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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh RSS FeedGovernment Agencies Hold AirVenture Planning Session in Oshkosh
  
Representatives of the International Federal Partnership (IFP) met in Oshkosh Thursday, May 8, to make plans for the Federal Pavilion at EAA AirVenture 2008. This year's slate of participants includes 15 agencies from the United States, Canada, and the Bahamas, including a new participating agency this year, Canada Border Services (the equivalent of U.S. Customs). They're all housed in the Pavilion, located along the flight line north of the control tower. AirVenture visitors can visit the pavilion and ask questions of the participating agencies, as well as attend demonstrations and presentations held there throughout the week.

"The meeting was a success," said Aaron Sauer, public affairs officer for the IFP, and an investigator with the NTSB. "We're all looking forward to an exciting week at AirVenture 2008!" To learn more about the IFP and participating agencies, visit the AirVenture website.


Attending the IFP planning session Thursday were (Row 1, l to r):
Lisa Lanthier (Transport Canada, General Aviation); Carl Weiss (National Weather Service); Cliff Chetwin (Volunteer Chairman); Sharon Hintz (Holiday Inn - Select, Appleton); Kevin Diggs (FAA, National Charting Office); Julie Halbach (U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Operations); Bill Braun (U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Operations) Dave Tessmer (WI Air National Guard, Volunteer Chairman of the IFP) and Randy Hansen (EAA Government Relations Director). Row 2: Greg Rolle (Bahamas, General Aviation and Customs); John Carlson (Transportation Security Agency); Rock Ryan (U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Air and Marine); Bob Bancroft (Transport Canada, General Aviation); Gunther Neumann (WI Air National Guard, Commander Volk Field); Paul Russell (WI Army National Guard); Fred Roetker (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service); Alan Zeitvogel (U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Border Patrol); Shawn Kennedy (Holiday Inn - Select, Appleton); David Grantham (U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Air and Marine); Tom Sobczyk (WI Air National Guard); and Aaron Sauer (National Transportation Safety Board).

 

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