Andrew Powers (EAA 498205), Onalaska, Wisconsin
Todd Snaza (EAA 438000), Fountain Valley, California
Rye Thompson (EAA 1009606), Chicago, Illinois
Jennifer Ware (EAA 343550), Oxnard, California
Michael Wolf (EAA 460022), Cincinnati, Ohio
WELCOME, NEW LIFETIME MEMBERS
LOGAN ST. JOHN, OF MONETA, VIRGINIA,
soloed in three different airplanes on
April 27, 2010—his 16th birthday. Logan
started flying lessons when he was 13,
but since he was too young to solo, he
kept practicing while his father, David St.
John, EAA 860424, earned his certificate.
When Logan’s day finally came, he soloed
at Smith Mountain Lake Airport in a
Cessna 150, a Piper Cherokee 180, and his
father’s 1977 Piper Warrior.
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ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, the Millville
Army Air Field Museum at the Millville
Municipal Airport in New Jersey hosted
an aviation celebration, displaying World
War II and other military aircraft, classic
airplanes, and homebuilts. Featured
WWII fighters included an original
P- 47 Thunderbolt, a P- 51 Mustang, a
Supermarine Spitfire, three B- 25 Mitchell
Bombers, several North American AT- 6
Texans, a U.S. Coast Guard Widgeon, and
many more. Many of the WWII planes
were shown by Tom Duffy, a warbird
collector who stores his nine airplanes at
As a new element at the event this
year, EAA Chapter 1376 hosted an EAA
fly-in, adding dozens more aircraft
to the display. The museum has held
events for the past 17 years; next year’s
event will include a show by the U.S.
Navy Blue Angels.