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July 30, 2005

07.30.05 ANN PODCAST

Live From Oshkosh 2005! July 30th, 2005

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Triple Threat: Piper's 2005 Meridian (Part One)

By ANN Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell No matter what the forecasters may say, there is a very healthy market right now for well-designed, single-pilot-flown light turboprop singles... and one of the most popular, for the moment, seems to come from New Piper Aircraft.

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Klyde Morris 07.30.05

Klyde Does Oshkosh... Day Six

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Harrison Ford Extends EAA Young Eagles Chairmanship An Additional Two Years

Actor, pilot and EAA member Harrison Ford will serve as EAA Young Eagles program chairman for another two years, after announcing his intentions to an enthusiastic crowd...

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ANN Free Classifieds Featured Ad: Cirrus SR22-G2

For Sale: 2004 Cirrus SR22

Only One Meticulous Owner Since New! 170 TT, Warranty valid until May 2006, Call Premier Aircraft Sales, 800-564-2463  Exterior Quality: 10, Interior Quality: 10 Used, will sell for $389,000.00

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Eyeballs And I-Pods

AirVenture Lost and Found is Popular Place

By Rose Dorcey A bewildered looking EAA'er walks up to the AirVenture Lost and Found building. With a wink and a smile, booth volunteer Phillip Curtiss asks the man, "What did you lose, or are you lost?"

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Be A Pilot Program Recognizes 250,000th Pilot Prospect, Major Donors

What's Oshkosh?

By Rob Finfrock Rick Roberson was thrilled to earn a trip to Oshkosh for being the BE A PILOT program's 250,000th pilot prospect… once he learned how important that was.

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Jets For Dummies: The Eclipse 500 Makes Jet Flying Look (and Feel) Easy (Part 6)

An initial climb to 15,000 feet, to a test area South of ABQ, and slightly retarded throttles (about 90%) produced about 670 pph, while I sampled the overall feel and investigated each axis of control.

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EADS Socata Highlights At AirVenture 2005

Increased Growth, Capability and Improved Training At EADS Socata

By ANN Correspondent John Ballantyne Andrew Knott, VP of Marketing for EADS Socata, opened the session by announcing that this was only his second day on the job. The unusual and tasteful Socata exhibit at AirVenture was filled with aviation reporters.

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Mike Riggs Returns With Escape Pod

Seagull ESCAPE POD Flies!

By ANN Correspondent John Ballantyne In 2003 ANN first brought you a report of the Seagull ESCAPE POD. Then it was only a dream of designer Michael Riggs, demonstrated through a non-flying mock-up. Now, Mike and Linda Riggs display two flying examples of the fully enclosed streamlined trike.

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Lessons Learned From Tragedy

Former NTSB investigator shares cautionary tales

By Rob Finfrock Why? That is the question that is often on Greg Feith's mind. In his over 20 years as a Senior Air Safety Investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) it was his job to ask it.

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Type Certificated: DA40-FP

The fixed pitch version of Diamond's popular DA40-180 Diamond Star has received FAA certification.

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ANN Keeps Fast Company: Oshkosh 2005 Major Sponsor Columbia Aircraft

The folks at ANN move around fast -- that's how we get all those stories long before anyone else. But... when it comes to getting around fast, even we have to admit that we take a back seat to those speed-demons from Bend, Oregon... the Columbia Aircraft gang.

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Geren Designated Acting Air Force Secretary

The President has designated Pete Geren to be the acting Secretary of the Air Force, replacing Michael L. Dominguez.

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ANN At Oshkosh '05: Plane Of The Day

Sikorsky S-38 Replica 'Spirit of Carnauba'

By John Dorcey Its 1935 and your company is searching for another source for the carnauba palm tree. The leaves of this tree provide the finest natural wax in the world and are a vital part of your company's line of products.

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First Flight: VSI’s Night Vision Cueing and Display

Vision Systems International, LLC (VSI), a leader in advanced Helmet Mounted Display (HMD) technology, announced that its Night Vision Cueing and Display (NVCD) made a successful first flight on board an F/A-18F as part of a collaborative effort to demonstrate the night capabilities of the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS).

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AirVenture Cinema

Take A Break

By John Dorcey It's not the size of Theatre in the Woods or showing first run movies, but the Flying Cinema is a rare treat for the flying movie buff. Northeast of the NASA building, the theatre is located in the south end of the Activities Center.

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