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About Lew Miller
Lew Miller soloed in gliders in 1973. After serving in the nuclear submarine Navy, he learned to fly, with an engine, in a 1972 Grumman Yankee. In 1980, after seeing the Long-EZ prototype, he spent 4 1/2 years of long nights and weekends building his own Long-EZ. He has flown it over 2000 hours since 1986, from Alaska to Florida, and many places in between. He is retired, after a career in the civilian nuclear industry. His favorite flying is near the snow covered crags of the Cascades, within gliding distance of a place to land, and CAVU.
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