Steve visited Van’s just after Oshkosh 2018, where he flew several of the airplanes and learned all about RV’s. He hopes to build an RV-14 soon! These two videos chronicle his experience flying with us.
I was fortunate to get in on the ground floor of Space Shuttle Operations and learned a lifetime of lessons in developing procedures and rules for operating that edge-of-envelope machine. My job was to put together Space Shuttle missions, train the teams, and to make sure that everyone comes home with the missions accomplished. It […] Read More
I was born and raised in aviation-rich Antelope Valley, California, near Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert. My father was a Private Pilot and A&P so my three younger brothers and I spent many weekends flying out of Lancaster’s Fox Field, Quartz Hill and Rosamond airports which we considered ‘homes away from home’. […] Read More
I entered into the realm of “RV pilot” on February 12, 2006 by making the first flight of my RV-10. I spent a little less than 25 months and approximately 1700 hours on construction, using a Standard Kit with the QuickBuild fuselage option. When I began the process, I thought of construction only as a […] Read More