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EAA Airventure

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, one of the world's premier aviation events, has set its dates for the next seven years through 2020. While the 62nd annual EAA fly-in convention at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wis., will be held on July 28-August 3, future years will schedule the event to run completely in late July. That slight schedule shift affects only three or four years out of every seven, with a goal of ending on the last Sunday in July each year.

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Rans Designs, Inc.
S-20 Rans Raven Passes Load Testing

RANS Designs is happy to announce the S-20 Raven has passed a battery of static load test and the final version of the airframe is entering full production. Testing of the fuselage included Vertical and Horizontal stabilizer, rudder and elevator, control system, and landing gear.

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AOPA announces new focus on grassroots events in 2014

AOPA has decided to suspend holding its annual Aviation Summit in favor of reaching more members "where they fly." Aviation Summit in Fort Worth, Texas, from Oct. 10 through 12, will be held as planned and is shaping up to be one of the best ever. We are on track for thousands of members to join us and the exhibit hall is nearly sold out, with new exhibitors still signing up. But convention plans for 2014 have been canceled.

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Aircraft Spruce
Powerswatch Mobile Solar Charger Available at Aircraft Spruce

If you need a portable energy source for your phone, iPod, tablet, GPS device, ereader, camera or flashlight; look no further than PowerSwatchâ„¢ - SunWarrior's first consumer product designed to address a variety of mobile energy applications. PowerSwatchâ„¢ utilizes high efficiency monocrystalline solar panels that are integrated with a rugged fabric for lightweight portability.

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Quicksilver Aircraft
QUICKSILVER AERONAUTICS COLLABORATES WITH IDENT LLC Using the First Primary Aircraft to Assist America's Defenses

Quicksilver Aeronautics has produced more than 15,000 kit-built aircraft since the early 1970s, but so far it has not been a significant player in the U.S. defense community. Thanks to a collaboration with IDENT, LLC, that may be changing.

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Dan Johnson - Aviators Helping Aviators