Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 725
Grants Pass, Oregon

Meetings on 1st Sundays, 2:00 p.m. @ Grants Pass Airport
Winter in FBO Classroom - Otherwise in Chapter Hangar

Ken Clark has been a Chapter 725 member for many years and is the son of one of the chapter's founders, Morton "Morty" Clark, a certified A&P mechanic.  Ken and his dad built the Wag-Aero Sport Trainer/Cuby pictured here from a set of plans - a replica of the original J3-65 Piper Cub.  The project was begun in 1995 with competion in 2000 and first flight in 2001.  As of 2013 this aircraft has logged over 1,000 hours in the air.   Ken is an avid flyer and can be seen at or operating from the Grants Pass Airport on virtually any day that's flyable.  Ken has been incredibly generous in sharing his love of flying, and has flown hundreds of guests including many dozens of Young Eagles.

Ken has flown far beyond the Rogue River Valley to destinations such as Lompoc, California for an annual Cub fly-in and to Priest Lake, Idaho, in the company of four other EAA 725 aircraft.

Ken has also become an enthusiastic and gifted aerial cinematographer as evidenced by a growing library of YouTube videos documenting his aerial exploits.  You'll enjoy delving into Ken's GoPro Camera creations using this link.


The exhilaration
of flying
is too keen,
the pleasure too great,
for it to be neglected
as a sport.

- Orville Wright