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Scott Spangler

Scott Spangler
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Scott Spangler A pilot since 1976, Spangler was the founding editor of Flight Training magazine. In 1999 he launched and edited NAFI Mentor for the National Association of Flight Instructors, and for seven years was editor in chief of EAA publications. As a freelancer he’s written for Air & Space Smithsonian, Overhaul & Maintenance, Aviation for Women, Twin & Turbine and a number of non-aviation titles.

Lifelines

Aircraft Specialty Flightlines delivers custom CNC precision to homebuilders worldwide.

The KR at 50

Celebrating five decades of Ken Rand’s smooth, light, fast homebuilt.

Stick to the Plans

On his RV-7, Tony Kirk literally followed his own advice.

A Tale of Two Mustangs

Paul Cox has 47 years and 4300 hours in the Mustang II.

One Piece at a Time

Les Krumel invested 22 years building his award-winning Thorp T-18.
starmaster

Powering a Mystery

Lockheed Conestoga/Kudu + Chevy V-8 = StarMaster.

Retirement Project

A backcountry Bearhawk built for comfort, cross-country cruising and cargo capacity.

Backcountry Cruzer

Gary Motley makes the most of the Zenith CH 750’s performance spectrum.

Checkered Past

Building the Bearcoupe from 3D plans.

Building Unusual

Westfall Special past and present.

In Case You Missed it

Alternative Energies

Electric motorgliders are leading the way in low-cost, fuel-efficient flight. In the second installment of his two-part series, Dean Sigler profiles seven designs at the forefront of this emerging field.

A Record Mojave

The Mojave Experimental Fly-In adds record setting to the agenda in 2014.

Letters

When Is an LSA Not an LSA?I always enjoy the annual compilation of aircraft...

Garmin Smart Glide

New software that’s an extra layer of automation for backstopping emergency deadstick landings.