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Most recent edit:
Sunday June 22, 2014
Some first facts
- Aircraft Serial Number 101
- Burbank office of FAA is where the registration number N9765C was
- Facsimile of Registration certificate has date of issue: February
12, 1962 cg. The certificate wa signed by rubber stamp with
Robert E. Forbes, Chief, Aircraft & Airman Records Branch
- Paresev Model/Series PARESEV-1
- Registrant: National Aeronautics & Space Admin, P.O. Box 273,
Edwards, CA 93523
- Other owners: Flight Research Center
- Engine model: None
- On Form of Budget Bureau No. 04-RO-185, on its back side for
"other reasons" for cancellation: "This vehicle was given to the
Smithsonian Institution who in turn have loaned it to the Experimental
Aircraft Museum in Wisconsin." Signed form: Oct. 26, 1971 by Director of
Flight Operations, NASA FRC: SP Butchart. [Stanley
Eventual situs: "NASA: Given to Smithsonian Institute"
Official approving the ultimate cancellation of the Registration Number
was "N Hood at 8:00 AM U 13 Jan 1972
- Deregistered clerk processing date: Jan. 13, 1972.
- On AC Form 2150-4 (8-71) FAA AC72-1885 in replay to "AC-7" to AC-250
with subject: "Civil Aircraft N-9765C; Withdrawal of pending aircraft
deregistration action" Date: 2Nov1971 The apparent holder of
the Certificate of Aircraft Registration has now submitted AC Form
8050-73 as compliance with FAR 47.44(a)" under authority of
counsel Alen H. Barr, by Mary
Hallion writes about the start of the hang glider under Paul Bickel.
Cost of construction and materials: $4,280. "the manned
grows as a cousin to Paresev 1-C inflatable?
[ ] Dates and handling by EAA in Wisconsin via a loan in c1971
hang glider pilots: 8
There are yet errors and incompletions in the wiki:
ARP came across a recent released video that has some interesting Paresev
Some footage of the Parasev [sic, Paresev; both spellings are in
literature] has come to light which is of interest. It shows the first
version using a direct link control bar to the Rogallo wing before
change to a conventional joy stick arrangement. Car towing is used at
first and then air towing.