On This Day in Aviation History

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C-47 ‘Whiskey 7′ Heads Back to the Beach

May 16, 2014 No Comments by

The plane has no fixed seats, no flight attendants, no in-flight movie and no bathroom. It is not heated, insulated or pressurized. And on its last tour over France, somebody tried to shoot it down. But on Thursday, a septuagenarian war horse known as “Whiskey 7″ will take off from a grass airstrip in central [...]

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Flying Tigers: How They Got That Name

Nov 15, 2013 No Comments by

Here at the office, we love warbirds! One of our all-time favorites is the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk. Forever connected with the name “Flying Tigers,” it remains a famous icon for the years just before the U.S. entered World War II. When it comes to WWII aviation history, one of the most often asked questions we [...]

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Veterans Day and Me: a personal essay

Nov 10, 2013 3 Comments by

Although Veterans Day has the stated purpose of remembering the vets and those in uniform, in reality it means different things to different people. For some it is the half-off sales that surround us. For me, it reminds me of one of those could-of-should-ofs that will always haunt me: I never served in the armed [...]

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They’ve Done It Again!

Oct 15, 2013 No Comments by

You may remember the Greatest Generation Aircraft folks here in Fort Worth, Texas, from a previous post here awhile back. The occasion that warranted such a mention was an auction the group organized as a fundraiser to continue their warbird preservation efforts. Well, GGA did another on Friday night and yours truly was able to [...]

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Hallelujah for Hawaii

Sep 10, 2013 No Comments by

I’m not a jealous person by nature, but how could any self-respecting airplane buff not envy Anne Murata? Don’t know her? Well, you may have heard of her employer, the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. Anne’s the director of marketing and business development, but judging by the latest arrivals on Hawaiian shores, her job should [...]

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Time Running Out for Tokyo Raiders Medals

Aug 19, 2013 No Comments

Here is an Generic Petition for the CGM. You all know that we are trying to get the Congressional Gold Medal for the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders before we lose any more of them as we are down to the last 4 out of the 80 brave airmen who took off so long ago from the [...]

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Email to Brady Kress, CEO, Dayton History

Jul 07, 2013 No Comments

Dear Mr. Kress, I saw you on WDTN “2 News” just now http://www.wdtn.com/dpp/news/local/dayton/first-in-flight-title-up-in-the-air#.Uc0bzE3wC70and heard you say, Gustave Whitehead’s claim to having made the first powered airplane flight in 1901 is “bogus” and “there’s no evidence that proves it”. I invite you to examine the evidence I gathered on my Website, www.gustave-whitehead.com. It was peer-reviewed and [...]

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