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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1910 – Henri Fabre’s Hydroavion, the first powered seaplane in the world, makes it maiden flight off Martigues, France. The hydroplane flies for about 1,600 feet and reaches an altitude of seven feet. 1912 – Birth of Marina Mikhailovna Raskova, famous Russian navigator and often referred to as the “Russian Amelia Earhart.” 1948 – Boeing […]
CAF Bearcat to Fly at Palm Springs

CAF Bearcat to Fly at Palm Springs

The Grumman F8F Bearcat operated by the Commemorative Air Force SoCal Wing will make a rare flight exhibition at the Palm Springs Air Museum on Saturday. The flight exhibition will take place following the commemorative program “Flying with the Blue Angels” by Larry Packer. The Blue Angels, the U.S. Navy’s flight demonstration squadron, was formed in 1946, making it […]

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Indian Air Force C-130J Crashes, Five Killed

Indian Air Force C-130J Crashes, Five Killed

A Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules operated by the Indian air force has crashed 72 miles west of the Indian city of Gwailor. The aircraft had departed Agra at 10 a.m. local time for a training mission, says India’s ministry of defence in a brief statement. A court of enquiry into the crash has been ordered. According to Indian media […]
Shuttle Aircraft to Make Final Voyage

Shuttle Aircraft to Make Final Voyage

Steven Ramey is standing inside a Boeing 747 fuel tank, and he’s having the time of his life. Pointing to where the aircraft’s 50,000-pound wing attaches to the fuselage, Ramey notes where bolts are being removed. “This is the first time we’ve pulled off a wing,” the Boeing employee says. “It’s great. We get to come in […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1905 – Birth of Elizabeth Muriel Gregory “Elsie” MacGill, a Canadian known as the “Queen of the Hurricanes,” who became the world’s first female aircraft designer. 1927 – Royal Air Force’s first all-metal fighter, the Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIIA, enters service with No. 41 Squadron. 1945 – Operation Starvation, the aerial mining of Japan’s ports […]
Florida Woman Set to Be USAF Reserve First

Florida Woman Set to Be USAF Reserve First

Courtney McCallan always knew flying would be part of her life. “I grew up with aviation,” said McCallan, the daughter of a former Air Force F-15 pilot. “I always grew up going to air shows. I wanted to be in fighters.” But wanting to fly fighter jets was before she discovered combat rescue helicopters and the […]

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E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Joins Navy Fleet

E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Joins Navy Fleet

By Ginger Whitaker, WAVY-TV The U.S. Navy’s most advanced command and control aircraft is officially joining the fleet. The E-2D Advanced Hawkeye built by Northrop Grumman became Ready for Tasking Thursday in a ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk Chambers Field. According to a news release from the Navy, it provides broad area coverage that results in […]
Rivals Line Up for T-38 Replacement Battle

Rivals Line Up for T-38 Replacement Battle

Four defense contractors and their partners are lining up bids to build the U.S. Air Force’s next-generation fighter trainer, via the service’s long-awaited T-X programme. The competitors include partnerships of Alenia Aermacchi/General Dynamics, BAE Systems/NorthropGrumman and Korea Aerospace Industries/Lockheed Martin – which plan to pitch versions of existing aircraft – and Boeing, which will propose a clean-sheet design in […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1915 – Birth of Juraj Puškár, Slovak World War II flying ace who served on the Eastern front with the Axis forces. 1936 – Adolf II, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe, and his wife are killed in the crash of a Mexican Ford 5-AT-B Tri-Motor after striking the Popocatépetl volcano in Zumpango, Mexico; all aboard perish. 1956 […]
Cirrus Launches Latest Version of Vision Jet

Cirrus Launches Latest Version of Vision Jet

Cirrus Aircraft looks set to be the first airframer to bring a personal jet to market, following the successful first flight of its Vision SF50 on Monday. Certification aircraft C-Zero (C0), took-off from Cirrus’ base in Duluth, Minn., at around 5 p.m. local time for a one-hour sortie. “The Vision Jet handled and performed very well and all […]
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