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Formation Flying without an Airplane?

Apr 17, 2013 No Comments

Wow! Check out these intrepid Base Jumpers that stretch low-level and formation flight to the very limit! Amazing! Phoenix-Fly – The Need 4 Speed – Mountain Trails from Phoenix Fly on Vimeo.

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WWII Through the Eyes of a Youth

Apr 05, 2013 No Comments

We are thrilled to share a feature story from the current issue of Flight Journal from longtime MAN contributor Jim Newman! He notes, “Throughout my 43 years in the U.S., on finding that I grew up in England during the war years, people will ask ‘What was it like? Did you see German aeroplanes?’ Even [...]

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A New Player, New Demands

Mar 27, 2013 No Comments

The daughter of FJ writer William O’Dwyer, Sue Brinchman, has taken up the cause of her father, i.e. to establish Whitehead as the first to fly and is demanding that the Smitshonian be forced to invalidate the above mentioned contract. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Smithsonian Requested to Nullify Wright Brothers First in Flight Contract Bridgeport, Conn [...]

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Dr. Crouch Responds to John Brown

Mar 27, 2013 No Comments

John Brown: This is in reply to your widely distributed, ”Open letter to Tom Crouch,” posted on March 24, 2013. I will make this as clear and concise as I can, addressing what seem to be your major points. With regard to access to the Hammer Collection: If I ever told you that I was [...]

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An Open Letter to Dr. Tom Crouch, Smithsonian Institute, From John Brown, Whitehead Advocate

Mar 27, 2013 1 Comment

Dear Tom, Thanks for taking the time to respond to my writings about Gustave Whitehead in a Smithsonian press release, in the current issue of Smithsonian 
Magazine 
and in an NPR- interview given in your home town of Dayton, Ohio. As much as I appreciate your efforts, you appear to have missed the point I [...]

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A Letter to Flight Journal From John Brown Who Unearthed new Whitehead Evidence

Mar 27, 2013 No Comments

Ladies & Gentlemen, On your website, you have entered the Wright/Whitehead debate citing ” an effort at maintaining a neutral position”. I am the historian who uncovered a photo of Mr. Whitehead in powered flight in 1901: click here My website details the history of Mr. Whitehead: www.gustave-whitehead.com and it adds 83 contemporary newspaper articles [...]

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Hispano V-8: Free online drawings

Mar 11, 2013 1 Comment

In browsing around the Air Age office we stumbled on a set of highly detailed drawings for the 150 hp Hispano-Suisa V-8 engine that replaced the 90 hp OX-5 engine in the JN-4 Jenny. A great restored example of the aircraft is in this issues Gallery but these Wylam drawings are so detailed the more [...]

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Big Savings on Books and DVDs!

Mar 01, 2013 No Comments

The Radio Control Show is celebrating its 200th episode! The celebration continues on AirAgeStore.com with 25% off all products in our March into Spring sale. Be prepared to hit the dirt or take to the air! You’ll find everything you’ll need to know about radio control at AirAgeStore.com. This sale runs through March 31st! SHOP [...]

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