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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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Wildcat Delivered to San Diego Museum

Wildcat Delivered to San Diego Museum

One of the stars of the Battle of the Midway now has a home at that USS Midway Museum. A rare Grumman F4F Wildcat arrived at the downtown San Diego museum after several years spent in restoration at the hands of Midway volunteers. U.S. Navy pilots flying the Wildcat were pivotal in the June 1942 battle […]
Delta Names Jet for Seattle

Delta Names Jet for Seattle

  Delta Air Lines continued its aggreessive courtship of Seattle on Thursday, naming a jet for the Emerald City. The Atlanta-based airline dubbed a new Boeing 737-900ER the “Spirit of Seattle” at Boeing Field. Delta noted that merger partner Northwest Airlines started its Seattle service at Boeing Field on Dec. 3, 1933, flying a Waco JTO […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1918 – Birth of Walker Melville “Bud” Mahurin, American World War II and Korean war fighter ace; he becomes the only U.S. Air Force pilot to score in both the European and Pacific Theaters and the Korean War. 1931 – Death of Lowell R. Bayles, American air racer, killed  in the crash of his Gee […]
K.C. Air Show to Return in 2015

K.C. Air Show to Return in 2015

Mark your calendars for Aug. 22 and 23, 2015. That’s when the Kansas City Air Show returns to Wheeler Downtown Airport after a three-year absence. The show will be headlined by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels demonstration team and will include other military and civilian performers and ground displays. The Mid-America Youth Aviation Association will organize […]
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