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Wolfpack Assassin: Confessions of a MiG Killer

Jun 17, 2014 No Comments

By Lt. Col. Everett T. Raspberry , USAF (Ret.), as told to and written by James P. Busha Before I joined the United States Air Force (USAF) in 1955, I was just a “good ol’ boy” from Macon, Georgia. But flying a jet fighter only enhanced some of those Southern traits. Less than 12 years [...]

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Free Online Drawing: Douglas A-20 Havoc

May 09, 2014 No Comments

The A-20 has always been overshadowed by her better known brothers, the B-25 and B-26. Although nearly 7,500 were built and they were used by the USAAF, the Russians and the RAF in the attack and light bomber roles, she just never got her share of glory. Still, on June 6, 1944, there she was, [...]

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Monster Model P-40 Warhawk: First Flight Video!

Apr 03, 2014 No Comments

Watching the first flight of this giant 7.6-foot-span warbird is a real treat! Piloted by Josef Spielhofer of the Austrian Falcon Wings, the plane weighs in at 61 pounds and is powered by a 3W 150 R2 inline engine and uses Weatronics radio gear. Watch to the very end for a landing that will get [...]

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Free Vega Drawings for the Masses!

Mar 03, 2014 No Comments

It is simply amazing what we keep finding in our backroom here at Air Age Media! The company has been in business for an amazing 85 years (1929) and, for that entire time, has not only been a family business with the same family, but the central theme has always been airplanes. Almost from the [...]

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Free Online Drawing: FW-190A

Jan 06, 2014 No Comments

This month Flight Journal readers are the winners, when it comes to stuff being lost in our attic. Until John Dibbs offered us his fantastic photos of the Flying Heritage Collection’s one-of-a-kind, original flying FW-190A we’d never poked around in our archives to see what we had in the way of Focke-Wulf drawings. And you [...]

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Volocopter: Man-Carrying Multi Rotor

Nov 25, 2013 No Comments

This emission-free, environmentally friendly helicopter may be the rotorcraft of the future! Designed by German company e-Volo, it has 18 electric motors and can carry two people. After its ground-breaking test flights, the e-Volo managing director commented, “Rich and incredibly quiet sound, absolutely no noticeable vibrations in the flight, convincing structure with a great, new [...]

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Free Online Drawing of Original Ace-Maker

Sep 09, 2013 No Comments

The first verifiable instance of a pilot downing five opponents unaided in one day was Leutnant Fritz Otto Bernert. It was April, 1917 and he was flying an Albatros. Click below to download an amazing three view drawing of the Albatros as only William Wylam could do them. This should go on your den wall! Download it [...]

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Free: Original Drawing of Sikorsky “Le Grand”

Jul 19, 2013 No Comments

When 23 year-old Igor Sikorsky proposed building the world’s biggest airplane and the first four-engine airplane, he was laughed at. However, in 1913, he proved his detractors all wrong, and had taken his first step toward becoming an aviation icon. The drawing we are offering is directly from the Sikorsky Archives and was initialed by [...]

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