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A groundcrew member from U.S. Navy Electronic Attack Squadron VAQ-132 signals to an Boeing EA-18G Growler as it returns from a flight during heavy snows at Naval Air Facility Misawa on Thursday. The VAQ-132 Scorpions are deployed in Misawa in support of the U.S. 7th Fleet. Based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Wash., […]
California School Gets 727 for Program

California School Gets 727 for Program

A FedEx Boeing 727 cargo jet with 47,900 hours under its wings made its final flight Thursday morning, landing at Riverside (Calif.) Municipal Airport under a ceremonial water arch to become a laboratory for students in California Baptist University’s new aviation science program. Professor C. Daniel Prather, chairman of the university’s aviation science program, said […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1893 – Birth of Camille Lagesse, a Canadian WWI fighter ace credited with 20 victories. 1912 – Lt. Commander Charles Samson flies a Short S.38 from the deck of battleship HMS Africa moored in the River Medway, England, becoming the first British naval aviator. 1945 – A U.S. Army Air Corps Northrop P-61B Black Widow, […]
U.S. DC-8 Operations Winding Down

U.S. DC-8 Operations Winding Down

After nearly 54 years of service, DC-8 operations in the U.S. are set to become even rarer with the pending retirement of Air Transport International’s (ATI) remaining DC-8 fleet, according to an Aviation Week report on Tuesday. ATI is withdrawing its last four DC-8s from service early this year and replacing them with 757s. Once […]

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787 Woes Continue, This Time on ANA, JAL

787 Woes Continue, This Time on ANA, JAL

A Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight by Japan’s All Nippon Airways had to be cancelled Wednesday because of a brake problem, an airport spokesman said, the third problem to hit the aircraft in as many days. ANA 698 was cancelled because brake parts from the rear left undercarriage needed to be replaced, said the spokesman at Yamaguchi […]
Aviation Buff’s Cockpit Display Draws Driveway Crowd

Aviation Buff’s Cockpit Display Draws Driveway Crowd

A plane enthusiast restored the cockpit of a Cold War fighter jet and proudly parked it on his driveway. Neil McCarthy, 37, renovated the nose of the battered de Havilland Vampire T.11 jet for display in front of his family home in Seaton Burn, North Tyneside, England. He says his wife Amanda and children Ryan, two, and Nathan, 18 months, […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1881 – William T. Piper, Sr., founder of what became the Piper Aircraft Corp., is born in Knapps Creek, N.Y. 1945 – The Mitsubishi J8M1 rocket-fighter makes its first flight in Hyakurigahara, Japan. 1964 – Air Force Cross posthumously awarded to Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr., the only causality of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. 1982 – […]
Spitfire Collapses on U.K. Runway

Spitfire Collapses on U.K. Runway

Airport officials say an antique Spitfire aircraft owned by engine company Rolls Royce collapsed shortly after landing at East Midlands Airport in central England. The airport said in a statement the World War II-era plane’s undercarriage failed as it touched down Monday afternoon. The pilot was unharmed and the damaged aircraft was towed away. The sleek-looking […]

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Popular Mechanics Flies a B-2 Bomber

Popular Mechanics Flies a B-2 Bomber

I never expected to step inside the cockpit of a B-2 Spirit, the Pentagon’s long-range stealth bomber. So you can imagine the shock of being at 27,000 feet and hearing an U.S. Air Force pilot tell me over the cockpit intercom, “Okay, you have the jet.” I place one suddenly damp left hand on the […]
10th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards Takes Flight

10th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards Takes Flight

Many of aviation’s best-known names will be attending the 10th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards, presented by Bell Helicopter and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, later this month in California. The event, set for Jan. 18 at the Beverly Hilton, will be hosted by John Travolta and will celebrate a decade of recognition during aviation’s second hundred years. The program starts […]
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