EAA Technical Counselors are experienced airplane builders, restorers, and mechanics who volunteer their time to visit other EAA members who are in the process of building or restoring their own aircraft.
The goal of EAA’s Technical Counselors program is to help members present a “zero defect” aircraft at final inspection by the FAA. It’s aimed at providing experienced builders to help you make the right choices during construction.
If you are building or restoring, tap into this member benefit early in the project to save time, money, and aggravation! Get the peace of mind that can only be had from an experienced builder looking over your work to provide you with a best path forward.
Brian Lee (253)-639-0489 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian has a wide variety of experience helping homebuilders. He is also the owner/operator of several certificated aircraft. Brian also volunteers as a Flight Advisor. Brian is a Professional Engineer with a PhD in Aeronautical Engineering.
Dave Nason 253-631-0191
Dave is the proud builder of an F.8L Falco, a fast two-seat wood plans-built. Dave is quite the craftsman, his Falco won grand champion plans built in 2006 at Oshkosh.
Tom Osmundson 425-306-4345 email@example.com
Tom is an airplane enthusiast with a wide variety of interests. Current projects include the rebuild of a vintage 1946 Luscombe, and an aluminum twin-engine homebuilt Wickham Model F. Tom is a mechanical engineer with a background in flight testing. Tom is a senior member of the Society of Flight Test Engineers.
Name: Thomas Osmundson
City, State: Kent, WA
Skills: Composite, Electrical/Avionics, Sheet Metal - Driven Rivets