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16 PLANNING AN AIRPORT’S FUTURE by Lisa Harmon
20 37 YEARS OF AVIATION FROM BACK TO FRONT by Roselind Heinemann
24 FOX VALLEY TECH HELPS SHAPE TOMORROW’S A&P by Scott M. Spangler
28 THE DEVIL DOG’S MISTRESS by Lauran Paine Jr.
36 ADDITIONAL 2011 WAI SCHOLARSHIPS
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2 President’s Message
4 EAA AirVenture 2010
6 WAI News
12 WAI Members in the News
14 WAI Corporate Member Profile
15 Tech Tips
16 Sources & Resources
32 WAI Conference 2011
46 Careers & Classifieds
47 Advertisers Index
48 In Our Own Words
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38 MEDICAL Q&A
by Dr. Phil Parker
THE VIEW FROM HERE
by Jenny T. Beatty
42 THE JUGGLING ACT
by Jo Damato
by Sherry Parshley Ph.D.
Melissa Raddatz pauses
on a break from her chores in the
EAA Learn To Fly Center.
Photo by Annette Calicoat.