Flight Journal Nominated for Most Inspirational Story — Cast Your Vote Today!

Oct 20, 2014 No Comments by

Flight Journal is incredibly proud to announce that we are a finalist in the Barnes & Noble/ NOOK Readers’ Choice Newsstand Awards! Nocturnal Gamble by Martin K.A. Morgan, featured in our December 2014 D-Day issue, was chosen from hundreds of entries in the Most Inspirational Story category. Please take the time to vote today and [...]

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RCAF Nomad Recovered After 70 Years

Oct 30, 2014 No Comments by

Cpl. Nathan Cirillo wasn’t the only fallen Canadian honoured Tuesday. Seven decades after their deaths, a solemn two minutes of silence was observed for two airmen at the place where their plane went down — in the middle of picturesque Lake Muskoka in Ontario, Canada. Their Northrop A-17 Nomad aircraft collided in-flight with a similar plane [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Oct 29, 2014 No Comments by

1908 – The De Pischoff et Koechlin monoplane, an early French tandem monoplane, is reported to have hopped once for 500 meters at Villacoublay. 1923 – Birth of Lev Kirilovich Shchukin, Soviet World War II instructor and Korean War fighter ace. 1936 – Jim A. Mollison takes off from Newfoundland for England to set a [...]

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Army Kiowas Find New Lease on Life

Oct 29, 2014 No Comments by

Story and photo by U.S. Army Master Sgt. Thomas Kielbasa One of the U.S. Army’s oldest and most reliable helicopters is leaving the Florida National Guard. For more than four decades, the Bell OH-58 Kiowa reconnaissance helicopters buzzed through the skies over Florida, but due to National Guard divestiture of the airframe it will see its [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Oct 28, 2014 No Comments by

1894 – Birth of Harry George Ernest Luchford, British World War I fighter ace. 1910 – French Maurice Tabuteau performs a closed-circuit record of 289 miles in a Maurice Farman biplane, ending the supremacy of the Wright biplanes. 1949 – First flight of the Martin XB-51 (both prototypes shown), an American “tri-jet” ground attack aircraft. [...]

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Photo Essay: U.S. Navy Days on Iceland

Oct 28, 2014 No Comments by

Story and photo by Will Tate via Warbirds News I joined the U.S. Navy in 1962 while still in high school. I had been dreaming of flying in the Navy since I was very young. Growing up roughly a mile from Naval Air Station Atlanta, I was able to ride my bicycle down to the [...]

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Prowlers Ship Out on Final Deployment

Oct 27, 2014 No Comments

A carrier with Boeing EA-18G Growlers from Whidbey Island Naval Air Station is en route to assist with air strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant. The USS Carl Vinson strike group, which includes Electronic Attack Squadron 139, replaces the USS George H.W. Bush carrier strike group, deployed since Feb. 15, according [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Oct 24, 2014 No Comments

1893 – Birth of Rex Buren Beisel (shown), American aeronautical engineer who lated led the design of the Vought F7U Cutlass, the Vought F4U Corsair and won the Wright Brothers Medal in 1934 for work related to the cooling of radial aircraft engines. 1912 – Harry Hawker wins the British Empire Michelin Cup for endurance [...]

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