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Federal Pavilion group
Federal Pavilion representatives meeting at EAA headquarters this week included (front l to r) Randy Hansen (EAA), Kevin Diggs (FAA), Sharon Hintz (Holiday Inn), Bill Braun (CBP), Karen Wring (Bahamas CAA), Larry Helmerick (volunteer), Nicholas Georgeff (NPS), Robin Lamb (Transport Canada), Mindy Pearson (EAA), Dave Tessmer (WI ANG), Rob Erdos (NRCC), and JT Vost (WOSH Radio). In back are Jack Hulmer (TSA), Steven Sherrod (WI ARNG), Aaron Sauer (NTSB), Jacob Kazmierski (WI ARNG), Anthony Dolas (CBP), Carl Weiss (NOAA NWS), Lucas Jordon (WI ARNG), Anye Whyte (CBP), Dave Grantham (CBP), Mac McConnell (NOAA NGS), Shawn Kennedy (Holiday Inn), Greg Rolle (Bahamas CAA), Olivier Hill (Transport Canada), Cliff Chetwin (volunteer chairman), and Kris Teofilo (MAW).
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Rod Hightower, EAA president/CEO' NTSB's Aaron Sauer, and Greg Rolle, Bahamas CAA
Rod Hightower, EAA president/CEO, meets with the NTSB's Aaron Sauer (left), 2010-2011 Federal Pavilion volunteer chairman, and Greg Rolle, Bahamas CAA, who will take over leadership in 2012-2013.

Representatives of 15 government agencies from the United States, Canada, and the Bahamas met at EAA headquarters this week to plan AirVenture's International Federal Partnership (IFP) activities at AirVenture 2011. This will be the 21st consecutive year IFP agencies will gather in the Federal Pavilion, which is located on the flightline next to the Sky Shoppe.

Throughout AirVenture, the Federal Pavilion features several exhibits, display aircraft, informational demonstrations, and interactive displays. Visitors can attend forum presentations and live demonstrations, as well as learn more about the various missions of the government agencies.

EAA's 18th annual AirVenture Make-A-Wish (MAW) Day will be Saturday, July 30. The IFP agencies will once again be escorting the MAW children and their families, providing VIP treatment at AirVenture. Activities include Bell 47 helicopter and Ford Tri-Motor flights, special museum and KidVenture tours, personal tours of the air traffic control tower, and more.

2011 Federal Pavilion agencies:

  • Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority
  • FAA - Aeronautical Navigation Services
  • National Geodetic Survey
  • National Park Services
  • National Research Council Canada
  • National SAR Secretariat, Canada
  • National Transportation Safety Board
  • National Weather Service
  • Transport Canada
  • Transportation Security Administration, General Aviation
  • USAF Safety Office, See & Avoid Program
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Air and Marine
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Border Patrol
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection - Operations
  • Wisconsin Air National Guard

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