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Mark Ausman currently flies an RV-7 that he finished building in 2006. He was founder and president of Vertical Power and has served as an EAA Director since 2011. He flew with the U.S. Navy as a Naval Flight Officer on board the P3-C Orion. He lives in California with his wife and three children.

Aircraft Wiring

Top 10 wiring mistakes. By Marc Ausman.

Aircraft Wiring

Instrument panel switch layout for Experimental aircraft. By Marc Ausman.

Aircraft Wiring

Electrical trim and flaps for Experimental aircraft. By Marc Ausman.

Aircraft Wiring

Good things to know while building your electrical system.
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Aircraft Wiring

Electrical system contactors for Experimental aircraft. By Marc Ausman.

Aircraft Wiring

Understanding alternators and voltage regulators. By Marc Ausman.

Aircraft Wiring

Understanding alternators and voltage regulators. By Marc Ausman.

Aircraft Wiring

Electrical system overview. By Marc Ausman.
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Electrical System Design

Getting a good start. By Marc Ausman.

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Shop safety tips. By David Boeshaar.

More Than a Science Project

The folks at Sonex have been busy with recent first flights of both their battery-powered E-Flyer and the single-place, folding-wing Onex.

Confessions of an Instrument Rating Procrastinator

There's a right way and a wrong way to learn IFR.