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Bremont P-51 Watch

Bremont P-51 Watch

Hereís the perfect gift for the pilot who has everything: a limited edition, custom watch that was made with parts from a P-51 Mustang! The Bremont Watch company was started by British brothers in 2002, and since then they have been offering high-quality, aviation-inspired timepieces. Their latest, the Bremont P-51, incorporates aluminum from the fuselage […]

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WW II B-17 crash-lands in Oswego, Illinois

WW II B-17 crash-lands in Oswego, Illinois

Itís a sad day in aviation, as a historic B-17 crash-landed in a field in Oswego, Illinois Monday, June 13th, and burst into flames. Thankfully, the FAA has reported that all seven people onboard survived without injury. Hereís the full AP report:  A World War II bomber made what appeared to be an emergency landing in a […]

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B-2’s Drop Precision Bunker Penetrating Bombs On Gaddafi Hard Points

   Six pilots and crew return home safe and sound from a bombing mission to Libya after being in the cockpit for an incredible 25 hours. Three B-2 Spirit bombers, piloted by two men each, made it back after the 11,418-mile round trip from the Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri – where they are kept […]

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Fly-In Movie Weekend with “The Great Waldo Pepper”

    Free Airport Camping for Fly-In Pilots   Film, food, fun and pilot seminars fill out a weekend of programming co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA), the City of North Adams Airport Commission and Shamrock Aviation.   (North Adams, Massachusetts)In an unusual collaboration, MASS MoCA, the nation’s largest center for […]

The last of the glorious Few

Aces in the pack: Flanked by Spitfires and Hurricanes at Duxford, 17 of the last remaining Battle of Britain pilots line up for the camera   They are the glorious Few, the airmen whose extraordinary bravery saved Britain from Nazi invasion. Seventy years on, the heroes who repelled Hitlerís Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain […]

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Lone Star Flight Museum Welcomes its P-51 Mustang

The Lone Star Flight Museumís newest aircraft arrived on Wednesday, March 9. The museumís North American P-51 Mustang has undergone restoration work over the last year and has emerged as Galveston Gal, a P-51 flown by Galveston native Capt Ray Lancaster. Museum officials will add the legendary fighter to its warbird flight experience program later […]

VIRTUAL TOUR WINS AIR FORCE AWARD, NOW FULLY VIEWABLE ONLINE

DAYTON, Ohio ó The U.S. Air Force recently recognized the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Virtual Tour with its 2010 Best Innovative Program Award in Public Affairs. The award followed feedback and requests from online visitors which prompted staff to move forward with uploading panoramic photos of all galleries, making the museum fully […]
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