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EAA's Aviation Adventure Speaker Lineup Confirmed

Archaeology, Skyraiders, Tomcats, and more

The first bunch of 2024 speakers for the EAA Aviation Adventure Series has been published, including a range of off-beat aeronautical missions and historical happenings.

The Series will offer presentations throughout the winter, spring, and summer at 1900 hrs (central time). Each presentation will be held at the EAA Aviation Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

January 18, 2024: Archaeology and MIA Recovery Missions: Innovations and Challenges: Dr. Brett Hoffman will review the history of the University of Wisconsin MIA Recovery and Identification Project, including the breakthroughs and difficulties along the way.

February 15, 2024: The Magic of Air Show Flying: Air show pilot Matt Younkin will detail what it is like to perform in front of crowds all across the country.

March 21, 2024: Flying the A-1 Skyraider: Vietnam War veteran John Larrison will discuss conducting some of the first A-1 Skyraider missions over Vietnam.

April 18, 2024: Tomcats Over the Gulf: Herman C. Cook III will recount his experience flying one of two American F-14 Tomcats that engaged two Libyan MiG-23s over the Gulf of Sidra on January 4, 1989.

May 16, 2024: Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue: Tom Cooper will explain what life is like for a United States Coast Guard helicopter pilot, including personal stories of flying lifesaving missions.

June 20, 2024: Bazooka Charlie: Researching One Hero’s Adventure of Taking a Cub to War: Biographer Jim Busha takes a deep dive into the story of Major Charles Carpenter, who made headlines during World War II when he affixed six bazookas to his Piper L-4 airplane in order to attack German tanks.

FMI: www.eaa.org

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