Please thank members of EAA who sent letters to me on my Honor Flight. “Mail Call” on the return Southwest flight was among the many surprises we experienced. JoAnn did a fantastic job of notifying friends – and it took a long time read all the notes which I did back home as there were too many to read on the plane with other many distractions, like our WW2 bugler sounding off, snacks and a former police judge leading singing “God Bless America ” including the pre-amble that Kate Smith originally sang! There were 28 Veterans and 32 guardians and volunteer support personnel on the trip, all from Arizona. We took all the front seats and all the other passengers going D.C. & back had to sit in the back and join in or ignore us. I saw 3 memorials I had never seen: FDR Park, Women in the Military, and the Air Force Memorials
A big thank you to all who helped with out EAA Chapter 1044 Adopt a Highway Cleanup! Volunteers filled 10 large bags with trash in just over an hour.
After the cleanup, everyone gathered back ad the airpark lodge to enjoy some delicious homemade chili, thanks to Michele Weninger.
Thanks again for helping keep Heber-Overgaard beautiful!
The October newsletter is now online. Be sure to check it out. Everything from Russian “Night Witches”… to a new quarterly magazine “Pilot Expeditions” focusing on destinations for private aircraft… a new weather app… and lots of other features, including the Homebuilt Corner. You can click here to read the latest “News From EAA Chapter 1044.” Enjoy!
The Airport Courtesy Cars app has been around for a while, but developer Glenn Brasch recently announced that mid-December the site will be completely web-based. According to Brasch, this will eliminate many of the issues encountered by some users of the Android and IOS apps.
In addition to listing the availability of airport courtesy cars by state, the site also lists FBOs that offer fuel discounts for mentioning the website.
Check it out at AirportCourtesyCars.com.
Questions about wiring? SteinAir has a complete series of very informative and short “how-to” videos on their website… everything from installing solder sleeves, to stripping shielded cable, to crimping DSUB and Molex pins, and much more.
You can check them all out at SteinAir.com.