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Will you write a pirep on your plane?

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Nov 17, 2012
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As part of our 2016 chapter newsletters (IAC Chapter 34) we're hoping to have a series of pireps on lesser-known aerobatic capable and/or sport biplanes. The goal is one per month.

For any of you who have a unique or interesting plane, would you consider volunteering your time to write up something and send over a few pictures? It doesn't have to be long at all, and you don't have to be an aerobatic competition pilot either.

Here are the types I can name off the top of my head. Others welcome of course! It would be quite interesting to get a competition perspective on the Stearman.

- AcroSport
- Starduster / Acroduster
- Marquart MA-5 Charger
- Marquart MA-4
- Bücker Jungmann
- Knight Twister
- Mong Sport
- Tiger Moth
- Great Lakes
- Little Toot
- Smith Mini

More than one writeup on each type is cool particularly if they're different models (someone on here has a Ranger-powered SD I think?).

You can contact me via message here on the site or email from our contact page (chapter president).

Happy new year to everyone...

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