Calm winds may have prevailed outside the hangar, but inside the hangar, winds of excitement were stirring as members anxiously awaited chapter-member Gary Soloway’s L19 Birddog presentation. Recognition and scholarships filled the air as members were lauded for their accomplishment and scholarship awards. Continue reading to learn more!
EAA863’s Myron Lasater intrigued the audience on the evening of April 14, 2022 with a thorough and complete history of the Lebanon Airport. Myron gave an account of how the airport started, highlighted the important role the field played during the WWII Tennessee Maneuvers, to the present day. Click below to read more!
Retired Delta Captain Will Rondeau presented on Standard Operating Procedures for the February Chapter meeting. Will, an EAA863 chapter member, works with the EAA and MTSU developing course work regarding general aviation safety. Safety, it is the goal of all pilots. Will says he is passionate about safety and wants all pilots to continue toContinue reading “February Chapter Meeting: Standard Operating Procedures”
EAA863‘s March chapter meeting was a fun night filled with safety talks by Dan Gryder and music. Turns out, not only is Dan a focused safety aficionado, he is also quite the musician.
If you recall our previous post, Come and join our Chili Cook-Off, you may be wondering who won. Read on to find out more.