May 1, 1992
172: Evolution Observed A short flying course in the history of the Skyhawk. By Buz Marten
Anatomy of a Success An inside look at building the world's most popular airplane. By Thomas A. Horne
Where the Trouble Is The Skyhawk's accident profile. By Thomas A. Horne
'The World's Best-Kept Secret' Forget stocks and CDs; invest in a Skyhawk. By Mark R. Twombly
Skyhawk Mods and Ends The most popular modifications for the most popular airplane. By Marc E. Cook
Workhawk Not all 172s earn their livings at flight schools. By William L. Gruber
The Type Club Coalition is the latest group to join AOPA in urging a quick review of proposed reforms to the third class medical.
Aerospace and defense giant Lockheed Martin stirred the pot with an Oct. 15 announcement that compact fusion could power vehicles, even aircraft, within a decade. Skeptics were quick to speak up, while Lockheed filed for patents and hopes to find partners in government, academia, and industry.
Greg Pecoraro, AOPA vice president of airports and state advocacy, brought Indiana aviation community members up to date on the association’s initiatives.
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