Aviation Employees, We Have The Website For You!

Nov 20, 2014 No Comments by

If you work within the aviation industry, you should get yourself familiar with Aviation Jobsearch. They are a fast growing aviation only job board, who launched in the USA earlier this year. They’ve been connecting aviation companies and jobseekers across Europe for over 15 years now and have successfully established themselves as the market leading job [...]

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UK Taking Bids on Avro Shackleton

Dec 19, 2014 No Comments by

Aviation enthusiasts have launched a campaign to save a Shackleton maritime patrol aircraft threatened with destruction. The Avro Shackleton MR2C has stood guard at the entrance to RAF St. Mawgan near Newquay, England, for more than 25 years. The Ministry of Defense has invited bids for the WL795 aircraft, which is not airworthy. The Save our Shackleton group said [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Dec 18, 2014 No Comments by

1898 – Birth of Maurice Lea Cooper, Irish World War I flying ace. 1934 – Boeing Airplane Co. subsidiary Stearman Aircraft, located in Wichita, Kan., delivers its first Stearman Kaydet to the military. It will become the most common preliminary trainer in service, and 10,346 Kaydets will be built during World War II. 1947 – First flight of the Chase YC-122 [...]

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Army RC-12 Being Prepped for Display

Dec 18, 2014 No Comments by

A U.S. Army Chinook helicopter delivered a 14,000-pound signal intelligence aircraft from Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport to the Tobyhanna Army Depot on Wednesday. The RC-12 Guardrail is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft based on the Beechcraft Super King Air. It is used for special missions for the Army, according to a news release. Originally stationed in Korea, where [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Dec 17, 2014 No Comments by

1894 – Birth of Leopoldo Eleuteri, Italian World War I flying ace. 1941 – Boyd David “Buzz” Wagner becomes the first U.S. Army Air Forces World War II flying ace. While strafing a Japanese airfield near Vigan, Philippines, with his Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, he shoots down a Mitsubishi A6M Zero after takeoff from the field [...]

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Despite Filing, Oregon Museum Keeps Going

Dec 17, 2014 No Comments by

Directors of McMinnville’s Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum were surprised by the timing of last week’s bankruptcy filing by Evergreen Vintage Aircraft, a for-profit entity that owns about 25 of the aircraft on display at the museum. Even so, the museum is operating on a “sustainable” basis and expects to continue to do so, its attorney said Tuesday. “We’re [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Dec 12, 2014 No Comments

1896 – Birth of Grigory Eduardovich Suk, Russian World War I flying ace. 1941 – More than 50 Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters raid Batangas Field, Philippines; Jesús Villamor and four Filipino fighter pilots fend them off. Pilot César Basa is killed. 1945 – Death of William Dolley Tipton, American World War I flying ace [...]

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Thunderbirds, Blues Post ’15 Schedules

Dec 12, 2014 No Comments

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the U.S. Navy Blue Angels have finalized their 2015 show schedules as the International Council of Air Shows met this week in Las Vegas. The Thunderbirds will open their 62nd season Feb. 22 at the Daytona International Speedway in Florida. The team will perform at 39 locations and end the season Nov. [...]

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