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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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The Flight Claims of Gustave Whitehead

Mar 27, 2013 No Comments

By Tom Crouch, Courtesy of the National Air and Space Museum John Brown, an Australian researcher living in Germany, has unveiled a website claiming that Gustave Whitehead (January 1, 1874-October 10, 1927), a native of Leutershausen, Bavaria, who immigrated to the United States, probably in 1894, made a sustained powered flight in a heavier-than-air machine [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Mar 07, 2013 No Comments

1915 – The first British tactical bombing raids in support of ground troops made in Menin and Courtai, Belgium. 1932 – First flight of the Junkers Ju 52/3m, a tri-motor transport that flew into the 1980s. 1956 – Dan Perkins, engineer at Britain’s Royal Aircraft Establishment, makes his first flight in an inflatable airplane in Bedfordshire, England. It takes 25 minutes to inflate [...]

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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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On This Day in Aviation History

Feb 21, 2013 No Comments

1910 – Birth of Royal Air Force Group Capt. Sir Douglas Robert Steuart “Dogsbody” Bader, World War II legless fighter ace (shown above). 1930 – Death of Henrich Claudius Kroll, German World War I fighter ace. 1945 – First flight of the Hawker Sea Fury, a British fighter aircraft developed for the Royal Navy by Hawker. The last propeller-driven [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Feb 19, 2013 No Comments

1891 – Birth of Auguste Joseph Marie Lahoulle, French World War I flying ace and a high-ranking officer in the French air force during World War II. 1916 – Death of Ernst Mach, Austrian physicist and philosopher, noted for his contributions to physics such as the Mach number and the study of shock waves. 1917 – First [...]

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American Airlines, US Airways Boards Agree to Merge

Feb 14, 2013 No Comments

American Airlines and US Airways officially announced an $11 billion merger on Thursday morning. The new company, which will be based in Fort Worth, will have more than 6,700 daily flights to 336 destinations in 56 countries, the carriers said. “Today we are proud to launch the new American Airlines — a premier global carrier [...]

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Collings Foundation to Start Warbird Tour in Florida

Jan 02, 2013 No Comments

The Collings Foundation’s 24th annual Wings of Freedom national tour will begin at this month’s Sport Aviation Expo in Sebring, Fla., Jan. 17-20. The tour, which is set to visit more than 100 cities in less than a year, will include B-17 Flying Fortress veteran pilot Marvin Goldberg on the crew of its our inbound flight [...]

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