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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

  1898 – Birth of Leonard Monteagle Barlow, British World War I flying ace. 1943 – U.S. Army Air Forces pilot Fred Hargesheimer, flying a Lockheed P-38F-4 on a photo reconnaissance mission over the island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea, is shot down by a Japanese Kawasaki Ki-45 Nick fighter. Despite his injuries and […]
Harrier Crash One of Two Regional Accidents

Harrier Crash One of Two Regional Accidents

A military jet slammed into a Southern California neighborhood dense with homes and exploded in flames, but the pilot and everyone on the ground emerged unscathed, officials said. Moments after the pilot ejected to safety Wednesday afternoon, the U.S. Marine Corps McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II jet went down in a residential area of Imperial and […]

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747 Only for President as Jumbo Era Ends

747 Only for President as Jumbo Era Ends

Boeing’s iconic 747 jumbo jet is gliding deeper into its twilight years, with a new Air Force One fleet offering the strongest sales prospect for a passenger model that no longer fits most airlines’ needs. Even as Boeing talks with Emirates about an order for the upgraded 747-8, the carrier played down the chances of […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1910 – Igor Sikorsky makes a 12-second first flight in his Sikorsky S-2 (B.I.S.I or S-1 rebuilt), a biplane with a pusher engine. 1923 – Birth of Jean Dabos, French World War II fighter pilot, test pilot and aircraft designer. 1936 – Death of Godwin Brumowski, most successful fighter ace of the Austro-Hungarian Air Force […]

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WW II First Dogfights

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Serbian Air Force Falling Short of Mission

Serbian Air Force Falling Short of Mission

During the recent floods, doubts appeared in public whether the Army of Serbia has enough capacity to fulfill its third constitutional mission to help the population during natural disasters, but the actual condition of the combat equipment raises the question of whether the Army of Serbia can perform its first duty – defense of the […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1849 – First air raid in history takes place when Austria launches pilotless balloons against the city of Venice. 1892 – Birth of Albert Desbrisay Carter, Canadian World War I fighter ace. 1958 – First flight of the Vought XF8U-3 Crusader III (shown), a U.S. aircraft developed by Chance Vought as a successor to the […]

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Montana Museum Gets Historic Bell 47

Montana Museum Gets Historic Bell 47

Missoula’s aviation museum in Montana has itself a whirlybird. Maybe you’ve seen Bell 47 helicopters like this, on “M*A*S*H” reruns, if nowhere else. Ron Gipe has been on the inside looking out of their bubble cockpits for more than four decades, logging 30,000-plus hours in them and counting. “The best of the best,” a fellow pilot called […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1892 – Birth of Clive Wilson Warman, American World War I flying ace and sole American winner of the British Distinguished Service Order. 1942 – Launch of Operation Millennium, the first Allied 1,000-bomber raid; Cologne, Germany, is the target and is struck with 1,455 tons of explosives, two-thirds of which are incendiary. 1948 – First flight […]

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Indianapolis Makes Up for Air Show Loss

Indianapolis Makes Up for Air Show Loss

With the Indianapolis Air Show grounded after a 16-year run in Indiana, aviation enthusiasts have two airworthy substitutes to look up to over the next two weekends. An Indy fly-in this Saturday will feature hundreds of private pilots gathered at Indianapolis Regional Airport (formerly Mount Comfort Airport) in Hancock County. On June 7, the Commemorative Air […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1902 – Birth of Henri Guillaumet, French pioneer aviator. 1919 – Agustin Parla, the first Cuban pilot, performs the first commercial flight to the U.S. with a Curtiss flying boat named “Sunshine.” 1934 – Highland Airways commences the first regular airmail service within the UK, between Inverness and Kirkwall, with a de Havilland DH84 Dragon. […]
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