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– – EAA92 NATIONAL IMC CLUB VIRTUAL MEETING  – –

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A Virtual Meeting with Doug Stewart on Situational Awareness.

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EAA / IMC Club Chapter 92 Orange County, California

LIVE Wednesday Evening, May 20th at 18:00 PDT – Presentation & Discussion IMC Club Style

### THE ZOOM SESSION WILL OPEN AT 17:30 PDT FOR SIGN-IN FOR EARLY ARRIVALS AND TO ALLOW TIME TO BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE ZOOM PLATFORM ###

This is a national program conceived by IMC Club founder Radek Wyrzykowski, Manager of Flight Proficiency at EAA, in response to the COVID-19 social distancing rules.  Your virtual chapter meeting will be one of fourteen (14)  that will take place during April and May.  In order to preserve the traditional discussion based format of IMC Club meetings we’ve limited attendance to 50 participants for each location.  SO REGISTER EARLY IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND.  Accordingly we will make any unfilled meeting seats available to other chapter members who may require an alternate date.

Register for the May 20th session here: www.communityaviation.com/events/92

If the time slot is no longer available, or you are unable to attend this session, there are several other time slots available for you to choose from.

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WINGS CREDIT WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY PROVIDED FOR ATTENDEES; NO ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  TO RECEIVE WINGS CREDIT, YOU MUST REGISTER USING YOUR FAA WINGS EMAIL ADDRESS.

The National IMC Club meeting will be hosted by Doug Stewart, a National Certified Flight Instructor of the Year for 2004, eleven-time Master Certified Flight Instructor, Gold Seal Instructor, and Designated Pilot Examiner.

Sharing a Real World IFR Scenario

Doug Stewart is a Master Certified Instructor with over 12,700 hours of dual instruction, 5,600 of which is instrument training.  He offers a five-day trip up and down the east coast for pilots who desire an intense learning experience flying in the IFR system.  Along the way Doug is constantly showing his students how to use the tools available to them to maintain situational awareness and assume the role of pilot in command.

During this online meeting Doug will share video from the ILS approach into Wilkes-Barre, PA and discuss the finer points of maintaining situational awareness during vectors to final at KAVP.  We will then proceed to a Q&A discussion for the remaining time.