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Thursday 7/09 – Schedule coming soon

9 AM Tent C

Fuel System Basics – What a well designed fuel system should be.

Presented by Don Hall

9 AM Tent D

“Doctoring Maintenance”  **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Minard Thompson, FAA Safety Team Program Manager

The true stories of how Human Factors ruined the day for two pilots.

10:15 AM Tent B

First World Flight of 1924 & the Building of the Seattle II

Bob & Diane Dempster over 14 years with volunteers have recreated  a flying production of The Seattle and plan a celebration flight around the world in April 2016. www.seattleworldcruiser.com

10:15 AM Tent D

 FAA Medical Update   **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Dr. Frank Chapman, FAA Regional Medical Officer

11:30 AM Tent B

How to use Waterborne for fabric and metal aircraft.

Presented by Dan Stewart

 

11:30 AM Tent C

 Aircraft Purchasing made easy.

Presented by Dave Wheeler – Cherokee Pilots Assoc.

Buying your first or next airplane is a huge deal.  Learn the steps to take the panic out of this life changing event.

11:30 AM Tent D

 Stall-Spin Awareness             **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Bruce Williams, CFII, FAASTeam Representative

When your whole world turns upside down.

 Friday 7/10

9:00 AM Tent B

 

Tthe First World Flight of 1924 & the building of the Seattle II, Douglas World Cruiser

Presented by Bob & Diane Dempster

9:00 AM Tent C

Fuel System Basics – What a well designed fuel system should be.

Presented by Don Hall

9:00 AM Tent D

Don’t be afraid to call us…we really are here to help you! **qualifies for WINGS

Presented by your local Air Traffic Controller

10:15 AM  Tent A

 Advanced Preflight Presented by Jeff Vercoe FAA, FSDO

 

10:15 AM Tent B

 Tales of a B-17 Waist Gunner and a WWII Airmen’s Journey through War

Presented by Author Art Unruh, a veteran of the USAAF in WWII

10:15 AM Tent C

What’s new at Van’s

Presented by Adam Burch

10:15 AM Tent D

 Flying at Night – Don’t get caught in the Dark.    **qualifies for WINGS credit.

Presented by Dale Wilson Author of Managing Risk: Best Practices for Pilots (published by ASA)

Dale will illuminate the threats flying in the dark and outline strategies to avoid or mitigate them.

11:30 AM Tent A

Two Coins and a Prayer

 Presented by Author Jim Keefe

The epic journey of a WWII bomber pilot as recounted by his son

11:30 AM Tent B

 Benefits of painting with Waterborne, covering fabric and metal aircraft.

Presented by Dan Stewart

11:30 AM Tent C

Maintaining Ageing Airplanes

Presented by Dave Wheeler – Cherokee Pilot’s Assoc.

How do you keep your ageing airplane flying without breaking the bank.

11:30 AM Tent D

The GA pilot’s role in Runway Safety         **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Minard Thompson, FAA Safety Team Program Manager

12:45 PM Tent A

Battle of Britain

Presented by Bruce Hughes

In 1934-38 England was alarmed by Germany’s preparations for war.  The creation of a home defense system gave them advantages never realized by the world’s public.

12:45 PM Tent B

 Aircraft Brakes – How to get the best performance

Presented by Ben McNamara, APS Brakes

12:45 PM Tent C

Emergency Bailout Procedures & Survival Equipment

Presented by Allen Sliver – Silver Parachute one of the world’s most recognized experts on bailout training.

Your running our of time and altitude, what do you do?  This forum will teach you life saving steps to survive a bailout.  Discussion also includes survival equipment once on the ground.

 

12:45 PM Tent D

Risk Management – Practical tips for teaching and practicing

Presented by Teresa Sloan Professor CWU

Saturday 7/11

9:00 AM Tent A

Mountain Flying in the Pacific Northwest (Part 1 enroute)

Presented by Shawn Pratt.

Covers preflight, route planning, calculation, performance and mountain meterology

9:00 AM Tent B

Aircraft Brakes – How to get the best performance.

Presented by Ben McNamara, APS Brakes

9:00 AM Tent C

Flying in and out of Canada

Presented by Ed Boon

Joe average approach for GA air crossing the Canadian border.  Both US and Canada filing requirements, local custom airport entry, especially Bellingham and Abbotsford.

9:00 AM Tent D

Flying the Cascades in the Summer       **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Allen Kam, National Weather Service, GA Pilot

10:15 AM Tent A

Mountain Flying in the Pacific Northwest (Part 2) airport planning and emergencies

Presented by Shawn Pratt

Mountain airports, high density altitude locations, considerations for flight in valleys and canyons.  Mountain survival.

10:15 AM Tent B  Lindbergh
Presented by Bruce Hughes

Most people know of Charles Lindbergh’s flight to Paris, this was a significant event but only a tiny part of his lifetime of service and adventure.

10:15 AM Tent C

Fuel System Basics – What a well designed fuel system should be.

Presented by Don Hall

10:15 AM Tent D

VFR flight into IMC, trapped by Weather or trapped by Ourselves    **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Dale Wilson Author of Managing Risk: Best Practices for Pilots (published by ASA), CWU Professor, FAASTeam Rep.

 

11:30 AM Tent A

 Teen Flight Puyallup Students Building an LSA Plane

Presented by Kevin Behrent

11:30 AM Tent B

Benefits of Painting with Waterborne, for fabric and metal aircraft

Presented by Dan Stewart

11:30 AM Tent C

Emergency Bailout Procedures & Survival Equipment

Presented by Allen Sliver – Silver Parachute one of the world’s most recognized experts on bailout training.

Your running our of time and altitude, what do you do?  This forum will teach you life saving steps to survive a bailout.  Discussion also includes survival equipment once on the ground.

11:30 AM Tent D

Aircraft Fire & YOU!           **qualifies for WINGS credit

Presented by Jelica Matic, ATP, Master CFI, FAASTeam Rep.

12:45 PM Tent C

Air Search & Rescue; How it works…How to be found

Presented by Bruce Booker of WASAR.

Improve your chances of never needing search and rescue, and learn the information pilots  need to be found.

 12:45 PM  Tent D

Take control of your aircraft maintenance, how to communicate with your mechanic.

Presented by  Jeff Vercoe FAA, FSDO

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