The Adventures of Aviore #4: Flying Blind

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The Adventures of Aviore | Vol. 1, No. 4, August 2019 It’s just been one of those days for Aviore as he finds himself rushing from one nefarious villain to the next. Meanwhile, most of the TALON team is busy enjoying the greatest aviation event of the year­—EAA AirVenture Oshkosh! Will Perry make it to Oshkosh in time to join in on the fun? Birds aren’t the only ones with wings! Through the Young Eagle program, a free flight is available to any young person between ages 8 and 17. Stretch your wings and join the Young Eagles today!

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Writer: Zeb Hatfield Art, Inking, Coloring: John Osborne Lettering: Eric Weathers Publisher: Jack J. Pelton, EAA CEO and Chairman of the Board Executive Assistant: Brenda Anderson VP of Communities and Member Programs: Rick Larsen VP of Marketing and Business Development: Dave Chaimson Sr. Director of Marketing: Mike DiFrisco Senior Editor: Hal Bryan Senior Copy Editor: Colleen Walsh Assistant Copy Editor: Katie Holliday-Greenley

Special Thanks Stan Lee Foundation David & Mimi Pasahow Ken Strmiska & Dr. Sabina Singh

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Did you know EAA has given more than 2 million kids a free airplane ride? It’s true! And you could be next. If you’re between the ages of 8-17, you can take a free EAA Young Eagles® flight. Just go to to find a Young Eagles flight near you. There, you can also enjoy fun Aviore aviation activities, watch cool videos, take flight with EAA’s Virtural Flight Academy, and more!

The EAA Young Eagles® program has flown more than 2 million kids over the past 25 years. But it’s only possible with your support, and the help of EAA’s network of volunteer pilots and ground volunteers. Can I count on you? Say “YEP!” today. Visit EA A . org/YE P to lend a hand.