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Dick Sunderland

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Dick Sunderland is a builder of an RV-7. He has been flying since the 1980s, holds ATP-MEL certificates and flies out of Granby, Colorado (8,200’).
ADSB - the final lap

ADS-B – The Final Lap

The real deadline is upon us for ADS-B, are you ready?

Time is Running Out!

As the 2020 deadline gets closer, heres what is happening on the ADS-B scene.

What is happening on the ADS-B Scene?

A quick review as we move closer to the 2020 deadline.

Juggling the ADS-B Options

Things to consider before writing the check.

In Case You Missed it

To Launch a Light Sport

It’s amazing what a little light will reveal, in this case a planned hole for the wing that would have been dangerously close to the wingspar. No worries. The problem was remedied, and it was on to fixing flaws in the wing’s surface and working on the nosewheel and front suspension; by Bob Fritz.

Aero ‘lectrics

Anodize, anodize, and aluminum exercise.

Hose Protection

Ishmael Fuentes shows you how to protect and cool the hoses in your engine compartment by making a firesleeve.

Tribute to a Homebuilt Legend

Understanding Paul H. Poberezny means understanding the history of homebuilt aircraft in the USA. By Amy Laboda.