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Eighteen-rotor personal helicopter coming to a driveway near you

Eighteen-rotor personal helicopter coming to a driveway near you

Remember that crazy 18-rotor personal helicopter proof of concept from e-volo that we wrote about last November? Looks like the company is ready to take the next step towards making a consumer version of this thing, and ultimately, it may not even be that crazy at all. Yes, we know that this thing looks bizarre. Very, very […]

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70th Doolittle Reunion

70th Doolittle Reunion

  As the hands of time continue to march forward, we find ourselves now approaching the 70th anniversary of the epic events of WW II. While the participants of those desperate times steadily dwindle, efforts to honor and acknowledge their sacrifices and service are being held around the country at appropriate venues. To commemorate America’s […]

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Interview with Richard Hallion – Part 2

Interview with Richard Hallion – Part 2

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CLICK HERE FOR LARRY WOODS INTERVIEW INTERVIEW

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Air Force Kills Global Hawk

Air Force Kills Global Hawk

IN A STUNNING REVERSAL on January 26, Pentagon officials announced they’re scrapping plans to use the RQ-4B Block 30 Global Hawk drone as a replacement for the venerable U-2 “Dragon Lady” reconnaissance aircraft. In January 2006, the Air Force announced plans to retired its 33 U-2s (28 single-seat U-2S and five two-seat U-2ST models). Officials said the changeover would take […]

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Captain Sully Returns

Captain Sully Returns

(CBS News) CHARLOTTE – They say that sometimes getting there is half the fun. As CBS News correspondent Steve Hartman reports, a recent flight from Miami to Charlotte was filled with equal parts fun and nostalgia. The flight was a joyride from Miami to Charlotte on a 1958 Eastern Airlines DC-7. It’s one of the […]
Some Days You Should Stay  in Bed

Some Days You Should Stay in Bed

The engineers were trying to build the lightest airplane with the biggest motor and still make it capable of surviving carrier landings. To do this, they designed the wings lighter and weaker than normal but intended to shed about three feet on each side should it be overstressed. It could fly back to the carrier […]
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