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Marino learned to fly at the age of 15 and earned a glider license at 16. He later graduated as an aeronautical engineer, acquired both a PPL and CPL/IFR, and also flew as a military pilot. He studied scientific journalism and is working today as a professional aviation journalist and editor. Marino has built several Experimental aircraft and is the editor of the World Directory of Leisure Aviation catalog.

Birds of a Different Feather

Flying Legend’s Tucano replicas are a far cry from the common Experimental.

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Following the DIY Approach to Engine Overhaul, One Step at a Time

Following the DIY approach to engine overhaul, one step at a time.

Engine Beat

As Lycoming and Continental vie for market share, the two power players are updating and improving long-existing engine designs and introducing new products to meet demand. By Steve Ells.

Cycles of Flight

When man first took flight with wings, he did it without power. Gliding on...

Firewall Forward: Ignition Systems

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines...but how? Dave Prizio considers some of the choices.