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Jeremy learned to fly from an intro flight lesson that was a gift for his birthday in 1992. He is still good friends with the flight instructor from that day. He has a non-aviation day job but nights and weekends are spent either flying or making repairs and improvements to his plane. He is still not sure if he prefers to build or to fly. He built and flies a Velocity canard aircraft, and while he will probably build another plane soon, his non-pilot friends are tired of hearing him talk about it.

A Verna-What?

Understanding your engine’s thermostatic oil-control valve.

Error Chain: It’s What You Don’t Know That’ll Kill You

Or, how to be lucky and dumb–a hypothetical tale in three acts.

In Case You Missed it

Breaking In an Engine on the Ground

Can you do that?

Completions

Builders share their successes.

Lancair Evolution

Lancair Aircraft is revolutionizing its already successful turboprop line of kits with the new Evolution, a 750-horsepower, Pratt & Whitney-PT6A-powered, carbon-fiber composite, 380-mph four-seater to be available later this year.

Kit Stuff

Drawing on experience; by cartoonist Robrucha.