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Red Arrows to Close Duxford Air Show

Red Arrows to Close Duxford Air Show

This weekend’s Duxford Air Show in England, which will feature an amazing array of aerial displays, from legendary historic aircraft to dynamic aerobatics beginning tomorrow, will conclude Sunday in splendid style with the inimitable Royal Air Force Red Arrows. There will also be spectacular flying by the Patrouille de France, the French Air Force demonstration team, on […]
California Museum to Get Presidential Jet

California Museum to Get Presidential Jet

Castle Air Museum’s latest addition to its collection is a presidential one. The Atwater, Calif., museum’s staff is expecting the plane, which carried presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan, within the next month. “This is a very rare and significant opportunity for the museum to have such an aircraft, with the history associated to it,” […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1892 – Birth of Fritz Gustav August Kosmahl, German World War I flying ace. 1923 – U.S. Army bombers, in a demonstration conducted by Brigadier Gen. Billy Mitchell, carry out anti-shipping exercises and sink the obsolete battleships U.S.S. Virginia and U.S.S. New Jersey. 1931 – Robert L. “Bob” Hall, the engineer of the Gee Bee Model […]
First CAF Warbird to Visit Illinois

First CAF Warbird to Visit Illinois

Another World War II warbird will be joining “Maid in the Shade” for the Light Sport Aircraft Expo in Mt. Vernon, Ill. — “Red Nose.” “She’s a P-51 Mustang fighter made by North American Aviation,” said Dave Gross of the Commemorative Air Force. “She’s part of the Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing and will be […]

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Not New Idea

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Not New Idea

In 1915, nearly two decades after patenting the world’s first radio-controlled boat, famed Serbian-America inventor Nicola Tesla imagined fleets of unmanned aerial combat vehicles being sent to war instead of pilots. Little did he know, the U.S. Navy was already hard at work on that very same vision. Between 1898, when Tesla first demonstrated remote […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1892 – Birth of José Manuel Sarmento de Beires, Portuguese Army officer and an aviation pioneer; he later flew the first night aerial crossing of the South Atlantic. 1922 – Jimmy Doolittle makes the first cross-country flight across the U.S. in under a day in a de Havilland DH.4; it takes just over 21 hours […]

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Last RAAF Aardvark Heads to Hawaii

Last RAAF Aardvark Heads to Hawaii

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has bid a final farewell to its last remaining General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark, which is being taken from Amberley base, west of Brisbane, to Hawaii. The much-loved fighter bomber had its wings clipped ahead of its last journey to the Pacific Air Museum at Pearl Harbor. “It’s quite an historic […]
On Keeping ‘Aluminum Overcast’ Flying

On Keeping ‘Aluminum Overcast’ Flying

Military history enthusiasts can name the statistics of a World War II campaign much in the same way a Milwaukee Brewers fan can recall the batting average of Paul Molitor. To anyone fascinated with the weapons used during that most terrible conflict of the 20th Century, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is a favorite because of […]

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Brazil Receives Updated AMX Fighter

Brazil Receives Updated AMX Fighter

The first modernized Embraer A-1 fighter jet was delivered Tuesday to the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) at its industrial plant in Gavião Peixoto, in outstate São Paulo, Brazil. The A-1M program provides for refurbishing and modernizing 43 subsonic AMX International AMX jets, 16 of which are already at the company’s facilities. The A-1M, still powered […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1904 – Birth of Florence Gunderson Klingensmith, pioneering American aviator; founding member of the Ninety-Nines (a women’s pilot group) and one of the first women to participate in air races with men. 1940 – Sixteen Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Blackburn Skua dive bombers sink the German light cruiser Königsberg at Bergen, Norway; it is […]
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