About six and a half years ago, I looked around my cleaned-up NASA office, wrote "So long, and thanks for all the fish, and walked out the door, wondering what my next adventure would be like. I was privileged to have lead human space flights for America for close to twenty years, and it was hard to imagine I'd enjoy anything as much. But then the call came from Kitplanes owners, asking if I'd step into the role of editor in chief a job for which I had no experience in aviation journalism other than submitting my monthly columns and occasional features and flight reviews. That was OK they said - "you know experimental aviation... we have people who can do the editing!" Continue reading "Passing the Baton"
KITPLANES Magazine has joined the DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase as the primary media sponsor of the event.
We will help promote the Showcase to their 120,000+ monthly readers and will also cover the industry news at it happens at the Showcase in November. Continue reading "Kitplanes Magazine to Sponsor DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase"
You read them most months in Kitplanes - now's your chance to put faces to the names and see who's behind the many articles you see in our magazine! If you're going to be at Oshkosh this week, stop by the Kitplanes booth in the "A" Exhibit building (along the north wall) and have a chat. Continue reading "Meet the Authors!"
We were lucky to have the opportunity to attend the recent solar eclipse at a point almost directly under the totality path, and doubly lucky because we were hosted by the former Editor in Chief of Kitplanes Magazine, David Martin. Dave and his wife Lois live tat the Independence Airpark in Oregon, and I was invited to speak at their annual fly-in that happened to coincide with the once (or twice) in a lifetime total eclipse opportunity. Continue reading "Meeting the Original"
We are giving away prizes! For the first two weekly prize drawings, the winners are Charlie Wolf of University Place, Washington, Robert Cowan of Livermore, California, Rolland Wolf of West Point Utah, and Christopher Nail of Rockwall, Texas. You could be next, but only if you take the brief Kitplanes Reader Survey.
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Two winners will be chosen from all entries every Friday between February 26 and April 15. So fill out the survey today. The sooner you enter, the more chances you have to win! And thank you for helping us make KITPLANES even better.