OSHKOSH (WKOW) -- With Congress and the White House still deadlocked over an agreement to end the sequester, hundreds of groups and programs are bracing for budget cuts.
And those cuts will have a ripple effect.
For example, cuts could prevent military aircraft and staff from attending this year's EAA Airventure fly-in in Oshkosh.
But, EAA officials insist that won't ground the event.
"We are not a show that is beholden to military teams and military aircraft appearances like many shows throughout the country. We are first and foremost a fly-in, a convention of our members so we have that advantage as well that the event will still go on," said EAA spokesman Dick Knapinski.
EAA also points out that they'll still have many of the old, vintage military planes there, because most of them are privately owned and not subject to the sequester cuts.
This year's Oshkosh fly-in is July 29 thru August 4.
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