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More Lunch at the Airport Pictures
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AIRCRAFT CARRIER LANDINGS!!
Thanks to HCAA Member Mark MacKenzie for this interesting video.
HCAA Christmas Party 2016 Pictures (click here to view).
James Graham, US Navy Pilot
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IMPORTANT UPDATE ON THE FAA MEDICAL PROCESS. 12/09/2015 4:54PM
HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.
HAPPY TRAILS TO HCAA MEMBERS AND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY FROM ROY ROGERS AND WILMA WININGS.
YEP, IF YOU WERE NOT AT THE CHRISTMAS PARTY YOU MISSED ROY AND WILMA'S FUNNY JOKES.
GOOD JOB WILMA!!
Thanks to Mark Mackenzie for this interesting video.
You can honor the aviator in your life with a memorial brick to commemorate their love of aviation and place their brick with those of other aviators in central Indiana.
HCAA Officers and BOD's have been working with EmbroidMe to develop our new HCAA Member Shirts. Buy your shirt now and proudly wear it to show off our club. Information below where to buy and cost.
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HCAA Christmas Party 2014
HCAA Brick Memorial Dedication
Saturday, September 13, 2014
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HCAA LATA August 16, 2014
This year is the 60th anniversary of the P-51's moving from Stout Field in Indianapolis to the Hulman Field Airport in Terre Haute. Jim was apart of the unit at that time. Jim saw this print at Tammy and Shane's home during the Christmas Party and Shane and Jim had a long conversation about his military service. The print is a commemorative of the flying history of the 181st Fighter Wing through the last flying aircraft (the F-16C). Shane thought it was a simple way to thank him for his service on the 60th Anniversary. Very well done Shane, thanks.
Sent to HCAA by Duane Skoog, President of EAA 1374 Putnam County Airport. Thanks Duane
Some highlights from 2013 HCAA activities.
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HCAA 2013 Christmas Dinner
After nearly two years of FAA inaction on the AOPA/EAA third-class medical petition, Congress has taken matters into its own hands, offering up legislation that would vastly expand the number of pilots who could fly without going through the expensive and time-consuming third-class medical certification process. Reps. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.), a member of the House General Aviation Caucus, and GA Caucus Co-Chair Sam Graves (R-Mo.) on Dec. 11 introduced the General Aviation Pilot Protection Act. The legislation would dramatically expand the parameters for flying under the driver's license medical standard. Rokita and Graves are both AOPA members and active pilots. Click here to read more>>
British Seafire XV
It took me 18 years and 15 days to rebuild my PA12 to the tune of about 55K, I don't even want to guess what it cost to get this thing in the air. What a beauty she is. Had to share it with you guys, this is one that even if you have seen it before, it is worth seeing again. GOD BLESS..Jim Dukeman. Thanks to Duane Skoog, EAA President, Chapter 1374 Putnam County for the video.
US Air Force Band
Congratulations to Nolan Elrod, recipient of the HCAA Scholarship Award. HCAA President David Stucker, Selection Committee Members Wilma Winings, Ron Drake and Ted Bock presented the award at the HCAA May Cookout.
The "HCAA Trash Crew" Thanks to Wilma Winings for arranging this event. (The Pizza was very good)
Spend A Weekend, Build Your Dream
Douglas "Wrong Way" CorriganDouglas Corrigan became a legendary aviator, not because of his accomplishments as a pilot but rather because of a supposed navigational error. In 1938, Corrigan "mistakenly" flew from New York to Ireland--when he was supposed to be flying from New York to California--because he seemingly misread his compass. For Americans, who were caught in the midst of the Great Depression, Corrigan's antic provided a great deal of humor and uplift and he became a national folk hero. Click for the rest of the Story>>
Ramp Rats 2012 Lunch at the Airport
FEMALE PILOTS ARE SHARING THE AIR
(Story Credit IndyStar)
Nearly 25 years ago, pilots and their families in the Hendricks County area learned of the expansion of Eagle Creek Airport--and the subsequent closing of the Speedway Airport. Because many of those on the West-side used the Speedway Airport, it became evident to those flyers that a new airport was needed--and the Hendricks County Aviation Association was born. On August 18, 2012 the HCAA will host its annual open house luncheon at the Hendricks County Airport and while the casual
Ted Bock and Mark Mackenzie on their way to EAA AirVenture OshKosh 2012 (Click on picture to view pictures they took (116 pictures)
HCAA christened the new cookout facility on Saturday, July 14, 2012
Fact or Fiction
It has been reported in magazines that Hummingbirds hitch rides South in the winter and North in the summer aboard the backs of Geese. This picture was taken by an airline pilot this spring where a Hummingbird was onboard the back of a Goose heading North.
Take a look at this interesting video. Tire change in mid-air
Vern Bothwell's 90th Birthday Party May 20, 2012, Putnam County Airport
Beautiful HD Video
Click on picture for larger view of October 2011 cookout
Lunch at the Airport Pictures, August 20, 2011
From the Archives. Our friend and flying buddy Vern Bothwell flying the Ford Tri-Motor in 2008. (Video by Ted Bock)
Vern Bothwell and his friend Chad departing Lee Bottom Field a couple weeks ago in Vern's Woody Pusher heading home to Clover Knoll Airfield.
Thanks to Wilma Winings for this video