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Navy Celebrates 35 Years of Hornet Service

Navy Celebrates 35 Years of Hornet Service

The U.S. Navy marked the Boeing F/A-18 Hornet’s 35th anniversary with the fleet on a Monday at a ceremony at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md. “The F/A-18 and EA-18G program continue to thrive,” said Capt. Frank Morley, Naval Air Systems Command’s (NAVAIR) manager for the Hornet and Growler programs. “And [it] is by far […]
Cathay Pacific Unveils Latest ‘Spirit’

Cathay Pacific Unveils Latest ‘Spirit’

Cathay Pacific Airways unveiled the third edition of the airline’s “Spirit of Hong Kong” livery at a special ceremony held Monday at Hong Kong International Airport. The new livery marks the climax of the recent “The Spirit of Hong Kong” campaign run by the airline. Cathay Pacific Chief Executive John Slosar officiated at the livery […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1896 – Birth of Edward Duncan Crundall, British World War I flying ace, World War II pilot; he also would become a commercial pilot and author. 1909 – First powered airplane flight over Australia is made by British racing driver and pilot Colin Defries with a Wright Model A. 1936 – Death of Juan de […]
Ex-Army Pilot to Get Master Pilot Award

Ex-Army Pilot to Get Master Pilot Award

In 1954, 10-year-old George Galo took his first ride in an airplane. His father had been stationed in the Panama Canal Zone with the U.S. Navy for two years, and on their way back to Norfolk, Va., they flew in a Lockheed Constellation. The pilot took notice of George sitting with his mother and invited […]

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Latest Version of Typhoon Debuts

Latest Version of Typhoon Debuts

The first Tranche 3 production example of the Eurofighter Typhoon performed its debut flight on Dec. 2 from BAE Systems’ Warton assembly site in Lancashire, UK. Flown by BAE test pilot Nat Makepeace, single-seat BS116 is one of 40 Tranche 3 aircraft that will be produced for the UK Royal Air Force, equipped with a series of enhancements […]
Special Ops Unit Gets Gray Eagle UAV

Special Ops Unit Gets Gray Eagle UAV

When E Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR) (Airborne), activated last month, it become just the fifth Gray Eagle company in the U.S. Army, and the first in special operations. Currently, each Special Forces group has an Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) platoon consisting of the AAI RQ-7 Shadow, designed to provide UAS support at […]

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Pearl Harbor Warhawk Returning to U.S.

Pearl Harbor Warhawk Returning to U.S.

An American fighter that’s one of the few remaining still-airworthy planes to survive the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor is being donated to an organization that flies World War II aircraft at living-history events across the United States. Robert Collings, executive director of the Stow, Mass.-based Collings Foundation, said that the purchase of the Curtiss […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1921 – Birth of George Frederick “Buzz” “Screwball” Beurling (shown), Canada’s most successful World War II fighter pilot; he will shoot down 27 Axis aircraft in just 14 days over Malta and will eventually account for more than 30 kills. 1928 – North American Aviation Inc. is founded; it later produces the P-51 Mustang, the B-25 Mitchell […]

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Pilot Finds Third Time Isn’t Charm

Pilot Finds Third Time Isn’t Charm

A pilot attempting to land a Boeing 777 airplane in Birmingham, England, on Thursday was forced to abort because of extremely high winds. The Emirates jet was trying to land at Birmingham Airport from Dubai. The video below shows the pilot’s first missed approach. He also missed the second and then diverted to London Gatwick. For the […]
U.S. Air Force Flying New Northrop Drone

U.S. Air Force Flying New Northrop Drone

The U.S. Air Force is testing a new unmanned spy plane developed by Northrop Grumman that could be ready for military missions by 2015, Aviation Week magazine reported on Friday, citing defense and intelligence officials. Aviation Week said Northrop won the contract to build the drone, the RQ-180, after a competition that included Boeing Co and Lockheed Martin Corp, maker […]
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