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The official podcast of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Dive into the latest breakthroughs, discover inspiring interviews with renowned doctors, researchers and professors: Join us as we navigate through the present advancements and set our sights on the exciting future developments in the field of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
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EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

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A podcast by Experimental Aircraft Association for those who build, restore, or fly for the love of it or are simply fascinated by the world of flight. The Green Dot features EAA news, general aviation topics, history, personal experiences from the hosts and a variety of guests, and anything fun, interesting, or cool in and around the world of flight.
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Sam are joined by retired Lt. Col. John Larrison, EAA 23138, who flew some of the first A-1 Skyraider missions over Southeast Asia at the start of the Vietnam War. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — A-1 Skyraider Pilot John Larrison first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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In this fourth episode of the official EAACI podcast, our host, Professor Mohamed Shamji, interviews Professor Abul Abbas, the director of the course "Immunology Update: Selected Topics in Basic and Translational Immunology", which will be held on 31 May, during the first day of the upcoming EAACI Congress. Discover exclusive information about this…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Chris are joined by Taigh Ramey, EAA 288520, a noted warbird pilot and restorer who served as an aviation advisor on the Apple TV+ miniseries Masters of the Air. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Masters of the Air Advisor Taigh Ramey first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Margaret are joined by Lt. Col. (ret.) Tammy Barlette, who flew the A-10, T-37, T-38, MQ-1, and MQ-9 while in the Air Force and following retirement founded Athena’s Voice, a speaker referral business featuring female military pilots from around the U.S. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — USAF Fighter Pilot T…
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In this third episode of the official EAACI podcast, our host, Professor Mohamed Shamji, together with Professor André Moreira and Professor Mübeccel Akdis, both distinguished co-chairs of the Scientific Programme Committee, embark on an immersive exploration of the plenary sessions and symposia awaiting attendees at the highly anticipated EAACI Co…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom are joined by longtime air show performer Matt Younkin, EAA 864693, to chat about his path in aviation and what it’s like to fly a Beech 18 in front of thousands of people. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Air Show Performer Matt Younkin first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Chris are joined by Dr. Brett Hoffman, a senior member of the University of Wisconsin Missing in Action Recovery and Identification Project, which is focused on the mission of identifying, recovering, and bringing home the remains of U.S. service members. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — MIA Recovery Archaeol…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Chris are joined by pilot, astronaut, and entrepreneur Jared Isaacman, EAA Lifetime 876775, who commanded the SpaceX Inspiration4 spaceflight in 2021 and will lead the upcoming Polaris Dawn mission. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Polaris Dawn Commander Jared Isaacman first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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In this EAACI Podcast episode, our host Professor Mohamed Shamji engages in thought-provoking conversations with esteemed guests Cevdet Ozdemir, EAACI NAS Committee Chair, Elleni Sofia Vaia, EAACI NAS Secretary and Mattia Giovaninni, EAACI JM Assembly Secretary, during the EAACI National Allergy Societies Committee Meeting held in Munich. Together,…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Hal are joined by Capt. Greg Wooldridge, the Blue Angels’ commander in 1991-92, and Mat Garretson, who is the print historian for the Blue Angels Association. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Blue Angels Panel first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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In this EAACI podcast episode, our host Professor Mohamed Shamji, together with Professor Stefano del Giacco, the EAACI President and Professor Maria J. Torres, the Secretary General of EAACI , delve deep into the upcoming EAACI 2024 Congress, which will be held in Valencia, Spain, from the 31st of May to the 3rd of June. Discover all the latest de…
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This time on The Green Dot, host Chris is joined by Ami Eckard-Lee, who is the creative director at the Kelch Aviation Museum in Brodhead, Wisconsin, to chat about the vintage aircraft in the museum’s collection. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Museum Creative Director Ami Eckard-Lee first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom are joined by artist and prop maker Ryan Nagata, who reproduced an X-15 spacesuit for astronaut Joe Engle that is now on display in the EAA Aviation Museum. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Prop Maker Ryan Nagata first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris are joined by Maggie Kohl, a Grumman E-2 Hawkeye naval flight officer who made a brief appearance in Top Gun: Maverick. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Naval Flight Officer Maggie Kohl first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Sam are joined by Vicky Benzing, EAA Lifetime 529264, to talk about her air show and air racing experience as well as her recently restored P-51D Mustang, Plum Crazy. The post The Green Dot — Air Show Pilot and Air Racer Vicky Benzing first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, host Chris is joined by Charlie Becker, EAA director of chapters and homebuilt community manager, and David Leiting, EAA Eagles Program manager, to discuss EAA’s extensive network of chapters and the work they do to spread The Spirit of Aviation. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — EAA Chapters first appeared on Hangar Flying…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris are joined by medical helicopter pilot Karin Ficek, who will be presenting as part of the EAA Aviation Museum Aviation Adventure Speaker Series on October 19. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Medical Helicopter Pilot Karin Ficek first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris are joined by James Markel, who flew the F-8 Crusader for the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1966. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — F-8 Crusader Pilot James Markel first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris are joined by John Van Etten, who was an OV-10 Bronco pilot and on-scene commander during the famed rescue of Bat 21 mission during the Vietnam War. The Green Dot is a podcast created by aviation enthusiasts for their fellow aviation enthusiasts. The podcast […] The post EAA’s The Green Dot — OV-10 Br…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom are joined by former U.S. Air Force test pilot and NASA astronaut Charlie Precourt, currently an EAA board member and EAA Safety Committee chairman, to discuss homebuilding and his experience building a VariEze. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Talking Homebuilts With EAA Safety Committee Chairman Charlie…
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This time on The Green Dot, host Chris Henry is joined by George Luz, Jr., whose father, George Luz, served in E Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division during World War II, which was made famous by the 1992 book Band of Brothers and the 2001 HBO miniseries of the same name. The post EAA’s The Green …
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Excerpt: This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Connor are joined by Eric Boehm, the curator of aviation at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Eric Boehm, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Curator of Aviation first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom are joined by Dr. Jennifer Levasseur, museum curator of the space history department at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — National Air and Space Museum Curator Dr. Jennifer first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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EAA’s The Green Dot — EAA’s 70th Anniversary. This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom are joined by EAA CEO and Chairman of the Board Jack J. Pelton to reflect on EAA’s humble beginnings as a social club and its evolution into the organization we know today. Read more › The post EAA’s The Green Dot — EAA’s 70th Anniversary first appeared on H…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Tom are joined by Ben Page, EAA Aviation Museum curator, to speak about the museum’s new exhibit, Corsair: Korean War Heroism. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Corsair: Korean War Heroism first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Connor are joined by Wally Soplata, the author of The B-25 in the Backyard: My Father’s Historic Airplane Sanctuary, to talk about his memories of growing up with a father obsessed with historic airplanes. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Wally Soplata first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Tom are joined by Mike Beck, owner of Calm Sky Adventures in Omro, Wisconsin, to speak about the history of hot air balloons, as well as his unique experiences flying them. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Hot Air Balloonist Mike Beck first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Chris were joined by Charlie Hooker, who flew the B-58 Hustler while serving with the U.S. Air Force’s Strategic Air Command in the 1960s. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — B-58 Pilot Charlie Hooker first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Chris were joined by Tony Yule, a retired Royal Air Force and BOAC/British Airways pilot, to talk about flying one of the most iconic airliners of all time — Concorde. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Concorde pilot Tony Yule first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Chris were joined by Alyssa “Blueberry” Carson, who has attended numerous NASA space camps over the years and is currently studying and training toward the goal of one day becoming an astronaut. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Astronaut-in-Training Alyssa Carson Byline: EAA first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris were joined by Sharon “Betty” Preszler, who was part of the initial cadre of female fighter pilots to serve with the U.S. Air Force and was the first woman to fly and instruct in the F-16. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — F-16 Pilot Sharon Preszler first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris were joined by Connor Madison, EAA’s staff photographer, to recap EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022 and share each of their perspectives about this year’s version of the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Recapping AirVenture Oshkosh 2022 first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, EAA vice presidents Rick Larsen and Sean Elliott are talking AirVenture. Tune in as Rick and Sean join hosts Tom and Chris to cover what to expect at AirVenture 2022, including grounds updates, air show highlights, TOPGUN programming, and more! The post What to Expect: AirVenture 2022 first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, we welcomed a multigenerational panel of crews from all three of the U.S. Air Force’s major gunship platforms — the AC-47, AC-119, and AC-130 — to discuss the history of gunships and compare experiences from service. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — U.S. Air Force Gunships Panel first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Tom and Chris were joined by Jerry Bradley, EAA 879528, who spoke about his career in aviation, which included flying electronic warfare missions in the EC-47 during the Vietnam War. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — EC-47 Pilot Jerry Bradley first appeared on Hangar Flying.…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom were joined by Budd Davisson, EAA 22483, who shared stories about his adventures and career as an aviation journalist and flight instructor, and the more than 300 different aircraft types he’s flown in the process. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Aviation Journalist Budd Davisson first appeared on Hangar…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Tom were joined by Kenneth Katz, EAA 1086171, to discuss his career as a U.S. Air Force flight test engineer working on the B-52 Stratofortress at Edwards Air Force Base, as well as his new book The Supersonic BONE: A Development and Operational History of the B-1 Bomber. The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Fl…
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Hal welcomed a very special guest to the show, Vietnam War Navy ace Randall “Duke” Cunningham! Duke flew the F-4 Phantom II in Vietnam and became the U.S. Navy’s only pilot ace of the war. The post Navy Ace Duke Cunningham first appeared on Hangar Flying.Af EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association
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This time on The Green Dot, hosts Hal and Tom were joined by a good friend of EAA’s — Flight Outfitters founder Mark Glassmeyer, EAA 1400673. Tune in to learn more about Mark, his company, and Flight Outfitters’ support of EAA’s Pilot Your Own Adventure Contest! The post EAA’s The Green Dot — Flight Outfitters Founder Mark Glassmeyer first appeared…
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