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It’s almost time to make the journey to Oshkosh, Wisconsin for Airventure 2021!
I hope to see you there… I’m super excited to give 2 presentations this year:
Here’s the first one:
Lapping Valves & Saving Cylinders Thursday, July 29 · 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM in Workshop Classroom C.
And the second presentation:
Borescope Your Own Exhaust Valves Saturday, July 31 · 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM in Workshop Classroom A.
One of my favorite memories from the 2019 show was on Saturday evening when Julie Clark gave her final Oshkosh performance in her T34 Mentor, as she was planning to retire.
The performance was absolutely incredible… so peaceful and smooth… the weather was perfect, and I also remember one of the songs that was playing during her performance… “God Bless America.”
In researching for this episode, I found a video of portions of Julie’s performance, as well as a phenomenal recording (not from Oshkosh) of the song, God Bless America. Perhaps you’ll enjoy these… I sure did!
Many of you have registered for the shock strut webinar coming up on Friday, July 2, 2021 at 8pm Eastern time. If not, you can learn more by clicking the button:
So far we have 72 people registered, so there’s space for 28 more.
I’ve got helpful photos and tips to share, but I also want to reserve plenty of time for questions as well.
If you know of someone who might want to learn about landing gear shock struts and keeping them serviced properly, I’d be grateful if you’d share this link with them:
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