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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1887 – Birth of Edward Corringham “Mick” Mannock, British World War I fighter ace and one of the highest-scoring British Empire aces of all time; he also is regarded as one of the greatest fighter pilots of World War I. 1912 – Anthony Fokker crashes his Goedecker-built B1912 monoplane at Berlin, just 10 days after demonstrating it to the […]
National Warplane Museum Returning to New York

National Warplane Museum Returning to New York

The National Warplane Museum is coming back home to Geneseo, N.Y. The Geneseo-based 1941 Historical Aircraft Group announced at a Thursday morning news conference that it had reacquired the name of the National Warplane Museum, which will make its headquarters at 3489 Big Tree Lane in Geneseo. “Today is a very special day for us. It […]

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British Airways Jet Catches Fire, Makes Emergency Landing

British Airways Jet Catches Fire, Makes Emergency Landing

A British Airways plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Heathrow Airport Friday as eyewitnesses reported seeing the aircraft “on fire” flying over central London. A man who only gave his first name as Jamie told Sky News: “As you looked up you could just see the flames being chucked out of the […]
Restored F-111 Libyan Raid Veteran to be Unveiled in June

Restored F-111 Libyan Raid Veteran to be Unveiled in June

The Aviation Heritage Park will soon unveil its latest aircraft restoration and hopes to get the go-ahead to bring its next project to Bowling Green, Ky. The most recently completed restoration, a General Dynamics F-111F Aardvark that served in Operation El Dorado Canyon and restorers have nicknamed “Warhorse,” will be unveiled to the public at the […]

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Cactus Air Force to Build Museum

Cactus Air Force to Build Museum

The Cactus Air Force received approval from the Carson City (Nev.) Airport Authority to build a military aircraft and vehicle museum at the Carson City Airport. The CAF’s Wings and Wheels Museum will be a nonprofit, public museum dedicated to celebrating aviation and military history through preserving, restoring, displaying and use of U.S. military aircraft and […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1848 – Otto Lilienthal, a key figure in the history of flying, is born in Germany. He became the first man to fly (glide) with both regularity and control. The Wright brothers regarded his 1899 book as their bible. 1928 – Umberto Nobile commands the Italian airship Italia on an ill-fated flight over the North Pole. The airship crashes on its way back, and explorer Roald Amundsen is killed […]

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Soviet Military Aviation During World War II

Soviet Military Aviation During World War II

For a look at the planes and people that fought for the Soviet Union in World War II, EnglishRussia.com, a Russian blog that covers a variety of subjects, yesterday posted a fascinating photo album. To see it, click here.
Solar Impulse Sets Record on Arizona-Texas Leg

Solar Impulse Sets Record on Arizona-Texas Leg

Solar Impulse, the solar-powered airplane of Swiss pioneers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg, successfully landed in Dallas-Fort Worth early Thursday, completing its longest leg of the 2013 Across America mission and setting an absolute world distance record in solar aviation of 832 nautical miles. The previous distance record was also established in Solar Impulse when […]

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U.S. Air Force Museum Announces New R&D Displays

U.S. Air Force Museum Announces New R&D Displays

The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force’s planned fourth building will now include aircraft from the Research and Development (R&D) Gallery, along with a new Presidential Gallery, an expanded Space Gallery and select global reach planes. The addition of many of the R&D aircraft will allow visitors to see the popular North American XB-70 […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1888 – Birth of Jacques Victor Sabattier de Vignolle, French World War I flying ace. 1918 – First flight of the Handley Page V/1500, a British night-flying heavy bomber. 1957 – A U.S. Air Force Convair B-36J Peacemaker (shown above), ferrying a Mark 17 nuclear bomb from Biggs AFB, Texas to Kirtland AFB, N.M., accidentally drops it through […]
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