Tag Archives: Bill Brennand

Captain Mick’s Meanderings

by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is over for another year, and I would like to share a few of my thoughts with you from my perspective. The first EAA Convention I attended was in 1965 at Rockford, … Continue reading

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“Bill Brennand,” Air Racing & Other Aerial Adventures

Written by Jim Cunningham As Told By Bill Brennand When we think of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, we think of EAA, the Poberezny family, inventor and air race legend Steve Wittman, Warren and Pat Basler of Basler Turbo Conversions, aircraft inventor John … Continue reading

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Confronting Weather When Flying A Seaplane

by Michael Kaufman Many readers of Midwest Flyer Magazine may wonder why the guy that writes a column on “instrument flying” and “avionics technology” is writing about “seaplane flying?” I make my living flying and teaching in technologically advanced aircraft … Continue reading

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