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Turkish Army Helicopter Crash Kills 17

Turkish Army Helicopter Crash Kills 17

A Turkish military helicopter carrying soldiers on a mission against Kurdish rebels crashed because of bad weather on Saturday, killing all 17 troops onboard, officials said. Thirteen soldiers and four military crewmembers were killed in the crash in a mountainous part of Pervari district in Siirt province, in southeastern Turkey, where the rebel Kurdistan Worker’s Party […]
Southwest Plane Slides Off Denver Taxiway

Southwest Plane Slides Off Denver Taxiway

A Southwest Airlines jetliner slid off an icy taxiway at Denver International Airport Saturday evening without producing any injuries, officials said. Southwest Flight 1905 had just landed following a flight from Oakland, Calif., when the mishap occurred just before 5 p.m., KMGH-TV, Denver, reported. The 125 passengers and five crew members aboard the Boeing 737 […]

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Police Seize $450,000 in Drugs from Airplane

Police Seize $450,000 in Drugs from Airplane

A Fulton, Mo., Police Department investigation led to two major drug arrests Friday when $450,000 worth of marijuana was seized from an airplane that had landed shortly after midnight at Hensley Memorial Airport in Fulton. Arrested were the pilot, Russell Hansen, 56, Wynantskill, N.Y., and Jacob M. Beaty-Martinez, 21, Bakersfield, Calif. Both were taken to Callaway […]
Stealth Chinese Fighter Similar to U.S. Prototypes

Stealth Chinese Fighter Similar to U.S. Prototypes

China’s second stealth fighter jet, the J-31 Falcon Eagle, looks remarkably like earlier models of a twin-engine variant of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). Last week’s maiden flight of the JSF’s Chinese doppelgänger comes less than two years after the inaugural flight of China’s first twin-engine J-20 Black Eagle stealth fighter, built by Chengdu Aircraft. […]

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Algerian Military Plane Crashes in France Kills Four

Algerian Military Plane Crashes in France Kills Four

An Algerian military transport plane flying home from Paris crashed in southeast France on Friday, killing four of the six people aboard, police and fire brigade sources said. They said the other two people were missing after the plane crashed in a mountainous, uninhabited area near the city of Avignon. About 70 firefighters put out a blaze at […]
Tuskegee Airmen Veteran Carter Dies

Tuskegee Airmen Veteran Carter Dies

Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Herbert E. Carter died Thursday at East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika, Ala. He was 95. Carter was a university alumnus and member of the original cadre of the 99th Fighter Squadron of the famed Tuskegee Airmen. He flew combat missions during the North African, Sicilian, Italian and European campaigns […]

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Viking Delivers First of Six Twin Otters to Vietnamese Navy

Viking Delivers First of Six Twin Otters to Vietnamese Navy

Patience, diligence and a lot of hard work paid off Thursday as Viking Air handed over the first of six Twin Otter aircraft to the Vietnamese navy in a ceremony at one of its hangars at Victoria International Airport in British Columbia, Canada. It’s taken more than three years and more than a few leaps of […]
Video: Go Behind the Scenes of Skyfall

Video: Go Behind the Scenes of Skyfall

Want to know what it’s like to film helicopter scenes in a James Bond film? Check out this video, courtesy of AugstaWestland, to see the AW101 and AW159 Lynx Wildcats, which played exciting roles in Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond film that debuted on the big screen last month.

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Champaign Aviation Museum Partners with Foundation

Champaign Aviation Museum Partners with Foundation

The Champaign Aviation Museum in Urbana, Ohio, has partnered with the Springfield Foundation for the administration and oversight of an endowment to support its operations and collections. One of the main focuses of the museum is the restoration of B-17 Flying Fortress “Champaign Lady.” “Partnering with the Springfield Foundation for the administration of the museum’s […]
End of an Era

End of an Era

Fifty-four years ago this week, the famed Bell X-1E rocket-powered flight research aircraft flew for the twenty-sixth and final time.  The flight marked the close of the highly productive twelve-year flight test history of the first series of X-aircraft. In the years immediately following World War II, the United States began a relentless pursuit of […]
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