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Jon Matcho
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I just got my November 2005 issue and got lost in it for an hour or two. It has the most canard-related coverage in any issue since I first joined the EAA:

  • Page 32, Speed Jacket, What happens when you really change engines on a Cozy? A 9-page spread dedicated to Greg Richter's CozyJet.
  • Page 50, Those 'Plastic' Planes, Designing with composites opens doors to new shapes and performance An educational and informative article with references to Cory Bird's Symmetry, Long-EZs, and VariEzes. Great discussion on composite structures. Did you know the Long-EZ's drag area is ~1.6 square feet?
  • Page 128, EAA's attic, A Cozy Canard for 2... or 3 A one-page write-up of Nat Puffer's N22CZ which he donated to the EAA museum.
  • EAA Tailwinds mini-magazine insert Thirty Years of the Rutan Revolution A few pages that take us from Burt's introduction of the VariViggen to SpaceShipTwo.
All in all a worthwhile issue -- kudos to EAA for recognizing our type!

Jon Matcho :busy:
Builder & Canard Zone Admin
Now:  Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E
Next:  Resume building a Cozy Mark IV

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