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Thursday 7/10

9 AM Tent A  FAA – TBA
9 AM Tent B .
9 AM Tent C
9 AM Tent D Nachthexen: Night Witches in WWII - Bruce Hughes Like the US WASP, the Russians used women pilots. However Russian women flew in battle against the Germans. Most were night bombers. Many were killed in service.
10:15 AM Tent A  FAA TBA
10:15 AM Tent B Fuel System Basics - Don Hall Basic fuel system design will be discussed in detail. This will include critical review of the fuel systems on several experimental LSA kits and aircraft.
10:15 AM  Tent C
10:15 AM Tent D Dave Wheeler TBA
11:30 AM Tent A  FAA TBA
11:30 AM Tent B How You Can Use Your Flying Skills to Help Your Community and Those in Need     Learn about volunteer opportunities for both pilots and non-pilots alike in flying missions, fundraising and health care outreach, including Angel Flight West’s adopt-a-hospital program. Angel Flight is our nations largest charitable flying network. You can be a part of it. Get involved and it will change your life.
11:30 AM Tent C
11:30 AM Tent D
12:45 PM Tent A How Airplanes Fly – Shawn Pratt Chief Flight Instructor, Safety in Motion Flight Center – Designed for kids and those that want to know the parts of an airplane, how they fly and how the pilot controls the airplane both on the ground and in the air.
12:45 PM Tent B Waterborne For Today’s Environment – Dan Stewart - How the waterborne system covers paint fabric and metal aircraft. The equipment needed and the best techniques used to get the best finish. The safety of using waterborne products. WWW.stewartsystems.aero
12:45 PM Tent C The Need for Mission Aviation – Gary Elliott  – This workshop helps listeners understand the pivotal role of aviation in supporting evangelical and humanitarian mission work in under developed parts of the world.  Mission Aviation Training Academy (MATA) is introduced, a flight school focused on helping train aspiring pilots. www.mata-usa.org
12:45 PM Tent D
12:45 PM Camp Adams

 Friday 7/11

9:00 AM Tent A FAA TBA.
9:00 AM Tent B Fuel System Basics - Don Hall Basic fuel system design will be discussed in detail. This will include critical review of the fuel systems on several experimental LSA kits and aircraft.
9:00 AM Tent C American Women Pilots in WWII – Bruce Hughes  – American women were ignored for a few months, then eagerly recruited and trained.  Over 1000 women eventually flew in many roles for the Army Air Corps.
9:00 AM Tent D
10:15 AM Tent A FAA TBA
10:15 AM Tent B Waterborne For Today’s Environment – Dan Stewart - How the waterborne system covers paint fabric and metal aircraft. The equipment needed and the best techniques used to get the best finish. The safety of using waterborne products. WWW.stewartsystems.aero
10:15 AM Tent C
10:15 AM Tent D Phil Lockwood TBA
11:30 AM Tent A FAA TBA
11:30 AM Tent B How You Can Use Your Flying Skills to Help Your Community and Those in Need     Learn about volunteer opportunities for both pilots and non-pilots alike in flying missions, fundraising and health care outreach, including Angel Flight West’s adopt-a-hospital program. Angel Flight is our nations largest charitable flying network. You can be a part of it. Get involved and it will change your life.
11:30 AM Tent C
11:30 AM Tent D Dave Wheeler TBA
11:30 AM Camp Adams
12:45 PM Tent A Mountain Flying in the Pacific Northwest – Shawn Pratt, Chief Flight Instructor, Safety in Motion Flight Center - Seminar will cover mountain meteorology, aitcraft performance planning, and general mountain survival considerations.
12:45 PM Tent B
12:45 PM Tent C The Need for Mission Aviation – Gary Elliott  – This workshop helps listeners understand the pivotal role of aviation in supporting evangelical and humanitarian mission work in under developed parts of the world.  Mission Aviation Training Academy (MATA) is introduced, a flight school focused on helping train aspiring pilots. www.mata-usa.org
12:45 PM Tent D Emergency Bailout Procedures & Survival Equipment For Pilots – Allen Silver –  You have seconds to bail out. You’re running out of time and altitude. What do you do? I will teach you the life saving steps you need to know to survive a bailout. I will discuss survival equipment once on the ground. If you wear a parachute you will not want to miss this presentation.
12:45 PM Camp Adams

Saturday 7/12

9:00 AM Tent A FAA TBA
9:00 AM Tent B
9:00 AM Tent C
9:00 AM Tent D
10:15 AM Tent A FAA TBA
10:15 AM Tent B
10:15 AM Tent C
10:15 AM Tent D
10:15 AM Camp Adams
11:30 AM Tent A FAA TBA
11:30 AM Tent B
11:30 AM Tent C
11:30 AM Tent D
11:30 AM Camp Adams
12:45 PM Tent A FAA TBA
12:45 PM Tent B
12:45 PM Tent C
12:45 PM Tent D
12:45 PM Camp Adams
 2:00 PM Tent D

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