It’s Oshkosh time. More than a half million people—scientists, pilots, manufacturers, astronauts, enthusiasts and just about anyone with a passion for aviation—are expected to attend the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture 2010 show July 26-Aug. 1 to explore emerging technologies and glimpse the future of general aviation. What draws visitors each year to a usually sleepy airport in mid-America? “Oshkosh has become an aviation buffet,” says Tom Poberezny, who has served ...


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