

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Lake Auction All Wet

No Sale

The Lake Amphibian Aircraft Company was up for auction at AirVenture on Wednesday. The auctioneer sang out, "Three million dollars - Who'll start the bidding at three million dollars?" No one moved.

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Space Shuttles Grounded

Foam Failure Freezes Future Flights

By ANN Correspondent Christopher Armstrong There will be no more Shuttle launches until NASA engineers determine the effect of debris that fell from the space shuttle Discovery during its launch Tuesday said space shuttle program manager Bill Parsons to reporters.

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'I Held The Pole' -- Dale Klapmeier

What Kind Of Plane Does Patty Wagstaff Fly?

by Aero-News Senior Correspondent Kevin R.C. O'Brien If you said, "Extra 300," you're half right -- Patty will be pleasing her fans on the airshow circuit this year in her familiar Extra 300S. But between shows she'll travel in style in her new ride -- A Cirrus SR22-G2.

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Airwolf Walker Air-Oil Separator Certificated for Cirrus SR22

STC Opens Up Large Market

Airwolf Filter Corp has been awarded a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the FAA for its air-oil separator for installation on the Cirrus SR-22 piston engine aircraft.

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Airwolf Wins Wet Vacuum Pump Certification

Reliable, Robust

Airwolf Filter Corp has successfully completed all certification testing required by the FAA for its 400 Series wet vacuum pump, a follow-on to its 200 Series wet pump launched one year ago.

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Cubcrafters Introduces New, Certified, Ready To Fly 'Top Cub'

CubCrafters has introduced the 2005 TOP CUB to attendees at EAA AIRVENTURE. TOP CUB makes its first appearance at OSHKOSH since receiving its FAA part 23 type certification in December of 2004.

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Premier Aircraft Sales, Inc. Delivers 200th Plane

Premier Aircraft Sales, with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Dallas, Texas, announced that it has delivered its 200th airplane to a retired American Airlines captain and his wife. This milestone was reached just two years after the company was formed in 2003.

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Jets For Dummies: The Eclipse 500 Makes Jet Flying Look (and Feel) Easy (Part 4)

ANN Flies The Eclipse 500... and The Eclipse Lives (Part 4 of 7)

The day of our first flight in the E-500 was a bright one. The warm New Mexico sun was already beating down on everyone at all of 0700--an ungodly hour for yours truly…

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Tiger Aircraft Cleared For Take-Off In China

Tiger Aircraft LLC has announced the successful completion of the Chinese government’s Validation of Type Certificate (VTC) for the company’s AG-5B aircraft.

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Cessna: 'G1000 Training Going Strong'

Cessna began providing customers with its exclusive Garmin G1000 factory-authorized training program in June 2004. Since that time, over 850 customers have completed the course.

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AirVenture Behind The Scenes

Next Year's Planning Starts Next Week

By Aleta Vinas ANN Correspondent The smooth, seamless appearance to aviation fans attending AirVenture this week is a credit to the behind the scenes teamwork of the EAA staff and volunteers.

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SMA Diesel Engine Equipped Cessna 182 Crosses The Atlantic

SMA SR305-230 Powered Cessna 182

One SMA SR305-230 powered a Cessna 182 across the Atlantic Ocean.  The pilots Fabrice Palumbo and Erik Jayet flew with the European Squadron, 22 aircraft that banded together for a flight to AirVenture.

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Aeromedical Evacuation Helps Overcome Platelet Shortage

U.S. Air Force aeromedical evacuation teams coordinated airlift of blood platelets for two patients in Iraq and Afghanistan recently. In the first mission of its kind, medics saved an Army soldier diagnosed with a rare and rapidly growing cancer and ensured a Jordanian coalition partner survived a flight home.

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Chelton Flight Systems Releases New Software

EFIS Software Version 6.0 For Experimental Aircraft

A new software version for Chelton Flight Systems EFIS-SV Sport has been released at Oshkosh Airventure 2005.

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XM WX Satellite Weather Bundled With New Voyager Flight Software System

Part Of A Complete Suite From Seattle Avionics

Seattle Avionics Software, says it's added XM WX Satellite Weather support to the entire new Voyager Flight Software System product line.

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Seawind Touts Ambitious Plans

Hopes For Certified Production Aircraft by January 2006

Dick Silva of Seawind Incorporated based in Kimberton, PA announced certification and production schedules for the Seawind 300C aircraft during a press conference at Oshkosh Airventure.

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